Paula Pogré

Holder of a Doctoral degree awarded (CUM LAUDE) by the Autonomous University of Madrid.
Holder of a Bachelor´s degree in Education and Teacher of Educational Sciences from University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina. Holder of a Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) and Proficiency in Academic Research awarded by the University of Seville.
She has divided her activity into researching, teaching and management for more than 30 years.
Research Fellow at the National University of General Sarmiento, the National University of Tierra del Fuego and Head of the Educational Sector Support Program in MERCOSUR (PASEM).
International Consultant of the Ministry of Education of Peru, Council for Education Training of Uruguay. In addition, she has been Consultant of the Ministry of Education of Ecuador and Nicaragua.
International consultant in charge of the curricular review and university teaching strengthening project at universities of several counties: UISEK, Chile; Rafael Landivar University, Guatemala;
La Frontera University (UFRO), Temuco, Chile among others.


Teacher in Postgraduate studies (specialization and MBA) at several national universities (National University of La Plata, National University of San Martín, National University of Comahue, National University of Villa María, National University of the Northeast and UNGS) and at the Torcuato Di Tella University.
From 1999 to 2010, she has been consultant at IIPE-UNESCO Buenos Aires and UNESCO-OREALC.
Member of the technical team of the Regional Program on policies for teaching profession and Academic Coordinator of the International Studies on Policies for teaching profession UNESCO-OREALC.
Lecturer at international seminars and conferences in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, United States, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Consultant of research teams and management of education, arts and technology programs.
She directed the collection Redes en Educación, published by Paidós.
She has authored and co-authored several books and many papers and peer-reviewed articles published in academic journals of different American countries and in Spain. Among her books from year 2000 onwards, in authorship, co-authorship and/or collaboration are the following:
Las Instituciones de Formación Docente como centros de Innovación Pedagógica. (2001). Ed Troquel. Las escuelas del Futuro II Cómo planifican las escuelas que innovan. (2002) Ed. Papers; Escuelas que enseñan a pensar. (2004) Editorial Papers; Formar docentes, una propuesta multidisciplinar, (2005) .Ed Papers.; O ensino para la Compreensao, a importancia da reflexao e da açao no prosseso de ensino-aprendizagem. (2005) Hoper editora. Brasil , El Proyart, una manera compartida de hacer escuela (2006) UNGS, Modelos innovadores en la Formación Inicial Docente (2006) UNESCO, Nuevos maestros para América Latina. (2007) Morata, Madrid; Formar docentes para la equidad (2007) PROPONE- INFD, Formar Docentes para la Equidad II (2010) en Teseo Buenos Aires, Enseñar para Comprender. Experiencias y propuestas para la educación Superior (2012) Teseo, Buenos Aires, Indicadores de equidad en el acceso al conocimiento en la formación Docente (2014) PROPONE INFD; Enseñar para
Comprender II (2014) EDUVIM, Villa María, Didáctica General y Didácticas específicas la complejidad de sus relaciones en el nivel superior (2014) Pensar la enseñanza en el Nivel Superior en clave regional en Educación Superior en perspectiva comparada y regional.(2015) FACSO – Udelar – UFSCAR, Experiencias en Red, Avances y desafíos para la Educación Superior (2016) REUN.NEU. In addition, among other books, she collaborated in the book
“Multiple Intelligences Around the World” (2009) under the coordination of Howard Gardner et al and published by Jossey Bass, San Francisco, USA.

She has been involved in Harvard´s Project Zero since 1994, participating in its activities both in USA and in different Latin-American countries. Since 1996 onwards, she has participated as faculty on 15 editions of Project Zero Summer Institute in Cambridge, and as fellow, on two editions of Future of Learning Summer Institute (2012 and 2013). In this area, she is founding member of L@titud-Harvard Project Zero – Latin-American Initiative toward Understanding and Development – and she has been leading the activities of L@titud nodo sur, since 2001.