CV - María Rosa Tapia
Bachelor of Education, Instructional Designer in Educational Technology (San Diego State University), Specialist and Master in Educational Technology (University of Buenos Aires).
Her dissertation for the Master's Degree in Educational Technology at the University of Buenos Aires was entitled "Information and Communication Technologies in the Development of Solidarity Service- Learning Projects".
A member of CLAYSS since its foundation in 2002, she has worked as Coordinator of the Youth Volunteer Program for the Americas and Coordinator of the Distance Education and Solidarity Schools Support Program.
She is currently coordinating the Distance Secondary Education Program for non-teaching staff at the University of Buenos Aires, which is part of the Academic Affairs Secretariat of the University of Buenos Aires.
She taught courses and service-learning workshops for educational institutions and social organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean, the United States, Spain and Kenya.
She was in charge of the implementation of the CAS Program (Creativity, Action and Service) at De La Salle College in Buenos Aires, and led Seminars for CAS Coordinators of the International Baccalaureate in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
She also worked as a consultant for the IIEP-UNESCO Buenos Aires (UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning) for ICT and Education projects.