El Proyecto se desarrolla gracias a 5 Entidades de diferente naturaleza y una cobertura geográfica:
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS
Coordinador del proyecto
Sonia Rodríguez Cano
Coordinadora del proyecto FORDYSVAR
I have been a teacher of childhood education for 18 years and I worked in the intervention in dyslexia and in other difficulties of learning from different associations of families with these problems. I have a degree in pedagogy and PhD in Education Sciences at the University of Burgos (UBU). I am currently a teacher and researcher at the UBU, where I am teaching on attention to diversity, among those which are specifically intended to dyslexia.
Vanesa Ausín Villaverde
I have a degree in Pedagogy and PhD in Educational Sciences at the University of Burgos.
I am specialist teacher in educational technology, therefore, I can collaborate in the design of technological tools to improve the quality of life of people with dyslexia.
I am currently a teacher and researcher at the University of Burgos (UBU).
Vanesa Delgado Benito
I have a degree in Pedagogy and PhD in Education Sciences at the University of Burgos (UBU). I am currently a teacher and researcher at the UBU. My current interest it includes teacher training and strategies to effectively include ICT in pedagogical practices.
I can give pedagogical advice in the design of digital educational materials for the treatment of people with dyslexia.
David Hortigüela Alcalá
"I am Specialist teacher in Physical Education and International Doctor in Education. I am currently a teacher and researcher at the University of Burgos (UBU). Specialist in pedagogical models and open and participative methodologies in the area of Physical Education, in formative and shared assessment, in cycles of research-action in the classroom and in the initial training of teachers.
Raquel Casado Muñoz
"I am an Associate Professor in Teacher Training for Inclusive Education at the Faculty of Education, of the University of Burgos (UBU).
My lines of research are focus on teacher training for inclusion, educational innovation and the promotion of inclusive schools. I coordinate the Research Group: Education, nclusion and Technology (EDINTEC).
I hold a PhD in Didactics of Social Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, a PhD in Educational Sciences from the University of Burgos, and a PhD in History from the University of Extremadura. One of my main lines of research is the application of educational technology in the specific field of social sciences. This research area will allow me to contribute in technological-educational evaluation for the improvement of educational processes and its link with dyslexia. I am currently a technology and Social Sciences teacher and researcher at University of Burgos.
Esther Cubo obtained her MD from the Medical School of the University of Extremadura, Badajoz, in 1991, her neurology training from the Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Madrid, in 1996 and her PhD degree from the University of Navarra, Pamplona, in 2003. She joined the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago in 1997 where she completed a fellowship in movement disorders between 1999 and 2000; there she received the 2000 annual research award from the neurology department.
During her training she developed an interest in Parkinson's disease rating scales and patient motor feature assessments. She moved back to Spain in 2000, where she joined the National Epidemiology Center, Health Institute San Carlos, Madrid and currently works at Hospital Universitario Burgos, Spain.
Dr. Cubo has received various national and international grants to address issues related to the epidemiology of movement disorders, telemedicine, epidemiology in the field of Tic Disorders, and Huntington´s Disease. She has published 143 articles about movement disorders and is the leader of the Telemedicine Study Group (International Parkinson´s Disease and Movement Disorder Society), New technologies at the Spanish Neurological Society.
Gemma Santa Olalla Mariscal
Profesora de la Universidad de Burgos (PTEU)
Vincula su carrera docente, investigadora y de transferencia del conocimiento a tres campos de estudio: la adquisición de la lengua oral, el proceso de enseñanza/aprendizaje de lengua escrita y una respuesta inclusiva a las necesidades específicas de apoyo educativo del alumnado.
Participa en proyectos para mejorar el desarrollo de la lengua oral en las aulas a través de “Planes de mejora de las habilidades comunicativas en el aula” (2015-2016); y en el proyecto nacional (I+D) “Los sistemas de soporte a la toma de decisiones (SSD) docentes y el desarrollo de la competencia lingüística; escuchar y hablar” (2016-2019).
I am currently a student of the pedagogy degree al the University of Burgos (UBU). I have a higher education cycle os Early Childhood Education and a training cycle of medium degree of Care for People in situations of dependency. In the FORDYSVAR Project I collaborate doing reserch initiation tasks.
Susana Cuevas Romero
I have a degree in Law and a Master in Educational Research and Innovation at the University of Burgos (UBU). I am currently a member of ADBu (Asociación Dyslexia Burgos) and mother of a dyslexic girl. My current interest includes training to raise awareness about this learning difficulty among education professionals, teachers and teachers and among the students themselves.
I can guide the needs of people with dyslexia, to include them in the design of digital educational materials oriented to their treatment in a playful way.
María Begoña Medina Gómez
Soy licenciada en Psicología por la Universidad de Salamanca y doctora en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de Burgos. He sido psicóloga durante más de 23 años en instituciones dedicadas a la formación y atención de personas con trastornos del neurodesarrollo en diferentes etapas evolutivas y de sus familias. Actualmente soy profesora e investigadora en la Universidad de Burgos e imparto asignaturas relacionadas con la atención a la diversidad y los factores de riesgo educativo, entre ellos la dislexia.