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The future of Correntina science, in Tecnópolis

A hundred students and teachers presented their scientific projects at FNIE as representatives of Corrientes science.
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ciencia correntina
26 January, 2020

The future of Correntina science was represented by 35 teams at the National Fair of Educational Innovation, which took place between October 30 and November 1, in Tecnópolis.

Thousands of students and teachers from all levels, modalities and provinces presented their scientific and artistic projects, selected after passing through local, regional and provincial bodies.

Corrientes science, in each modality and level, presented works of natural and social sciences, as well as technology and art. Among the institutions were also special guys. The only ones who could not attend, but were represented by teachers, were first-graders and garden children. This was explained by Gustavo Pajor, coordinator of the correntine representation in the exhibition from the direction of C TechnologyandTechnology of the Province.

Featured projects

Corrientes exhibited the automated irrigation of orchards, developed by a science club in Itatí. The application of drone technology for educational projects. A project for the Grooming Awareness Community of the “Jorge Luis Borges” Higher Institute of Teacher Training. In the case of grooming, students addressed the phenomenon of virtual sexual harassment as a research topic. Representatives of Correntina science took as a sample students from more than six different schools.

The themes chosen

They were diverse, from robotics applied to vegetable gardens to the problems of grooming and bullying. Teachers as students worked with commitment to be the pride of Correntina science. Marisa Sosa Dansey, Director of Science and Technology, said that the level was good and was evident in each exhibition.

The Way

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order to reach the event, in addition to preliminary instances per area, logistics and transportation for more than 300 exhibitors had to be coordinated. “We appreciate the effort that each one put from his institution, the students in his activities and the efforts of the teachers to accompany and guide the whole process,” Sosa Dansey said.

Sosa stressed that the process aimed at “stimulating scientific vocations”. It also provides tools for investigation and systematization in the collection of data. This facilitated the elaboration of hypotheses, the management of scientific vocabulary and the writing of divulgation articles. All this learning allowed the boys to give the first samples of the future of Correntina science.

Source: The Republic of Corrientes

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