The OEI -based at the City of Knowledge-, BBVA, MIDES and PAN ALFALIT conducted the training course for Early Childhood Education Agents: "Learning to better educate young children", aimed at parents who serve as teachers in the areas of Tocumen and San Miguelito.
The members of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Panama and 19 talented young musicians from 19 countries in Ibero-America, led by teachers Luis Cobos (Spain), Jorge Ledezma Bradley and Dino Nugent, of Panama, made the National Theatre vibrate Thursday night in the first presentation of the emerging Ibero-American Youth Orchestra.
Within the framework of the 7th Ibero-American Forum of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, the Ibero-American Orchestra -composed of talented young musicians from iberoamerican countries- visited the City of Knowledge where they ate at La Plaza.
On August 25, 2013, the Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Culture, Science and Technology (OEI) -located at the City of Knowledge- and Ganexa Art University, signed an Agreement of Cooperation and Technical Assistance.
The Organization of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture participated in the 9th International Book Fair of Panama, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Founding of the First Diocese in America -Santa María La Antigua- and the Sighting of the South Sea, which took place at the Atlapa Convention Center from August 21 to August 25, 2013.
On June 19, 2013, at the Las Perlas salon of the Club Unión, the OEI -based in the City of Knowledge-, Nutre Hogar and Nestlé presented the conference "Nutrition and Health: A commitment from everyone", which provided an opportunity to also commemorate the 25th anniversary of Nutre Hogar.
The OEI, based at the City of Knowledge, conducted the videoconference "Public Policies for Early Childhood" aimed at Institutions linked to childhood policies.
The OEI, Plan International, World Vision, based at the City of Knowledge, and Cartoon Network LA, presented the “Toolkit” against Bullying in an activity held on May 22, 2013.
The Training Sessions were held from February 4 to February 8, 2013, at the Educational Center “CEBG Sector Sur” of the Township of Tocumen, which brought together more than a hundred teachers.
In recent days a conversation was held about reflection and orientation to public policies for people of African descent from the consolidation of its protagonists: State, Education and Associations.
The training day for Panamanian teachers, with the Project “Despega Tocumen”, took place from January 21 to January 25, at the South Sector Educational Center in the township of Tocumen.
On January 14, 2013, the Secretary General of the OEI, based at the City of Knowledge, Álvaro Marchesi, and the Minister of Education, Lucy Molinar, signed a cooperation agreement whose overall objective is to carry out the project “Lights to Learn” in the Republic of Panama.
At a ceremony held on Thursday, December 20, 2012, the OEI, based at the City of Knowledge, made an educational endowment to 12 pre-schools belonging to the Mayor’s office of Panama.
The OEI, SEGIB, Central American Caribbean Cultural Corridor, AECID and SEEN, proclaimed Isla Colón as an emblematic spot of the Central American Caribbean Cultural Corridor, Chapter Panama "Afro-Descendant Heart".
With the presence of Professor Oria de Alvarado, Deputy Director of UDELAS Veraguas, another week of training was given by the OEI, located at the City of Knowledge, for students of the career in Special Education.
OEI, located at the City of Knowledge, through the Institute for Development and Educational Innovation, UDELAS and the University of Panama in Veraguas, conducted the Training Session: The Basics are Basic "Let’s live and play Math," from October 15 to October 19 2012.
The Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI) - based at the City of Knowledge – and the AECID, launched the facilitators training phase of the Support Project for Panamanian schools with people of African descent.
The Organization of Ibero-American States, based at the City of Knowledge, through the Institute for Development and Educational Innovation, will hold the inauguration of its stand at the 8th Panama International Book Fair 2012, located at the children area.
On the initiative of the OEI, organization based at the City of Knowledge, and with the aim of promoting an educational exchange, teachers from Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama conducted internships from July 30 to August 3.