EducaTec is the science, arts and technology fair organized by the educational portfolio each year at the Innovation Center. In the preface to the 2022 edition, the proposal was repeated in a itinerant way in the cities of the interior with the aim of bringing different educational approaches to children, youth and adults in a playful way.
The week began in Piazza Bartolome Mitre de Simoca with the participation of the Minister of Education, Isabelle love your self Perez and the mayor Marcelo Smith. This interactive fair offers diverse experiences in science, arts, and technology to girls and boys. As our Minister expressed, we continue to deepen science learning through fun experiments. “Many thanks to the entire Simuka management team,” said Amati Perez.
Mayor Herrera then took the floor, commenting, “It is a gift that our Governor and our Minister of Education are giving us on vacation. That the boys can try new things. So happy to see the children so happy. Today they are happy and they are learning.” The week continued at the Tafe del Valle Municipal Democracy Complex. The conference was attended by the Secretary of State and School Administration Strengthening, Jose Luis Gonzalez, and Mayor Francisco Caleva.
We thank the Minister of Education, his team and the municipality employees who worked. People are happy, we are on vacation and this is very important. We also have the community commissioners in attendance, and we talk and work together so that things go as well as possible,” Kalifa spoke.
“First of all, I thank the local administration for making EducaTec Roaming efficient. Many locals attended and this is very important to us. We did not want the inner cities to stop learning about EducaTec and spreading science and technology. Boys learn through these learning spaces where they fit in with the knowledge Education does not stop even during the holidays. In every municipality, there is a turnout, and the truth is that seeing the number of children involved makes us happy,” Gonzalez said.
Jorge crossThe commissioner of the Muller said: “It is an event with a very high attendance. It is a fun attraction for children as they learn as well as have fun. There are a lot of kids who don’t get a chance to see something like this, so they are grateful for that.” One of the workshop participants, Fernanda, highlighted: “We are in a digital technology platform. We have a Montessori light box that shows us the different colors. We also asked Participants were asked to ask themselves how colors are created. Some were encouraged to think of stories.”
Wrap up the week at the Puerto Argentino complex in the town of El Cadilal. The exhibition was accompanied by the Undersecretary of State for Educational Welfare, Javier Palacios. “A very nice experience, an alternative for family and tourists in droves. The Ministry’s success in bringing science into the province to arouse the interest of the children. A complete and recommended sample,” he commented.
EducaTec 2022, the interactive space for science and technology publishing, will open its doors at CIIDEPT from August 24 to September 21 and will have the support of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Science and Technology for the Nation and the Ministry of Culture for the Nation.
Next week the traveling exhibition will visit these municipalities:
* July 26 from 2 to 7 pm: Lawless (Piazza Julio 9)
* July 27 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm: Burruyacu (Plaza Belgrano)
* July 28 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm: Yerba Buena (Old Square)
* July 29 from 2 to 7 p.m.: Famaillá (Mallvinas Argentinas Complex)