Educating for tolerance since the first years of school education is of the utmost importance. The new generations must recognize their differences as aspects that contribute to others for the resolution of conflicts or situations that affect the common good.
Pedagogical assessment has been losing ground in education, largely owing to a social function of learning certification. In order to find alternatives to the traditional means of assessment, we decided to explore an active, collective methodology and use work stations to verify what had been learned, without necessarily administering a test.
"The silent crisis of the humanities" is due to several factors, the lack of interest of students in this area of knowledge and its usefulness. Here we present an example with augmented reality to transform the corridors of your school into a museum.
The relationship between the arts and cognitive development has been studied and has gained strength in recent years for its benefits such as: imagination development, creativity, motivation to learn and the increase of social skills.
It is vital that we approach the phenomenon of entrepreneurship with a new perspective that takes into account the entrepreneur as an individual, developing their transversal competences and the emotional processes that they face during the initial stage of the entrepreneurial journey.
There is a wide variety of educational resources that we can explore in the classroom. The most important thing is to have a learning objective according to the cognitive development and maturity of the children, with a constructive use of new technologies.
Motivating girls from an early age to know the meaning of "doing science" is key to the development of new research. We must make a major effort in the search for funding for projects with this objective.
We need education that is inclusive, that looks out for the marginalized and socially excluded sectors. In the case of universities much remains to be done, such as linking engineering education with foundations, non-governmental organizations and the private sector.
Educating in crises is an undesirable facet in any academic setting. Faced with this adverse panorama, creativity and motivation are fundamental tools that help us to overcome the obstacles presented by social and economic crises.
We need to make science more interesting for young people, in particular children, with tools that facilitate the understanding of the scientific and technological advances that affect their environment.