The result of this research is based on two educational experiences in the Ecuadorian Amazon jungle:
- WORKSHOP I – Indigenous Community SHUIN MAMUS.
Achuar children were taught Arts Education and university students of the Degree in Bilingual Intercultural Education, computer literacy in SHUIN MAMUS indigenous community (videos).
- WORKSHOP II – Indigenous school AMAUTA ÑANPI.
Students in 5th grade of the Bachelor of Intercultural Bilingual Education Unit AMAUTA ÑANPI, in Puyo, were taught to use the blog as a tool of Web 2.0 with their artistic drawings (Blog AmautaPuyo).
The research reflects on the need for a global education, and how by combining the two indicators of Educational Goals for 2021
, set by the Organization of Iberoamerican States (OEI), to increase the number of hours in Arts Education and to promote the use of New Technologies in education, and one of the Millennium Development Goals
, education can be improved in countries where there is a strong digital divide.