The University of Education starts classes with 24 students
Posted On 31 Mar 2014
Twenty-four students receive leveling classes in the National University of education (UNAE), located in the parish Javier Loyola (Chuquipata), of the city of Azogues, in Cañar, which today opens its doors to welcome people who want to prepare to be teachers.
The leveling course will begin with two subjects: Introduction to Communication and University and Good Living. Jéssica Ormaza, National Director of Initial Training and Professional Induction of the Ministry of education, said that in April, students will receive 60 hours of the two subjects mentioned above. While in May they will receive classes of mathematics, psychology, culture, and society, as well as the Integrator Project of Knowledge.