We develop cross-cutting projects that involve communication, technology, agroecology, English, art, and vocational aspects in two rural schools in the township of Minca. We work to promote soft skills, increase the academic level, as well as risk prevention in children, young people and adolescents.
Implement active methodologies and transversal projects that involve English, technology, art, communication, mathematics, agroecology and sustainable development for an average of 480 boys, girls, youth and adolescents, in 3 rural educational institutions.
Development of applied, interactive and transversal projects by students that generate interest and motivate them in the development of skills that allow them to improve their school performance.
Execution of STEAM workshops designed based on local needs and the interests of the participants. In these workshops, at least two projects will be developed, presented at the end of the year, to the entire educational community.
ECOTOURISM - SPANISH
Offer practical theoretical tools for the development of local tourism with an environmental and sustainable approach. Linking the young beneficiaries in technical practices in local businesses of Minca for the development of personal and professional skills.
In parallel, vocational English workshops are held to encourage the use of foreign languages English for professional development, while promoting daily practice outside the school environment.
Within educational institutions, we strive to develop communication skills, students have created a "communication group" in which they have developed workshops: Podcasts, video blogs and magazines.
Students of all high school grades from their regional knowledge, created different communicative proposals to ensure that their regional memory and the beauty of their territory does not go unnoticed.
see some of the videos made here and you can listen to the podcasts here
TECHNOLOGY AND STEAM
Training our students in STEAM skills is important for educational institutions to take an integrative approach that fosters students' interest in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics as they develop a variety of important skills.
Execution of STEAM projects designed based on local needs and the interests of the beneficiaries. Throughout the year, workshops will be held in which at least two projects will be developed, such as: programming with Micro:bit, informative notices in the garden and the virtual magazine.
Activities for transversal formation, design of experimental orchards, organic fertilizers, composting and vermiculture. Train students from the student garden in food sovereignty. Making them see that this is important for everyone, mainly the peasants and forming part of their identity.