Exhibitions by mothers of families
Last Tuesday, March 7, a PBL (Problem Based Learning) class was held at the Teatrino Don Os, in which some mothers of seventh grade students were invited to discuss the topic of “Culture, tradition and rupture in Colombia”. The guests approached the topic from different perspectives, in addition to explaining the changes that have taken place in our country over the years, and the effects that these transformations have had on Colombian identity.
Through face-to-face presentations and interactive videos, the mothers instructed the children about the importance of being educated in the recognition and respect of Colombian culture. These classes allowed the students to learn about the history and values of our country’s culture, as well as the appreciation of cultural diversity.
The students had the opportunity to listen to their mothers and their friends’ mothers, cultured women with a rich interiority and a great love for Colombian customs. This allowed them to learn more about the cultural heritage they have passed down through generations, which will surely influence their education and the way they look at the world.
These types of activities will continue throughout the year, since in addition to benefiting the students’ learning, they serve to strengthen family ties.