Director, MA TESOL; Chair, English Language Studies
Doctoral candidate in Education, University of Bath (UK) MA in Education, University of Bath (UK) BA, English as a Second Language, National Teacher Education College (Uruguay)
Gabriel Diaz Maggioli comes to The New School from Montevideo, Uruguay, where he most recently served as National Coordinator for the Modern Foreign Languages Department of the National Teacher Education College. An experienced teacher, teacher-educator, and administrator, as well as a productive scholar, Gabriel's research focuses on teacher education, pedagogy, and professional development. He has authored numerous articles, book chapters, and curriculum guides for teachers in Latin America and the United States, including Managing Learning Styles in the Classroom (1996, TESOL Publications) and Teacher-Centered Professional Development (2004, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development). He has been a Hubert Humphrey Fellow at Pennsylvania State University's College of Education, a visiting scholar at the Center for Applied Linguistics in Washington, DC, and a consultant to many educational institutions in Latin America and the United States. He is a frequent presenter at professional development events in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Canada, USA and Israel.