Intercultural community processes from practice
By: Judith Robleto
Fifth-year students of the bachelor's degree in education sciences with mention in biology, of URACCAN Bluefields campus, performed academic internships in the biology laboratory at URACCAN campus New Guinea, as part of the teaching-learning processes.
The activity consisted of performing a specific and complementary practice through the use of equipment, such as autoclave to perform exams, according to the teacher Elder Gonzáles Brizuela, laboratorist of the New Guinean compound and specialized in chemistry, "Among other actions young people strengthen their skills and skills in the observation of bacteria, for this was a knowledge of e-coli, in addition a demonstration process of sterilization of solid materials was made" Said.
The teacher responsible for the group of students and teacher of the subject of cell biology of URACCAN Bluefields, Enoc Rivas Suazo, assured that the group would also visit the natural laboratory of the campus with the aim of "Observing and identifying the different species that are, related to the subject cell biology, but also that teachers can identify how to teach practical classes in their communities with the amount of resources that they have around them, but also that teachers can identify how to teach practical classes in their communities with the amount of resources they have around them , assessment of the natural system and its benefit to teaching," he said.
To agree with the student Alonso Luna Díaz, "The experience is quite satisfactory, we leave with the practice of a concept and the exchange of knowledge with new teachers", he said, adding that URACCCAN complements theoretical classes with practice, using the laboratories it owns.
URACCAN has laboratories in each of its enclosures, to carry out research, experiments and practices according to the need for learning of the student, strengthening their capacities from theory and practice.