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Presentation and objective 

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The plan Lauaxeta 4.0 aims at sharing with society the innovative path that Lauaxeta has followed in recent years in terms of education. Taking this into account, the learning projects designed for 1st and 2nd years of Secondary Education are available on the following webpage, being these ready to be used by any education company, teacher or student.
 
All the projects have the creative commons licence, which is a step forward in the commitment that Lauaxeta has with society and with the educational community. 85 projects can be found on the webpage, all of them created by the teachers of the aforementioned school.
 
The projects have been designed according to phase 2 of the programme that Lauaxeta has developed in order to achieve this goal. This programme is in phase 4 in the current academic year 16-17.
 
The projects are adapted to Heziberri’s framework.
The plan Lauaxeta 4.0 aims at sharing with society the innovative path that Lauaxeta has followed in recent years in terms of education. Taking this into account, the learning projects designed for 1st and 2nd years of Secondary Education are available on the following webpage, being these ready to be used by any education company, teacher or student.
 
All the projects have the creative commons licence, which is a step forward in the commitment that Lauaxeta has with society and with the educational community. 85 projects can be found on the webpage, all of them created by the teachers of the aforementioned school.
 
The projects have been designed according to phase 2 of the programme that Lauaxeta has developed in order to achieve this goal. This programme is in phase 4 in the current academic year 16-17.
 
The projects are adapted to Heziberri’s framework.
The plan Lauaxeta 4.0 aims at sharing with society the innovative path that Lauaxeta has followed in recent years in terms of education. Taking this into account, the learning projects designed for 1st and 2nd years of Secondary Education are available on the following webpage, being these ready to be used by any education company, teacher or student.
 
All the projects have the creative commons licence, which is a step forward in the commitment that Lauaxeta has with society and with the educational community. 85 projects can be found on the webpage, all of them created by the teachers of the aforementioned school.
 
The projects have been designed according to phase 2 of the programme that Lauaxeta has developed in order to achieve this goal. This programme is in phase 4 in the current academic year 16-17.
 
The projects are adapted to Heziberri’s framework.
Methodological approach
The projects are designed according to Lauaxeta’s model of education: they are based on the development of the students’ competences and talents on the one hand, and on the methodology and didactic approaches that must be applied to achieve so on the other hand:
 
  • An assessment system based on competences.
  • An approach based on learning projects.
  • Learning based on challenges and problem solving.
  • Thinking routines.
  • A portfolio aimed at reflecting on the learning process.
  • Improvement ways based on rubrics.
  • An approach based on cooperative teamwork.
  • Design thinking.
  • Responsible use of ICT.
  • Etc.
Minimum requirements
Lauaxeta Ikastola advises the following in order to make the most of these projects:
 
  1. To have an advanced approach to assessment based on competences.
  2. To have the school or the teachers trained on advanced methodologies.
  3. To provide each student with an ICT device –IPads are advisable (in order to provide mobility and to have everything included when dealing with audio-visual tasks)
  4. The school to have a proper Wi-Fi network.
Merits
The Basque Government has provided help to develop all these projects through the programme EIMA, so thank you.
 
Apart from that, the reports published by UNESCO in the last years have been used for the creation of the projects, as well as the Objectives for Sustainable Development designed by the United Nations.