SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
We integrate technology as a basic instrument in our educational model.
Technology is used for the interaction between all agents of the educational community and in teaching-learning processes.
We base scientific learning on experimentation.
SPACES & MOMENTS FOR TECHNOLOGY
- We fully integrate all the areas of the educational community into the Educamos digital environment.
- We integrate technology and the digital world into teaching-learning processes, especially from 5th grade using the 1×1 model. We have Touch Panels in each of the classrooms. We take advantage of the opportunities presented by the digital world for the successful development and autonomy of our students.
- We have incorporated technology into our new educational spaces: accesses, lighting management, air conditioning, emission control, etc...
- Scientific specialization begins in childhood and culminates in the technology rooms and the physics and chemistry laboratories in secondary and baccalaureate programs.
We educate students to act responsibly within reality.
Hablar de la Real Sociedad es hablar de San Sebastián y de sus ciudadanos/as. Es un tándem inseparable, ya que no se puede entender la Real sin sus aficionados ni a los aficionados sin la Real. Son 2 caras de la misma moneda. Por ello, la Real Sociedad y la ciudad, a través de Fomento San Sebastián, se dan la mano para lanzar, en el marco de la VIIª Semana de la Innovación, un reto que ayude a seguir acercando a la Real a sus aficionados.
2nd-year Baccalaureate students attended an information day on Data Science, organized by Fomento Donostia during Donostia Innovation Week. This event took place in the auditorium of the University of Deusto.
In the experimentation workshop, we worked on the concept of measurements, using children's shoes, our footprints and those of dinosaurs to measure different spaces. It was so much fun!
Science and knowledge are the foundations for building Gipuzkoa's #future. That is why it is so important to awaken the curiosity in the young, which is at the heart of the JAKIN-MINA program.