Strengthening the Intercultural Higher Education model from teaching-learning processes
URACCAN Bluefields campus teachers participate in training
URACCAN Bluefields campus teachers participate in training
Josselyn Flores

Teacher training at URACCAN Bluefields campus

The first teaching training of the 2021 school year was successfully carried out at URACCAN Bluefields campus, which was accompanied by the academic authorities of this institution.

For two days it was shared with teachers on topics relevant to strengthen the Intercultural Higher Education model, in this sense, teacher Letisia Castillo, academic director stated that "this is a space where teachers have the opportunity to refresh the knowledge about institutional philosophy and didactic planning that they will share in classrooms" Exposed.

In addition, Castillo explained that "this teaching training is scheduled for the first and second semesters, historically the university always prepares its staff so that it can accompany teachers, both those who will be in the subjects or in the races as such," he added.

Topics addressed

This accompaniment of teachers means an experience of what will be the teaching practice in the semester or the semester of the university, "in this case in the campus we are with the teachers who will teach in the first semester and that means that they can share their previous experiences and make known those things in which there are still doubts and concerns with the teaching practice" Castillo said.

During this meeting, teachers were also reviewed on didactic planning, seen from the syllabus and the participatory methodology class plan, with teaching resources, and the use of the virtual platform.

Strategies for this school year

Among the strategies proposed for this new modality, "students are being aimed at welcoming students back into classrooms, complying with all safety measures to protect their health," he emphasized.

"This year we are aiming for students to return to classrooms and see student life again, as long as the health of students and teachers is not affected," she concluded.