VESS I, VESS II & Coaching VESS I Instituto Piaget Los Mochis
28feb(feb 28)8:00 am04mar(mar 4)5:00 pmVESS I, VESS II & Coaching VESS I Instituto Piaget Los Mochis
The VESS I training is the start of the educational transformation process to build a VESS Culture of Thinking. Participants will be part of an intensive workshop focused on questioning
The VESS I training is the start of the educational transformation process to build a VESS Culture of Thinking. Participants will be part of an intensive workshop focused on questioning paradigms, exploring and understanding thinking as a pedagogical strategy, as well as learning strategies that promote the development of thinking for meaningful learning. Furthermore, it will examine the neuroscience foundations on which the basic principles that support a VESS Culture of Thinking are built on.
The VESS II training is a workshop to encourage understanding the transcendence of the educational transformation, recognizing that cultural change is an essential element in that process of change. Attendees explore the different thinking tools and understand their strategic use to achieve the objectives related to 21st-century essential habits, attitudes, and skills. Additionally, as teachers, they reflect on the impact of their actions over the learning process and their role as builders of context, encouraging in their learners meaningful learning and the development of thinking.
Edu1st’s objective, through the onsite coaching, is to perform formative assessments and follow-up to the VESS Culture of Thinking implementation process in the educational institutions. In addition to supporting leaders and teachers, the mentor-coach seeks evidence of the implementation progress according to each stage, and suggests strategies to set the pace for the process of change. This is a space for learning and reflection, an opportunity for individual and institutional growth.
In this stage, the Edu1st team focuses its observations on initiation of the changes to models and the building of a Culture of Thinking.
February 28 (Monday) 8:00 am - March 4 (Friday) 5:00 pm