I was born in Madrid. I have been teaching Spanish and Spanish Cinema to American students for over 10 years. I studied Spanish literature in Madrid and during that time I also lived in Italy for a year studying literature and Italian as an Erasmus student. In 2001 I spent 7 months in the US, teaching Spanish and Spanish Cinema in Washington and Lee University (VA). I am now writing my dissertation on intercultural studies and cinema. I love multiculturalism, new technologies and learning about other cultures, which is always very important in my job.
I have been working on my professional digital identity for quite some years now: since 2007 I have been keeping two blogs about cinema De cine and Spanish as a foreign language MundoEle. In 2010 I worked as a community manager for a school in Madrid (Estudio Internacional Sampere).
Right now I’m working as a Faculty Advisor Educational Technology at IES Abroad
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