On January 22, 2019, the MOOC ‘Trends in educational and social research’, coordinated by the EDULLAB research group (University of La Laguna) and carried out by the different groups that make up the REUNI+D network, received the second prize in the third call for Educational Innovation Awards of the Miríadax platform.
In this text we have incorporated the 76 papers accepted for communication in the Symposium, contributions that account for research and projects carried out in recent years.
On October 10 and 11 a new edition of the “Cycle of experiences against social marginalization” will take place. It is a space for shared reflection that since its creation in 2011 and throughout...
REUNI+D invites you to participate in the winter school Ethnography Unbound: Responding to Late Modernity’s Mobilities and Challenges, which will take place in Barcelona from 12 to 14 December 2018.
On June 6, as a previous activity to the Symposium “Connecting Networks” that would develop the next two days, a meeting took place involving all the different groups that make up the REUNI +...
You can now access the videos corresponding to the live broadcast of the Connecting Networks Symposium, which took place in Santiago de Compostela on June 7 and 8, 2018.
In this course, we offer an overview of the educational research process from an emerging perspective. The identification of new problems and themes that are emerging within the framework of the new socio-political scenarios and changes in scientific and educational knowledge is proposed.
Very soon, the University Network for Research and Educational Innovation (REUNI+D), will publish its MOOC TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RESEARCH. This course will be available only in Spanish, and tries to offer an overview of this scenario, sometimes alternative, sometimes emerging, sometimes recovering marginalized traditions, that opens up in social and educational research. You can’t miss it!
Video presentation of the ICUFOP Research Group of the University of Granada
The communications included in this work correspond to those accepted by the reviewers after a selective double-blind process, which are accompanied by the reports made in each of the working groups. The present book of is structured in four blocks: the first three refer to the axes in which the selected works have been structured, and which correspond to “Narrative methodologies such as participatory excellence”; “Participatory Methodologies in Educational Contexts”; “Other methodological perspectives”. And the fourth chapter deals with the aforementioned rapporteurships.