AprendoEnCasa is an initiative born in 2020 during the pandemic, as a result of a previous educational innovation undertaking called Ecosisteam, developed by professor Richard Elmore (RIP), aimed at supporting school communities, teachers and students to improve learnings in hybrid contexts. Over 70 organizations from across the Americas and Spain are part of the #AprendoEnCasa network. Together, they offer free digital tools and training in the following areas: Technologies for Learning, Transforming Learning Methodologies, 21st Century Skills, Social Emotional Development, and Leading Educational Change.
This Initiative is comprised of:
- A learning lab within an international cycle conference with Harvard professors
- A series of learning circles developed by AprendoEnCasa’s leading organizations
- A professional development program led by Kay Merseth, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE).
The initiative is developed by Fundación Reimagina and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (Harvard’s Regional Office in Chile), with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Santiago and the BHP Foundation.