4.5.1. General principles

  • The methodology will be fundamentally active, motivating and participatory. It will start from the interests of the students and will favour individual and cooperative work and peer learning.
  • It will allow the integration of learning, relating it to different types of content and using them effectively in different situations and contexts.
  • It will be oriented to the development of key competencies, through educational situations that allow, encourage and develop connections with social and cultural practices. • It will foster the development of relevant activities and tasks, making use of different resources and Teaching Materials.
  • It will have an eminently constructivist and inductive perspective so that participants are the main catalysts of the personal change that is sought.

The sequence of inductive learning would be based on:

  1. The student observes (directly or indirectly) the facts or phenomena as they appear in reality.
  2. The student compares and establishes similarities or differences between the observed facts or phenomena.
  3. The student identifies and selects common elements (abstraction skills).
  4. The student generalizes the characteristics of the observed facts or phenomena in their particular nature.