The congress constitutes a space where educators can show their experiences on the consolidation of good inclusive practices in any context, applied to the development of the teaching-learning process.
The Sancti Spiritus delegation to the III International Congress of Basic Secondary School is made up of 11 professionals. (Photo: Internet)
A delegation made up of 11 high school professionals from Sancti Spiritus is among the more than 250 Cuban teachers and guests from Venezuela, Mexico, Panama and Honduras participating in the III International Congress of Basic Secondary Education, which takes place between the 20th and November 23.
Convened by the Ministry of Education and with the support of the Educational Scientific Exchange Company, this symposium, with the motto For an inclusive school, was designed with the purpose of guaranteeing equitable and quality education, as well as promoting learning opportunities for all in the different pedagogical settings.
“The Sancti Spiritus delegates come from the municipalities of Taguasco, Fomento, Yaguajay, Trinidad and from the Provincial Directorate of Education. We would like to recognize the Trinidadian delegation for the number of participants they contributed to the event and for the quality of their work linked to training, pedagogy and direction of the processes of the Basic Secondary School,” commented Yaneisy Berroa Muñoz, Head of Education Basic in the province.
This contest was held in its first two editions as international workshops and, thanks to the connotation it has had in the region, the current edition is presented as a congress.
“It has been four years since we met at this event, as it had to be postponed due to the pandemic situation. Here pedagogical experiences, methodological and research proposals are shared in order to enhance the quality of education in teaching,” added Berroa Muñoz.
The space, which is based in the Ambassadors’ Hall of the Habana Libre hotel, constitutes a convergence site for researchers, teachers, international organizations and specialists in the field such as Daniel Sponda, Honduran Minister of Education, to exchange experiences about the current educational model. , The education on-line and its post-covid influence on the world.