With the aim of contributing to the society and the promotion of talent we constantly seek links between economic activity, education, training and the academic world.
The outlook for teachers around the world today is highly complex. Every day they face the challenge of engaging students who are different from those of the past and do not respond to the same stimuli, partly due to the influence of new technologies. To capture their attention, it is necessary to understand how the human brain works during learning, and this is where neurodidactics comes into play.
We want to create a more sustainable world, with stable economies and more just and inclusive societies. A difficult but not unattainable target if we can count on involvement of governments, institutions, businesses, and, above all, a responsible and committed public.
Although the methodology is not new, Design Thinking is increasingly present in the business world because of its ability to generate innovation in the development of new products and services. The key? It is a different way of thinking and acting that not only gives rise to innovative ideas, but also drives and strengthens talent.
The acronym STEM education encompasses careers related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The new digital era and the acceleration of technological advances have made STEM professionals to be the most sought-after by companies.
It is as important to have a good idea as it is to find the right mentors and be able to listen to them. Víctor Melgarejo is a mentor at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and, because of his long experience, he has a perfect understanding of the characteristics that an entrepreneur needs to have.