Paula Pogre

Doctor (CUM LAUDE) by Autonomous University of Madrid. Graduate and Professor in Educational Sciences, graduated from the National University of Buenos Aires (UBA) Argentina. He obtained the DEA (Diploma of Advanced Studies and Research Sufficiency) at the University of Seville.

For more than 30 years it has divided its activity, developing research, teaching and management. She is a researcher at the National University of General Sarmiento, National University of Tierra del Fuego and Director of the Support Program for the Education Sector of MERCOSUR (PASEM). She serves as an international consultant of the Ministry of Education in Peru, and of the Council of Training in Education of Uruguay. She has also been a consultant to the Ministry of Education of Ecuador and Nicaragua. International consultant in charge of project of curricular revision and strengthening of university teaching in universities of different countries: UISEK, Chile; Rafael Landívar University, Guatemala; University of the Frontier UFRO, Temuco, Chile among others.

Between 1999 and 2010 she has been a consultant for IIPE- UNESCO Buenos Aires and UNESCO-OREALC. Member of the technical team of the Regional Program of Policies for the Teaching Profession and Academic Coordinator of the International Course of Policies for the Teaching Profession UNESCO-OREALC. She has been a speaker at International Conferences in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, United States, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Adviser of research teams and management of education, art and technology programs.
He directed the collection Networks in Education of Editorial Paidós.
She has published as author and coauthor several books and articles with refereed academic journals of different countries of America and in Spain

Among his books from 2000 onwards in authorship, co-authorship and / or participation are: Teaching Training Institutions as centers of Pedagogical Innovation. (2001). Ed Ditch. Schools of the Future II How schools that innovate are planned. (2002) Ed. Papers; Schools that teach to think. (2004) Editorial Papers; Train teachers, a multidisciplinary proposal, (2005) .Ed Papers .; Teaching for Understanding, the importance of reflection and action in the process of teaching and learning. (2005) Hoper publisher. Brazil, El Proyart, a shared way of doing school (2006) UNGS, Innovative Models in Initial Teacher Education (2006) UNESCO, New Masters for Latin America. (2007) Morata, Madrid; Form Teachers for Equity (2007) PROPOSE- INFD, Train Teachers for Equity II (2010) in Teseo Buenos Aires, Teach to Understand. Experiences and proposals for higher education (2012) Teseo, Buenos Aires, Indicators of equity in access to knowledge in teacher education (2014) PROPOSE INFD; Teaching to Understand II (2014) EDUVIM, Villa María, General Didactics and Specific Didactics the complexity of their relationships at the higher level (2014) Thinking about teaching at the Higher Level in regional key in Higher Education in comparative and regional perspective. ) FACSO – Udelar – UFSCAR, Network Experiences, Advances and Challenges for Higher Education (2016) REUN.NEU and collaborated, among many others, in the book Multiple Intelligences arround the word. (2009) under the coordination of Howard Gardner et al and published by Jossey Bass, San Francisco, USA.

Since 1994 she has been involved in the Zero Project at Harvard University, participating in her activities both in the United States (USA) and in several countries in Latin America. From 1996 onwards he participated, as faculty of 15 editions of the Project Zero Summer Institute in Cambridge, and as fellow of two editions of Future of Learning Summer Institute 2012 and 2013). In this area he is a founding member of L @ titud-Harvard Project Zero. Latin American Initiative towards Understanding and Development – Initiative for Understanding and Development in Latin America directing since 2001 the activities of L @ titud nodo sur.