Article about digital citizenship and how to develop these skills
Published by: Diario Financiero
One of the main purposes of STEAM education is to develop skills that respond to the current and future challenges for the digital society. This means, not only knowing how to use digital tools, but also being able to make ethical use of them, knowing how to coexist and behave in digital environments, or what is called “digital citizenship”.
Diario Financiero, together with the VTR Foundation, published an article on this issue, in which our director contributed with her thoughts and visions. Ana María Raad mentioned that “being in a digital or connected society is not the same as being a truly digital citizen” and referred to the importance of an education that allows the use of technologies as well as the development of collaboration, mutual respect, creativity, among other key skills.
Article about the emotional situation of teachers during the pandemic.
Interview with Richard Elmore about the changes he anticipates in education, and the importance of STEAM education today.
Special coverage of the meeting held at El Mercurio, along with 11 education specialists and Richard Elmore. During the meeting, contingent issues were addressed, as well as the presentation of the ecosiSTEAM program and the NUVU education model.