Susana Ramírez has more than 15 years of experience in teaching English and Spanish as foreign languages. She studied the Master of Education in Education Leadership at Vancouver Island University in Canada. She has delivered and designed different courses, workshops, and talks. She has participated as a speaker in national and international events. She is a material designer, an editor, and an academic consultant. She has written more than 40 textbooks for different publishing houses. She is currently working as a teacher, tutor, and researcher at IEMS CDMX.
Talk: Back to Basics: Connecting through Innovation
After being in lockdown for more than two years, both teachers and students are facing the challenge of resuming face-to-face lessons. What has distance education taught us? What strategies should we keep? What strategies should we rediscover from what we used to do before the pandemic? In this talk, the speakers will discuss some strategies and ideas to help teachers to include useful practices of distance education in their face-to-face lessons, as well as practices that need to be rediscovered in order to offer students a quality academic experience.