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Importance of Teacher Training Incorporating Sustainability in their Subjects from the Life Cycle Approach in Higher School of Computation (ESCOM-IPN)

  • Valery Viridiana Garibay HuertaEmail author
  • Juan Jesus Gutiérrez García
  • Mónica Martínez Zamudio
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Part of the Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics book series (SPBE)

Abstract

The quality of education in a country is not superior to the quality of its teaching staff. If the teacher is the key to the quality of teaching, it is necessary that the educational action of the teachers is improved taking into consideration a specific social and cultural context, and specific educational and work conditions. Likewise, as part of the Accreditation Council of the Teaching of Engineering, CA (CACEI), the design of engineering, the integration of natural sciences and engineering sciences should be evaluated. This is a process that can refer to safety, environmental and social factors. In complementary courses it must include sustainable development, the impact of technology on society, care for the environment, professional ethics, etc. From this perspective, this article exposes the importance of the incorporation of energy focused on the life cycle in the projects and subjects that the teacher has in the Higher School of Computing.

Keywords

Sustainability Teacher training Higher education Technological solutions 

Notes

Acknowledgment

The results of this work were developed within the framework of the research project: Training proposal for the curricular sustainability of the Higher School of Computing with registration number assigned by the SIP: 20195265. Developed in Instituto Politécnico Nacional.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Escuela Superior de Cómputo-Instituto Politécnico NacionalCDMX, MexicoMexico
  2. 2.Unidad Profesional Interdisciplinaria de Biotecnología-Instituto Politécnico NacionalCDMX, MexicoMexico

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