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Education

Teaching methodology

A Global Educational Project

We influence the individualization of learning, based on the idea that not all students learn in the same way. We stimulate the different capacities of the student, proposing the activities of the classroom attending to their multiple intelligences.

We favor access to the curriculum through ways that are not exclusively traditional linguistic or logical-mathematical. All this with the application of an Active and Participatory Methodology effective in all educational stages.

An IB World School

The School San Fernando is a IB World School, organization that has developed educational programs for students from 3 to 18 with more prestige and recognition at an international level.

From 2013 we impart the Diploma Program, aimed at students of 1º and 2º of Bachillerato. This degree is recognized and allows access to the most prestigious universities in the world.

We are in the process of implementing the Primary School Program (PEP), having obtained the category of Applicant Center for the implementation of this program for the students of Early Childhood Education from 3 to 5 years, and from 1º to 6º of Primary Education

Likewise, the School San Fernando has the category of Applicant Center for the implementation of the Middle Years Programme (MYP), program aimed at ESO students with the aim that students who have been trained in the PYP continue their studies in ESO with this teaching methodology.

The School San Fernando is an applicant school * of the Primary Years Program and the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IB) that wishes to obtain authorization as an IB World School.

IB World Schools share a common philosophy—a commitment to improve the teaching and learning of a diverse and inclusive community of students by delivering challenging, high quality programmes of international education that share a powerful vision.**

*Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit www.ibo.org.

**Mission Statement from the IB

The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment. These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

Multiple Intelligences

It is of the utmost importance that we develop and nurture all human intelligences and all combinations of intelligences. We are all so different in part because we all have different combinations of intelligences. Howard Gardner

The traditional concept of intelligence as a unique feature of the personality (CI) has been replaced by a broader view of it and collected in the theory developed by Dr. Howard Gardner, of the University of Hardvard and Prince of Asturias Award of Social Sciences 2011, who defines at least 8 different types of intelligence: linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, musical, corporal, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalistic. Each of us possesses these forms of intelligence and develops them to a greater or lesser degree according to our own history or our culture.

The Multiple Intelligences create a structured path to identify and stimulate the innate potential of each individual, as well as to detect and prevent difficulties in those areas in which the student may need more help.

Based on the concept of Multiple Intelligences, the School offers all its students varied opportunities to experiment in each of the fields related to the eight intelligences.

Multiple intelligences in action

Mathematical logician

Use numbers effectively and reason according to logic.

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Linguistic-verbal

Formulate thinking in words. Use language correctly and effectively.

Visual-spatial

Ability to think in three dimensions.

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Corporal-Kinesthetic

Ability to use the whole body to express ideas and feelings.

Musical

Ability to appreciate, transform, produce and express musical forms.

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Interpersonal

Ability to understand others and interact effectively with them.

Intrapersonal

Ability to know oneself Ability to adapt the way of acting.

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Naturalistic

Understand the natural world, life, the reproduction of animals and plants.

The ability to use numbers effectively and reason according to logic are an expression of the Logical-Mathematical Intelligence.

This Intelligence includes the sensitivity for the schemes, the logical relations, the good reasoning, the abstractions and in general as it has to do with the mathematical thought.

La Logical-mathematical intelligence in general it is owned by mathematicians, geometers, scientists, economists, engineers and computer scientists.

In the classroom and at home: Chess, enthusiasm, games and logical puzzles, the design and interpretation of graphics, everything that helps scientific thinking is typical of this intelligence.

The intelligence linguistic-verbal is the ability to formulate thought in words and use language correctly and effectively.

Develops the ability to properly manage and structure the meaning functions of words. It distinguishes us from animals by making us capable of using words to document, to express emotions, to sing and to relate.

La Linguistic-verbal intelligence It is typical of writers, politicians or speakers.

In the classroom and at home: The development of this intelligence helps assiduous reading, writing exercises and participation in debates, diaries, stories, reading comprehension strategies, oral presentations of works, theater, creative projects on readings and the classroom library.

The ability to think in three dimensions defines the Visual-Space Intelligence. It is manifested by an ability to perceive the spatial visual world of a very precise area, and by the ability to generate transformations from these perceptions.

It carries with it a great sensitivity for color, line, shapes, enables to graphically represent ideas, and is accompanied by a good spatial orientation and a very active imagination.

The intelligence Visual-Space It belongs to architects, artists, sailors, postmen, photographers, film cameras.

In the classroom and at home: The use of video and photography, the creation of collages, dioramas, murals, advertisements, comics, designs with different media, didactic panels, infographics, are exercises that awaken and reinforce this intelligence.

The intelligence Corporal-Kinesthetic is the ability to use the whole body to express ideas and feelings, perform activities and even solve some specific type of problems. It asks for a good control of the movements, both automatic and voluntary, in order to be able to achieve the use of the body in a competent and differentiated manner.

It manifests itself in very specific skills such as a good awareness of one's own body, good coordination and enjoyment through direct experience and participation.

The intelligence Corporal-Kinesthetic it is typical of actors, athletes, dancers, choreographers, dressmakers, surgeons.

In the classroom and at home: The physical exercise, the early stimulation, the basic development program, the dance, the participation in musicals, the dramatization, the use of fine and gross psychomotricity, the projects of the area of ​​technologies, are resources that help to develop this intelligence.

The ability to appreciate, transform, produce, express, musical forms with sensitivity to rhythm, tone and timbre are the capabilities that distinguish Musical Intelligence.

Who owns it appreciates sounds, perceives, identifies and relates musical forms and is able to reproduce any melody.

La Musical intelligence It is typical of composers, musicians and singers. It has been related since ancient times with mathematics.

In the classroom and at home: They help to develop the construction of an instrument, the creation of accompaniments, the ability to create sound effects, the creation of lyrics for songs, rhythm games and learning the different instruments in the Official School of Music.

La Interpersonal intelligence it is the ability to understand others and interact effectively with them. It carries with it the ability to discern and respond appropriately to the moods, motivations and desires of others along with the ability to start and maintain relationships.

It allows effective communication, the ability to put oneself in the place of the other, facilitates the possibility of a good cooperative work and is able to empathize with others.

La Interpersonal intelligence It is typical of politicians, religious leaders, educators, skilled fathers and mothers, therapists, counselors and negotiators.

In the classroom and at home: The practice of cooperative learning is a good resource to help develop and strengthen this intelligence.

La Intrapersonal intelligence it is the ability to know oneself, together with the ability to adapt one's own way of acting from this knowledge. It also involves self-reflection and metacognition.

It includes knowledge of one's own abilities and limitations, awareness of different moods, motivations, fears and desires. It facilitates the knowledge of one's character and temperament as well as the awareness of feelings and the ease of expressing them.

La Intrapersonal intelligence It belongs to great religious leaders, philosophers, thinkers.

In the classroom and at home: Programs to improve social skills and emotional education are useful to work this intelligence, as well as self-assessment, metacognition, autobiographies, project planning, time management, personal diaries and the portfolio.

The Naturalist Intelligence is the ability of some people to understand the natural world, life, the reproduction of animals and plants, and the taste to classify and use environmental elements. It supposes a good capacity of scientific observation, ability to hypothesize and verify, together with a special sensitivity for what makes up nature.

Those who possess this type of intelligence like to explore natural areas, show special interest in knowing how things work and always prefer outdoor activities.

La Naturalist Intelligence It is typical of gardeners, ecologists, biologists, physicists, chemists, archaeologists.

In the classroom and at home: The greenhouse and the Classroom of Nature, the experimental journals and the collections, activities in natural environment and research projects.