An innovative educational model:

The aim of Arizmendi Ikastola is educating competent people who will deal with every situation of life. This implies making students face real problems that can be solved. To be able to do that, students acquire knowledge individually or in groups, play an active role and propose proper solutions.

What kind of methodology will students use?

Real contexts: The starting point will always be working with real contexts / tasks. At the beginning of each syllabus, students will be presented a real and a meaningful situation, problem or task.

Autonomy in the process: In order to face the problem, students acquire different content and resources and will be asked to design a plan to solve the task.

Students, active subjects: Students are protagonists of their own learning process. The teacher is a helper, he/she helps them plan the content and facilitates and guides them in their task.

Their most significant tool, Information and Communication Technology: All students and teachers use in their subjects ICTs to learn how to use them properly, efficiently and how to be a responsible digital citizen.

Interaction and cooperation: Students learn by themselves and with the help of their peers; they learn interacting around and through cooperation that the task requires.

How do the students work?

They have a digital platform in which they keep all the material. Their tool to work is the personal laptop. Besides, students work on multidisciplinary projects (POPBL) through active methodology and in collaboration with Mondragon Unibertsitatea, with the aim of developing and working on the different competences and skills.
Branches of study:

Arizmendi Ikastola offers the following branches: The branch of Science and Technology, the branch of Humanities and Social Sciences and a Multilingual Baccalaureate.

Head master of Baccalaureate e-mail
Elena Errasti