Carmen Álvarez-Mayo

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Carmen

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Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (2015-08-04)

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United Kingdom

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Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (2016-01-24)

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Teaching,

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Non-verbal communication,

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Languages,

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Innovation,

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E-learning,

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Collaborative work,

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Autonomous learning,

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Critical thinking,

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Motivation

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TANGO (Themed Autonomous Navigation Global Opus), a bilingual international collaborative e-learning project

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Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (2015-08-04)

Media and communication essay

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La Funcionalidad de lo No-Verbal en una Comedia Ligera de Eduardo Mendoza

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Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (2015-08-04)

Carmen Álvarez-Mayo, Teaching Fellow in Spanish

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Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (2015-08-04)

Biography

Carmen Álvarez-Mayo, CMALT, MRes, PGCE, BA [email protected] Languages for All Spanish & Portuguese Coordinator in the Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York since October 2005. Carmen has contributed to the design and development of foreign language courses, the curricula (including the Spanish L&LS degree), learning, assessment & marketing materials, and the VLE. Carmen is also a Spanish Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University, has worked at Instituto Cervantes in Manchester and Leeds. In 2015/16 she brought the Innovative Language Teaching and Learning Conference to the University of York and co-organised InnoConf16 with a colleague. Carmen is a keen learner whose main interests are developing learning and teaching materials, new technologies and e-learning, pedagogy, linguistics, literature, intercultural competence, employability, and equality & diversity Issues. She became a Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT) in November 2016, is a member of the University of York Learning and Teaching Forum Committee, and also works as a translator, interpreter, editor and voice over actor.

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