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Cádiz, February 16, 2023.- It is estimated that close to 250,000 students attend Primary, Secondary and Baccalaureate in Cádiz. Around 14.5% of Andalusian students in this age group study in this province.
With the aim of transmitting new ideas that stimulate the creativity and motivation of the teachers and parents of these students, the Aula Magna of the Faculty of Sciences of Cádiz will host next Saturday, March 4, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.: 00 hours, the National Congress of Education "Education is the future" organized by the San Felipe Neri School. A day, free of charge, aimed at teachers and families. where pedagogues, coaching experts, educators, teachers, students and family members will participate in this meeting to talk about the latest trends and innovations in education and teaching.
The speakers will share their knowledge and experiences around a wide variety of topics, ranging from the best way to build an educational team, to the keys to educate while enjoying or stimulating students through motivation. The latest educational trends proposed by UNESCO in its latest report will also find a place in this congress, led by the general director of the SM Foundation, Mayte Ortiz, who will participate in a round table with other young students, together with José María González Ochoa, program director of the SM Foundation.
In addition, Ramón Barrera, trainer, lecturer and expert in coaching; Miguel Ángel Dieste, executive director of the Network of Marianist Schools of Spain; Carlos Rioja, vice-rector for Digitization and Infrastructure at the University of Cádiz; Nico Montero, director of the I.E.S. Fernando Aguilar and singer-songwriter; María Soto, founder of Educa Bonito, facilitator certified by the Positive Discipline Association, author of Educa Bonito and Confianza 100, Expectation 0, and Ana Magallanes, pedagogue and co-educator, among others. Those interested can reserve a place through this form, since the capacity is limited.
Young people value training
Despite what it may seem, young people highly value the training they receive. In fact, education is the third most valued by Andalusian youth, according to the latest report on Young Spaniards prepared by the Observatory of Youth in Ibero-America of the SM Foundation. 97.5% think that it is very or quite important, while for 33.9% the educational center is the place where the most important things are said.
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