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Miryam Morron

Miryam is passionate about education. Currently, she works as the director of school transformation for LINC LATAM. She has been in the education profession for over 15 years, working as a teacher in elementary, secondary, and high school education. She is a university professor of educational legislation and languages. She is also the director of a bilingual education program and a language center, as well as an international writer and speaker. Currently, she serves as a mentor for the Science + Woman program of MinTIC in Colombia. Through her various experiences, she has gained profound insights into pedagogy and the human being. Miryam has a professional background in Modern Languages, specializing in Linguistics and Literature. She holds a Master's degree in Neuropsychology and Education (MEd) and is currently a doctoral candidate in Cultural Studies.

In a hyperconnected world, looking in any direction leads us to encounter diverse richness. The classroom is no exception. Our learners differ in terms of gender, culture, learning styles, modes of ...

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Imagine climbing a ladder, each rung representing a goal achieved. You ascend, reaching higher and higher, propelled by the ladder's purpose. But what happens when you finally reach the top? The ...

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