ALGOSEC, One Laptop per Child and the Zamora Teran Foundation offer students in Honduras innovative pedagogical practices

Thanks to the joint efforts of ALGOSEC, One Laptop per Child and the Zamora Terán Foundation, 21 students from the Virgen de Suyapa School in Honduras will transform the way they learn through innovative pedagogical practices, using methodologies that will allow them to strengthen their skills. , so as to contribute and transform their communities.

Currently, there are about 1,208 students in this educational center, from extremely vulnerable areas; The educational center provides food and scholarships to their students to support the community because parents do not have enough resources to meet basic needs.

This virtual distance education program seeks a successful transition from face to face to virtuality, helping teachers integrate discipline, pedagogy and technology.

The Connect-Learn (Connection-Learning) program conceives the teacher, as a key factor for ensuring a quality education through a new learning concept: School - Students - Families

This program is developed in 3 stages:

1- Transition
2- Focus
3- Virtual school.

Training modalities: quick workshops, short scheduled courses, complementary educational resources and permanent pedagogical support.



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