Boyacá participated in the Meeting of Quality and Evaluation Leaders in Santa Marta

Boyacá participated in the Meeting of Quality and Evaluation Leaders in Santa Marta
Boyacá participated in the Meeting of Quality and Evaluation Leaders in Santa Marta

Members of the Ministry of Education team interacted with their peers in the country in order to improve the quality of the sector.

Tunja, May 22, 2024. (UACP). The deputy director of Educational Quality, Carlos Castillo, and the supervisor of Education, Jairo Serrano, participated in the Meeting of Quality and Evaluation Leaders in Santa Marta, an event convened by the Ministry of National Education in which experiences in comprehensive training were analyzed in which the student is the protagonist.

“Teachers are the ones who bring public policy to schools and, therefore, a call is being developed for tutors of the Tutoring Program for Comprehensive Learning and Training. And you, leaders, are the heart of comprehensive training and citizen education,” said Olga Acosta, Director of Quality of the Ministry of Education.

According to the representatives of the Secretary of Education of Boyacá, the territorial connection from comprehensive training was the main message of this meeting, where the route to advance the curricular guidelines was also presented to the evaluation leaders.

To achieve these guidelines, several phases were proposed: Enlistment, exploration, collective construction, appropriation and monitoring, and evaluation. In April, the territorial meetings began, which have reached 10 cities in the country.

At the meeting, the circular of May 2, 2024, which gives guidelines to the secretariats of education and mayors’ offices for carrying out the Territorial Educational Forums, was shared.

Additionally, the workshop was held on the importance of evaluation for comprehensive training (pedagogical cartography), guidelines were provided for the evaluation of promotion and relocation of teachers, as well as the micro-moments workshop: five components of the SIMES experience – Secondary Education. (End / Juan Diego Rodríguez Pardo-UACP).

Communications and Protocol Administrative Unit.
Boyacá Governorate.

 
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