Speakers' Corner is a space for Pontydysgu associates and guest bloggers. It includes the following bloggers.
Ana García Muñoz
My name is Ana García Muñoz and I´m from Spain. I´m a Sociologist and I have worked, among others, in European projects in VET. My research interest include informal learning, the changing roles and competences of teachers and trainers with special attention to emergent profiles including acreditation models. In the blog I want to reflect the current Spanish situation in this field in reation with the European landscape.
My Learning Journey
Cristina Costa's learning journey........
Jo Turner-Attwell is an intern at Pontydysgu who is discovering she has more to write in a blog than she originally thought.
Angela Rees is a researcher and teacher based in Pontypridd in Wales. Her research intersets include e-learning, special education and learning difficulties and dyslexia.
Daniala Reimann's blog on Media Arts Education focuses on interdisciplinary approaches in media, arts and education at school and university level.
Maria Perifanou has been working as an Italian language teacher for the last ten years and a researcher in the field of Applied Linguistics since 2002. She also works as an e-learning trainer for language teachers. She has participated in several European research summer and winter schools, workshops, conferences. She is also a member of different European research networks such as the TENCompetence Network and the Network of the European Technology of Enhanced Learning.
User Design Blog
This blog is written by Anuraj Dadhich. He is from Assam in India and is spending a summer internship with the University of Bremen and Pontydysgu. Anuraj is a student in Interaction Design.