The educational orientation contributes quality to education, as it contributes to personalize the educational process that begins in the infantile stage, by means of the advising and the technical support to all the agents involved in the school community: professors and Teachers, students, families and center.
From this perspective, in our center we conceive the orientation as a dynamic, continuous and systematized process, whose functions are articulated in the following areas:
- Teaching-learning process: Paying special attention to the students with specific educational needs, organizing the educational response from the curricular flexibility and the inclusive care, with the aim of favoring the self-esteem and some positive expectations in students.
- Tutorial action: Favouring the integration into the educational process of objectives related to personal, emotional and social development, which favor the establishment of appropriate interpersonal relationships in the school and social environment.
- Academic and professional guidance: with the implementation of actions that allow students a better knowledge of themselves, their potentials and limitations and facilitate decision making regarding post-compulsory studies and the transition to life Active.
We do not conceive these separate areas, but interrelated, being precisely their entwining which gives unity to our way of working the educational orientation and what allows to humanize the education, enhancing the development of the competencies Emotional as an essential and differentiating element in the educational process for the achievement of the integral development of our students.
Paying special attention to pupils and students with special needs.
When the change is approached to high school or to the training cycles, and when it comes to choosing the most appropriate baccalaureate option.
Get away from the “Curriculismo”. To treat students and students in their entirety, enhancing their emotional skills.
“Academic training is first class and the demands on work and training prepare them for a future outside the school where they will be distinguished from others. Although there are other schools where the façade is more interesting, by my own experience the important thing is the interior. “
“When we arrived at his new school in the USA, his father and I were planning to put some reinforcement classes in order to adapt to the English classes. It was not necessary: the adaptation of Gonzalo was perfect, and showed the excellent level of English of our dear school. We can’t be more thankful. “
“It was a priority for us to combine a level education with a way of educating closer to the person. We didn’t want to build a curriculum, we wanted to educate a person. I think our daughters will always be grateful to us for this decision. “
“I as the father of the teacher center Maria 4 of my children in this school, and even now a granddaughter, and experience has been really enriching. Each one with his own personality and qualities, have been cared for and educated to the extent of his talents “
Nuestro profesor de Lengua Castellana y Literatura, Antonio Guerrero, a través de su artículo en ABC de Sevilla nos cuenta los ciclos de charlas que se hacen en CDM sobre cybersegurirdad y tratamiento de información para evitar el uso indebido de internet. Pincha aquí para leer la noticia de ABC completa.
ABC de Sevilla hace eco de nuestros programas de intercambio cultural y lingüístico con EEUU y Francia. Pincha aquí para leer la noticia de ABC completa.
Compartimos con vosotros el artículo de ABC sobre nuestro antiguo alumno Curro Rodríguez Montero, al que deseamos mucha suerte en su nueva etapa en la Universidad de Cambridge, y que siga haciéndonos partícipe de sus éxitos. Curro Rodríguez Montero: La excelencia como hábito
Os dejamos un artículo muy completo e interesante de la OMS que nos hace llegar una de nuestras familias de infantil y que cuanto menos da que pensar, es nuestra responsabilidad educar en hábitos de vida saludable. oms-recomendaciones-obesidad-infantil
Este pasado viernes pudimos disfrutar de nuevo de nuestra Carrera Solidaria. El compromiso con la ONG “Save de Children” se ha visto reflejado en el nivel de participación de los alumnos, el cual, ha sido mayor que el año pasado. Las diferentes carreras han transcurrido en un ambiente ameno y emocionante. ¡Gracias a tosd@s por […]
Interesante artículo publicado en el portal de Educación de ABC de Sevilla sobre la experiencia de estudiar en el extranjero de Rubén Ruiz-Mateos Serrano, estudiante de Ingeniería Biomédica en el Imperial College of London y antiguo alumno de CDM. Podéis leer el artículo completo aquí.
Another year, the students of 2nd of ESO of the teaching center Maria bring us the radio programs created and edited by themselves, with the coordination of the professors Carlos Ibeas and Juan Rios. It has been several months of intense work where we have experimented with information and communication technologies. The result? Give the […]
Here is our promotional video “a Day at CDM”, shows any day in our center, with images of each of the stages of our educational offer, children, primary, ESO and Bachillerato. Recorded and edited by Fernando Rodríguez Marmolejo. https://www.youtube.com/embed/yYp3utXOg7E
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We present the new corporative image of CDM. It has opted for a logo that represents each of our 4 educational stages represented by a different size and a different color. The 4 stages form a unit, symbol of the team work characteristic of the CDM, all to one. On the other hand we have […]