Bringing Technology-Enhanced Active Learning to Costa Rica

Peter Dourmashkin

Peter Dourmashkin of MIT presents on higher education and society at SINAES in Costa Rica.

SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA, November 1, 2016 – Peter Dourmashkin, an MIT physicist and mathematician, founder of the Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) Lab and frequently collaborator with Laspau’s University Innovation programs recently visited Costa Rica. With Laspau’s help, Professor Dourmashkin was a featured speaker in the 8th annual meeting of the National System for Accreditation in Higher Education in Costa Rica (SINAES) to discuss higher education in the context of society. 

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New IGIP Certification for Engineering Educators is Open for Registration

Certification offers engineering educators an internationally recognized qualification in teaching methodologies for their field.

MAYAGÜEZ, PUERTO RICO, September 27, 2016 – Laspau, in collaboration with InnovaHiEd, the University of Puerto Rico and several regional and international research centers, is launching a new international certification for engineering educators in Spanish. The certification program offers an internationally recognized qualification for teaching and learning methodologies in engineering, science, math, physics and related disciplines. Participants completing the course will be able to add IGIP.Ing.Paed to their title.

The inaugural program, offered for the first time in Spanish, will launch on January 23rd, 2017 at the University of Puerto Rico – Mayagüez Campus. The program will run over a period of six months and will include online and in-person components. More information on curriculum and registration can be found at: http://igip.education/