The book chapter is a contribution to education and is based on the development of didactic materials for the social transformation of children, youth and adolescents (NNJA) from the teaching-learning of Chemistry. Thus, they were taught to prepare materials, prepare organic fertilizers, and implement hydroponic crops with a view to solving real problems in everyday life from the teaching-learning of Chemistry, made with apprentices of the Atlantic Regional Seine. Practical work was carried out in the elaboration of organic fertilizers with a view to strengthening the culture on care and conservation of the environment, in which they are immersed. Likewise, a socio-demographic diagnostic assessment is made where it is detected that these children, youth and adolescents live in vulnerable sectors, with low economic resources from their family income and a medium level of malnutrition. An educational project of social transformation is implemented in this vulnerable population that have been trained with transmission processes in schools, affecting in large part the social growth of these families. In conclusion, a creative and dynamic pedagogical work was observed by the apprentices of the Technical Secondary Education offered by the SENA National Learning Service in the educational institutions of the department of Atlántico, taking as an example in the lower grades of the school environments, and it is clear that it is a didactic alternative that can be used in education through the teaching-learning processes of chemistry. PALABRA CLAVES: Educación, transformación social, materiales didácticos, enseñanzaaprendizaje, Química. KEYWORD: Education, social transformation, didactic materials, teaching-learning, Chemistry. 57 RETOS Y DESAFIOS Perspectivas de la Educación y La Empresa

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