Lourdes Cardozo Gaibisso
Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education at Universidad ORT Uruguay. Her research focuses on STEM education, science literacy for minoritized populations, content area literacy for bilingual and multilingual students, and teacher professional learning. In addition to her teaching and researching experiences, she has worked for the World Bank, serving as consultant for the Regional Program for the Development of the Teacher Profession in Latin America and the Caribbean. She was elected and served as President of the Georgia Association of Multilingual and Multicultural Education (2017-2018).
Postdoctoral researcher at the Research Center for Educational Impact at Deakin University, Australia. Her research focuses on personal data and privacy, the politics of digital platforms, and young people's critical understanding of digital media. Researcher Pangrazio has developed and promoted critical approaches to digital literacies, publishing in prestigious journals in the fields of media and communication, literacy and education. Routledge published in 2019 her book "Young People's Literacies in the Digital Age: Continuities, Conflicts and Contradictions"
PhD and Master in Education, Universidad ORT Uruguay. Postgraduate course in Human Resources Management, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, B.A. in Psychology. Director of International Relations and Language Center Coordinator at Universidad ORT Uruguay. Director of the King Sejong Institute Montevideo for the teaching of Korean culture and language, Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education at Universidad ORT Uruguay.
Professor at REDI - Research for Educational Impact: The Strategic Research Center for Research in Education, at Deakin University, Australia. Her research addresses youth and digital culture, ICTs and new media, critical literacy, literacy in and out of school, and computer games. She has researched and written widely on digital literacy, video games and learning.
Professor at the Monash University Faculty of Education, and previously worked at the UCL Institute of Education (UK). His research and teaching focuses on digital education, a field in which he is internationally recognized as a leading critical researcher and commentator.