One of the pillars of our educational project at Yago School is training the students in New Information Technology. It is essential that children learn to do coding and programming, in order to learn the language of the digital age, by working on concepts such as computational thinking and methodologies such as Problem Based Learning (PBL), Cooperative Learning, Process Based Learning and Learning by Doing.
For this, Yago School offers a wide range of sophisticated training starting from Infant that includes Computing, Programming-Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing and STEAM school (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
After several years of broadening this area of knowledge, this academic year we have become a “LEGO EDUCATION INNOVATION STUDIO ROBOTIX” School, that is to say we have a Robotics laboratory certified by one of the official partners of Lego, Spain.
In this way, we are reinforcing our commitment to multidisciplinary and transversal projects, with very practical training, where students work in a real way through experimentation.
We develop learning processes based on:
- Problem solving through logical reasoning
- Real life, everyday situations
- Using technological tools
- Repetition of facts
- Computational thinking
- Structuring abstract thinking
- Autonomy-cooperative work
At Yago School we truly develop the technological-digital competence of our students, because it is estimated that not only will most of today’s jobs disappear, but 65% of the children who are now starting their school life will work in a profession that has not been invented yet so it is our goal to offer them the best training so that they can face the challenges of the society that is to come.