Talk: Strategies for the effective design of hybrid learning contexts
One of the most interesting challenges of the teaching practice is to create a satisfactory learning process in which students can effectively achieve the objectives, even when their teacher is miles away. Although the creation of this type of educational experience is not exclusive to distance learning, it plays a decisive role within such context of instruction. How do you go about designing a learning experience like this in the midst of distance and hybrid learning? The answer probably lies in the careful dosage and construction of thinking skills and cognitive tasks through the use of user-friendly technology tools with a clear purpose which, in turn, allow effective communication between teachers and students. In this session, strategies based on research and neuroscience will be presented to design, implement and monitor an appropriate teaching process for students in hybrid learning contexts.