Claudia Cameratti-Baeza is the Assistant Director for Experiential Learning at the Center for Socially Engaged Design. She works closely with Charlie Michaels to continue the ongoing development and revision of new and existing C-SED content, build and support educational initiatives for faculty and students, and develop and co-facilitate training and support for C-SED’s Graduate Facilitators.
Claudia’s career and experience as an international educator have focused on curricular design and pedagogical consultation in diverse contexts and disciplines. Among others, leading the curricular design and coordination of experiential learning programs like The Ann Arbor Languages Partnership (A2LP), developing structures for pedagogical consultation and faculty development as Associate Director for Faculty Development at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile School of Engineering, and more recently in her role as instructional consultant leading large scale course transformation with the Foundational Course Initiative (FCI) at the UM Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT).
Claudia earned her PhD in Educational Studies from UM, with a focus on teaching and teacher education and has a MS in cognitive development from Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago, Chile, and a BA in psychology from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Ask Claudia about: curricular design, pedagogies for active and equitable learning, training of trainers, communities of practice, visual representation of ideas, or simply come to have a conversation about improving educational experiences for all.