Our interdisciplinary educational guidance service, comprising professionals covering the areas of psychology, educational psychology, educational sciences and philosophy, supports students' growth by identifying, preventing and guiding the various situations that may interfere with their comprehensive development: cognitive, psycho-affective and social.
Our job is to:
• motivate students to acquire the necessary skills to explore and show learning autonomy and to manage tools that strengthen executive functions such as organization, planning, anticipation, metacognition, comprehension, attention, emotional regulation, among others
• promote reflection, critical thinking, training of personal opinion and individual initiative
• encourage self-assessment and awareness of strengths and weaknesses and environmental constraints
• propose spaces for reflection on specific subjects according to the developmental stage of students
• implement differentiated strategies and approaches in case of special needs in the teaching-learning process. We carry out the monitoring of these actions together with heads and teachers and particularly with families, whose support is essential in these cases
• organize workshops for teachers, parents and students with external and/or in-house professionals to discuss topics related to particular needs of each level or developmental stage.