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Round Table “Cultural Diversity and Inclusion in Education: Best Practices”

Instituto Franklin-UAH, together with the CTIF (Centro Territorial de Innovación y Formación) Madrid-Sur, organizes a Round Table with Bilingual Education specialists on strategies in the field of cultural diversity and inclusion, and the possible impact of implementing better practices in society.

Place: CTIF (Centro Territorial de Innovación y Formación) Madrid-Sur. Avda. de la Mancha, 2 (28915) Leganés, Madrid.

Date: 16 de octubre de 2018.

Time: 18.00 – 20.00.

Language: English.

Subway: Casa del Reloj (Línea 12).

Participants

  • Anne de Leon, teacher trainer and lecturer with international experience in Great Britain, France, Turkey, Romania and Spain, among others.
  • Eric Busch, English teacher with international experience in the United States, Korea, Mexico and Spain.
  • Michael Gonzalez, English teacher with international experience in the United States and Spain.
  • Ana Moral Jiménez, Assistant Head of Studies at IES Joaquín Araujo, Fuenlabrada.

 

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