Información de Contacto

Paraguayan Center for Canadian Studies
Gral Santos 606 c/ Juan de Salazar.
Asunción, Paraguay

Phone/Fax: (595-21) 202 630


  • 08/07/2018

    Mrs Stael Ruffinelli de Ortiz received a distinction

    The president of “Centro Paraguayo de Estudios Canadienses” Mrs Stael Ruffinelli de Ortiz received a distinction from the Canadian Embassador Robert Fry due to her dedication at creating new bilateral relations between Canada and Paraguay.

  • 24/08/2016

    "Making Authentic Inquiry Work"

    "Making Authentic Inquiry Work" workshop for teachers took place at College del Sol in August 2016. The Specialist Chris Bogert and Haley Hidgon from the Eric Jackman Lab School (Toronto - Canada) held the seminar.Teachers from various Schools attended the seminar and had the great opportunity to learn this new approach on inquiry and share their experiences with their colleagues in the ...

  • 02/05/2011

    Luigi Iannacci Conference

    CPEC organized the following conferences by Dr. Luigi Iannacci: “A Critical Examination of Pathologizing Processes in Language and Literacy Education” This presentation examines what is possible for young children when their language and literacy learning addresses their assets and is organized in ways that expand their identity options. A critical discussion of the processes and p...

  • 15/04/2011

    Bonny Norton conference

    CPEC organized the conference "Hybrid identities and Language Learning" by Dr. Bonny Norton, distinguished professor and scholar from the University of British Columbia, Canada, on April 5th, 2011.Abstract of Dr. Norton's Presentation: In recent years, there has been increasing interest in the relationship between identity and language learning, particularly in the field of English ...

  • 24/05/2010

    Community and Local Economic Development Initiatives: An Organic Approach to Creating Sustainable Communities

    /* /*]]>*/ Dr. Amanda Huculak, PhD. Manitoba, CanadaAbstract   This presentation details the importance of establishing a balance between past and present techniques to create sustainable economic opportunities for communities. Sustainable community development will become an organic process by combining elements of traditional knowledge and skills with science and research, ...

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