Educative participation of the community

This is realised in a variety of ways:

(a) Dialogic reading
More spaces for reading and writing at more times and with more people. In the classroom (interactive groups, shared reading…), in the centre (tutored library, study rooms, tutored digital classrooms…) and in the community (family training, reading at home…), the practice of dialogic reading is carried out in a more diversified, shared and coordinated way between the educational centre, families and the educational community in general. 

(b) Extension of Learning Time 
This offers additional learning opportunities for learners to benefit from Successful Educational Actions, such as DLGs or, for example, Tutored Libraries where learners do school work and can get answers to any questions they may have about it. This accelerates learning for all learners and at the same time offers additional support for less able or disadvantaged learners. 

(c) Mixed Working Commissions
The families and the community collaborate directly with the teaching staff in the organisation of the educational centre through the mixed commissions made up of teachers, students, volunteers and/or other educational professionals (integrating the diversity of profiles that make up the educational community). These commissions are responsible for carrying out the transformations towards the successful actions that the centre has set out to develop. Some possible mixed committees include: voluntary work, learning, communication, coexistence, etc.


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