REUNI+D Blog

What works BEST in education?

The main task of any teacher is to promote and maximize the learning of all students. This hard issue is rarely achieved, so there are many students who are driven to school failure, either by...

Debate around “Educational MIR”

A few days ago the Minister of Education, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo, conveyed to the media the idea of ​​the Government to incorporate to the National Pact for Education a model of access to...

Connecting Networks – The relationship between research and educational practice

In this edition, we want to highlight those issues that interest and concern research groups related to education, their research techniques as well as the development of pedagogical knowledge. In short, with this Symposium we aspire to contribute to the improvement of the visibility of the studies carried out by researchers and research groups in our country.

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.