This training aims to provide participants with resources and strategies to include free access to digital tools, mainly web-based, in their teaching activities. As such, we will not stop at the presentation of the tools themselves, although creative and interdisciplinary applications will be addressed, covering various areas, from sciences to letters, through the arts and body expression. It will also be essential to contextualize them at the pedagogical level: why use these tools? What is their potential to create learning opportunities when compared to other more traditional ones? How can we combine them with the dynamics of the classroom and the evaluation mechanisms we know? How can they contribute to pedagogical differentiation?

  • 07 Mar.
gnration
Circuito - Serviço Educativo Braga Media Arts
Free admission
  • 07 Mar.
gnration
Circuito - Serviço Educativo Braga Media Arts
Free admission

Trainer: Óscar Rodrigues 
Target audience: Early Childhood Educators; Primary, Secondary and High School Teachers 
Duration: 6h 
Capacity: 20 participants
Note: Training accredited by the Centro de Formação 
 
Composer and trainer born in Porto in 1986, Óscar Rodrigues has a degree in Economics from the University of Porto, a degree and a master in Composition and Music Theory from ESMAE, and a master in Music Teaching from the Catholic University of Porto. He has worked for orchestra, chamber groups, solo instruments, theater, dance and film, as a composer, and led musical projects and workshops for communities, with different types of audiences. He has been an art education teacher since 2009, a member of the Casa da Música Education Service since 2010, and curator of Digitópia Casa da Música since 2018, and is also the co-creator and director of the 0 + 1 = SOM project, in partnership with Braga Media Arts, which has reached around 2500 children so far. He is the founder and artistic director of Instant Ensemble, a group of Improvisation and Composition in Real-Time.