A student of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts, attending to the teaching orientations.
On Monday, July 27, URACCAN at its Bluefields headquarters kicked out the second academic semester of the 2020 school year. According to the educational strategy implemented by this institution to ensure the health of the university community, a face-to-face meeting was held to provide methodological guidance.
Since classes will continue to be developed through the per-meeting modality, taking into account the pandemic context, students were explained to the new teaching-learning system. Similarly, the security protocol provided by this house of intercultural higher education has been given way to reduce the risk of COVID-19 contagion.
Therefore, to welcome young university students, the authorities of the campus took all measures directed by rectory, the Ministry of Health and WHO. Hence students were organized by groups and the activity was carried out in open or ventilated spaces.
Students of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts, for example, were explained the dynamics of academic work. First they were welcomed and, to contribute to their emotional stability, some recreational games were held with them, guiding through them the educational objectives and class methodology by which they will take this second semester.
Groups by meeting education sciences and languages
During the activity, the groups of the Senior Technician in Physical Education and Physical Culture, in the area of Education Sciences and Languages, were also opened.
In this regard, Mr. Egnis Fletes, teacher of the Senior Technician in Physical Education and who currently teaches the subject of General Didactics, explained that "the meeting has been scheduled for one week, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 m.d.; and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
This methodology aims to help students take on the role and internalize knowledge about General Didactics, since they will learn to plan classes, and how the curriculum of the education system of the Ministry of Education works at the national level, the teacher concluded.