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This year, our international Moot aims to allow teachers and researchers of foreign languages and second languages to socialize challenges, perspectives, and significant actions they experience every day in their different educative contexts. We invite professors, teachers, and students to share with us their knowledge, to show the world those actions that are lowering inequalities inside urban and rural contexts, and to keep promoting education as a way to transform students’ lives.

8:45 am

Openning

9:00 am

Karen Jogan

Dr. Karen Jogan

Academic Profile:

Karen Jogan PhD is Professor of Spanish at Albright College in Reading Pennsylvania. She was a Fulbright Senior Lecturer in TEFL in Peru and later in Chile. In addition to many presentations for foreign language and ESL teachers in the U.S., she has been a frequent presenter at TESOL International and for TESOL affiliates in the US and in Latin America.

Lecture “The Road Ahead: maps and end points for EFL performance”
The ELT classroom experience leads to opportunities beyond the classroom, but how do we connect curriculum with the students' future goals? We will examine curriculum mapping guidelines; identify authentic tasks which relate to the world beyond the classroom; suggest assessment tools; and explore how the ELT classroom can move beyond the classroom and into the job workplace.

10:00 am

Lorena Osorio YMCA

Diana Lorena Osorio Pacheco

Academic profile:

Lorena Osorio is an English language teacher at Centro Colombo Americano and a bilingual leader and volunteer from YMCA Colombia. She holds a BA in English Philology from Universidad Nacional. In addition, she is in her second year of the MSc in Administration at the same University. Lorena is a passionate teacher, researcher and student. Her areas of interest involve critical thinking, organizational communication and phonetics and phonology.

Workshop: Camp to Classroom: Beyond English Language Teaching
(Pre-registered participants only.)

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10:40 am

Frank Giraldo

Mg. Frank Giraldo

Academic Profile:

Frank Giraldo is a professor and researcher at the foreign languages department of Universidad de Caldas in Manizales, Colombia. His main research and academic interest is the interface between Language Assessment Literacy (LAL) and teachers' professional development.

Lecture Title:

Why we need LAL to be better language teachers

11:40 am

Concurrent Sessions: The concurrent sessions will be held from 11:40 am. – 12:20 pm. Audience will be asked to join the breakout room of their choice.

12:20 pm

Lunch

2:00 pm

Oderay Quijada

Mg. Oderay Quijada

Academic Profile:

Oderay Quijada graduated from the University of Panama with a B.A. in English, and she got her Master’s degree in TESOL from Universidad Latina de Panama. She has more than 20 years of teaching experience at different levels in public and private institutions. Oderay, Panama TESOL Past President, has participated as presenter at Panama Tesol, ACPI Tesol (Costa Rica), NICA Tesol, Beta Tesol (Bolivia), and HELTA Honduras Tesol. She currently works at the University of Panama and I.P.T. Don Bosco.

Lecture Title:

ELT in Panamá: Opportunities and challenges

2:40 pm

Graduates panel: “Graduates experiences in diversity: challenges and outreach”
(Live Streaming)

3:20 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm

Isabel De la Rosa

Dr. María Isabel De La Rosa

Academic Profile:

Doctor Isabel Vazquez de la Rosa has worked as an English teacher for 14 years in the different academic levels. She’s worked at university level for the last 10 years. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Teaching English from the University of Guanajuato, Mexico, a Master's Degree in Teaching English at the University of Southampton in United Kingdom, an academic stay in terms of updating academy at the University of Kansas, United States; so as an academic exchange to Mount Royal University in Alberta, Canada.

She is the head of the Self-directed Learning Center of the Yuriria Headquarters of the Engineering Division of the University of Guanajuato. She has collaborated in different educational research projects and the impact of the use of Technology in the development of autonomous learning. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Language Studies and Applied Linguistics at the Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico. Her research interests now is focused on the development and improvement of non-native English teachers’ language skills.

Lecture Title:

Oral Corrective Feedback: A Comparison of Teachers’ Choice and Learners’ Perceptions in University Basic Levels

9:00 am

Raul Alberto Mora

Dr. Raul Alberto Mora

Academic Profile:

Dr. Raúl Alberto Mora is Associate Professor of English Education and Literacy Studies at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Medellín. He is currently an instructor in the BA in English-Spanish Education, the MA in Learning and Teaching Processes in Second Languages, and the Doctorate in Education. Dr. Mora holds a B.A. in Modern Language Education from Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, an M.A. in Teacher Education, and a Ph.D. in Language and Literacy, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was awarded a Fulbright Graduate Scholarship to pursue his M.A. at Illinois and is a member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi since 2009. He was selected as the 2019 winner of the Divergent Award for Excellence in 21st Century Literacies Research in recognition of his contribution as an international scholar to the field of literacy via his work with the Literacies in Second Languages Project. He is one of the co-founders of the Transnational Critical Literacies Network (TCLN) and co-editor of the forthcoming Handbook of Critical Literacies.

Lecture Title:

"Literacies in Second Languages: Tweaking theory, transforming praxis, reinventing education"

10:00 am

 Enrique Linan

Mg. Enrique Liñan

Academic Profile:

Mr Liñan has taught ESOL at all levels for more than fifteen years in Perú and the US. He holds a MA degree in Romance Linguistics from the University of Georgia (USA). As a teacher trainer, Enrique has presented in a number of national and international events and has worked as ELT consultant educational institutions both Perú and abroad. He currently works as the Training Manager for Peace Coprs Perú, and he also serves as an IELTS specialist for IDP centers in Perú and Brazil

Lecture Title:

Techniques for Promoting Learner Agency in Virtual Learning Environments

10:40 am

Yamith Fandino

Dr. Yamith Fandiño

Academic Profile:

YAMITH JOSÉ FANDIÑO PARRA holds a B.A. in English Philology from the National University of Colombia and an M.A. in Teaching from Universidad de La Salle. He is also a specialist in virtual learning environments from Virtual Educa Argentina. Currently, he is pursuing his Ph.D. in Education and Society at La Salle University. His research interests range from teacher education and language policies to decolonial studies and teacher subjectivation. At present, he works at Universidad de La Salle in the School of Education Sciences where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses.

Lecture Title:

ELT practices, diversity, and the decolonial turn: Challenges and opportunities

11:20 am

Jhon Jairo Viafara

Dr. John Jairo Viafara

Academic Profile:

John Jairo Viáfara González holds a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT), University of Arizona; M.A. in Applied Linguistics to TEFL, Universidad Distrital and B.Ed. in Education, Philology and Languages (English), Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He is an associate professor at Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia (UPTC). His research interests intertwine pre-service teacher education with reflective teaching, language ideologies, technology, study and travelling abroad, and English language teaching methodologies.

Lecture Title:

The Potential of Internet- mediated Intercultural Foreign Language Education: Sharing International and Local Perspectives

12:20 pm Conclusions and closing
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