Projects to improve technological education have been developed for the purpose of enriching the scientific-technological training of students while strengthening their skills to secure a job in changing labour contexts.
These projects are innovative not only on account of the technological resources used in the classrooms, workshops and laboratories, but also because of the synthesis between theory and practice. Activities are designed to help students hypothesize, experiment, explore, analyse, test, and make decisions through problem-posing and problem-solving methodologies.
- Automation and Control Project: The Use of PCs for Control
- Electric Circuits: Analysis and Design
- Electronic Control and Problem-Solving
- Low-Cost Water Bio-Depuration
- Mechanisms and Machines: Analysis, Design and Construction
- Mobile Robots: Robotics and Vehicle Programming
- Robotics Club
- Telecommunications: from the Telegraph to the Internet
- Vegetable Productivity: Design and Installation of Manual and Automatic Irrigation Systems
- Design of a Social Rural Vechicle
- Special Project: Eye Mouse