Quality of Higher Education
By: Neylin Calderón
URACCAN, from its model of Intercultural Community University, continues to strengthen its training processes with quality and relevance in the Autonomous Regions of the Caribbean Coast Nicaragua, that is why, from the Academic Secretariat and Vice-Chancellor of the Bilwi campus, a meeting was held with the 33 full-time teachers and with the coordination of academic areas, to evaluate and carry out the projection of the 2020 school year.
According to teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of URACCAN Bilwi precinct, this dialogue of feelings and doings was held in order to reflect on the progress of the venue in a general way and in addition to self-reflection, this space, "It has allowed us to make a process of self-assessment, each teacher presented what has been the level of compliance She also performed," she said.
In addition, the teacher reflected that these spaces serve to measure the quality of education that is being given in classrooms, that attitudes must improve teachers for the improvement of the academic level, "Teachers have had the opportunity to self-sincere, that we can also talk, reflect, it has also allowed us to make commitments because we have the task of improving... if we recognize that we need to keep improving, it means we're growing," Master McLean added.
2020 projection with coordination
Also, in this same context, the PhD. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of URACCAN Bilwi campus and the academic secretariat, met with the coordinations of the areas of Medical Sciences, Education Sciences, Technology and Environment, Economic and Administrative Sciences and Humanities, Legal and Social Sciences, with the purpose of presenting the projection of the 2020 school year.
Faced with this, Professor Ivonne McLean said that, "This is an Intercultural Community University, where interpersonal relationships are horizontal and that is why these spaces of reflection are important", adding that, meeting with the coordinators has been to project ourselves on next year's academic work, "On the subject of planning, from the area of learning communities, this allows us to plan by looking at the needs we have , it has also been a process where it has allowed us to talk, and to see those aspects that are not allowing us to walk, we are committed to moving forward," McLean concluded.