URACCAN teachers receive their degrees from the Virtual Teaching Certification course
Dr Hooker: "As a university, we are always looking for ways to continue to professionalize our staff."
Judith Robleto

Strengthening quality teaching work

After successfully completing and approving the Certification course in Virtual Teaching, facilitated by the Benito Juárez B. University of Mexico, 33 teachers from the New Guinea campus received their certificate of approval, in an event attended by the rector of URACCAN, Dr. Alta Hooker, and the members University Council of Campus.

Dr. Hooker congratulated participants on their dedication, selflessness and willingness to continuous learning, to strengthen their knowledge, skills and skills to provide quality education, taking into account the multicultural context of the Caribbean Coast and the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

"As a university we have been preparing for a long time since virtuality, even though we were in face-to-face classes and we are always looking for ways to continue to professionalize our staff," she said.

Also, the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the New Guinea precinct, reaffirmed "our university's interest in providing tools to our teaching staff, which allows each time to do a quality teaching, with tools that make the learning processes attractive".

Teacher thank you

On behalf of the participants in the virtual course, the teacher Filadelfo López offered words of thanks, ensuring that the support of the URACCAN authorities has been relevant to carry out this course, he also maintained that "as teachers we continue to contribute, but also receiving that training that so deserves the teacher to be able to perform in the classrooms".

López also assured that allowing them to participate in these training processes "is a recognition of the work of each of us", a challenge that was taken with great responsibility on the part of the participants.

The Certification in Virtual Teaching course was taught to 170 URACCAN teachers, from all its enclosures and extensions. This important achievement has been thanks to the unconditional support of the Norwegian International Student and Academic Assistance Fund (SAIH).