The Education Area is the original seed of the Hebraic University . With transformations from its origins, it has always sought to be a framework where the problems and possible solutions of education are presented in their different frameworks and facets, from individual and social aspects to problems in our country and internationally. The Department of Education is committed to training professionals who are proposing to change and innovative solutions in educational fields, both formal and non-formal, trying to impact practices from classical and contemporary theoretical perspectives. The objective of this area is to offer undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs that allow professionals and people interested in the educational field to reflect on education that allows articulating concrete proposals in specific areas of education.
Master and Graduate in Philosophy from UNAM. He has extensive experience in the educational sector where he has served as Secretary General of the Division of Postgraduate Studies, Career Coordinator and Teacher at UNAM in various areas, Director of Distance Education and Academic Director at the University of the…
MODALITY: ONLINE MARCH-JUNE 2021
This program is taught in conjunction with one of the most recognized educational institutions in Israel – Gordon College Haifa Academic Institute of Higher Education . Recently, this institution has been ranked in the first place of the academic institutions of Israel, as well as the first place among the teacher training institutions. The main objective of this updating program is the training of highly qualified trainers to face the challenges of teaching in this half of the 21st century. The update program is divided into 3 different online courses , each one will consist of 4 synchronous sessions, in addition to asynchronous work. They are aimed at managers, university educators and the school system in general, who wish to update their pedagogical knowledge and enrich their teaching practices, by learning new ways of teaching in virtual environments, innovative teaching strategies, current educational theories and practices. Investment: Full program (3 courses): $ 29,982 MXN
Aimed at: upper secondary level teachers, robotics teachers and technology teachers. Regular cost: $ 4,750 Sign up until March 8 with a 20% discount Cost with benefit: $ 3,800
Directed: Teachers, managers and the general public, interested in knowing in depth the proposal of Reggio Emilia. Regular cost: $ 7,500 Register until January 25 with a 20% discount Cost with benefit: 4 payments of $ 1,500
Become a disruptive leader and generator of change in the education sector.
Educational institutions of the 21st century function in complex environmental realities and contexts, they are influenced by a variety of continuous changes in their immediate and immediate surroundings. Today it is necessary to develop a direction and leadership capable of responding effectively to the present and future reality to guarantee educational spaces. The capacity of an educational institution to improve depends on leaders who actively contribute to energize, support and encourage the educational community to generate a culture of learning and continuous improvement. In this context, the Hebraica University offers the Master in Management and Leadership of Innovative Educational Institutions. Why study the MASTER’S DEGREE at the UH?
It includes special seminars with the HEBRAICA seal, which delve into the theme of the 3 curricular axes: MANAGEMENT, EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION, LEADERSHIP.
Change the future of education in Mexico!
Are you interested in researching to generate innovative educational solutions and projects? Are you excited to direct environmental, artistic, cultural and human rights educational processes and projects? Do you want to develop as a group teacher? Would you like to design and evaluate educational software and technology? Why study the BACHELOR’S DEGREE at the UH? The Bachelor of Education is an academic program that forms flexible promoters of educational change, with a humanitarian sense and flexible practice, capable of effectively influencing the design of curricular proposals, didactic resources, virtual environments and other teaching-learning processes.