Compliance with scheduled activities through the URACCAN virtual platform was evaluated.
Valuation of the modality per meeting in the second half
Gerardo Gutiérrez, coordinator of the area of Science, Technology and Environment, met with the teachers of the careers of Civil Engineering and Agroforestry Engineering of URACCAN Bilwi campus, to evaluate the challenges and challenges to meet regarding the modality per meeting implemented by this house of studies.
According to teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the venue, these meetings have the main objective "to present to teachers the state of interaction between the teacher and students through the virtual platform and to make a process of reflection that allows to assume greater academic commitments".
For his part, the coordinator stated that from the area a report was prepared reflecting the performance, performance and teaching compliance with the activities that were planned through the virtual platform of the institution.
The participants were full-time teachers and schedules who taught virtual classes from July 27 to August 19, in addition to those who started this week with their modules in a virtual and face-to-face way, Gutierrez explained.
Finally, the engineer emphasized that so far the classes that are being taught in the university's virtual tool are valued with good results. "If there is a good performance, a lot of teachers have fulfilled the activities they had scheduled," said URACCAN's official.
From the learning communities function of this campus, these meetings are being held from each educational area. It started with Science, Technology and the Environment, but over the course of the week sessions will continue to assess the job performance of teachers.