National Development Plan

Everything to counterpose a behaviorist, constructivist, system approach colonizer pedagogical approach to the educational as in complementarity. Multinational system of monitoring, measuring, evaluation and accreditation of the educational quality, is philosophically based on living well, that refers to a community coexistence with interculturality and without asymmetries of power. In this framework, is that the political Constitution of the State declares: Art. 8 (1) the State assumes and promotes as principles etico-Morales of the plural society: ama qhilla, ama llulla, ama suwa (don’t be slack, don’t be a liar or you are thief), suma qamana (live well), nandereko (harmonious life), teko kavi (good life), ivi maraei (land without evil) and qhapaj nan (road or noble life). Also, the National Development Plan says that living well posits a view cosmocentrica that exceeds the content ethnocentric. Living well, expresses the encounter between peoples and communities, respects the diversity and cultural identity. It means living well between us, is a community coexistence with interculturality without asymmetries of power, you can not live well if others live badly.

It is living as part of the community, with protection from it, in harmony with nature, living in balance with those around us. Also means living well with you and me that is different from Western living, which is individual separated from the others and even at the expense of others and separate nature 2. In the framework of the philosophy of living well, within the scope of education seeks a good education or good education for all, good learning and good teaching with direct participation of the community. This way the multinational system of monitoring, measuring, evaluation and accreditation of the educational quality, raises to perform an integral accompaniment to education, with the aim that all actors in the education and the community are complementary and together build a quality education, from the interaction, Exchange and cultural communication, based on the recognition and acceptance with the other.

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