The Mexican researcher and teacher Frida Díaz Barriga Arceo serves at the Faculty of Psychology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Her academic career includes a degree in Psychology, Master’s degree in Educational Psychology (Faculty of Psychology) and a PhD in Education (Faculty of Arts). Her research and teaching areas are curriculum development and assessment, instructional psychology, teacher assessment and training, constructivism and higher education teaching. She has given updating courses for teachers and courses for Master’s degree students in diverse universities and education institutions in Mexico and in Brazil, Panama, Guatemala, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Spain and Bolivia as well. She belongs since 1999 to the National Researchers System (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores). She is the author or co-author of Teaching assessment (Evaluación de la docencia, 2001); Teaching strategies for a meaningful learning: a constructivist approach (Estrategias docentes para un aprendizaje significativo: Una interpretación constructivista) (Mc Graw Hill, 2010); Situated Teaching (Enseñanza situada. Vínculo entre la escuela y la vida, McGraw Hill, 2006); Learning to learn (Aprender a aprender, Ángeles, 2010); Teaching portfolios (Portafolios docentes, Ed.Díaz de Santos, 2013); Educational experiences with ICT (Experiencias educativas mediadas por tecnologías, Newton, 2015).