Challenges that work on the Monitoring and Tutoring Competency:
Monitoring and Tutoring
The teacher defines the method of personal and academic guidance to monitor each of their students.
Student monitoring defines how the personal and academic guidance, management of the group, fostering of human relationships and personal development should take place. These actions allow teachers to fully get to know each student, and make personalised decisions according to each one’s characteristics, needs and interests.
Personalising Learning Challenge
This challenge provides the learning and development of skills to delve into the complex task of accompanying each student in their personal learning process, in a practical and reasoned manner, as well as facilitating the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation they need throughout the long and complex process of developing their competencies
This challenge comprises three skills:
1. PORTFOLIOS OF EVIDENCE FOR AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT
The objective of this skill is to incorporate the use of the portfolio of evidence for assessing each student’s progress depending on their possibilities, measuring the personal progress between the beginning and end of a learning process, during a specific period of time.
2. THE LEARNING CONTRACT AND OTHER ONE-TO-ONE WORK PLANS
This skill aims to enable teachers to implement the use of the learning contract and other personalised work plans as means of determining an achievable challenge for each student, depending on their capabilities and rate of learning, committing the student to their own progress.
3. ADAPTIVE RESOURCES FOR PERSONALISING LEARNING
Through the knowledge covered in this skill, the teacher will be able to choose and design learning resources that facilitate an analysis of the student and adapt the content and activities to their level and rate of learning.