Dianova Chile and Eduglobal and Yuntas organizations have jointly prepared and organized the second edition of the International Education Seminar Chile-Cuba, under the theme: “Building Networks for an Educational Renewal”.
The Seminar will be held both in Santiago and in the city of Curico (Chile) on July 10, 11, 14 and 15, 2014.
The seminar will be dedicated to preparing new, effective teaching and learning procedures, which can be a challenge for teachers, especially as today’s students are in constant motion, in a world increasingly globalized and interconnected.
- Theoretical andexperiential workshop, allowing a friendly atmosphere, based on respect and fostering personal and group development. The workshop will enable the exchange of best practices among participants in order to strengthen skills essential to their tasks.
- An experiential space will be based on personal and team work. This work will be supervised and guided by a rapporteur, based on structured exercises, analysis, reflection and discussion, designed to review participants’ experiences and apply the methodological contents addressed in each theme.
Activities will build on audiovisual materials, recreational practices and collective dynamics and debates. Workshops will translate the knowledge acquired into concrete proposals to renew and re-invent professional practices based on the design and implementation of sustainable ideas.
Information, registration and testimonials: http://grupoenfoque.cl
The Enfoque Group
The Dianova Chile Foundation, Yuntas and Eduglobal have pooled their skills and educational experience in the objective of designing ongoing training programs dedicated to improving professional practices as well as fostering human development, which are at the basis of efficient educational organizations
Realizing the Right to Education Beyond 2015
Excerpt from the Final Declaration following the 7th Meeting of the Collective Consultation of NGOs on Education for All (Santiago de Chile, 21-23 May, 2014), organized by UNESCO
We recall that education is a fundamental human right and is key to promoting social , economic, environmental and gender justice, and that States have thd duty to secure free public quality education for all. We reaffirm the need for continuity of the EFA agenda after 2015 and agree that this agenda should reflect rights-based, universal, holistic and lifelong learning perspectives.