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What are they? Free, one-hour, live, online seminars are led by an expert on the proposed theme and provide primary and secondary teachers with practical and methodological tools to be used in class. All webinars are recorded and posted on our YouTube channel and Virtual Community of Practice for your access.

 

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Title: Resilient Pedagogy: Classroom Strategies
Content: To share with education professionals and particularly teachers the results of a research carried out in 12 cities in the rural sector of Colombia on pedagogical strategies implemented to promote resilient processes in students, teachers and families, in view of the Colombian post-agreement; as a way to counteract the negative effects of the Colombian armed conflict in schools.
When: Tuesday. October 10th, 2017 at 12:00pm (EDT)
Speaker: Dr. Ana Elvira Castañeda Cantillo and Dr. Jose Arles Gómez Arévalo, Universidad Santo Tomás, Colombia
Language: Spanish
Cost: Free
Note: Registration is open to all those who are interested; however, please note that no certificates will be awarded for participation.
Synopsis here: PDF

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Title: Assistive Technology for Learning
Content: This webinar is aimed at teachers of all areas and levels who wish to create inclusive educational material. For this purpose, a brief overview of the origins and characteristics of this field will be presented first, to focus later on examples of design and creation of assistive technology based on the characteristics of its users.
When: Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 at 4:30pm (EDT)
Speaker: Dr. Paola Pérez Guarda, education specialist, Chile.
Language: English
Cost: Free
Note: Registration is open to all those who are interested; however, please note that no certificates will be awarded for participation.
Synopsis here: PDF

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Title: The Use of Participatory Methodologies (Research-Action) in the Educational Process and Critical Thinking
Content: The use of "Participatory Methodologies" in the educational process is a powerful tool to help teachers incorporate important knowledge to support critical thinking and is an alternative to include and work within intercultural and/or multilingual or lack of formal education contexts.
When: POSTPONED (TBD)
Speaker: Dr. Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano, specialist in social sciences and gender.
Language: Spanish
Cost: Free
Note: Registration is open to all those who are interested; however, please note that no certificates will be awarded for participation.
Synopsis here: PDF

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