AIU through Dr. Ricardo González recently participated in the 35th Presidents masters conference of Club UNESCO. It included the participation of 45 different countries and 900 participants with different presentations as well as panels that was held in Villahermos- Tabasco Mexico from the 26th through the 30th of November.
Our very own provost- Dr. Ricardo González participated as one of the panelist for “Accreditation and Quality Certification through self-learning” as well as “Historical and Social Context redesigning the New Model for Education”. He was also a guest speaker in regards to “Digital Pedagogy and new paradigms for teaching and learning” and “Analysis and proposals of the Latin-American Educational Quality project”.
You can read more information in regards to the international conference through the following links:
As you know UNESCO CLUBS mission is to contribute to the building of peace– the eradication of poverty- sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education- the sciences- culture- communication and information.
We invite all AIU students to join in the efforts that UNESCO CLUBS do in the world to contribute to the peace and equality among countries of the planet.