The fair for science, technology, art and the environment is approaching

The 2022 Science, Art, Technology and Environment Fair “Bhavan Gyan” will be organized by the Provincial Board of Education, through which will be presented The pedagogical challenges, both academic and communicative, include among others cultural, social, historical and technological aspects.

Brian Ledesma, Santa Cruz’s director of science, art, technology and environment told Timposur that they are currently working on “hybrid modularity.” We will make a zonal case by dividing the state into three zones: North Zone, Central Zone and South Zone and each zone will have a specific date. In the North Zone we will be on September 14, 15 and 16 and each day will be given for a particular educational level. For the central zone we have September 20, 21 and 22 and for the southern zone it will be 26, 27 and 28 (virtual mode). Then, the provincial example will take place in person on October 14 and 15 in the city of Rio Gallegos.

resign from the science fair

As this science fair resumes, the campus is one of Re-point the fair as a construction of concrete and real knowledge to be able to work on specific material for the design of programs in a persuasive way, excluding the conceptual rigidity of the subjects that bet on project-based learning.


As part of the fair, “a series of trainings will be organized for project consultants – teachers who decide to participate in or sponsor projects – and for science fair evaluators, who are the people who evaluate projects. “. has been submitted and that, based on this assessment, The selected projects will go to the provincial example – in the case of the zonal – and in the case of the provincial example they will go to the national which will in principle be developed in November” He added.

The development of the fair attempts to abandon some of the paradigms of traditional quantitative summative assessment. Conducting a formative assessment where feedback plays a fundamental role in the learning process, generating a relationship between assessor and assessor, providing a more qualitative perspective.

Ruby A. Robillard