National Examinations for Teachers Update Service Brochure for the sustaining Civics and ethics in basic education

. The competency-based approach (BM06) National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 CONTENTS Content: No. Page Introduction ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... 3 Recipients ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 Characteristics of Tests Structure of the National Review ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Bibliography ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... . 6 Disciplinary Skills Basic Bibliography Bibliography Teaching Basic Skills 5 Type of questions contained in the review ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... 1. Direct Questioning 2. Ranking or ordering 3. Complement sentences 4. List of columns 5. Choice of elements 10 Section 2. Recommendations for the study ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Section 3. To take the test .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Paragraph 4. Test Results ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . ... ... ... ... .. Paragraph 5. Applicable regulations ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 15 15 18 19 National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 PRESENTATION Teacher, teacher: L the Secretariat of Public Education (SEP), to meet the priorities of the Educati on Raised in the Basic Education Sector Programme 2007-2012, available in the 20092010 school year, different curricula that address various topics and respond to specific needs and in-service teachers who serve as teachers face group, manage rs and technical and educational consultant. These curricula were developed in o rder to strengthen parenting practices and abilities of teachers and thereby imp

rove the learning of children and youth of the country. In this context, the Nat ional Examination for Teachers Update Service (ENAMS): assessing the learning ac quired by the teachers and the development of the various programs of study, con tained in the National Catalogue of Continuing Education and Professional Overru n encourages the Secretariat of Basic Education through the Department of Contin uing Education of Teachers in Service. We are confident that this evaluation exe rcise and the results it obtains, will allow you to make informed decisions to c ontinue their continuous training and professional development. National Examinations for Teachers Update Service, an opportunity to reflect on what they learned and what remains to be learned. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 3 RECIPIENTS The ENAMS are designed for teachers and in-service basic education (preschool, p rimary and secondary) working against the group, managerial activities or techni cal adviser for learning, and who volunteer to participate in this exercise. Characteristics of the tests: • Respond to the educational provision of training and evaluate learning acquire d during its development. • Are standardized tests because they have fixed rules of design, development, implementation and qualification. • They are multiple c hoice with four possible answers of which only one is correct and have a maximum of 80 questions. • You qualify under criterion, which involves comparing the re sult obtained by the sustainer with the established proficiency levels. • The ti me set for responding is more than three hours. • Your coverage is national and is performed in the same time and date each school. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 4 STRUCTURE OF NATIONAL REVIEW The test is made up of three areas and six sub-areas as described below: Area Subarea Competency-based approach Concerning basic education comprehensive reform of basic education Disciplinary powers Theoretical and conceptual foundations of teaching competence skills approach to civics and ethics in educational planning civics and ethics Teaching skills Evaluation in the context of competency-based approach in civics and ethics National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 5 REFERENCES

Regarding the basic education Basic Bibliography Delors, J. (1997). The four pillars of education. The Treasure Within.€UNESCO Av ailable at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/anexos/4Los_ 4_Pilares_de_la_Educacion.pdf SEP. (2007). Education Sector Program 2007-2009. A vailable at: http://www.sep.gob.mx/wb/sep1/programa_sectorial SEP. (2004). Basic Education. Early Childhood Program 2004. Pp.21-24, 4749 Available at: http://ww w.reformapreescolar.sep.gob.mx/ACTUALIZACION/PROGRAMA/Programa2 004PDF.PDF SEP. (2006). Curriculum 2006. Basic education. Secondary. Available at: http://www.re formasecundaria.sep.gob.mx/doc/programas/2006/planestudios2006.pdf SEP. (2009). Curriculum 2009. Basic education. Primary. Available at: http://basica.sep.gob.m x/reformaintegral/sitio/pdf/generalizacion_p_estudios.pdf SEP. (2009). Curriculu m 2009. Basic education. Primary. First grade. Pp.7-19 Available at: http://basi ca.sep.gob.mx/reformaintegral/sitio/pdf/Programasprimergrado.pdf SEP. (2009). Cu rriculum 2009. Basic education. Primary. Sixth grade. Pp.718 Available at: http: //basica.sep.gob.mx/reformaintegral/sitio/pdf/Programassextogrado.pdf SEP. (2009 ). Concerning the notion of competition in the plan and programs of study 2009. Available at: http://basica.sep.gob.mx/reformaintegral/sitio/pdf/Referentes_noci on_competencias.pdf National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 6 SEP. (2009). Basic course of training for teachers in service. The approach by c ompetencies in basic education 2009. Available at: http://formacioncontinua.sep. gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/curso_basicoR.pdf UNESCO. (2005). What kind of knowle dge societies? UNESCO World Report. Towards Knowledge Societies. Pp 17-20 Availa ble at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/anexos/1Hacia_la s_sociedades_del_conocimeinto_UNESCO.pdf UNESCO. (2005). From information societ y to knowledge societies. UNESCO World Report. Towards Knowledge Societies. Pp 2 9-30 Available at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/anexo s/2Hacia_las_sociedades_del_conocimeinto_UNESCO.pdf UNESCO. (2005). Towards educ ation for all throughout life? UNESCO World Report. Towards Knowledge Societies. Pp 75-84 Available at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/ anexos/3Hacia_las_sociedades_del_conocimeinto_UNESCO.pdf Tobon, S. (2006). Basic aspects of competency-based training. Working paper. Pp 1-8 Available at: http: //formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/anexos/5Sergio_Tobon.pdf Furt her reading. OECD. (2006) The definition and selection of key competencies, exec utive summary. The definition and selection of key competencies, executive summa ry. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Available in: http://f ormacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursobasico09/anexos/9Definicion_de_Competenci as_Clave.pdf Coll, Caesar, "Responsibility for school education: more than a fas hion much less than a remedy. " In Educational Innovation Classroom Magazine, Vo l. 161, Pp.34-39 Available at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/cursoba sico09/anexos/5Sergio_Tobon.pdf Garagorri, Xavier. "Competency-based curriculum: an approach to state of affairs." In Educational Innovation Classroom Magazine, Vol. 161, pp 47-55 Available at: http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx/sites/curs obasico09/anexos/7Xavier_Garagorri.pdf National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 7 REFERENCES Disciplinary Skills Basic Bibliography SEP. (2004). Basic Education. Early Childhood Program 2004. (Check area of forma tion of personal and social development and artistic expression and appreciation ) SEP. (2009). SEP. Basic Education. Primary study programs, First Grade. Course in civics and ethics. SEP. (2009). Basic Education. Primary Study Programs, Six th Grade. Course in civics and ethics. SEP. (2008). Comprehensive Program for Ci

vic and Ethics. Primary SEP. (2006). Programme for Civic and Ethics, Secondary E ducation. Buxarrais, M. (1999). The attitudes of the teacher. Moral education in primary and secondary. A Spanish experience. SEP - Library for Updating the Mas ter Martínez, M. (2000). The moral contract teachers. About the faculty. SEP - L ibrary for Updating the Master. (Review aspects of planning and evaluation) Perr enaud, P. (2004). Ten new skills to teach. SEP Grao, Library to update the maste r. (Review Chapter 1) Reform of Secondary Education. Curricular foundation. Civi cs and Ethics. SEP 2006. Reform of Secondary Education.€First teacher workshop o n the 2006 curriculum. Civics and Ethics. SEP 2006 Anthology and Guide to Labour . SEP. (2009). Civics and Ethics course in basic education II. The competency-ba sed approach. Continuing Education Programs 2009-2010. Further reading SEP. (2009). Curriculum 2009. Basic education. Primary. pp. 40-49. SEP. (2006). Curriculum 2006. Basic education. Secondary. pp. 1-28. Conde, S. (2004). Educati ng for democracy. Citizenship education based on the development of civic skills and ethics. IFE. Booklet to support democratic governance No. 2. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 8 Salazar, P. (2008). Democracy and culture of legality. IFE. Notebooks disseminat ion of democratic culture. No 25. pp. 29-34. Schmelkes, S. (2004). The formation of values in Basic Education. SEP. Library Update for the Maestro. pp. 13-36, 4 9-72, 123-157. Bibliography Teaching Basic Skills SEP. (2004). Basic Education. Early Childhood Program 2004. (Check area of forma tion of personal and social development and artistic expression and appreciation ) SEP. (2009). SEP. Basic Education. Primary study programs, First Grade. Course in civics and ethics. SEP. (2009). Basic Education. Primary Study Programs, Six th Grade. Course in civics and ethics. SEP. (2008). Comprehensive Program for Ci vic and Ethics. Primary SEP. (2006). Programme for Civic and Ethics, Secondary E ducation. Perrenaud, P. (2004). Ten new skills to teach. SEP Grao, Library to up date the master. (Review Chapter 1) Reform of Secondary Education. Curricular fo undation. Civics and Ethics. SEP 2006 Reform of Secondary Education. First teach er workshop on the 2006 curriculum. Civics and Ethics. SEP 2006 Anthology and Gu ide to Labour. Casanova, Mary Antonia 1998. Educational Assessment. Basic School . SEP. Library to update the teacher pp. 67-101. SEP. (2009). Civics and Ethics course in basic education II. The competency-based approach. Continuing Educatio n Programs 2009-2010. Further reading SEP. (2009). Curriculum 2009. Basic education. Primary. pp. 40-49 SEP. (2006). C urriculum 2006. Basic education. Secondary. pp. 1-28. Schmelkes, S. (2004). The formation of values in Basic Education. SEP. Library Update for the Maestro. pp. 13-36, 49-72, 123-157. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 9 TYPE OF QUESTIONS THAT CONTAINS THE REVIEW The examination questions are formulated with different levels of complexity. Ea ch question can be presented in different formats but they all include instructi on and information needed to solve, besides the response options, which are iden tified with subsections A), B), C) and D), where only one is correct. To publici ze the sustainer the type of questions that will contain the review, here are so me examples, which are of different issues and do not necessarily correspond to

the review that you submit: Examples 1. Direct Questioning It's an interrogative statement, a direct statement on a specific content or a p hrase that needs to be completed in its final part. Example: A teacher works wit h students reading the contents of the clock hands and use the calendar. Accordi ng to the Plan and Programme of Primary Education Studies 1993, "to which axis b elongs this content? A) Measurement B) Prediction and random C) Information Proc essing D) The numbers: their relationships and operations right choice: In order to answer correctly this reagent requires the sustainer know the plan and curri culum is organized by priority and you know what are the contents covered in eac h. Know the contents that correspond to each axis allows the teacher to structur e the learning process, linking concepts that involve different knowledge and sk ills that promote better mathematical training. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 10 2. Ranking or ordering It is a list of items to be ordered according to a criterion. Example: From the technical and pedagogical advice select the sequence of activities that helps bu ild a strategy to promote quality improvement in schools, in terms of their effe ctiveness. 1. Promote curricular adjustments that respond to all students, in te rms of its diversity 2.€Promote a positive feedback for teachers to students in March. Encourage the linking of curriculum with the material conditions of life of students in April. Promote the management monitoring student learning through out the school year in May. Incorporate monitoring results to decision-making pr ocess) 1, 2, 3 B) 1, 4, 5 C) 2, 3, 4 D) 4, 5, 1 correct option: D To answer corr ectly, the sustainer must recognize the elements that relate to the effectivenes s of education, in this case relate to the achievement of educational goals (4 a nd 5) and cover (1). It is also necessary to identify the correct order to build an appropriate strategy that would promote quality education, for example, to m ake curricular adjustments necessary to first detect the progress in achieving t he objectives by monitoring learning and then make adjustments. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 January 1 3. Complement sentences Are set out in that omitted one or more words in different parts of the text. Ex ample: The evaluation _____________ allowing the objectives to background and ne eds of the student. A) continuous B) Summative C) Initial D) final correct optio n: C To properly answer the sustainer of this reagent must be able to distinguis h the purposes and scopes of different types of evaluation. The initial assessme nt provides the teacher and essential practical information you need to make a g roup to function effectively, its importance lies in recognizing the background knowledge that students have so you can tailor teaching to their learning condit ions. 4. Column Value There are two lists of elements to be linked together according to certain crite ria to be specified in the instructions of the reagent. Example: Select the opti on that contains the correct relationship between the international meetings on the environment with the agreements reached there. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 12

International Meeting 1. Forum UNESCO, Paris Agreements a) formally adopts the concept of environmental education and establishes the In ternational Programme. b) Focus catastrophe, which first establishes the possibl e environmental consequences associated with population growth. c) promote polic ies to establish the incorporation of environmental issues in national developme nt plans. d) Will the international strategy for education and environmental tra ining for the years 1990-1999. 2. International Congress on Education and Training. Moscow 3. Report of the Club of Rome A) 1a, 2b, 3c B) 1a, 2c, 3b C) 1c, 2b, 3a D) 1c, 2d, 3b correct option: D in the Paris Forum promotes the integration of environmental concerns into development plans , at the International Congress in Moscow's international strategy is pro posed for environmental education and training, in the report of the Club of Rom e warning about the environmental consequences, and the Stockholm Conference ado pted the concept of environmental education. 5. Choice of elements In this format presents a question, statement or affirmation, followed by severa l elements that respond to or characterized, but not all elements are part of th e correct answer, so that the sustainer must select only those that match the cr iteria established. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 13 Example: Of the following, what favors the development of the ability of measure ment? 1. Cut and assemble a development plan of a solid figure 2. Performing a s um of fractions 3. Trace the heights of a triangle 4. Calculate how many times a shoelace around the edge of a table 5. Develop a home scale and weigh her vario us objects A) 1, 4 B) 2, 5 C) 3, 1 D) 4, 5 right choice: D To properly answer th is reagent, the teacher must recognize that an activity that promotes measuremen t is one in which the student is able to establish relationships between magnitu des to calculate lengths, areas, volumes, masses, etc., comparing a measurement unit used as either conventional or arbitrary, to a whole. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 14 Section 2. Recommendations for the study to access the different literature sour ces proposed in this Guide, you can: Attend Teacher Centers closest to your ho me to see the readings recommended in this guide (in the league http:// formacio ncontinua.sep.gob.mx / index.php? option = Fri com_wrapper & w = wrapper & Itemi d = 82 can see the different directions). Check the different materials in the Continuing Education website (http://formacioncontinua.sep.gob.mx). Paragraph 3 . Registration for the exam Teachers must register at the locations, times, sche dules and mechanisms established in the call state. The record in national tests is voluntary and will be performed with extendable from January 11 to February 19, 2010. Teachers have the right to request a review by each function or aspect in performing their duties. It is the responsibility of the teacher who request ed review to verify that the data printed on your receipt are correct. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010

15 Important: For the issuance of the Certificate of sustaining results of review, accept as valid the information provided during the registration process, theref ore, not carry the impression of "new" records of results because of correction of personal information . Enrollment Requirements • government-issued photo ID • Last pay stub is also nec essary to provide the following information: • Unique Key Population Registratio n (CURP) • Key Federal Taxpayers Registry (RFC) • Key Workplace ( CCT) • Site of application chosen • personal email account, should have a Once registered, you will receive your proof of application for examination, which we ask you to kee p in a safe place as this document is necessary to present the assessment and th en find your score online the day before, tests are applied simultaneously acros s the country to which it is necessary that the applicant is presented with proo f of application for review and official photo identification in headquarters se lected application during the registration process. Important: Teacher, teacher: Under no circumstances shall authorize the submission of the national exam in a different application site that referred to in your proof of registration. Nati onal Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 16 The national survey, "Civic and Ethical Education in basic education. The compet ency-based approach "will be held on Sunday June 13th between the hours of 10:00 hrs. local. Aspects to be taken into account 1. We suggest visiting the headqua rters where he will present before the test, to provide for any misfortune that might affect your arrival. We recommend 30 minutes prior to the start time of th e examination. 2. If you have any disability or other condition it considers tha t during the implementation of the review would require some kind of conditionin g of space or special consideration, please report it to take, as far as possibl e, the necessary precautions in host application. 3. No. Bring pencil. 2 or 2 1 / 2, white rubber and sharpener, are essential for the test. 4. Porte a clock, n ote that you can not use the alarm during the test. 5. Be sure to bring the equi pment strictly necessary for the resolution of the test. Remember you are not al lowed to use materials and equipment. 6. Try to rest the day before the exam. 7. Eat healthy foods, and sufficient light. 8. It restricts the use of cellular, c omputer, PDA, pager and palm. 9. Wear comfortable clothes. Although some recomme ndations may seem elementary, it is considered appropriate that to improve perfo rmance and accelerate their participation. Note that specific information on the review is contained in the corresponding call. During the implementation of res olution Before the exam, the applicator will give detailed instructions for fill ing of documents, as well as to answer specific examination. Make sure that you fully understand each and every one of the instructions and, if necessary, ask t he applicator anyone who is not clear. National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 17 The session is led by the applicator and he will be responsible for compliance w ith the procedure established for that purpose. It is essential that as a sustai ner address the information and collaborate to achieve a proper environment insi de and outside the application space, allowing optimal development and evaluatio n in terms of equity. Important: You must pay special attention when finished answering the examinatio n to verify that data is correct and complete.€Submit separate answer sheet and booklet of questions to apply and receive your proof of submission of examinatio n to see the result after review.

Paragraph 4. Test Results How to qualify The qualification examination is conduc ted in three major stages, which are described below: a) Optical scanning. At th e conclusion of the implementation of the examination, answer sheets will focus on a national headquarters to be processed through an optical reader. b) Verific ation of the template. In reading the file runs the program to verify Itema no k ey errors. c) Rating. The test is scored based on criteria previously establishe d and under strict security measures to ensure transparency and confidentiality of results. d) Results. Partial scores are obtained by area evaluated in decimal score for each sustainer and assigned performance levels for this school year a re: Expected, Sufficient and Insufficient National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 18 The sustaining the level of performance is inadequate, does not establish nation al examinations of the cycle 2009-2010. How will know the results The results of national examinations will be available from August 16, 2010, online through th e website of the General Directorate of Continuing Education of Teachers in Serv ice http://formacioncontinua . sep.gob.mx, or calling the number 01800-288-6688 TELSEP, Monday through Friday from 10:00 to 18:00 hrs. -Time Mexico City. Paragr aph 5 Norms Applicable National Examinations for Teachers Update Service are reg ulated by the Ministry of Education through the Department of Continuing Educati on of Teachers in Service. The national call for examinations is the official do cument by which the SEP invites teachers of basic education services to particip ate in the evaluation process. The presentation involves examination by the appl icant, knowledge and full acceptance of the rules of this announcement and of th e General Guidelines for the Organization, Implementation and Evaluation of Nati onal Examinations available on the website http://formacioncontinua. sep.gob.mx /. The cases not covered by the national call and on the guidelines will be reso lved by the Department of Continuing Education of Teachers in Service. Regulator y provisions should know: Recipients are entitled to the same consideration to s upport three times, whether consecutive or not. (Number 1.4 of the General Guide lines for the Organization, Implementation and Evaluation of National Examinatio ns (LGOAyEEN)) National Examinations Update Service Teachers in 2009-2010 19 If you join the national review and not presented to the evaluation process, wil l be losing one of its three opportunities for accreditation, (Number LGOAyEEN 1 .5) is the responsibility of the teacher who requested review to verify that the data on your receipt are correct. For the issuance of the Certificate of sustai ning results of the review, accept as valid the information provided during thei r registration process. (Numeral 4.6.2 and 4.6.3 LGOAyEEN) The sustaining who co mmit serious misconduct will be punished with the cancellation of the respective assessment and will lose one of their opportunities for accreditation. (Number 10/01 LGOAyEEN) Those teachers who are involved in any act that violates the pri nciples of equality and transparency of process, shall be punished with the canc ellation of the respective assessment and will lose one of their opportunities f or accreditation. (Number 10/03 LGOAyEEN) Teachers who choose not to participate in the implementation of the national examination for personal or group cancele d its possible assessment throughout the school. (Number LGOAyEEN 4.10) Those wh o commit or assist in any act of fraud inherent in the evaluation process, cause low in any of its stages. (Number 10/05 LGOAyEEN) Finally, we put their hands on this guide, hoping it will be an important suppor t for the evaluation of the National Examination for Teachers Update Service 200

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