Acogida de ESO y Bachillerato Diurno 2019-20

Acogida de ESO y Bachillerato Diurno 2019-20

ACOGIDA DE ESO Y BACH. DIURNO, día 13 viernes a las 10.00

Los alumnos acudirán al Salón de Actos en el siguiente horario. Se empezará con 4º de ESO por motivos organizativos:

  • 10:00-10:30: 4º ESO
  • 10:30-11:00: 2º Bachillerato
  • 11:00-11:30: . 1º Bachillerato
  • 11:30-12.00: 3º de ESO
  • 12:00-12:30: 2º de ESO
  • 12:30-13:00: 1º de ESO

Los alumnos de 1º de ESO serán convocados a las 11.45, en el patio de la biblioteca, donde serán repartidos en pequeños grupos y acompañados por alumnos de 4º a las distintas dependencias del centro y, finalmente, a las 12.30, al Salón de Actos.

Inicio de Curso del Bachillerato Nocturno y del Bachillerato a Distancia el 19 de septiembre

Inicio de Curso del Bachillerato Nocturno y del Bachillerato a Distancia el 19 de septiembre

Matrícula Bachillerato Nocturno y Bachillerato a Distancia a partir del 10 de septiembre

Reunión informativa el 19 de septiembre en el Salón de Actos de nuestro instituto

19.00 Bachillerato a Distancia, 1º y 2º

19.30 Bachillerato Nocturno Bloque I

20.00 Bachillerato Nocturno Bloque II

20.30 Bachillerato Nocturno Bloque III

Buen Comienzo de Curso para tod@s!!!!!

Cambio de fecha para los Premios Extraordinarios de la ESO. Ahora 10 septiembre 2019

Cambio de fecha para los Premios Extraordinarios de la ESO. Ahora 10 septiembre 2019 › Recursos Educativos › Premios y Concursos › Premios extraordinarios al rendimiento académico en diversas modalidadesImágenesImprimirRetwittearCompartir
Premios extraordinarios E.S.O.Actualizado el:4/09/2019La Consejería de Educación, Cultura y Deportes, convoca los Premios Extraordinarios de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria en la comunidad autónoma de Castilla-La Mancha con el fin de reconocer oficialmente los méritos basados en el esfuerzo y el trabajo del alumnado que ha cursado estas enseñanzas con una trayectoria académica cualificada.AVISO IMPORTANTE:Por razones organizativas,  se ha procedido al cambio de la fecha para la realización de la prueba de los Premios Extraordinarios de ESO, que finalmente  se celebrarán el MARTES 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019

Concedido un Proyecto ERASMUS+ a nuestro instituto junta a los institutos de Inglaterra, Finlandia y Noruega con los que hemos hecho intercambios previamente

Concedido un Proyecto ERASMUS+ a nuestro instituto junta a los institutos de Inglaterra, Finlandia y Noruega con los que hemos hecho intercambios previamente

Concedido nuestro proyecto ERASMUS+ con los institutos de nuestros intercambios de Inglaterra, Finlandia y Noruega, Se abordará el problema de la difusión e impacto de la información errónea en la red y como temas transversales, la desigualdad de género y la inclusión social.

ERASMUS KA229 2019-2021

Global awareness starts in my school

Disinformation spread out by social networks is a growing issue in Europe. The main motivation in this project is to tackle the spread and impact of online misinformation from schools. Furthermore, we aim to foster in our European students, critical thinking and positive use of ICTs. But we also plan to deal with gender inequality as a part of our main horizontal priority: social inclusion. Particular attention will be given to address gender differences in relation to the access and use of digital technologies and the gender inequalities derived from the misinformation online.

Four Secondary Schoolsfrom Norway, England, Finland and Spain are taking part in this project, working with pupils in between 15 and 18 years old. Sharing from the west-southern to northeastern borders of Europe the same concern, the danger of the disinformation online, based on the vulnerability of the students who spend a lot of time exposed to a great deal of unfiltered data from diverse sources, which many times intend to deceive the receiver and in several occasions could be very harmful.

Framed in a more ambitious horizontal priority, social inclusion, this project also intends to improve students’ critical thinking and to solve problems through intercultural collaboration, to promote values like gender equality. This horizontal objective is related to the construction of learning environments that promote collaboration, debate, scientific analysis and sustainability, and aims to promote global awareness and critical thinking focused on the digital environments of an interconnected European society.

This involves the responsible use of technology. We will use digital devices to promote innovative practices and methods for educational purposes, i.e. identification of misinformation online, fake news involving health issues; gender differences and digital skills related to the use of technologies.

In this project we are going to work a series of activities classified into five groups: 1) misinformation online, including fake news, 2) gender equality, 3) Data protection and security in the network, 4) social inclusion and 5) responsible and innovative use of technology to tackle the school failure by fighting against some of the reasons of this issue, such as technology addictions, misinformation and security online, gender factors, appropriate guidance, social inclusion and lack of motivation. The outcomes of these activities will be presented in four short transnational meetings with students from every country. We will compare and debate these results. Also, two training activities among teachers will be held to encourage innovative teaching.

To do so, we will promote interdisciplinary a collaborative approach in different areas and among the different actors of the school community. Working in this way we would support students to acquire and enhance basic skills and key competencies. Furthermore, in order to strengthen the profiles of our teaching professions, we have designed activities focused on supporting educators in developing innovative teaching or pedagogical and assessment methods.

The concrete results in the development of the project will be the creation of a repository of activities and resources, using ETwinning and social networks. This way we will share and spread the artefacts created in our project (videos, reports, infographics, shared stories, etc.)

We will use etwinning to build on collaborative activities. For instance, we will create, using this platform, a collaborative story about the truths and fakes on the net, where the students will work in international teams and compose short collaborative stories related to the topic of disinformation online.

The impact of the participation of the four schools in the project will be reflected through a sequence of actions once the project is ended up; both, in each school and then in the shared meetings. We will integrate the activities as regular tasks in the development of our students. In addition, we will measure if there is a progressive change of paradigm in the school regarding the responsible use of technology concerning misinformation online, innovative approach, and social inclusion. This might be done by means of questionnaires addressed to pupils, teachers and families. This way we could assess the impact of the project in the long term, correct and enhance the tasks and activities designed to reach the targets proposed.

All these actions will leave a footprint of the project on schools. That is, to consolidate interpersonal skills in order to develop social competencies in the context of interconnected global citizenship and to develop educational processes in the schools directed toward the construction and consolidation of European shared values. More specifically: social inclusion, security in social networks and misinformation online.