Category: Enhancing Learning in Education Abroad: Study, Work, Intern, Volunteer, and Research Innovations

Two Languages, Two Cultures: Learning Together

Wednesday, May 31
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Table 77

This poster will present a case study in Buenos Aires on methodological tools to enhance and adjust second languages and conversation programs for language students.

Lucia CATALINA. Aguero

Spanish Professor
Flacso - CIEE Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Lucía Agüero has been teaching Spanish as a Second Language for more than a decade to students of all levels and ages. She has taught in Zürich and Paris, and has been a language scholar in Reed University (Oregon, United States). For the past five years she has taught in Flacso-CIEE focusing mainly in oral expression, conversation strategies and creativity in language learning and usage. She is passionate for Spanish language as well as the life and culture of Buenos Aires. This is why she actively works in class and in outdoor classes interweaving cultural, social and artistic manifestations with language education.
She completed her degree in Spanish and Latin-American Literature at the University of Buenos Aires and currently continues her investigations on Latin American Literature and Gender Studies at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies (IIEGE) from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters from UBA. In addition to her courses at CIEE- Flacso Buenos Aires, Lucía conducts courses on Latin American literature and creative writing workshops to students of all ages.

Inda C. Dinerstein

Spanish Professor
Flacso - CIEE Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Inda Dinerstein received her degree in Psychology with a specialization in Education from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), and postgraduate certification of Teacher of Spanish as a Second Language from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
She has taught German and Spanish as a Foreign Language at UBA (Facultad de Filosofía y Letras), Flacso Ciee, NYU Buenos Aires and at other public and private institutions. She has done several translations from French to Spanish of Psychoanalitical Texts of Jaques Lacan in the context of teaching activities at University of La Plata, School of Humanities.