The  pedagogical model known as experiential education develops the ability  of people to learn from their own experience, using a formal, functional  and well-developed methodology.

Benefits of Experiential Education

Experiential education promotes personal growth based on self-knowledge. Because it generates awareness processes from constant reflection.

It is a method based on a permanent interaction between action and reflection. This favors the possibility of generating positive changes from both individual and collective points of view.

Summary of Our Programs


The  Salvadoran Center for the Promotion of Experiential Education is the  greatest effort of the Foundation for Experiential Education Pablo Tesak  is the promotion of methods and education derived from the educational  philosophy of John Dewey. Our main focus is the educational centers of the republic: public, catholic, evangelical and private. Also, twenty-five percent of our work is done in communities through cultural committees formed by our cultural promoters.


The  Interpretation Center promotes knowledge of the culture of our  ancestors that developed and flourished thousands of years ago. 

Our  original culture was characterized by the creation of diverse verbal  and written languages, particular construction techniques and productive  agricultural systems.


The  Yulkuikat Theater (Song of the Heart), place where the word and song  endures, was born in 2014. 

With capacity for 175 people, the Yulkuikat  Theater is a genuine space where different theatrical artistic  expressions converge, such as dance, music, puppets , juggling and works.


Our park  contains 55 elements between high ropes and low ropes put in function of  providing learning experiences to various sectors of society such as:  educational centers, churches, NGOs, ADESCOS, universities, government  institutions, firefighters, rescue teams, companies, among others.

We promote and strengthen areas such as: organization, leadership, communication, teamwork, self-esteem and confidence.


The  Initiative for Peace works in cities or communities where violence has a  high impact, one of the first responses of people is to move away from  risky sites. This means that public spaces are being  abandoned and that participation in community activities is increasingly  restricted, more oriented to the private space.

What were once open areas and neighborhoods become closed communities, this is what we try to avoid. That communities open up to others through a culture of peace.


Our Programs