Madrid, 01 (SERVIMEDIA)
The “CSIC at School” program celebrates its 30th anniversary with the seventh conference among educators, training advisors and scholars at the organization’s central campus in Madrid. During this Thursday and Friday, attendees will be able to coordinate new strategies so that the teaching of science is present from the earliest stages of education.
In this program, which belongs to the Scientific Culture and Citizen Sciences of the Supreme Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), professors will also have the opportunity to update their scientific training thanks to the various conferences that will be presented by researchers from the institution. The meeting will be broadcasted live on the program’s YouTube channel.
More than 50 teachers are expected to attend, as well as training counselors from across the country. Among the authorities who will be present are the President of CSIC, Eloísa del Pino; President of the State School Board, Encarna Cuenca; Director of the National Institute of Educational Technologies and Teacher Training, Julio El Balad; and Director of the Scientific Department of the European Research Council (ERC), Manuel Fernández de Labastida.
Likewise, the international presence will be represented by the Teacher Training Center in Bydgoszcz (Poland), the Teaching Center in Timisoara (Romania) and the university dedicated to teacher training Instituto Superior de Formación Docente Salomé Ureña (Dominican Republic).
The conference program includes several round tables with teachers as champions, where the role of institutions in teaching science will be discussed, as well as the various realities of the classroom.
(SERVIMEDIA) 01-DEC-2022 08:09 (GMT +1) AHP/clc
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