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NATIONAL CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

MEET ASOCOPI'S 53rd CONGRESS NATIONAL PLENARY SPEAKERS 

 


Carmen Helena Guerrero Nieto

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas

   

  Carmen Helena Guerrero Nieto, Ph.D.  is a full professor in the Ph.D. program in Education and the MA in  Communication Education from the Universidad Distrital. Her research interests and publications are in critical pedagogy, bilingualism, and teacher education.  Her work has aimed at voicing English teachers’ concerns, experiences and  interests . She is the main researcher of the group Critical Studies on  Educational Policies.  

 

Norbella Miranda

Universidad del Valle

Norbella Miranda holds a bachelor’s degree in  Languages from Universidad Industrial de Santander, an MA in Education from  Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and a Ph.D. in Educational Sciences from  Universidad del Quindío. She is a full-time professor and a member of the research group in applied linguistics -EILA at Universidad del Valle. Norbella  is part of the editorial advisory board of HOW Journal, the International  Journal of Foreign Languages (RILE) and she also serves as a reviewer of various other scholarly journals. She is a recipient of The International  Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) Doctoral Dissertation  Grant. Her main research interests include language education policy,  bi/multilingualism, language curriculum and teacher agency.  

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Adriana González

Adriana González M. holds a doctoral degree in Linguistics (TESOL) from  University of New York at Stony Brook, a M.A in Language Sciences from  the Université de Nancy II (France), and a B.Ed. in English-Spanish from the  Universidad de Antioquia. She is a professor at the School of Languages at  Universidad de Antioquia. She teaches in the B.Ed. and M.A. programs in foreign  language teacher education. Her areas of academic interest, research, and  publications include English teachers’ professional development, language  policies, and World Englishes. She coordinates the research group EALE (Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de Lenguas  Extranjeras).  Besides her  appointment as professor, Dr. González has served as Director of the School of  Languages and Director of International Affairs at Universidad de Antioquia.  She was recipient of the ASOCOPI Claire de Silva Award in 2018.


 
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