Understanding Language Teaching From Method to Postmethod

  • Nancy Bautista Pérez Universidad del Tolima

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Author Biography

Nancy Bautista Pérez, Universidad del Tolima

Nancy Bautista Pérez has a B.A. in English, a Specialization in English Teaching and is working on a research project for an M.A. in English Didactics at Tolima University. She has twelve years of experience as a language teacher in both English and Portuguese. She has worked for Universidad de Ibagué, and Universidad del Tolima, Currently, she is a full time professor at the Universidad Cooperativa.  In 2009 she participated in a “Diplomado in lingua portuguesa” in Leticia Amazonas, and in 2015 she was one of the speakers in the 3rd.Conference of Foreign Language Research at the Tolima University the topic was about the importance of Understanding and Reflecting upon Language Policies. 

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Published
2017-06-29
How to Cite
Bautista Pérez, N. (2017). Understanding Language Teaching From Method to Postmethod. GiST Education and Learning Research Journal, (14), 158-164. Retrieved from https://gistjournal.unica.edu.co/index.php/gist/article/view/362