Diego Iudicissa

Position: Lecturer
Email: iudicisd@regents.ac.uk
Faculty: Institute of Languages and Culture

Professional Biography

Diego Iudicissa joined Regent's University London in 2007. Since then he has been teaching Spanish for Business (EBS), and General Spanish (RACL and Foundation programmes). He also is currently teaching Spanish at King's College, where he is a module leader and at City-lit in London. Diego previously worked in Moscow (Russia) at Instituto Cervantes and International House and in his home land (Argentina) teaching Communication Sciences. He values his teaching experience as follow: “The studies and work experience in my home country, in Spain, in Moscow and in London enabled me to understand better the diversity and multiculturalism of the students in the UK, and particularly in Regent's University London”

Qualifications

  • BA: Social Communication Sciences (University Of Buenos Aires, Argentine)  
  • Postgraduate: University Specialist in Communication and Political Management (University Complutense Of Madrid, Spain)
  • Certificate in Teaching Spanish to adults (International House London)
  • Certificate in Teaching Spanish to adults (Distance Learning) (AADE-Argentine Association Of Spanish Teachers)

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2005 – current, Spanish Tutor, City-lit London-UK
  • 2005 – current, Spanish Teacher, Kings College London-UK
  • 2002 – 2005, Spanish Teacher, Instituto Cervantes/ International House Moscow- Russia
  • 2005, Spanish Teacher, International House London- UK

Teaching & Course Development

  • Equality and Diversity Moodle Course, 2011, City-Lit, London UK
  • Teaching in mixed ability groups, 2011, City-lit, London UK
  • Coaching and developing others, 2011, City-Lit, London UK
  • How dyscalculia affects learning, 2011, City-Lit, London UK
  • AD(H)D –Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 2011, Regent's University London, UK
  • Psychological well-being: Eating disorders, 2010, Regent's University London, UK
  • Session on Depression, 2010, Regent's University London, UK

Last updated: 08 December 2017