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Escuela Nueva transforms the conventional school
What does Escuela Nueva promote?
Child centered, participatory, cooperative, self paced learning
Relevant curriculum, based on child's daily life
Closer, stronger relationship between the school and the community
Interaction between teachers, parents and children
Parents involved in the learning process
Emphasis on the formation of democratic and participatory values
Student Government elections
Student Government Committees
Emphasis on the formation of citizenship
Happy, healthy, confident students
Effective, practical Effective, practical in-service teacher training strategies
Training methodologies similar to those teachers will apply with children
New role for the teacher as facilitator
interactive New generation of interactive self paced, self directed learning guides
Learning guides that promote individual work;
Collaborative, group work fomenting interaction;
Work in pairs, promoting dialogue;
Different learning paces or rhythms;
Learning Corners that bring alive the activities of the learning guides
Learning Corners that strengthen cultural identity
Classroom libraries that promote research and exploration skills
Tools like community maps that link the school to the local community and circumstances of the children
Suggestion and Commitment boxes that invite students to give feedback, have an opinion and actively participate
Commitment Box for family, school and social commitments of students
Attendance records controlled directly by students empowering them and giving them responsibility
Escuela Nueva generates a new culture of peace and citizenship; allows children to learn to learn and participate, empowering them and their communities.
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