The Center for Innovation in Educational Leadership-CILED- organized the award ceremony for the first edition of its competition to seek best leadership practices in Secondary Technical Vocational Education (EMTP). On the occasion, 11 initiatives were recognized: 10 exercises from Chilean institutions (from the Tarapaca region to the Biobio region) and one exercise from Sonora, Mexico.
The activity took place at the Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD) – a CILED-sponsored institution and was attended by its rector, Federico Valdés; CILED’s Executive Director, Soledad Ortúzar, as well as municipal officials, supporters, directors and directors and members of various recognized educational communities.
Speaking on the occasion, Rector Valdés said, “We are convinced that enhancing good practices creates room for learning and collaboration between institutions.”
Meanwhile, Soledad Ortzar said: “The delivery of a quality education and high expectations for Chilean students is what we want as a center and this is what pursues good leadership practices. That’s why for CILED The good practice’s project is so relevant”, he expressed.
CILED is a consortium made up of five leading institutions in training, innovation and technical education – in alliance with INCAP, Fundación Chile Dual, Tecnológico de Monterrey and Tarapaca University, the University of Development as the sponsoring institution – which will be born in 2020 through a happened. Agreement with the Ministry of Education.
- Organizing information for decision-making / Diego Portals Palazuelos Polytechnic High School (Antofagasta, Tocopilla)
- Training Area: Mining Extraction Truck Operation / SS John Paul II Mining Bi Centenary High School (Tarapaca, High Hospice)
- Gastronomic Fair, Community Meeting / General Velázquez Borquez School (Valparaíso, Puchuncawi)
- open doors project / Los Andes Bicentennial Mixed High School (Valparaíso, Los Andes)
- Proactive Methods and Inclusion in the 21st Century / Pedro Aguirre Cerda Professional Technical High School (Valparaíso, Los Andes)
- Dual learning option in Industrial Mechanical Specialty / German Chile Bicentennial Industrial High School (Metropolitan Region, uñoa)
- Towards a Distributed Leadership / Industrial High School of San Agustin Edwards Ross (Metropolitan Area, San Joaquin)
- Technology in the Service of the Community: Problem Based Learning / Las Nieves Industrial School (Metropolitan Region, Puente Alto)
- Internalizing LTME: Learning in Global Communities / New World Bicentennial High School of Excellence (BioBio, Mulchen)
- Scientific conference in high school / Philidor Goethe Monsalve High School (Biobio, Arauco)
- Agile Decision Making for Distance Educational Inclusion / Agricultural Technical Secondary School No. 33 (Mexico, Sonora)