Mexico City’s hybrid high school: a curriculum for citizenship construction

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Mexico City’s hybrid high school: a curriculum for citizenship construction

Dra. Guadalupe Vadillo
Bachillerato a Distancia, CUAED-UNAM
guadalupe_vadillo@cuaed.unam.mx

Lic. Mauricio Rodríguez
Secretario de Educación de la Ciudad de México
mrodriguez@educacion.df.gob.mx

Dra. Jackeline Bucio
Bachillerato a Distancia, CUAED-UNAM
jackeline_bucio@cuaed.unam.mx

Lic. Serafín López
Secretaría de Educación de la Ciudad de México
serafin.lopez@educacion.df.gob.mx

Mtra. Ana Lía Herrera-Lasso
Bachillerato a Distancia, CUAED-UNAM
ana_herrera@cuaed.unam.mx

Dra. Pilar Valencia
Bachillerato a Distancia, CUAED-UNAM
pilar_valencia@cuaed.unam.mx

Abstract

This article describes a proposed curriculum for a blended high-school program that will be offered by Mexico City’s (CDMX) ministry of education. After identifying the fundamental problems that affect CDMX, an interdisciplinary curriculum was designed, with the perspective of phenomenon based learning. Each of the interdisciplinary courses involves a project that explores actual problems, so that each student builds a proactive attitude towards citizenship through the continuous design and implementation of creative, feasible and scalable solutions.

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