INFORMACIóN
 

FICHA DE LA ACTIVIDAD

TIPO DE ACTIVIDAD

Curso Virtual

Nº DE CRÉDITOS

1,2 créditos de formación

Nº DE HORAS

12 horas

Nº DE PLAZAS

70 plazas

FECHAS

16, 17, 23, 24 de noviembre 2020

HORARIO

Tardes, desde las 17:00 hasta las 20:00.

LUGAR

Curso impartido en entorno virtual de Educamadrid. Se informará sobre el acceso cuando se publique el listado de admitidos.

 

INSCRIPCIÓN

De 09:00h del 06/11/20
A 23:59h del 17/11/2020.

DESCRIPCIÓN

A theoretical and practical introduction to the Global Classrooms MadMUN program (Madrid Model United Nations), which reaches its fifteenth edition in the 2020-2021 academic school year. 

 

DESTINATARIOS

Madrid bilingual public high school teachers who will be teaching Global Classrooms during the 2020-2021 school year, or are interested in teaching it in the future.

 

PRIORIDADES

Priority will be given to those teachers who will be directly teaching Global Classrooms this coming academic year (2020-2021).


In order to indicate that you comply with this criteria, you must indicate when you register that you have priority (maximum of two teachers per school).


Bilingual Coordinators, or teachers interested in teaching Global Classrooms in the future are encouraged to register for the course, but will only be admitted provided that there are spaces available for them. When registering, they should not indicate that they have priority.

 

CONTENIDOS

    1. A description of the Global Classrooms MadMUN programç
      • What is Global Classrooms and what is MUN ?
      • What is MadMUN and how long has the program been running?
      • Who organizes it?
      • What skills does the program promote?
      • What are the different stages in the activity?
      • What is an approximate timeline of the activity?
    2. Guidelines to Global Classrooms MadMUN
      • How to get the program started and generate excitement and motivation.
      • Making sure it is a school Project, not an indivdual venture: including Global Classrooms in your school PGA.
      • Ensuring engagement from teachers and getting them prepared.
      • Informing parents and students about the benefits and demands of the program.
      • Getting new teachers involved in the program to ensure teacher turnover.
    3. Some Model UN terminology:
      • Caucuses – moderated and unmoderated
      • Committees
      • Dais
      • Delegations
      • Flow of Debate
      • Opening Speeches
      • Plagiarism
      • Position Papers
      • Protocol
      • Resolutions
      • Topic Outline
      • United Nations
      • Voting procedure
    4. Approaching Global Classrooms from your discipline
      • A perspective from English teachers.
        • How contents can be used to cover areas of the curriculum.
      • A perspective from Social science teachers.
        • How contents can be used to cover areas of the curriculum.
      • Sharing the work between the English and Social Science departments, and defining tasks and responsibilities.
      • Including Global Classrooms in the evaluation for your subject.
    5. How to work with your GCLA (Global Classrooms Language Assistant)
      • How to select your GCLA and share the challenge of teaching the program.
      • The kind of training GCLAs receive, and how to facilitate and support it. 
      • How to communicate expectations and tasks clearly with GCLAs.
      • The roles and responsibilities of GCLAs during the conferences.
      • How to recognize the outstanding work of a GCLA.
    6. Preparing a Mock Conference and Selecting the 10 students who participate in the Conferences
      • How to set up a mock conference in your school or between schools.
      • How to select the 10 students who will attend the conferences.
      • How to involve your GCLA in the mock conference and in the selection of students.
    7. Global Classrooms Interantional High School Model United Nations (GCIHSMUN) in New York
      • What is the Global Classrooms International High School Model United Nations (GCIHSMUN)?
      • Selecting the students to be interviewed for New York.
        • Selecting the student to be interviewed.
        • Ensuring students have valid passports and identity documents.
        • Preparing Students for the Interview Process.
        • Debriefing students when results are announced and sharing the process with your school.
      • Preparing Students for the New York Conference.
        • New country and topic.
        • New delegation partner.
        • Providing support.
      • Selecting Teacher Chaperones for New York.
      • GCIHSMUN Information meeting for parents and students.
      • Celebrating the achievements of our students on their return.
    8. Generating a Global Classrooms culture in your school
      • Debriefing after conferences and GCIHSMUN.
        1. Managing expectations and analyzing results.
        2. Celebrating achievement.
      • Having 3 ESO students talk about their experience to 2 ESO students to generate anticipation.
      • Having veteran 4 ESO students address new 3 ESO students to generate confidence and commitment.
      • Proposing former Global Classrooms MadMUN students as guest speakers for your students or as speakers for the Asamblea.

     

    METODOLOGÍA

    Proactive. The program contents are descriptive and designed to help participating teachers learn from a global perspective. The objective of the course is to provide new teachers with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to plan and teach this activity to their students, making the best possible use of available resources, and integrating the support of their Global Classrooms Language Assistant.
    The course will be delivered in both English and Spanish, depending on the content. The practical component of the course will be delivered entirely in English. A high level of English (C1) is required to follow the course contents.
    At least one session will be devoted to setting up activities among participants that will partly simulate the activities involved in organizing a "mock conference". Participants will research and draft an opening speech or a position paper for their assigned country using the topic to be debated this year.

     

    EVALUACIÓN

    Evaluation will be based on attendance and completion of required research and writing tasks (opening speech or position paper), to be evaluated in-class through peer evaluation.

     

    PONENTES

    The speakers will be:

    • Carlos Gracia Lor, Social Science teacher at IES Luis García Berlanga
    • Noelia Villafane, English teacher at IES Ángel Corella
    • Rosalyn Kutsch and Sydney Park, this year´s Global Classroom Conference Coordinators and GCLA Mentors, who will be responsible for the practical component.
     

    LUGAR

    Virtual Classroom

     

    AGENDA

    The theoretical component will be delivered in the first two sessions, one focusing on a social science perspective, and the other focusing on an English perspective.
    Sessions three and four will deal with the more practical components (opening speeches, position papers, flow of debate, mock conferences).
    The deadline to register for the course is ThrusdayNovember 17th at 23:59 am.

     

    PLAZAS

    70

     

    CERTIFICACIÓN

    La certificación de este curso se rige según lo expuesto en el DECRETO 120/2017, de 3 de octubre, del Consejo de Gobierno (BOCM Núm. 241, martes 10 de octubre de 2017) y en la ORDEN 2453/2018, de 25 de julio, de la Consejería de Educación y Juventud, que regula la formación permanente, la dedicación y la innovación del personal docente no universitario de la Comunidad de Madrid.

    La actividad se certificará de oficio con 1,2 créditos de formación, válidos para sexenios
     

    INSCRIPCIÓN

    La inscripción se realiza en esta misma página web, en la opción [INSCRIPCIÓN] del menú superior.

    El plazo comenzará a las 09:00 horas del 6 de noviembre de 2020 y finalizará a las 23:59 horas del 17 de noviembre de 2020..

    Para inscribirse se requiere que el interesado posea una cuenta en EducaMadrid y que aporte la siguiente documentación dependiendo del colectivo al que pertenece:

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    Modelo para centros públicos

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    LISTAS

    The list of participants admitted to the course will be published no later than Monday, November 16th, 2020.

     
 
 
 
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