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Support for learning program

The mission of Special Programs is to evaluate, develop, and implement learning
programs, using counseling, recreational activities, sports, unique activities, and services
requiring social and academic interaction. Educarte students are provided the
opportunity for physical, emotional, and intellectual development. Academic support
programs are created and implemented for students on an individual basis.

The program includes the following services:

· Advice for high school students 

· Special needs and adaptations

 · Support for language learning.

Special needs program

The program is designed for students with educational special needs that requires curricular adaptations. Every student in this program receives personalized attention.

The department designs individual academic programs for each student, with objectives and contents according to observed achievement levels of each subject.  Emphasis is placed on attaining student independence.

The program uses a variety of materials, tailored individual learning styles, and an integrated approach to enrich the learning process and achieve meaningful learning outcomes.

Together, the Educarte educational psychologist and teachers provide the students with the necessary support through various school activities.

Guidance Department

The Guidance Department provides support and advice to students for their social, academic and vocational development through specialized services that offer information, intervention,  and the coordination of educational resources of the community.

At Educarte we strive to help our students reach their full potential by developing their academic and physical skills as well as their communication proficiency.


Early stimulation program in Pre-maternal

In Pre Maternal, we are working on an Early Stimulation plan, created by the Psychology Specialist, Maria Fernanda Velazco,. She has developed an excellent plan for students in Pre Maternal (Children 10 months to 2 years and 3 months).

Early Stimulation is:

  • A fun and easy way to connect parents with their children as well as teachers with the child. It is important to keep in mind that it is he or she who determines the pace and timing of the activity.
  • A positive attitude towards the development of the baby. There must always be encouragement and, above all, belief in their capabilities.
  • A set of activities that are developed to ignite the student’s creativity.
  • A way to promote optimal health in babies.
  • A tool for the baby to learn to become interested in things, which is correlated to the development of the baby’s abilities (mobiles in cribs help with the development of sight, ambient music is related to hearing and emotional tranquility; textured toys aid in learning through touch, etc.).
  • The beginning of a proper development of the skills and personality of the child.
  • A series of activities to be developed steadily, which are created to be fun and interesting for the child (hence the importance of teacher and parent creativity). If there is no knowledge of the activities, the child will learn them.
  • A way for the child to reach autonomy and security, so that in the future they may separate from adults without fear and with certainty.

How early stimulation works:

It takes place in the early stages of life, for it is this period that children will learn the foundational skills to reach their full potential in life.

Main skills:
Skills that seek to promote early stimulation in children include language, movement, and psychological /psychosocial development (learning to develop relationships with others).
By using these skills, humans can integrate into their community and develop a meaningful life. If there is a lack of these skills, they must work to develop them and thereby achieve a balance that leads the student to a proper integration with their social environment. The child should develop the maximum amount of skills to give them more tools to properly integrate into the world.