PhD. Science, Engineering and Technology Education. Postdoctoral Fellow at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
The Mexican researcher and teacher Frida Díaz Barriga Arceo serves at the Faculty of Psychology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Her academic career includes a degree in Psychology, Master’s degree in Educational Psychology (Faculty of Psychology) and a PhD in Education (Faculty of Arts). Her research and teaching areas are curriculum development and assessment, instructional psychology, teacher assessment and training, constructivism and higher education teaching. She has given updating courses for teachers and courses for Master’s degree students in diverse universities and education institutions in Mexico and in Brazil, Panama, Guatemala, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Spain and Bolivia as well. She belongs since 1999 to the National Researchers System.
She is the author or co-author of Teaching strategies for a meaningful learning: a constructivist approach (Mc Graw Hill, 2010); Situated Teaching (McGraw Hill, 2006); Learning to learn (Ángeles, 2010); Teacher portfolios (UAM-Díaz de Santos, 2013), ICT educational policies in Latin America. The mexican case (UNICEF-OEI, 2014), Educational experiencies mediated by digital technologies (Newton, 2015).
Nelly Ramírez-Corona is currently a Full Time Professor of Chemical Engineering at Chemical, Enviromental and Food Engineering Department, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, México. Her teaching experience is in the area of Process Dynamics and Control, Kinetics, Catalysis and Reactor Design. She did her undergraduate studies in Chemical Engineering at the Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala, México, and his Master and Doctoral studies at the Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya, México. Her research interests are in the field of Process Systems Engineering, Bioprocess ModelIing and Engineering Education. Her research labor has been reported on scientific international journals and presented in different national and international conferences.
Aurelio López-Malo is Professor and Past Chair, Department of Chemical, Food, and Environmental Engineering at Universidad de las Americas Puebla in Mexico. He teaches engineering and food science related courses. His research interests include emerging technologies for food processing, natural food antimicrobials, creating effective learning environments, and science, engineering and technology education for K-12.
Professor Palou is Director, Center for Science, Engineering, and Technology Education as well as Distinguished Professor and Past Chair, Department of Chemical and Food Engineering at Universidad de las Americas Puebla in Mexico and Fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists. He teaches engineering, food science, and education related courses. His research interests include emerging technologies for food processing, creating effective learning environments, goal-directed practice coupled with real-time targeted feedback to enhance learning, and building rigorous research capacity in science, engineering, and technology education.
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