Learning Communities hold eighth session of the Bilwi Campus Technical Council
Members of the Technical Council of the Bilwi Campus.
Neylin Calderon

Topics that strengthen higher education

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On Wednesday, August 12, Learning Communities of URACCAN Bilwi venue conducted the eighth session of the Technical Council of the Campus (CRT) to address topics such as planning for the participation of wise and wise in learning processes, situation of laboratories, the teacher training report of the second semester (SAR), assessment of virtual classes of the second semester/semester and the presentation of teaching academic burden.

Teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the Bilwi precinct, argued that the teaching spaces with the wise and wise is to fulfill the pedagogical model of the intercultural community university of linking endogenous and exogenous knowledge, "in this way each of the areas managed to present how they plan and planned to develop in this semester the inclusion of the wise and wise in the learning processes".

Valuation of teacher training

Another topic addressed at this eighth session was the valorization of the participation of teaching staff in the second training dedicated to this guild. "This training was developed in the b-learning modality, where teachers developed a face-to-face part and another part of the virtual platform," McLean said.

In addition, the academic reported on the topics addressed in this training, among the highlights were: how to take courses on the URACCAN virtual platform taking into account the pedagogical guidelines established by the university. "We managed to develop topics such as Bloom's taxonomy in the digital age and were able to visualize that there was a great participation of teachers, where 109 teachers participated," said Ivonne McLean.

Situation of the various laboratories of the enclosure

Finally, McLean explained that this university campus has several laboratories that strengthen the teaching-learning of the student. "We have Computer Science Laboratory, Language Laboratory, Science Laboratories, here it includes Biology, Anatomy and Water and Soil; then we were seeing what the situations are in each of these laboratories and this allows us to identify those limitations and pay attention to them because they are learning spaces," she concluded.