The Councillor for Education of the City of Vera, Maria Montoya, opened last Friday at the Municipal Auditorium 'Ciudad de Vera' the "Second Conference on Education, Family and School "that, under the slogan 'New educational challenges. New ways to educate ', They were attended by Dr. in psychology from the University of Cordoba, Olga Gomez, Judge Emilio Calatayud and. In the opening speech, Maria Montoya made reference to "new educational challenges that today's society demands and that we must face as professionals in the education field, or as parents, open to new technologies where most of the information comes through social networks and control them is necessary to make proper use them society ". The need for creativity and emotional intelligence in the prime people on other aspects, were, along with the need to listen to children, some of the arguments on which stressed the Councillor for Education.
Felix Lopez, mayor veratense, He then noted the new school issues, "Including harassment and absenteeism. Hence, and Vera, the City Council, we have put the figure of the Tutor Agent for anyone to feel unprotected in the school environment, and for parents and innocent mothers can trust that we respond and solutions to a latent problem that is topical ". With the desire that the school community is involved in education, Felix Lopez gave way to Olga Fernandez.
'Bullying and Family' was the paper developed by Psy.D., which she began its exposure congratulating the City of Vera for winning the 'Award for Best Municipal Practices in Dropout Prevention and Care 2016 Bullying'. bullying, bullying, school life, were some of the words addressed by Olga Fernandez. About school life, Dr. in Piscología exposed that "altered by the anti-social-behavior disruptiveness, conflicts, indiscipline and violence, last element that straddles indiscipline and conflict ". "The whole school community", Olga Fernandez noted, "Must intervene to eradicate this type of violent dynamics". Also, and referring to bullying, He raised the need for concerted efforts between family and school to combat bullying. As for bullying, "One of its features is the persistence over time and is an element that alters coexistence", added.
For his part, Emilio Calatayud, full member of the Juvenile Court in Granada, to confer about 'Education in the XXI century' warned speak on their behalf and on anyone else related to the judiciary. With a colloquial language, llano, simple, calling bread, pan, and wine, came, Calatayud pocketed the first change to the public that filled the Municipal Auditorium 'Ciudad de Vera'. "Here we have", said the magistrate, "Complex young democracy. Among other things, us the authority of the teacher or parent is recognized because it has lost the sense of authority ". "It's not about making more laws", Emilio Calatayud continued, "And we, what happens is that political parties do not compromise a Law of Education, in education we are all involved ". Judge Emilio Calatayud narrated some of the more than 17.000 sentences 'copies' which has issued over the years and that has been reflected in several books.
The juvenile judge of Granada stressed that increase the crimes of abuse of children to parents, the same way that crimes are increasing by mobile, and something that attracted wide attention: abuse of adopted children to their adoptive parents.