Within the framework of the subject Critical Pedagogy, the School of Languages will hold the social campaign How to identify students who… This meeting will have presentations and interactive exhibitions that will be shown on February 28 and March 1.
The activity is under the direction of professor Margarita Daza Murcia, who seeks to raise awareness and sensitize future graduates on the importance of knowing how to address issues such as mental health, gender violence, drug addiction and xenophobia.
This space will be open to the public and will offer relevant information to teachers in training to identify situations and behaviors in children, adolescents and young people that require attention and support. It will also provide them with strategies to act in a timely and appropriate manner in the face of these problems. These exhibitions will be available to the public in the hallway of the second floor of the Faculty of Human Sciences, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on the days previously mentioned. The invitation is open to the entire university community and citizens to participate in this event.