Loading…
Friday, March 16 • 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Challenging stereotypes through COIL.

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

The world looks to be changing.
We are witnessing a series of changes between the countries, in our specific context, the bilateral relationship between the United States and Mexico, could turn us back to a point where none of us has seen before. All these changes have been promoted based on the implementation and maintenance of a series of stereotypes, which, as we know, do not represent the objective reality of any culture.

It is our responsibility, the teachers located on each side of the bridge, to fight that these currents do not destroy the work that has been done over the years.

On our end - the teachers from Mexico - we understand that we have to work a little harder, always having the mission of making the international community, to see that our country has a great variety, and that we have many people who work and study every day to live in a country - and in a world - better.

This panel is a sample of those practices that we have developed, together with our partners in the COIL courses, in order to question - or to break - with those stereotypes.

Speakers
avatar for Alfonso Guevara

Alfonso Guevara

Professor, Universidad de Monterrey
Since the mid-90s, Alfonso has been involved in the art world, either as a creator, researcher and as a scholar. | He have been lecturer, speaker, moderator and part of the jury board in several northern mexican college events, as well in some other art and photography contest... Read More →
avatar for Alejandra  Ortega

Alejandra Ortega

Professor, Universidad La Salle - Mexico
Studied Communication in Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico City, has a master's degree in Education from Universidad La Salle, Mexico City. Since 2006 has been teaching in La Salle University, in the Communication department. Has written two books, which main themes are creativity... Read More →


Friday March 16, 2018 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Room 9 FIT Conference Center

Attendees (35)