Strengthening the Model of Intercultural Higher Education, which contributes to the training of new talents on the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast
URACCAN Bluefields campus teachers participate in training
URACCAN Bluefields campus teachers participate in training
Josselyn Flores

Opening of teacher training at URACCAN Bluefields campus

After the opening of the 2021 school year, URACCAN Bluefields campus begins the teaching training process, under the accompaniment of the academic authorities of this institution.

For a week, teaching staff will be being trained on relevant topics, according to the model of intercultural teaching-learning that this intercultural community university offers to the different peoples of nicaragua's Caribbean Coast.

Strategies for strengthening learning

In her welcome speech, teacher Heidi Guillen, academic secretary of this campus, said that this experience "is very important to us because it comes to strengthen the teaching-learning process, last year it was a huge challenge for everyone because of the virtual modality we had to implement," she explained.

In addition, it is important to note that appropriate measures have been taken at URACCAN to continue the quality of Intercultural Higher Education, addressing the challenges and challenges that have arisen over the years, so work will continue on the creation of new strategies.

Therefore, during the opening ceremony there was an information space to publicize the context of COVID-19, and the importance of continuing to take preventive measures to reduce the risk of contagion in the university community.