On the 21th an 22th of July 21, Albert Sangrà, professor of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, academic director of the UNESCO Chair in Technology and Education for Social Change and member of the Edul@b research group, participated in the “III Encuentro Internacional de Maestros Investigadores” organised by the Universidad del Norte of Barranquilla, Colòmbia.
The main objective of the meeting was to create spaces of reflection about the teacher training and updating that contribute to the improvement of education and the improvement of pedagogical processes in the classroom. During the act, panels of experts, reflection spaces and conferences took place, which were held by international guests and professionals from different regions of Colombia.
Professional teacher development: researching from the learning ecologies
Professor Sangrà carried out the inaugural lecture entitled “Professional teacher development: researching from the learning ecologies“, which addressed, among other aspects, the challenge of teachers on how not to become obsolete in their way of teaching in a constantly changing world.
For professor Sangrà, the analysis from the learning ecologies can give valuable information on knowing how students make their decisions, and therefore, what is most interesting to them and what can assume better.
You can find more information about the participation of Professor Sangrà in the following link: