The referent of the program of the Ministry of Education of Río Negro “A Rodar Escuelas”, Mariana Escale, spoke with Radio Noticias and referred to the achievements obtained.
As he commented, the program began in 2014 with the launch of the national initiative Connect Equality.
Asked about it, she said that after several years of work “we are beginning to have links with festivals in Argentina and Latin America.”
In this order, he commented that “two shorts from the group were winners of a festival in Puerto Rico, where we competed with schools from Colombia, Mexico, the US and Uruguay, among other countries.”
When asked about the “A Rodar Escuelas” program, he commented that “it belongs to the Ministry of Education of the province of Río Negro and its objective is to promote audiovisual production in schools in the territory.”
In fact, the program covers from kindergartens, primary, secondary and adult schools, as well as teacher training institutes.
The program explained, “it tries to link the languages of the arts with other spaces.”
When consulted by the startups, they reported that “it began in 2014 when Connect Equality arrived. It seemed to us that everything that had to do with the use of technology was important and that is how we started it.”
Since then the boys have been making different productions, “from a short film to fiction, always linking technology”.
After the launch of A Rodar Escuelas, “many proposals came to us and we realized that there was a lot of production and a diversity of voices and opinions that the students are having in the schools.”
This year “we launched the ninth call and all the production that has been taking place is on our YouTube channel.”
For this year “we are going to work on environmental education, comprehensive sexual education and education and memory”.
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