Isabel Morales Jareño
Faculty of Education, Universidad Camilo José Cela
She has been a teacher for more than 20 years and holds a PhD. in Education. She has long been teaching English to a great diversity of students in different fields at the University dealing with different aspects of the English language, both in the Faculty of Computer Engineering and the Faculty of Political Sciences of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca (1988-2007). She was particularly involved in teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP) in the field of ICTs, and also Spanish for Specific Purposes (SSP) at the University of Economics in Bratislava (Slovak Republic) (1995-1996). Later, she started to teach at the Universidad Camilo Jose Cela (Villafranca del Castillo, Madrid), and it is now 9 years since she started to teach in the Faculty of Education both in the Master of International Education and Bilingualism, and in the Degree of Infant and Primary Education. She is passionate about EFL/ESL teaching in multicultural and multilingual environments matters such as Early Teaching of a Second Language, Reading and Writing in English and Games and Rhymes Workshop.
She has also lectured in International Conferences such in AEDEAN, IBACS and HELAAS. She has also published in international Journals such as Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal dealing with women spaces in literature. She is a Member of the research group, GRIMM on Multiculturalism, Multilingualism y Literature. She is also secretary and member of the Editorial Board of Verbeia (Journal of English and Spanish Studies), and also member of the editorial board of the Journal of Formative Design in Learning.
She has been involved and collaborated in different International projects, such as Choice, Signs in the city, DigitalExtra, financed by the European Union as Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci programmes. She has also a long and extensive experience as a translator, backed up by several publications such as the translation of the Dictionary of Computing (Freedman, A. 1993) as well as text books and other materials related to Software Engineering and ICTs, Business for publishers such as McGraw-Hill and Prentice House among others.