Summary of Principios y orientaciones de la Nueva Escuela Mexicana

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The video covers the main principles and orientations of the new Mexican school system. It discusses the importance of adapting teaching methods to match the age and abilities of students, of providing a quality education that leads to a life in society, and of preserving the environment. The goal is to sensitize students to all aspects of their lives in the service of environmental preservation.

  • 00:00:00 The principles and orientations of the new Mexican school are discussed in this podcast. The first principle is that the new Mexican school is the institution of the Mexican state responsible for the provision of free and compulsory education from pre-school through high school. The second principle is that the new Mexican school is aimed at promoting student achievement in four key areas: knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values. The fourth principle is that the new Mexican school is based on the theory of Tomashevsky, which states that to achieve its objectives, the school must have access, acceptability, adaptability, and quality. The principles are important in the new Mexican school, which aims to provide a quality education for all students, regardless of their social or cultural background.
  • 00:05:00 The principles and orientation of the Mexican New School are outlined in this video. It emphasizes the importance of Mexican culture and identity, and the need for students to have a strong understanding of these concepts. The first principle is the promotion of Mexican culture and identity, and the second is the responsibility of citizenship. The third is the principle of honesty in behavior, which is necessary for fostering social responsibility. The fourth is the principle of respect for human dignity, which is a fundamental principle of the Mexican New School. The fifth is the principle of the absolute respect for human rights, which is a key principle of the Mexican New School. The students are reminded that the acquisition of civic skills is essential to the transformation of Mexican society. These skills include the ability to think critically, to engage in dialogue, and to examine historical evidence. They are also reminded that education is a vehicle for the development of integrated human beings and a democratic society.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the principles and orientations of the new Mexican school system, which focuses on humanism as its philosophical foundation. The system is designed to provide quality education for all, and the person is the first article of the Constitution. The national educational system is based on the principle of personhood. Students are viewed as a whole, integral entity with a personality that is constantly developing. The orientations outlined here will help us understand the context-specific approach to development that will be discussed later in the principles section. The first principle states that we must provide a quality education that leads to a life in society. The five fundamental principles of quality education are equity, proportionality, relevance, effectiveness, and efficiency. The international organization has established 17 objectives for sustainable development, and I suggest that you go online and look them up. The first one is the fourth pillar, which is promoting interculturalism. This is very important because it is a rescue of our indigenous culture. Unesco has declared that culture is rich in diversity and has a fundamental role in social cohesion. The program for language instruction includes the restoration of oral tradition in many places. Another important point made in the video is the importance of intercultural dialogue. We need to be able to understand and appreciate the
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the principles and orientations of the new Mexican school system. The different cultures that have shaped Mexico's history are explored, as well as the importance of developing a high self-esteem that speaks to a universal perspective for identities within the community. Maslow's humanist approach to development is cited, emphasizing the importance of mental well-being and developmental progress in creating a just society. These principles are intended to be implemented in Mexican education, with the ultimate goal of returning to a value assessment of Mexican diversity. Four conditions are necessary for these principles to take hold in Mexican education: first, the restoration of the educational authority of the magisterium; secondly, the establishment of law governing the teacher corps; thirdly, the development of competency-based training for educators; and fourthly, the fostering of community-based learning environments conducive to the promotion of peace and cultural diversity. The video also discusses the importance of preserving the environment, promoting sustainable practices, and raising awareness of the consequences of climate change among Mexican students. The goal is to sensitize them to all aspects of their lives in the service of environmental preservation. These principles are discussed in terms of the respect for nature taught in the principles of the new Mexican school system. The video emphasizes the need
  • 00:20:00 The new Mexican school curriculum states that educators must adapt their teaching methods to match the age group of their students, and that the book "Development of the Child and Adolescent" by Jean Piaget and Ericsson de Bigotes Key is a good resource for understanding this. I recommend that viewers watch some videos that discuss Piaget's developmental stages and Bigotes Key's "Teaching Children Reasoning Skills" video, as this will be part of the test if they are planning to adopt the principles of the new Mexican school. The school also agrees that students should spend 23 years in an educational journey, and that there is a comprehensive educational system in place for these students. Elementary education begins at 0-3 years, pre-school at 4-5 years, primary school at 6-8 years, secondary school at 9-11 years, and secondary education for those who have completed lower secondary at 12 years. Upper secondary education lasts from 13-17 years, and post-secondary education lasts from 18-23 years. The school agrees that these are approximate figures and that higher education should be available for those who are 18 years or older. The third and most important section of this book is devoted to pedagogical principles, and the first principle is that educators
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the principles and orientations of the new Mexican School. It divides school into two types: the principles that occur in schools with technical teacher's recommendations, and the external advice that comes from outside the school. The school's social participation guidelines, 716 and 717, focus on collaborative work. Teachers aim to improve student learning by fostering continuous excellence in teaching practices. Technical advice is designed to promote an educational practice that is in accordance with student needs. This is done by attending to students' individual characteristics and developing their potential. Students must be considered equal participants in school development and be allowed to develop their abilities in their own way. Special attention is given to those who are more vulnerable, which is inclusion. Attention is also given to promoting collaborative work, physical education, emotional support, intellectual development, and, of course, peace. Information is organized and materials are used that are appropriate to the student's profile and educational goals. Teachers must have a coherent discourse, and connection with the community is essential for the success of all this. Visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and social senses must be integrated for students to be able to think critically. Evaluation must be adapted and appropriate to the student's level of development. This presentation is designed to help you prepare for

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