how to use strategy in learning processes?
strateegia is the ideal platform to support a learning journey. in it, the teacher can provide all the content necessary for a discipline – in different formats [videos, texts, animation, etc.], promote debates on the topics covered, synchronously or asynchronously, centralize communications with the class, conduct evaluation activities, as well as monitoring the performance of students during each stage of the learning process.
how to apply strategy to teach classes?
share the link to the divergence kit on the topic of the class in question with the students in your class. begin by asking students to access the indicated references. in a second moment, ask each student to answer the structuring questions of the debate, encouraging everyone to express their opinions on the topic of the class. when you get a good number of answers, suggest that everyone read the answers of their colleagues and comment on them, for example, saying what they learned from each of them that they hadn’t noticed yet – give the students a good time to perform this activity.
finally, to close the dynamics of the classroom debate, ask all students to like the best answers and then show everyone the answers that are most meaningful to the class. from this point, points of convergence can be created, where the understandings built collaboratively will be validated and the learning about the proposed content will be consolidated.
why promote debates with students in strategy?
at the points of divergence everyone has speech space, without parallel conversations. everyone can present their arguments at their own pace. strateegia encourages students to work together, collaborating, with creative freedom and strategic focus, to learn by raising differences, and then reaching convergences. in addition, as responses and propositions are recorded in writing on the platform, all participants can access the memory of the debates and review their content.
who will have access to the strategy classes?
All content in strategy is initially private, accessible only to the students you invite to participate in the learning journey. if you want to expand on a specific discussion, just generate a public journey.
how to create journeys to teach your classes?
in strateegia you can create a learning journey for each of your classes, learn how by clicking here.
after structuring the entire subject of the discipline in divergence kits, and placing them on the journey map, you can invite students to access the platform where the content will be available, in various formats [video, text, animation, etc].
each point of divergence within the discipline’s journey serves as a starting point for a structured and collaborative debate where knowledge is constructed collectively, and in an iterative way.