Coordination of Basic Sciences
The main objective of the Coordination of Basic Sciences is:
Direct the planning, organization, control and evaluation of the development of academic activities that are first to third semester, through the following functions:
- Lead, organize, coordinate, monitor and evaluate teaching activities office and laboratory manager in its theoretical and practical aspects in accordance with the plan and existing curricula.
- Monitor and evaluate the development of program content, suggesting readjustments plans and curricula, as needed and appropriate.
- Guide the staff in the selection and application of methods and teaching aids have to support the development of program content.
- Oversee the development of teaching-learning process is carried out according to plan and existing curricula.
- Monitor the achievement of students appropriate to the educational objectives outlined in the existing curriculum.
- Coordinate the activities of the academies of the areas or subjects of their competition.
- Encourage the upgrading and teacher training.
- Spread among the teaching staff in charge of schedules and mechanisms established by the institution for carrying out the activities of the Coordination of Student Services.
- Ensure the improvement of student performance and promote strategies to strengthen the student's acquired knowledge.
- Coordinate and supervise work placements in laboratories.
- Advising teachers on the stages of organization, programming and evaluation activities of the teaching-learning.
- Teachers to guide the correct interpretation of laws and regulations applicable to the assessment and promotion of students.
- Ensure that communication and relationship between student and teacher to be ongoing and continuous.
- Collaborate in planning school: distribution of students, courses and teachers for subjects, areas, levels and / or specialties.
- Participate in co-curricular academic activities.
M. Oscar Ismael Fabián Jarquín
Academic coordination and Basic Sciences
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 June 2011 23:44