Harold Castañeda-Peña

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Énfasis: 
ELT Education
Grupos de Investigación: 
Aprendizaje y Sociedad de la Información

Doctor en Educación por la Universidad de Londres, Magíster en Lingüística Aplicada por la Carthage College, Estados Unidos y Magíster en Lingüística Hispanoamericana por el Instituto Caro y Cuervo. Profesor asociado de la Facultad de Comunicación y Lenguaje del Departamento de Lenguas de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Miembro del Grupo de Investigación Aprendizaje y Sociedad de la Información. Actualmente es profesor del Doctorado Interinstitucional en Educación, sede Universidad Distrital. Fue Profesor del Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales y Humanas, la Maestría en Comunicación y en el Pregrado de Licenciatura en Lenguas Modernas de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá (Colombia). Su interés investigativo gira en torno a la competencia informacional, la interface entre género y aprendizaje de lenguas y los videojuegos. En esta última temática dirigio el proyecto de investigación ‘Estado del arte de las investigaciones sobre juegos masivos en línea para múltiples jugadores’, financiado por la Vicerrectoría Académica y los Departamentos de Ciencia de la Información, Lenguas y Comunicación de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

Doctorado University of London Goldsmiths College, Reino Unido
Doctor en Educación
2004 - 2007
Positioning Masculinities and Femininities in Preschool EFL Education

Maestría Carthage College
Magister en Educación
1995 - 1997
Culture Awareness and Pre-Listening Activities

Maestría Instituto Caro y Cuervo
Magister en Linguistica Española
1992 - 1995
Disentimiento: La Condicion Postmoderna del Discurso

Pregrado Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
Licenciado Espanol Ingles
1988 - 1991
El Signo Linguistico

  1. Analyzing the blind spot of bilingual education policy: identity reconstruction, challenges and struggles of foreign language teachers when adjusting to educational settings in Colombia

    Globalisation and the spread of English as both an international language for communication and a lingua franca have increased international mobility resulting in high demand for EFL/ESL professionals globally. Colombia is not far from this phenomenon, in fact, Mejia (2005) explains how Colombian labour regulations motivated by economic opening and globalization even allow up to 30% of teachers in Colombia to be foreign ( p.59). As eager and foreign-friendly local public policy and work regulations may be, important factors related to quality of adaptation, acculturation, intercultural interaction, and inclusion are completely obliterated, thus resulting into risk situations for stereotyping, communication breakdown, misunderstanding and cultural collision.

    This study will examine challenges and issues experienced by foreign educators and their subsequent adjustments living and working in Colombia. It will adopt the qualitative research paradigm with data collection...

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    Estudiante: Liu Yi Fen
  2. Enhancing transgender students integral development through the teacher training

    The major incentive of this Doctoral proposal aroses after talking with some transgender students from university level; they mentioned have been mistreated by some teachers who apparently are not able to understand who they are, what being transgender person means. It is of paramount importance to remark on the pursuit of such a necessary training, giving the proper attention and assistance to the students who suffer silently, without having at the present time an alternative other than hiding themselves inside the social precepts and doing what our colonialist heritage imposes them, living in an insane anonymity. The problem itself is the lack of information we as teachers have about how to cope with the diversity of our students in our educational and academic contexts.

    Estudiante: Pedro Adolfo Cabrejo Ruiz
  3. Exploring the senses of com-munity of a group of English Language Preservice Teachers

    The purpose of this research project is to describe how primary English learners construct the concept of gender and analyze if this construction has an effect on their learning of the foreign language English. In order to achieve these objectives I will make some video recordings of classroom interactions, I will conduct some interviews and I will also collect some drawings about children’s representations of gender. By carrying out this project I hope to contribute to a better understanding of the role that gender plays in the learning of the foreign language learning. I also hope that this understanding derives in transformative actions to avoid discrimination and promote inclusion, respect and tolerance among the members of school communities.

    Estudiante: Julia Zoraida Posada Ortiz
  4. Palabrear the Indigenous EFL teachers' singularities to multi-signify and reconstruct the EFL teachers' identities

    This study intends to document how critical pedagogy can be promoted in the formation of EFL student teachers (the B.A. program on Bilingual Education at Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana- Única) by resorting to the narratives of a diverse minority EFL teacher as input to contest the givens of bilingualism policies from the schooling system. The study intends to create conditions and spaces for the reflection of future teachers, so that their personal epistemologies of the implications of language policies foster their awareness of their agentive role in society, and inform their professional discourse, their eventual teaching practices, and their contribution to society as intellectuals.

    Estudiante: Carlos Augusto Arias Cepeda
  5. Teacher Educators' Interactional Identities in Colombian ELT Classroom Interaction

    This doctoral-application research proposal looks for both identifying the mentor teachers’ pedagogical and conversational factors that build their interactional identities as language teachers in the English classroom of BA programs in TEFL in Colombia, as well as describing the ways in which their interactional identities configure pre-service teachers’ identities as language teachers. These aims will be pursued by tracing and describing mentor teachers’ conversational factors from the observation of their interactions with pre-service teachers in English classes (interaction patterns) and their pedagogical factors from the interpretation of the meanings (conversational interactions) that they give to the manner in which their interactions happen in class.

    Estudiante: Edgar Yead Lucero Babativa

2016-1

  • Jurado evaluador del Proyecto de Tesis: Comunicación en aulas diversas urbanas en Bogotá. Una mirada desde la interculturalidadComunicación en aulas diversas urbanas en Bogotá: una mirada desde la interculturalidad. Autoría de: Andrea Muñoz Barriga