BY LEARNING PROJECTS AN ALTERNATIVE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASSROOM THE PROJECT • It encourages student participation. • Use an interdisciplinary approach.

• En courages cooperative work. • Serves different learning styles and rhythms. • Dev elop general work skills FEATURES • • • • • • • • Student-Centered has a beginning, a middle and an end. It has a meaningful content for the student. It is observable in the environment of the s tudent. Poses real-world problems. Manages research firsthand. Sensitive to loca l culture and culturally appropriate. Related to the PEI • It creates a tangible product. • Connect the academic, life and job skills. • Allows expert feedback and evaluation. • Opportunity to metacognition. • Opportu nity for reflection and self evaluation. • State of the art portfolio, diary, bl og ... FEATURES BENEFITS • • • • • • • • • • Prepare for the world production The motivation Connect scho ol with collaborative learning actually improves social communication skills Imp rove problem solving skills allows allows interdisciplinary social contribution enables the self-esteem technological learning Big6: COMPETENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION • Recognize the need for information • Identify and locate appropriate informati on sources • How to get to the information within those sources • Evaluate the q uality of information obtained • Organize information • Use information effectiv ely Big6: skill areas • Defining the task: - - - - - - - - - • Strategies for information: Define the task to identify the information necessary to carry out successfully the task. • Location and Access Find all possible sources of information. Choosing the most appropriate. Locate sources. Finding the necessary information within the source. • Use of Information: •

Summary: Verify the relevance and significance of the source (read, listen, view, compare , etc.) Extract relevant information Organize the information from different sou rces. Present the information (according to the formats required.) Evaluate the process. Evaluate the product. • Evaluation - Big6: application sequence 1. Define what is the problem. 2. Define how to find the information. 3. Sort th ese findings. 4. Select (classified as) that matters and serve. 5. Assemble the information taking into account two variables: the product and to whom it is dir ected. 6. Evaluate the process and the product and reflect on what they learn (m etacognition). GENERAL BUSINESS SKILLS • Intellectual: - Attention, memory, concentration, problem solving, decision making, creativity . - Emotional intelligence, thoroughness, initiative, ethics, adaptability to ch ange. - Teamwork, conflict resolution, negotiation, ability to adpatación. • Organizational: • Personal: • Technology: - Ability to manage resources and information, service attitude, learning. - Abi lity to transform and innovate, to find practical solutions and appropriate and transfer technologies. - Ability to create, lead and support business units. • Interpersonal: • Business: