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Robert Pardo

Website: www.comenius.usach.cl

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

My main professional interest is in the use of digital technology to support learning. Currently I work at UVirtual, a Chilean e-learning company owned by 8 State Universities. There my main area of expertise is ICT (web 2.0 tools and LMS) usage to support university teaching. I give workshop sessions to professors where the main idea is to approach and use different technologies from the disciplines they teach, and the learning they want their students to develop.

I also work at the Centro Comenius, Universidad de Santiago de Chile. There I am in charge of a research project financed by the Ministry of Education on the usage of Interactive Whiteboards for the teaching of English at year 5. This is a Pilot Project at 8 Chilean Schools, where we want to gather mainly qualitative evidence about the usage of IWBs.

I belong to the Chilean Ergonomics Association, because I think their approach to activity is very helpful to understand what happens inside the classrooms, especially when different technologies are involved in the processes of teaching and learning.

I hold a Master's degree in Cognitive Psychology and Learning from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.


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