María Jesús García San Martín
Head of the Online Teacher Training and Social Networks Department at the National Institute for Educational Technologies and Teacher Training (INTEF) in the Spanish Ministry of Education.
Master’s Degree Teacher at University Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) in Madrid.
Over the last 30 years, I have been an ESL teacher at various levels, private centres and state-run Schools of Languages, I have coordinated the MALTED Educational Project for INTEF, and the online ‘Editing Web Pages with Dreamweaver’ course at Mentor Virtual Classroom. I have broadcasted educational series of podcasts for the state-run Network of Best Educational ICT Practices as well as for EducaconTIC, managed the national Blog on ICT and Foreign Languages for INTEF, contributed to the Spanish state-run WikiDidácTICa, Agrega (educational open source resource bank by the Spanish Ministry of Education), and Internet en el Aula, where I was in charge of hosting weekly educational webinars at WizIQ; I have also coordinated and designed online courses and trained teachers online in collaboration with several Autonomous Communities in Spain. From 2013 until 2015 I worked as a Technical and Pedagogical Advisor at INTEF, where I am now running the national Department of Online Teacher Training and Social Networks.
I currently write my Stop and Learn English blog. From time to time I contribute to Cero en Conducta (Professional Social Network on Media Literacy and Audiovisual Language), The Observatory for Technological and Educational Innovation (ODITE), and a wide range of internationally known educational collaborative projects.
I am available to design, present and deliver online and face-to-face educational sessions, workshops, tutored courses and MOOCs.
Read more About Me in Spanish.