Between December 11 and 15, students from Pedagogy in Biology and Science And Pedagogy in Chemistry and Science From the University of Playa Ancha, I traveled to Yerba Loca Park, located in the Farillon sector, municipality of Lo Barnecchia, Metropolitan Area.
The field activity was carried out within the framework of the topics of environment, natural resources and chemical technology, with the aim of applying the scientific content and skills typical of courses in the natural and environmental field, through practical activities in the open air. to the biological diversity of the protected area.
The future teachers traveled in the company of the Director of Pedagogy in Biology and Science, Jorge Zamorano, academics in the said profession Pamela Ramirez Verdugo and Claudia Antenao Canelo, and Professor Mauricio Valenzuela Harrington, together with Academician of Pedagogy in Chemistry and Science, Cecilia Rivera Castro, who evaluated the experiment Very positively, the most important of which is the students’ performance in preparing their research projects that were developed within 3 days.
“This included having to present and analyze pre-project and sample data, as well as giving a presentation to defend their findings and conclusions, which resulted in the creation of proposals of a very good standard, highlighting in their research questions the complementarity between the disciplines of both disciplines. Races. The methodology allows us Fieldwork This in a short period gets to know the basic elements of a scientific project and requires organization and very demanding teamwork, skills that will be very useful for the development of future projects and for future teachers in their work with their students,” explained Dr. Jorge Zamorano Miranda.