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The postmodern professional: Contemporary learning practices, dilemmas and perspectives

In the last two decades the teaching profession has increasingly lost autonomy and become subject to political change that has introduced a market orientation to both educational organisation and culture. The stages that the teaching profession has gone through can be characterised as: pre-professional; autonomy; collegial and the post-professional age.

DUALETIC

«DUALETIC. Study of the effectiveness of implementing UDL principles and the uses of accessible digital materials: implications for acquiring literacy processes in Primary Education and for teacher training» (EDU201124926).   Groups: INDUCT – Inclusion,...

e-Confidence

Confidence in behaviour changes through serious games (e-Confidence)   Groups: Instituto Tecnológico de Castilla y Leon  (Burgos, Spain) Eun Partnership Aisbl   (Belgium) Everis Spain Sl  (Madrid, Spain) Nurogames Gmbh  (Germany) Universidad De Salamanca...

LICESO

The civic involvement of students of compulsory secondary education from Andalusia in social networks (LICESO).   Group: Research Group ICUFOP (Curriculum research and teacher training) Consolidated Group HUM-267 of the University of Granada. Dates: 2015-2018 Financing...

ECOEC

Ecologies of learning in multiple contexts : analysis of expanded education projects and building citizenship   Groups: University of Granada: Research Group ICUFOP (Curriculum research and teacher training) Consolidated Group HUM-267. University of Málaga: Research...