Capacity building for full-time and scheduled teachers at URACCAN Bilwi campus

Meeting with teachers in the area of Health Sciences

By: Neylin Calderón

URACCAN, from its model of Intercultural Community University, continues to train men and women committed to the project of regional autonomy, that is why work is maintained for the strengthening of academic capacities, taking place a meeting with teachers to plan the school year 2020, organized by the area of Health Sciences of this university campus.

According to Graduate Teisey Allen, coordinator of the career of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts, the meeting was intended to "Organize ourselves as a faculty for the start of classes on February 10", she said, adding that the main agenda set out topics such as academic offer, "Review of class schedules, teacher training, and the importance of attendance" Added.

At that meeting, 12 teachers who teach in the career of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts were present, "Some elements of the student regulation that are very important to address with students and how they should be reflected in the Syllabus, we also address the minimums of law regarding teaching, which should include syllabus with regard to institutional philosophy , the pedagogical model, meeting class hours, replenishments and training as areas," Allen emphasized.

Meeting with teachers in the area of Science, Technology and Environment

For its part, the area of Science, Technology and Environment of URACCAN in the Bilwi campus, brought together 18 full-time teachers and schedules, with the same purpose of carrying out the teaching organization that will be held in this first semester of the year, led by the teacher Noé Guadamuz, coordinator of that academic area.

In this regard, teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the Bilwi campus, said that "It is the opening meeting of the semester of the area of Science, Technology and Environment, it was like all the orientations for the opening of the year, in addition to reflecting on the mission and vision, sharing the academic offer of the two careers Agroforestry Engineering and Civil Engineering was shared schedules" McLean said.

While the Msc. Noé Guadamuz coordinator of the area of Science, Technology and Environment explained the strengths and weaknesses that are available as an area and how these can be improved as this first semester passes "I will be more close this semester because we need to remove those weaknesses that we have, to get to quality that we really dream planning is a starting point... I ask you to try to comply with the class plans," Concluded Guadamuz.