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Albedro Cadena Aguilar

  • Teacher and Mentor Trainer
  • Universidad de La Sabana, Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Proficiency Program
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Editorships

LACLIL

Peer Reviewer

2016 - Present

Frontier for education: Edinwilsen press journal

Peer Reviewer

2015

Recent publications

  • Music leadership in opera stage direction Strehler and virtual art training

    • Paris A
    • Sedano A
    • Aguilar A
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  • The personal ethos, innovation channel of educational institutions for social consistency

    • Sandoval L
    • Rodríguez-Sedano A
    • Cadena A
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Professional experience

Teacher and Mentor Trainer

Universidad de La Sabana, Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures, Proficiency Program

January 2015 - Present

Adjunct Professor

Universidad de La Sabana, Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures

January 2014 - Present

ICELT tutor

Universidad de La Sabana Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures

February 2013 - Present

Education

In-service Certificate in English Language Teaching (ICELT)

University of Cambridge

August 2009 - September 2014(5 years)

MA Ed. Management of Educational Institutions

Universidad de La Sabana

July 2008 - May 2011(3 years)

BA Spanish and English Teaching

Universidad Pedagógica Nacional

July 1994 - July 2008(14 years)

Research interests

Assessment Testing ESOL examinations Feedback Mindmaps Podcasts Teacher training E-learning Flipped learning CALLA Collaborative and cooperative learning Blended learning World Englishes

About

Albedro Cadena Aguilar is a professor in the face- to -face Master ’ s program in Autonomous Learning Environments for in-service English teachers in the Department of Languages and Cultures at the Universidad de La Sabana, Colombia. He teaches Language Learning Theories and Language and Globalization. He acts as a thesis director and reviewer in the same program and as a paper reviewer for Frontier for education: Edinwilsen press journal. He holds a BA in Spanish and English teaching from Universidad Pedagógica Nacional and an MA in Education from Universidad de La Sabana. He is also an ICELT tutor and a certified and standardized examiner by the University of Cambridge for ESOL examinations. His research interests include discourse analysis, teacher training, assessment, and self- di rected learning.

Groups

Co-authors (4)

  • gehovel torres
  • Patricia Alvarez
  • Carl Edlund Anderson

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