Mexico, Nov. 8 (Notimex).- The international organization Hundred recognized the educational model developed and applied in Mexico by Unoi as one of the 100 most innovative and inspiring initiatives worldwide.
In that sense, it considered the model created in 2010 as the most important transformation movement in education in Latin America, at the World's Most Inspiring Innovations Summit in 2019.
The Hundred group highlighted Unoi as an education project integrated by technological innovation, by a pedagogy of learning in action and by multilingualism that prepares children and young people through a personalized approach.
The team of Unoi Mexico, a company of Editorial Santillana, created a comprehensive educational program inspired by the best practices in the world, which is based on pedagogy, printed and digital contents and learning environments.
Referred model places the student at the center of the educational process as an active protagonist, and responsible for their learning, Unoi said in a statement.
It also fosters children's curiosity and enthusiasm for learning, "dignifies them because it gives them back the right to speak in the classroom, develops their fundamental emotional skills, such as self-esteem and leadership, and teaches them to work as a team as a method to solve problems".
Currently the project is present in schools in each of the 32 states of the Mexican Republic, covers more than 115 thousand students and nine thousand 500 teachers.
"We are aware of the importance of developing human beings with the ability to make decisions and face the challenges of real life, so for us it is an honor and a great motivation to receive this recognition from an international organization as serious as Hundred", highlighted the general director of Unoi Mexico, José Carlos Dosal.
The executive added that the recognition is an indicator that "we are on the right track and that our mission to promote educational development in Mexico and Latin America is something that is worth investing, working and working hard."
The international organization Hundred is based in Finland and focuses on research and recognition of the most relevant educational innovation projects in the world.