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Research interest

Transformative learning, cognitive load theory, instructional desing, collaborative learning, theological anthropology



Thanks for visiting my site on the Internet. Here a brief academic autobiography. I am Ecuadorian, I was born in Guayaquil, on February 6, 1979, and lived through my infancy in the pretty city of Milagro, Guayas. I studied the primary school at the Juan Vargas School and the high school both at the Velasco Ibarra and the 17 de September in Milagro. In 2001, I finished my first theological studies at the Church of the Foursquare Gospel Biblical Seminary in 2002 in Milagro. Then, I continued my theology studies at the South American Seminary in Sangolquí. In 2007, I finished my Bachelor Degree in Educational Sciences, with Specialization in Educational Administration in the Army Polytechnic School in Sangolquí (ESPE). In 2010, I completed a postgraduate program in theology at the South American Seminary. In 2011, I did a postgraduate program in Virtual Environments of Learning in the Center for High Studies of the Organization of the Latin-American States and Virtual Educa. In 2012, I finished a Master Degree in Human Resources and Knowledge Management at the University of Lion in Spain. Also, in 2014, I completed the Master Degree in Distance Education at the University of Loja, Ecuador. At present, I am External Ph.D. Candidate at Welten Institute of the Open University of the Netherlands, investigating the effectiveness of collaborative learning from the cognitive load perspective. Also, complementing my doctoral studies in education at the Catholic University Andrés Bello in Venezuela.

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