APrIR proudly presents
SELFIES IN THE CLASSROOM, REALLY? Or why a selfie is a great teaching tool
Mathilde Verillaud grew up in Washington D.C., Santiago, Chile and Paris, France. She holds a bachelor´s degree and a master´s degree in American Studies from La Sorbonne University and a Certificate in Art History from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She served twice as a Peace Corps TEFL volunteer in Ecuador and China. In Ecuador (2012-2013), she trained high school English teachers in the Azuay province and implemented extracurricular clubs promoting leadership and communication skills for high school students. She also worked on a literacy program for children at a women´s shelter.
At Lanzhou University of Technology in Gansu, Northwest China (2009-2011), she designed and taught Oral English and Film courses. She also created an English library, a Photography/Writing club and ran a Film club and a cooking club. Previously, she had taught French at Mount Holyoke College. She is passionate about Art, cultural exchanges and world cuisines and always seeks to incorporate these in her teaching.
Mathilde Verillaud is an English Language Fellow in Argentina, a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Argentina. Her host institution is ARICANA, the Binational Center in Rosario, for the ten month tenure in 2014.
Saturday, Aug. 23rd, 9:30-11pm
1332 Pellegrini Ave
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Online registration form: https://eventioz.com.ar/e/selfies-in-the-classroom-really-or-why-a-selfie-is
The lecture will be held at Room 208 - Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano