Tuesday, December 9, 2014

How Adults Talk To Children.

Below are some observations I have made about how adults talk to children. We can all do better. We need to work to improve it. Some people will be thinking , "I already do these things." That may well be true but even as I work to apply these concepts daily I discover little things that I do are not helpful. Be careful and be aware is a good motto.
Talk to children as you would talk to adults. They are a person the same as you. When you talk to an adult as an equal they see that you are treating them with respect and as a result they learn to trust you. They gain confidence from the interaction and experience growth. Does this mean you stop being the adult? No. Children will still need the guidance and support but when treated as equals they don’t have to long to be older. They already are.
When a situation arises with a child that bothers you stop and think: How would I deal with this if it was an adult? Choose your words carefully. Anger is often misused in these situations. Instead we need to look at the situation and assess the damage. The child most likely feels guilty about it. Talk to them respectfully will restore their confidence and help them to see that what they did was wrong but they are capable of fixing it. If objects are broken, they can be replaced. Breaking a child is far more damaging than anything you own.
Communicate acceptance of the child and their ideas. Children like to ask questions. Through these questions they gain an understanding of the world. This is the perfect place to open communication and build your relationship. Develop and refine their questions and then have them find an answer. Discuss the answer. You will build their confidence at the same time as you build your relationship.
Talk with children not at them. As adults we have a tendency to talk down to them. We have a tendency to talk from an authority position, not as an equal. When we talk with them we are building self esteem and creating great learning moments for them. When we talk at them they tend to not listen and shut dot down. This leads to further disconnect.
Poor communication skills are the greatest disservice we do to children. When we do not take the time to communicate with them effectively they instinctively turn off what we have to say because it isn’t of value to them. This leads to the constant conflict and bickering that often permeates the world around teenagers. They become uncomfortable and wary because they are unsure of their world, how to react and demonstrate appropriate behaviour. If we are working to build communication in a positive way they respond more favourably.

We need to demonstrate a positive world to our kids. It is the first step towards building a better world. All kids need to be in this better place.       

Monday, December 8, 2014

Where is the Revolution in Education? response

Last week in my blog I posted an article on, Where is The Revolution In Education?

A reader posted it on his Facebook site looking for discussion. One reader wrote back:

I wrote:

==We need to build a positive culture that encourages students to become lifelong learners. It is the job of both parents and teachers to do this. ==

The responder wrote:

``People are born lifelong learners. They know how to learn and can play a crucial, if not lead, role in building a positive culture. I don't like how the author is focusing on young people needing adults for learning and positive culture to exist.``

When this was first shared with me I was of mixed reaction. The first was she is absolutely correct. Children are lifelong learners from birth. The second was that her knowledge of the implications of lifelong learning was a bit skewed.

Lifelong learning is indeed something every child is born with. However the things that get in the way of this lifelong learning often obscure or discourage children from following up on their ideas and dreams. This discouragement comes from the power the adults exercise over the children. This power is in the words the adults choose and the things they say to children. Every day I watch adults speak to children in ways they would never speak to other adults. Condescension, sarcasm, and arguing: in essence doing things that sow doubt and mistrust are happening every day. Adults rarely recognize they do this. It has become so pervasive that it is not given a second thought. All these things take a bite out of lifelong learning. All send a message that the thoughts and feelings of children are not valuable.  

Children will be lifelong learners as long as those who are in supporting roles are encouraging children with positive feedback in a non-threatening way. The children are capable of exponential growth under the right conditions. Adults play a vital role in this. We all need to do our part to encourage this growth. Are you doing your part?

Friday, December 5, 2014

Finding Self Esteem in Children

Finding Self Esteem in Children
By Bill Ferguson

In my early years as a teacher I viewed children mainly as my teachers did when I went to school. They were to sit in rows, listen attentively, work hard and be polite. It worked to some degree.  After the first couple of years I noticed a couple of things. The first was that it was easier to teach those children who desired to learn no matter what level they were at in their learning. Weak or strong students who wanted to learn made learning and teaching fun. I asked myself what was it that made those weak students so motivated to learn. As I watched and listened some of it was their home environment and in some it was inquisitiveness. I looked at those who did not desire to learn. Again some had a poor home environment, but mostly it was the topics they were being taught and the way it was done. It held no interest to them. Many liked to work with their hands and build things. These fuelled their imaginations. There was also a lack of self-esteem that was involved with these students when it came to classroom work.
The second was that my teaching style and expectations were out of line with what was happening in the rest of the student’s lives. It was my realization that student conversations held far more interest for them than what I had to teach them.  I also saw that their discussions were about educational things that challenged their imagination. This made for amazing discussions that went further than anything I could have taught them. They reached conclusions and saw cause and effect for more efficiently than if I had them draw it out of a story. These discussions also created a personal context between the students and me leading to greater trust. It allowed me to guide them rather than push them into places they did not want to go but would on their own.
While I reached the same conclusions as Dr. Sugata Mitra and his experiments with SOLE, Self-Organized Learning Environments, it took his work to send it home to me. The students need to come first and follow their interests. As a teacher it is my duty to make sure the curriculum is taught. It is also my duty to educate students in higher level thinking skills. In order to do both I had to come up with a way to do both because the traditional way did not work.
As a teacher I realized that lack of self-esteem was the number one issue in building the educational career of everyone in my class. Student lack of self-esteem is far more prevalent than one would realize. It doesn’t matter the student, self-esteem is the issue. Good students have self-esteem issues that rely on whether they do well or not on assignments or tests. There are social issues. Weak students know they cannot compete and feel disillusioned. Their learning disabilities have put them behind their classmates and they feel they can never catch up.
This lack of self-esteem comes from a number of sources both inside and outside the classroom. As adults while we think we are doing our best to raise our children the fact of the matter is that we often make poor word and sentence choices that are interpreted differently by children than we intend. We often cut off their enthusiasm; sometimes inadvertently as it crops up at inopportune times and often advertently because we are doing something that could be disturbed but choose to place it first over the child’s needs..
How to build self-esteem became the question that needed to be answered. I turned to books and the internet but the suggestions were too many and with no agreement. The one thing I have discovered is that as adults we have to give up the notion of being in control. We are only in control because someone allows us to be in control or in charge. The fact is when we enforce our control we are undermining the children’s efforts to being taken seriously in the world. Control is about dominance not about equal and fair treatment. When we let go of control and accept everyone’s ideas as being worthy of discussion it is a win-win situation. Children gain trust and feel valued. Adults look good in kid’s eyes. This works in school as well. Yes there are times when as an adult we have to pull rank but we also need to explain why we did it so they understand that aspect of it.
What does this all mean? As adults we are doing a poor job of communicating with our children. Each and every one of us sends mixed messages through the words we choose and the sentences we say. Children need far more positive than in order to grow and lead fulfilling lives. We need to become the people we think we are instead of the people we are. Stay positive and your kids will prosper.  

Where Is The Revolution In Education?

Where Is The Revolution In Education?
By Bill Ferguson

In Ontario, where I live, we have seen the spelling revolution (toss all the spelling books out because they are irrelevant), the common sense revolution (where they ripped apart the very fabric of education) the computer/technology revolution, the child centred revolution, the themed revolution, the testing is right revolution, the taxpayers revolution and many more revolutions in education. We have all seen them. They were all meant to cure a problem that was perceived to put education at a disadvantage endangering the education of our students and children.  The problem with them all is that they were all conceived by adults who did not look at learning through the eyes of children. They all have underestimated the capability of children to learn using the tool they have been given to do it with, the brain.

The brain is the oldest tool that humans have to use. It has been the most constant thing in every year humans have walked the earth. Given free reign it has developed some of the most miraculous things man has ever seen. Children have the same minds as adults. Yes they don’t have the knowledge in detail that experience brings but that doesn’t mean they can’t draw conclusions and see cause and effect and deliver results based on what their mind thinks. Yet adults have for centuries seen children as being inferior objects when it comes to the using of their brain. Adults have dominated and imposed their will on children forcing children to see themselves as being substandard people who will get it when they get older. This is where the revolution in education really is. Adults must change how they view children.

Without this change in the way adults view children education cannot change. Adults have to see children as equals in learning and encourage their development through asking questions and then discovering answers. This environment, phrased in positive words and sentiments, allows the children to grow in ways that an educational system and curriculum could not provide for them. The problem is that the adults have to change from a “me first” and value of objects way of looking at things to a children first, positive atmosphere, in a supportive environment. When a child is running in the house or playing and breaks an object, adults often focus on “Look what you have done!” meaning they value the object over their child. By putting the child first either the adult would not have bought the object or reinforce the fact that some activities should be taking place in other environments. We have so infused negativity into our language that we do not see the damage that is being done. Everything we do impacts a child’s growth.

In essence we need to build a positive culture that encourages students to become lifelong learners. It is the job of both parents and teachers to do this. This positive environment will reach children far more meaningfully than todays present system does. When we tap into the self-interests of children they have a greater desire to learn and become lifelong learners. They develop a desire to ask questions and pursue answers when they know they are supported and valued when doing this.

The Revolution in Education is in the hands of adults in how they look at and treat children. Are the adults up to the task?

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Kickstarter help.

Below is the essence of the Kickstarter program we are hoping to roll out shortly. I have included the essence of that we are doing and looking for feedback on it. You can either reply here or email me directly. I am especially interested in the rewards for investing with us. Is it too much? Not enough?

Thanks for your help

Using Self Organized Learning Environments and The Latest in Technology To Enrich the Lives of Children.


To develop the interests and abilities of all children through using the latest technologies.

To develop a platform from which all children can work together to research and share information.

To have children from all walks of life and anywhere in the world researching to help make the world a better place

To develop a method for children to be compensated for their research.

Imagine children, abled and disabled, from anywhere in the world working together to create community and enrich lives.

Imagine children researching and sharing information based on their interests leading to improved reading and comprehension levels through using technology and higher level thinking skills.

Imagine children working together to research and reach positive conclusions that help make this world a better place.

What we propose to do

Build a SOLE powered Google search engine.
To build an interface where children can share their research
To build a model for children to research issues of ecological impact for consumers
To provide a place of involvement for all children regardless of their abilities
Kickstarter rewards

The question is are these too much? Not enough?
Is the spread too wide? Any thoughts

What gifts do we offer on Kick starter
$5 - $50 wrist bands to demonstrate they are part of the cause
$100 really cool T Shirts
$1000 chromebook or tablet
over $5000 Emotive headset

so many free searches..

supported G apps accounts

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Control, Let It Go.

Control, the essence of human nature. It is the point in which all problems start. When we try to control an object or situation we all experience the outcome that says, ``It didn`t work out the way we wanted it to. `` Too often this is the case and we feel disappointed.  Really though what we need to do is to let it go, have no expectations, and accept what it brings in a positive light. You will feel better, have less stress and be happier. There is success in everything but you have to see it that way in order for it to happen. Banish the negative and follow the light to happiness.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Growth Mindset

I came across this chart about mindset and liked it. It is pretty much how I teach.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Education Quotes

I came across these quotes and liked them so much I thought I would share them.

# 1, 8, 12, and 35 particularly resonate with me.

What is Education? Answers from 5th Century BC to the 21st Century

  1. The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done. -- Jean Piaget, 1896-1980, Swiss developmental psychologist, philosopher
  2. An education isn't how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It's being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don't.-- Anatole France, 1844-1924, French poet, novelist
  3. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.  -- Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013, South African President, philanthropist
  4. The object of education is to teach us to love beauty. -- Plato, 424 – 348 BC, philosopher mathematician
  5. The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education -- Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, pastor, activist, humanitarian
  6. Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school. Albert Einstein, 1879-1955, physicist
  7. It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. -- Aristotle, 384-322 BC, Greek philosopher, scientist
  8. Education is the power to think clearly, the power to act well in the world’s work, and the power to appreciate life. -- Brigham Young, 1801-1877, religious leader
  9. Real education should educate us out of self into something far finer – into a selflessness which links us with all humanity. -- Nancy Astor, 1879-1964, American-born English politician and socialite
  10. Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. -- William Butler Yeats, 1865-1939, Irish poet
  11. Education is freedom. – Paulo Freire, 1921-1997, Brazilian educator, philosopher
  12. Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. -- John Dewey, 1859-1952, philosopher, psychologist, education reformer 
  13. Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.-- George Washington Carver, 1864-1943, scientist, botanist, educator 
  14. Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. – Oscar Wilde, 1854-1900, Irish writer, poet
  15. The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows. -- Sydney J. Harris, 1917-1986, journalist
  16. Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one. -- Malcolm Forbes, 1919-1990, publisher, politician
  17. No one has yet realized the wealth of sympathy, the kindness and generosity hidden in the soul of a child. The effort of every true education should be to unlock that treasure. – Emma Goldman, 1869 – 1940, political activist, writer
  18. Much education today is monumentally ineffective. All too often we are giving young people cut flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants. -- John W. Gardner, 1912-2002, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under President Lyndon Johnson
  19. Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.-- Gilbert K. Chesterton, 1874-1936, English writer, theologian, poet, philosopher
  20. Education is the movement from darkness to light. -- Allan Bloom, 1930-1992, philosopher, classicist, and academician
  21. Education is learning what you didn't even know you didn't know. -- Daniel J. Boorstin, 1914-2004, historian, professor, attorney
  22. The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts, but of values. -- William S. Burroughs, 1914-1997, novelist, essayist, painter
  23. The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives. -- Robert M. Hutchins, 1899-1977, educational philosopher
  24. Education is all a matter of building bridges. -- Ralph Ellison, 1914-1994, novelist, literary critic, scholar
  25. What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the soul. -- Joseph Addison, 1672-1719, English essayist, poet, playwright, politician
  26. Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. -- Malcolm X, 1925-1965, minister and human rights activist
  27. Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their students.  -- Solomon Ortiz, 1937-, former U.S. Representative-TX
  28. The very spring and root of honesty and virtue lie in good education. -- Plutarch, 46-120AD, Greek historian, biographer, essayist
  29. Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations.  Bob Beauprez, 1948-, former member of U.S. House of Representatives-CO
  30. The most influential of all educational factors is the conversation in a child’s home. – William Temple, 1881-1944, English bishop, teacher
  31. Education is the leading of human souls to what is best, and making what is best out of them. -- John Ruskin, 1819-1900, English writer, art critic, philanthropist
  32. Education levels the playing field, allowing everyone to compete. -- Joyce Meyer, 1943-, Christian author and speaker
  33. Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. – B.F. Skinner, 1904-1990, psychologist, behaviorist, social philosopher
  34. The great end of education is to discipline rather than to furnish the mind; to train it to the use of its own powers rather than to fill it with the accumulation of others. – Tyron Edwards, 1809-1894, theologian
  35. Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the nation. -- John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963, 35th President of the United States
  36. Education is like a lantern which lights your way in a dark alley. – Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, 1918-2004, President of the United Arab Emirates for 33 years 
  37. When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts. -- Dalai Lama, spiritual head of Tibetan Buddhism
  38. Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or self-confidence.  -- Robert Frost, 1874-1963, poet
  39. The secret in education lies in respecting the student. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882, essayist, lecturer, and poet
  40. My mother said I must always be intolerant of ignorance, but understanding of illiteracy. That some people, unable to go to school, were more educated and more intelligent than college professors. -- Maya Angelou, 1928-, author, poet

Sunday, August 31, 2014

A SOLE Response

Teachers are interesting creatures of habit. They adapt thoughts and ideas to suit the needs of their students but really to test further ideas of their own. They often do so within the safe confines of their school not pushing outside the box very far. They don’t want to be seen as the rebel or the outsider. Conformity is an issue. So it is no surprise that many have used their adaptation of SOLE to their understanding of teaching. Why would they not? It has been a mainstream of education for years in their eyes. It is Project Based Learning turned sideways..

Those who see it and use it view it as a Project Based Learning concept that allows them to take a small step further by allowing the students limited autonomy. They adopt it without all the intentions and benefits it brings because as teachers they need to adapt it to their way of teaching. That is they need to apply it to extend the curriculum rather than expanding the knowledge of children. They do not understand the basic premise of SOLE, to give children the right to pursue their thoughts and interests. Throughout history it is this exploration of these thoughts and interests that has provided some of the greatest inventions. Do you think a wheel would have been invented without this type of exploration? Exploration is an evolutionary process that the brain understands. It cannot be confined to rooms and books with eloquent explanations. It is the use of the mind to explore and develop theories that develops the reasoning and thinking skills. As a teacher I can try to teach it all I want but without the actual experience developed through their interests students cannot learn. They do not own the experience when they are led by the hand through it. Recently I was at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. I stood for a long time reading and listening to people explain about the trial and error that went into developing their product. These were 18 and 19 year old boys exploring their ideas. It explained how when they reached an issue they could not solve someone would join them or they would ask someone questions to understand it better. There was no Internet so they relied on the experiences of others. That is what the essence of SOLE is about. Encouraging the mind through exploration.

I find it hard to develop some aspects of SOLE as I have to teach curriculum. The growing realization that a combination of asking the right questions and providing some important background knowledge is essential. I put it out there for the students to develop. We discuss the curriculum and what they are expected to know and be able to demonstrate. Then they explore. It is how I see it occurring in a school.

I also allow them to perform SOLE as it was intended, to follow their own ideas and interests, to control their environment and develop the relationships necessary to be successful. In short I give up control and cede freedom for them to learn. Some would assert that I am being negligent in my duties as a teacher. I counter with every child in my class was reading at Grade level to well above Grade level. My behaviour problems became minimal. Their confidence and belief in each other soared. They would pose and rephrase questions even while they asked it to me.

One benefit of all this hard work was evident this year. School hasn't even started yet and it is paying off. I cleared two thirds of the desks out of my portable. I have three long tables that are pushed against the wall. My Principal informed me that the desks had to remain in the portable because it was Board Policy. I countered with I believed in SOLE and was able to prove that it worked and was far more successful than people believed. I read about how students don’t need desks to learn. I want to try it. He conceded because of my success. I am not sure how the French teacher will feel about it but that is small issue. But every little success begets more success.

I know that Sugata Mitra has strong convictions about his work. He wants it to be followed as it is and as he developed it. And it is important that we respect this because at its core SOLE is everything a child needs to grow and mature. But we live in a society whose understanding of education is rigidly entrenched in past practices. SOLE, step by step takes us past these past practices into new ways of learning. It is successful because the students believe in it and the freedom it gives them. The same freedom that developed thousands of years ago and has been whittled down to obedience by well meaning and misguided people. Time to encourage students to be who they are. It is already inside them. Let it grow.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Google Hangout SOLE Presentation Bitcoin

Raven, Alex and Kane researched Bitcoin using the SOLE method. In this video they present their information for you to learn about Bitcoin.

SOLE is starting to take off worldwide. Andrew Greig has been in Costa Rica recently meeting with Education Minister Sonia Marta Mora to discuss plans for SOLE and Google to work with the Ministry and teachers to help raise both the education level of students and their standard of living.  The Government of Costa Rica has been very receptive to the discussions and is looking at beginning a pilot project to see how it works. Andrew has been approached by people outside of The Education Ministry who have private schools or other interests similar to ours that want to be a part of what we are doing. Some of the people are related to Nobel Prize winners. He has been constantly blitzed by the media there about our work. Andrew is the founder of Vizzeco, a Google Apps Reseller.

SOLE stands for Self Organized Learning Environments.  The SOLE Vizzeco is promoting is based on the work of Dr. Sugata Mitra. In a SOLE

1.      The students develop a question about a topic or topics of interest to them.
2.      They gather in groups of four around a question.
3.      With one laptop they research their question for forty minutes
4.      They write up their information in paragraph form.
5.      They decide on a presentation style and present their information to the rest of the group.

Vizzeco envisions many spin offs to working through a SOLE. Among the ideas being considered are Vizzeco would like to:

  1. Introduce SOLE in school environments, especially for 10 – 15 year olds. It will work with older students as well. SOLE will improve student reading levels and help maintain a higher standard of work in the class.
  2. Have students participating involved in Google School where the students would learn about all the applications that Google has and be able to help others understand these applications and how they work. 
  3. Have students learn about providing a self-sustaining healthy diet to improve their daily lives.
  4. Encourage students to have the entrepreneurial spirit.

As the project evolves other nations will be brought on board to develop their understanding of SOLE and how their students will benefit from it.

This is indeed an exciting time to be in education.

Friday, August 22, 2014

From Today in Costa Rica


Google intends to take lessons in MEP Home

Schoogle Project could enter the classroom

"We want to help reduce the carbon footprint; by lowering trafficking towards education centers or expenditures made in a classroom or class, with air conditioning, computers and lights for education, what Google did was achieve 98% reduction in the impact This index, "Murray said.
Tuesday August 19, 2014
By: Johanna Castillo Mora
The technology giant has its eye on Costa Rica, specifically in their natural wealth and education. Andrew Greig, of Google Apps, and Gerald Murray, PR manager for Android, met with the Minister of Education, Sonia Marta Mora, to propose the lessons at home and lower the carbon making the move to the school, all Schoogle this through.

"We want to help reduce the carbon footprint; by lowering trafficking towards education centers or expenditures made in a classroom or class, with air conditioning, computers and lights for education, what Google did was achieve 98% reduction in the impact This index, "Murray said. According to Greig, the application is free and can be implemented in public and private schools. Besides protecting the environment, "the years of education will drop from 16 to 13" numbers that countries already joined this initiative.

Meanwhile, Mora gives nod to this first meeting they had with Google, as this would help keep students in schools, lowering the dropout rate and the possibility that, for reasons of force majeure, can not attend classes.

"In Costa Rica we are struggling to keep children and young people in schools. What I find very encouraging is that these options so that, for health reasons, if they can not attend school, participate with cloud services and innovations they are doing and keep in touch with their lessons and doing homework "said the Minister.

Google and MEP began talks and expect a second meeting and put proposals for the initiative. For now there are only three schools with this application, the names are still unknown.

SOLE Meets the Costa Rican Minister of Education


Google seeks rapprochement with MEP to run application in schools and colleges

Google representatives met this afternoon with the hierarch of the MEP to expose application projects in schools and colleges.  CRH.
Google representatives met this afternoon with the hierarch MEP Sonia Marta Mora to expose application projects in schools and colleges. CRH.
Representatives of the company that develops applications for Vizzico Google met with Education Minister Sonia Marta Mora to implement different apps for schools and colleges for free.
Applications are focused on education from different areas highlighting the reduction of carbon footprint, through a technological interaction between different students through cloud connectivity.
Google + allows students from public and private schools to create awareness on environmental protection and other issues, as well as re sexiest education system and avoid abandonment of classes.
According to Andrew Greig, representative of the development firm App for Google, confirmed that in the countries where it is implemented, the results have been satisfactory and allows the reduction of the number of 16 years of study on three different topics.
Through applications, students develop skills that receive the same quality of teachers will also be possible to form part of college project that Google plans to create a future.
"The apps not only allow young approach to education but gives them tools to create more knowledge and develop options to innovate in the way they learn," said Greig.
According to Sonia Marta Mora, hierarch of the MEP, this initiative seeks to apply more dynamic self-learning technology tools that excites most young children and be in class.
"This approach allows Google to know the interest they have to work in Costa Rica for talent, what seems to us an innovative opportunity for the education system," said the minister.
He also reiterated that the possible joint work will be analyzed to determine the feasibility of implementing the proposal for the adoption of technology applications dedicated to education.
Mora reaffirmed that could begin to negotiate the implementation of a pilot project.
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