Authorities and teachers of the Las Minas campus, in quarterly briefing
The academic secretary of Las Minas, in the foreground. Behind you, the deputy chancellor of the compound, PhD. Leonor Ruiz Calderón.
Jindriska Mayorga Polanco

In the per-meeting modality, teachers are oriented to support students more.

Vice-Chancellor, Academic Secretariat and faculty of the Las Minas campus held the quarterly briefing, to evaluate, exchange information and dialogue on the work that has been done with the new mode of learning.

The Msc. Sorayda Herrera Siles, academic secretary of this campus, reported that the assembly also addressed important topics, such as innovation to develop the teaching-learning process adapted to the current context, so that all subjects are worked from the focus of innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience.

Based on the above, "the Webinar Plan for the month of August and the overall projection for the second semester was shared from the Innovation area," she explained.

"Teachers," she added, "can articulate learning processes from the entrepreneurship and research areas, where innovation ideas are expected to emerge that students can execute to ensure the resolution of different situations or problems they face in the different communities or areas with which they work in research or social extension."

As for the beginning of the second semester, Herrera Siles stated that, "overall, the participation of the student is between very good and excellent; there is active face-to-face and virtual participation, since area coordinations have been tracked and have been fulfilling their work, classes per meeting have come to facilitate learning, in addition to implementing literacy."

It should be noted that, in the context of the pandemic, teachers are oriented to help students even more, accompanying them throughout the academic development process.

Also, the PhD. Leonor Ruiz Calderón, vice-chancellor of the campus, stated that "we articulate ourselves in the teaching part and the Innovation Center to assess difficulties in the university community". In addition, he reported that they are offering teachers an online virtual certification course to strengthen their knowledge and skills, so that "this will bring us even further to the quality of education from the focus of our community and intercultural university", he concluded.