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Women Leaders in Education: Prioritizing Teacher Mental Health

The “Women Leaders in Education and Sustainability” conference was held last Friday in the amphitheater of Casa de América, organized by Women Leaders in Education (MLE) and the Repsol Foundation. The main objective was to address the key aspects of sustainability education and highlight best practices in education and ecological transition.

The institutional opening was conducted by MLE President Ana María Farré and Arantza Hernanz, Director of Education and Knowledge at the Repsol Foundation. Esther Borao, Director of the Aragon Institute of Technology (ITAINNOVA), then gave a presentation on the educational potential of artificial intelligence in the classroom, emphasizing the importance of quality education in this field.

Following this, a roundtable discussion moderated by Montserrat Rigall i Corominas, a journalist and mobile journalism teacher, took place. The participants included María Comín, responsible for Pre-University Education at Microsoft; Elisa Moreno, Pedagogical Director of the FEC Ntra. Sra. del Carmen School in Zaragoza; Tania Santiago, Pedagogical Innovation Director of the COAS Educational Group; and Nuria Robles, mechanical engineer and director of FABLab León. The discussion focused on the keys to sustainability education.

Subsequently, the Education team from the Repsol Foundation and the Zinkers Awards-winning teachers shared good practices in education and ecological transition. The event concluded with closing remarks by Ana María Farré and Arantza Hernanz, followed by a networking cocktail.

Looking to the future, the next event organized by Women Leaders in Education, in collaboration with the Iberdrola Foundation, will focus on teacher mental health. Under the slogan “Take care to care: Teacher Mental Health”, this conference will take place on March 14th at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. In this new meeting, the promotion of female leadership and sustainability in the field of education will continue.

FAQs about the “Women Leaders in Education and Sustainability” conference:

1. What was the “Women Leaders in Education and Sustainability” conference?
The conference was an event organized by Women Leaders in Education (MLE) and the Repsol Foundation held in the amphitheater of Casa de América.

2. What was the main objective of the conference?
The main objective was to address the key aspects of sustainability education and highlight best practices in education and ecological transition.

3. Who were the organizers of the event?
Women Leaders in Education (MLE) and the Repsol Foundation were the organizers of the conference.

4. Who were the featured speakers?
Esther Borao, Director of the Aragon Institute of Technology (ITAINNOVA), gave a presentation on the educational potential of artificial intelligence in the classroom.

5. What topics were discussed in the roundtable discussion?
The roundtable discussion, moderated by Montserrat Rigall i Corominas, focused on the keys to sustainability education.

6. Were there any shared good practices during the event?
Yes, the Education team from the Repsol Foundation and the Zinkers Awards-winning teachers shared good practices in education and ecological transition.

7. What will be the next event organized by Women Leaders in Education?
The next event, in collaboration with the Iberdrola Foundation, will focus on teacher mental health under the slogan “Take care to care: Teacher Mental Health”. It will take place on March 14th at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid.

Definitions:

– MLE: Women Leaders in Education, an organization that promotes female leadership in the field of education.
– Repsol Foundation: A foundation that works in various areas such as education, employment, culture, and sustainable development.
– Presentation: An oral delivery that presents a specific topic or content to an audience.
– Roundtable discussion: A debate or discussion among multiple participants on a specific topic.
– Good practices: Actions or methods considered effective and successful in a specific field.

Suggested Related Links:
– Women Leaders in Education
– Repsol Foundation
– Iberdrola Foundation