20 jun. 2012


The learning progress is evaluated through individual activities while important and real  learning happens in groups. There is a common tendency for teachers to think that individual activities show what a person can do and it is not completly true. We are preparing people to live in groups but we do not take into consideration what they can do when they collaborate with each other. Surprisingly, the growth of all cultures along history is based in a collaborative development.
We as teachers should also work together as a group. If we share our knowledge with our co-workers, teaching and learning processes will be richer and of higher quality. 
Yes, we can but as a group

In the following Video: Change the word "TRAVEL" to the word "WORK"