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Mapping of Good Practices in Digital Education of the Americas

Mapping of Good Practices in Digital Education of the Americas


Do you have a good practice in digital education?

The Alliance of the OAS and ProFuturo Foundation are looking for you! Join our project to create a map with the most innovative practices that have been carried out in the Americas between 2020, 2021 and 2022. This activity calls for projects focused on digital education and new technologies developed by schools and/or civil society organizations of Latin America and the Caribbean.


To consult the most up-to-date information on the outstanding practices, the status of the recognitions and the map of Good Practices, click here:



If you are interested in knowing more, discover our call and special information:

The mapping of good practices of the OAS - ProFuturo alliance seeks to contribute to the visibility of actions developed in schools, promoted by civil society organizations, management teams and teachers of the Americas in accompanying children and youth in the return to face-to-face schooling. 

Each of the experiences presented will be valued and a special focus will be placed on those practices that consider accompanying school trajectories and improving learning, involving innovative resources from the pedagogical point of view and that incorporate new digital technologies as resources that make strategies viable. 

Find the bases and conditions of the mapping here.

Good practices may apply:
  • Civil Society Organizations from Latin American and Caribbean countries; and
  • Educational institutions of state or private management, of Initial, Primary or Secondary level of all modalities, provided that they are duly recognized as such by the competent governmental entity of Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The participating Entities may apply for more than one good practice, as long as it has been developed by a different teacher, director or representative of a different civil society organization.


In this mapping we define good practice as the initiatives developed by, or aimed at, educational institutions in Latin American and Caribbean countries that meet the following characteristics: 
  1. They propose creative and innovative strategies in their design and application to respond to the challenges of school reconnecting with children and adolescents;
  2. It is implemented from a collaboration between the management and teaching teams and has the potential to link other actors in the educational community, as well as other institutions that collaborate with its execution and sustainability;
  3. They present implementation advances that meet the objectives of the initiative , demonstrating a tangible improvement in the face of the problem or need identified in the context of school reconnecting with students; and
  4. They have the potential to be replicated in similar contexts with the necessary adaptations.
The good practice must have started at least in 2020 and be active by the date of the meeting.


The good practices presented will be analyzed based on the following criteria:

  1. Human rights and equity approach: Good practice is based on a human rights and equity approach and includes a gender perspective. It is intended for institutions and/or students in conditions of socio-economic vulnerability paying attention to minority groups (migrant and/or rural and/or indigenous population and/or with disabilities, or others).
  2. Innovation: Good practice proposes a novel pedagogical strategy to achieve the desired purpose linked to the monitoring of the process, the recovery of learning and/or the promotion of skills and competences. It contemplates the multidisciplinary approach, project-based learning, the use of data and/or information management for the monitoring of trajectories and/or the promotion of skills and competences (transferable and digital).
  3. Integration of ICT and TACS in the school and/or classroom: Good practice integrates ICT (information and communication technologies) and/or TACs (learning and knowledge technologies) into classroom and/or institutional management processes to promote the involvement of students with the school (school trajectory) and/or to promote the recovery of learning and/or the development of skills and competences.
  4. Articulation and collaboration: Good practice promotes the active participation of students and other members of the educational community, as well as involvement with other schools and/or different sectors (CSOs, international organizations, private sector, local community, others) in the implementation of the practice.
  5. Sustainability and replicability: Good practice is structured and can be disseminated for replication contemplating possible context adaptations. It is feasible to implement with the resources present in the schools or few additional resources and/or investments.
  6. Systematization and results: Good practice is systematized (objectives, processes, components and activities defined in pursuit of an achievement) and has result indicators on the progress of implementation linked to the improvement of school trajectories and/or the recovery of learning and/or the development of skills and skillis.


At the end of the call:

  • A systematization will be elaborated on all the good practices presented that meet the selection criteria, seeking to publicize the type of initiatives developed through a compendium of good educational practices.
  • The good practices presented that meet the selection criteria will be published on an interactive map hosted on a web page of the OAS Educational Portal as a repository open to the general public.
  • Develop a video that will be disseminated in social networks and other media seeking to give visibility to the most outstanding practices presented to which a certification will be provided by the OAS General Secretariat recognizing good educational practice.
  • Selection of 4 good practices agents (two nominated by educational entities, and two nominated by representatives of civil society organizations) who will be invited to appoint a teacher linked to good practice to attend the EnlightED 2022 event to be held in November in Madrid, Spain. Participation includes a round trip air ticket for each designated teacher, accommodation for 4 nights and per diem for the amount determined by the Organizers.


By providing the information requested by this act, you consent to the processing of your personal data by the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (GS/OAS) exclusively for the development and monitoring of the Mapping of Good Practices in Digital Education of the Americas.  (hereinafter Program) and to share future activities and opportunities of the GS/OAS. The Processing of Personal Data includes the collection, storage, use, transfer, disclosure and deletion of the files of the GS/OAS, regardless of whether the handling is automated or not.

In some cases, the GS/OAS may share your Personal Data with third parties when the purpose for which it was collected so requires, including for program audit purposes or at the request of the donor funding the Program. The GS/OAS does not sell Personal Data to third parties.

After reviewing the call requirements:
1. Click here to access the registration form.
2. When this process is completed, you will receive a confirmation email
3. Remember that the deadline to submit your application is September 8th, 2022, 11:59 p.m. Time Washington
4. You will have the option to interrupt and resume the registration process at any time by registering as a user of the Educational Portal of the Americas. To do so, click on the orange button in the upper right corner.  

Doubts and questions can be sent to the mail: [email protected]

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Modality: Virtual

Duration: 1 week(s)

Start: August 08 2022

Weekly dedication: 1 hours

Application deadline: September 18 2022

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