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...
Video presentation of the STELLAE Research Group of the University of Santiago de Compostela
Video presentation of the EDULLAB Research Group of the University of La Laguna.
Presentation of the book “Integrating Video into Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Training” where the group GIETE (Seville) has contributed with the chapter “Video and Its Incorporation into Social Networking Sites for Teacher Training”.
Video presentation of the GIETE Research Group of the University of Seville.
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.
On the occasion of the 3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research, which took place from June 3-5 and which we previously reported on this website, the spanish journal “El Diario...
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.
The Conference is part of the CDEPI project (Digital Competence in compulsory education students. Socio-familial environments, appropriation processes and e-inclusion proposals) in which are participating the research groups STELLAE (University of Santiago de Compostela) and GITE-USAL (University of Salamanca).
The National Centre for Research Methods reports about the “3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research”
The National Centre for Research Methods (University of Southampton), in its latest issue of the newsletter “Methods News”, broadly reports about the “3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research: Transformative and Inclusive...