Second Technical Council

By: Neylin Calderón

As part of the role of learning communities, the authorities of the University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast, (URACCAN), at their Bilwi university campus, made the II Technical Council, with the aim of presenting report of the proposed course, of the first teaching training, in addition, to resume follow-up to graduates of this house of intercultural higher studies.

It is important to note that in the technical councils participate as active members the coordinations of academic areas and permanent guests in the area of Planning, Evaluation, Academic Registration, Student Welfare and Library, where they address central topics that fall within the educational areas of the university.

Reflections to continue a quality education

In charge of directing this space of dialogue and analysis, it was the Master Ivonne McLean, Academic Secretary of the venue, who began this session with a reflection of the mission and vision, where officials and officials explained that this university campus promotes the principles, values and best attitudes to be taken in classrooms.

"We need to self-assess, to do things with quality, to make students committed to the mission and vision of the university," said Ivania Simons, coordinator of the education sciences area.

According to McLean, in this II Technical Council, "we are discussing many aspects that have to do with the academic process, with the service provided by the university in terms of quality, that should be an issue that we must be discussing and reflecting on every day," she said.

Another aspect addressed in this dialogue was the follow-up to graduates, on this subject, McLean said that, "Our process culminates in some way graduating students, so, in addition to tracking our students with their entire process, part of our responsibility is to ensure that they graduate, we do not want graduate students but graduates, so that they can qualify for other levels , whether specialized or postgraduate," emphasized academics.