Michele C. Guerrini
Innovative inputs and practices for natural and social science
Innovation consists of enhancing existing inputs and practices as much as incorporating new ones. Participants share their own innovations for science classes. Then, they examine inputs and practices drawn from blended learning, experiential learning and gamification to expand this repertoire. Participants rank all the innovations discussed to produce a list of the most useful in their contexts.
Michele C. Guerrini teaches in the Universidad de Alcalá de Henares Masters in EFL program. Co-author of Learning Lab Social Science (Santillana/Richmond) and Comet (UDP/SM), and co-editor of CLIL across educational levels (Richmond), she also develops CLIL materials for educational publishers. She holds a Doctorate in Romance Languages (University of Pennsylvania) and a Masters in Educational Technology (University of Manchester).