At Inoma, as an NGO that has dedicated itself to developing, implementing and evaluating educational technology, we are considering how to support parents, teachers and children in the face of the confinement situation. For this reason, we have joined forces with Básica, educational advisors, to organize and invite all those interested in education to a conversation that will include the participation of different experts in education in order to discuss the challenges we will face in the educational field as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The online conversation: “The challenges our students will face when they return to the classroom” will have as its guiding axis four important points to consider: platforms, contents, evaluation methods and the role of technology in the “new educational reality”.
To carry out this talk we will have the support of Beatriz Ruiz, coordinator of Education at Inoma and founder of Básica, as moderator. On their part, our special guests, three women who have dedicated their training and lives to educational issues, will give the audience a perspective on what the new educational reality will be like based on their knowledge and experiences.
The discussion will take place next Tuesday June 30 at 12:00 pm (GMT-5) through Zoom and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the intervention of the speakers.
If you are interested in being part of this online session sign up HERE to secure your place and receive all the information related to the Conversation.
Learn more about our guests:
She is currently the director of the department of education at the Universidad Iberoamericana. She holds a master’s degree in Education Sciences from Syracuse University in New York and a bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Philosophy. She has developed her profession as a teacher in subjects related to the philosophy of education, pedagogical theories, and socio-emotional education, among others.
She is currently the general director of the French School of El Pedregal. She holds a degree in history from the Universidad Iberoamericana and has taken various courses and diplomas in history at UNAM, as well as in comparative religion at ITAM. She has knowledge in pedagogy and Ignatian Values Formation.
She is currently a researcher at Mexicanos Primero and a tutor at Scholastica. She holds a master’s degree in International Educational Policy from Harvard University and a degree in Political Science and International Relations from CIDE. She has collaborated on projects to monitor and evaluate programs in basic and upper secondary education, as well as on the design and implementation of educational interventions to reduce school dropout rates and educational gaps.