KidZania Santiago Organizes its first Education Seminar "Leaders of the Future – 2014"

SANTIAGO, Chile. KidZania Journal. May 10, 2014. (English). How to captivate the students of the current generation? This was the main question around KidZania Santiago’s first Latin American Education Seminar “Leaders of the Future – 2014”, to which more than 2,000 best-selling Latin American authors and specialists attended today at the Mapocho Station Cultural Center in Santiago.

The objective of the seminar was to share simple and practical teaching strategies –putting theory into practice– through an interactive seminar that combined keynote speakers, interviews and participation from the audience.

Among the main speakers in the event were: Mr. Xavier López Ancona –President of KidZania–, renowned psychologist Pilar Sordo, Sylvia Langford –Creator of the Langford method–, Pablo Menichetti –educational coach–, Patricia May –anthropologist–, and Claudio Lucero –mountain climbing expert.

President López presented the story of our beloved nation and the importance of edutainment and KidZania as a key supporter to the education of the world’s youth.

 

Mr. Xavier López -President of KidZania-, during his keynote presentation

Mr. Xavier López -President of KidZania-, during his keynote presentation

From left to right: Mr. Pedro Tagle -Governor, KidZania Chile- and Mr. Xavier López -President of KidZania-

From left to right: Mr. Pedro Tagle -Governor, KidZania Chile- and Mr. Xavier López -President of KidZania-

The Mapocho Station Cultural Center in Santiago was the venue where over 2,000 Latin American education specialists gathered together for the first Latin American Education Seminar "Leaders of the Future - 2014"

The Mapocho Station Cultural Center in Santiago was the venue where over 2,000 Latin American education specialists gathered together for the first Latin American Education Seminar “Leaders of the Future – 2014”

 

 

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