SPANISH teaching methods are ‘outdated’ and ‘ineffective’, say experts.
Traditional textbooks and chalkboards should be replaced with audiovisual facilities and ‘disruptive education’ – a new wave of innovative, student-centred learning.
Fundacion Telefonica’s School of Disruptive Education (EED) unites teachers interested in trailblazing education which uses leisure, fun and a variety of artistic disciplines to inspire learning.
A spokesman said: “We live in a visual society of images so how can the primary language of education used in schools still be the written one?”
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