Publication of the latest issue of the Argentine magazine Tramas / Maepova


The Argentine magazine Tramas / Maepova, of the Center for Social and Educational Research of the North of Argentina (Cisen), published its latest edition, Vol 5, No 2 (2017) in October, dealing with teacher training, its contexts, challenges and questions.

The content of this digital magazine is the following:

- Corporality and performance. Persons with acquired blindness, by Valentina Ahumada;

- Teacher training, contexts, challenges and questions, by María Gabriela Soria;

- Looking at strategies and training tactics, by Ana Anquín;

- Building the learning communities device, by Maria Cecilia Martínez and Andrea Graciela Martino;

- Policies of digital inclusion in teacher training, by Cecilia Evangelina Melendez, Ana Griselda Díaz and José Alberto Yuni;

- Teacher training for foreign language teachers in the United States: contexts, challenges and questions, by Luis Javier Pentón Herrera;

- Teaching practices in the crossroads between subjective and political aspects, by Celia Salit;

- Training in professional debating practices, by Liliana Sanjurjo;

-  How learning communities contribute to teacher training, by María Gabriela Soria and Rosana Hernández;

- The (in) visibility of gender diversity in the curricular development of the initial education teacher training of Tucumán, by Lucas Daniel Stambole Dasilva;

- Meeting of native peoples, by Alejandra Bergagna, Karina Carrizo, and David Pastrana;

- Miscellaneous: Events and Publications; Guide for authors; Form for the evaluation of collaborations, and Editorial Declaration of the Magazine’s Good Practices.

The Magazine of Cisen Tramas / Maepova was created in 2013 by the publisher of Cisen, EDICISEN. This periodical publication seeks to strengthen the communication strategy carried out by the Center since its creation in 2004. Its mission is the edition, evaluation and dissemination of articles resulting from Cisen research and in collaboration with other research centers and institutes of the country and abroad. Extension and university volunteer work and specialized studies of different current topics in the Humanities and Social Sciences area are also presented.