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the reAct methodological design. More info on http://reactproject.eu
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METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHGUIDELINES
The methodological design for the reAct project 
 
Deliverable 2
Dissemination level: publicGrant contract nº 511709-LLP-1-2010-1-ES-KA3-KA3MPMay 2011
In partnership with
This project has been
funded with support from the European Commission.This publication [communication] reflects the views
only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information
contained therein.
 
 
reAct
 
Project
 –
 
Methodological Approach Guidelines
 
2
 
reAct
 –
 
reactivatin
g teachers and learners
 
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH GUIDELINES
 
Valencia
-
SPAIN
 
This manual was edited
 
the 31th of May
 
2011
.
 
Attribution
-
NonCommercial
-
ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY
-
NC
-
SA 3.0)
 
If you have any question regarding this book or the Project from
which it originated:
 
Tel. 0034
-
961323470 ext.18
-
 
Fax 0034
-
961324269
ferrando_amp@gva.es
 
Project : reAct
 –
 
reactivating teachers and learners
 
Lifelong Learning Programme 2007
-
2013 Project Number 511709
-
LLP
-
1
-
2010
-
1ES
-
KA3
-
KA3MP
Project web site
:
www.reactproject.eu
 
Project Coordination: Amparo Ferrando
(ES)
 
with the supp
ort of Celia Ruíz
(ES)
.
 
Participants: Kiriakos Dimitrious(GR), Elmo de Angelis
(IT)
, Elvira
Reitshammer 
(AT)
, Till
Mayrhofer 
(AT)
,
 
P
i
eter de Vries
(NL)
, Thieme Hennis
(NL)
, Anabela Luis
(PT)
.
 
Oficial address: SERVEF
-
 
Avda. Navarro Reverter 2
 –
 
46004 Valencia
(Spain)
 
Contact address: CSF
-
CRNFP
-
 
C/Ferrol s/n Polígono Industrial Fuente del Jarro
 –
 
46988 Paterna
(Spain)
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
 
This publication
[communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible
for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
 
 
 
3
 
Table of contents
 
1
Introduction
..................................................................................................................................
6
1.1
WP
2
 
Objectives
................................................................................................................
6
1.2
Organization of this document
..........................................................................................
7
2
Pedagogical Framework
..............................................................................................................
8
2.1
General Learning Theories
...............................................................................................
8
2.1.1
The Social Nature of Learning
..............................................................................
9
2.1.2
Learning, Understanding, and Control
................................................................
10
2.1.3
Connectivism, the Role of Technology
................................................................
10
2.1.4
Networked Lea
rning and Learning in Communities
.............................................
11
3
Collaboration
..............................................................................................................................
13
3.1
Elements
of Collaborative Learning
...............................................................................
13
3.1.1
The Teacher's Role in Collaborative Learning
....................................................
14
3.1.2
The Role of Technology in Collaborative Learning
.............................................
14
3.2
Learning and Motivation
.................................................................................................
14
3.3
Creativity in Education
....................................................................................................
15
3.3.1
Promoting Creativity in the Classroom
...............................................................
16
3.3.2
Play and Creativity
..............................................................................................
17
3.4
Characteristics of Effective Learning Environments
.......................................................
17
3.5
What Does this Mean in Practical Terms
........................................................................
18
3.5.1
reAct Teachers to Adopt a Learner Centered Ap
proach
.....................................
19
3.5.2
Fostering Motivation
...........................................................................................
19
3.5.3
Group Oriented
Activities
....................................................................................
19
3.5.4
Using Technology
...............................................................................................
19
3.5.5
Professional Developmen
t of Teachers
..............................................................
20
4
Experiences from other Projects
................................................................................................
21
4.1
UrWay.nl Ex
periences
....................................................................................................
21
4.1.1
Target Group
.......................................................................................................
22
4.1.2
Coaches and Organization
.................................................................................
22
4.2
The Hole
-
in
-
the
-
wall Project
...........................................................................................
23
4.2.1
The potential of self 
-
organized learning
..............................................................
23
4.2.2
Limits of Self 
-
organizing Learning
......................................................................
24
4.3
The Knowmads Initiative
................................................................................................
24
4.3.1
Organization and Program
..................................................................................
24
4.3.2
Methodologies
....................................................................................................
25
4.3.3
Pedagogical Principles
.......................................................................................
25
4.3.4
Peer 
-
Assessment & Reflection
...........................................................................
26
4.3.5
Client
-
Assessment
..............................................................................................
26
4.3.6
Autonomy
............................................................................................................
26
4.3.7
International
........................................................................................................
26
4.3.8
Co
-
create/Collaborate
.........................................................................................
26
4.4
Findings from Workpackage
1
........................................................................................
27
4.5
What Does this Mean in Practical Terms
........................................................................
29
4.5.1
Trust as a Basic Value
........................................................................................
29
4.5.2
Blending Communication Channels
....................................................................
29
4.5.3
Flexibility in Pedagogical and Organizational Design
.........................................
29
5
Implementations in Local Contexts
............................................................................................
30

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