Beatriz Álvarez Díaz es investigadora en el Departamento de Matemáticas de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, en el área de Geometría Algebraica. A su vez, forma parte de diversos proyectos de divulgación de las matemáticas orientados a distintas edades y etapas educativas, enfocados tanto hacia el sistema educativo como a otros sectores de la sociedad. Pertenece al grupo de innovación docente MaReMa de la Universidade de Vigo y es miembro de CITMAga (Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Matemática de Galicia).
Ixchel Dzohara Gutiérrez Rodríguez es profesora Ayudante Doctora en el Departamento de Matemáticas de la Universidade de Vigo, integrando su investigación la Geometría Riemanniana y la didáctica de las matemáticas. Es lectora de la Red de Enseñanza Creativa de las Matemáticas del CIMAT (Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas) en México. Pertenece al grupo de innovación docente MaReMa de la Universidade de Vigo y es miembro de CITMAga (Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Matemática de Galicia).
Marta Pérez Rodríguez es profesora Titular en Didáctica de las Matemáticas de la Universidade de Vigo, coordinando el grupo de innovación docente MaReMa (Materiales y Recursos en Matemáticas). Además de su actividad como investigadora en el área de Geometría Algebraica, es investigadora principal de proyectos de divulgación e innovación docente relacionados con las vocaciones matemáticas y la metodología Aprendizaje y Servicio. Pertenece al grupo de innovación docente MaReMa de la Universidade de Vigo y es miembro de CITMAga (Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Matemática de Galicia).
Profesor titular de pedagogía general y social en la Università degli Studi di Firenze, director de la misma disciplina en el Departamento de Formación, Lengua, Intercultura, Literatura y Psicología, y exrector de la Italian University Line. También es editor jefe de la revista Studi sulla Formazione y director científico del Forum Internazionale della Formazione. Es autor de más de doscientas publicaciones de los ámbitos filosófico-educativo, histórico-pedagógico y metodológico-didáctico, entre las que se encuentran Elementi di filosofia dell’educazione (2006), Pedagogia generale (con F. Cambi, M. Giosi, D. Sarsini, 2017) o La relazione educativa (como editor, 2021).
Doctor por la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y docente en la misma universidad, donde dirige el Grupo de Investigación DIVERSIA y coordina el Grado en Lengua de Signos Española y Comunidad Sorda. Su ámbito de investigación se enfoca a la inclusión de las personas con discapacidad y, más concretamente, en el área educativa.
Docente en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y doctora en Humanidades por la misma universidad. Su ámbito de investigación aborda el bilingüismo con personas sordas y el multilingüismo en las lenguas de signos, siendo investigadora principal de diferentes proyectos de investigación europeos.
Catedrático de Historia Moderna en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos e investigador de referencia del Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Entre 2013-2015 fue consejero técnico de atención a la diversidad en el Centro Nacional de Innovación e Investigación Educativa. Ha participado y dirigido diversos proyectos Erasmus+ y realizado diversas publicaciones sobre el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior.
Profesora Titular de Sociologia. Directora del Grupo de Investigacion Investigación Internacional Compara. Presidenta del Comité de Valores de la Federacion Española de Sociologia. Miembro del Comité Digital Sociology de la International Sociological Asotiation.
Profesor del Departamento de Psicología de la Universidad de Almería. Licenciado en Psicología Universidad de Almería (2000). Doctor en Psicología (Cum Laude) por la Universidad de Almería con Mención de Excelencia. Máster Oficial de Análisis Funcional en Psicología Clínica y de la Salud UAL (2010). Máster Prevención de Riesgos Laborales especialidad en Psicosociología y Ergonomía.
Doctora en Educación por la UNED. Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado por la UNED. Profesora Asociada Laboral en la Universidad de Almería en el Departamento de Educación Área de Conocimiento: Teoría e Historia de la Educación), Directora Pedagógica de Educación Infantil y Educación Primaria del Centro López Vicuña de Madrid. Licenciada en Psicopedagogía en la especialidad de Educación Especial, Diplomada en Magisterio en la especialidad de educación Primaria, Máster en innovación e investigación en ciencias de la Educación, Máster en Mediación y Orientación Familiar en Educación y Máster en resolución de conflictos en el ámbito educativo.
Profesora en el Área de Teoría e Historia de la Educación de la Universidad de Almería. Diplomada en magisterio Educación Infantil; Licenciada en Psicopedagogía, con premio extraordinario al mejor expediente de la titulación; dos másteres «Intervención en convivencia escolar» y «Español como lengua extranjera»; doctora en el Programa de Innovación Educativa, en el 2020 con calificación Sobresaliente “Cum Laude”.
Marisa Barros nace en Barcelona. Estudia Filología Hispánica. Diplomada en Lenguas y Culturas de India e Irán por la Universidad de Salamanca. Máster en Espiritualidad Transcultural por FVB. Especializada en Enseñanza y Aprendizaje del español ELE por UDIMA. Profesora de Yoga, con más de veinte años de experiencia, siguiendo el legado de Sri. Krishnamacharya y su hijo TKV Desikachar. Se inicia en el buddhismo junto a Juan Manzanera. Desde 2010 coordina grupos de Diálogo Interreligioso para Unesco y se inicia en el silencio contemplativo con Javier Melloni. Actualmente, colabora con La Cova Sant Ignasi de Manresa acompañando ejercicios espirituales. Poeta y escritora, algunas de sus últimas publicaciones son el poemario Olor a incienso (2017) y la obra de ensayo Preludios a la oración (2020).
Es profesora titular de Universidad en el Área de Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación en la Universidad de Salamanca. Miembro del Grupo de Evaluación Educativa y Orientación dentro de la Unidad de Investigación Consolidada de la Junta de Castilla y León: GRIAL (GRupo de investigación en InterAcción y eLearning) (UIC 81). Actualmente, directora del Instituto de Investigación, Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Salamanca.
Es vicerrectora de Calidad y Enseñanzas de Grado de la Universidad de Salamanca y catedrática de Universidad de Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación de la Universidad de Salamanca. Desde 2006 coordina el Grupo de Evaluación Educativa y Orientación dentro de la Unidad de Investigación Consolidada de la Junta de Castilla y León: GRIAL (GRupo de investigación en InterAcción y eLearning) (UIC 81).
Es doctor en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación. Catedrático de Medios digitales y Educación en la Universitat de Barcelona y director del Instituto de Investigación en Educación en la misma institución. Autor de 33 libros y 177 artículos, ha impartido 268 conferencias en diferentes países y ha dirigido o participado en una cincuentena de proyectos de investigación internacionales. Sus dos líneas principales de investigación han sido el diseño de entornos multimedia de aprendizaje y la evaluación de los aprendizajes potenciada por la tecnología. Ambas líneas convergen en diseños semipresenciales y el uso de blockchain en Educación.
Catedrático de Tecnología Educativa de la Universidad de las Islas Baleares. Investigador principal del Grupo de Tecnología Educativa del Institut de Recerca i Innovació Educativa. Coordinador del Doctorado en Tecnología Educativa (UIB, URV, U. Lleida y U. Murcia). Director de la Maestría en Educación en Entornos Virtuales (Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Argentina). Ha liderado diferentes proyectos de I+D+i en TIC y educación superior y entornos virtuales de enseñanza-aprendizaje a nivel nacional, europeo e internacional. Es director de Edutec-e. Revista electrónica de tecnología educativa.
Es profesor titular en el Área de Comunicación Audiovisual y Publicidad en la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Salamanca. Director del Máster Universitario en Investigación en Comunicación Audiovisual (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Salamanca, 2012-2017) y del MBA en Empresas e Instituciones Culturales (Universidad de Salamanca y Fundación José Ortega-Gasset y Gregorio Marañón –‌Madrid–, 2010-2012). Actualmente es secretario académico del Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Salamanca e investigador responsable del Grupo de Investigación Reconocido Cultura Académica, Patrimonio y Memoria Social (CaUSAL).
Es catedrático de la Universidad del Departamento de Informática y Automática en la Universidad de Salamanca (USAL). Desde 2006 es el director del Grupo de Investigación Reconocido por la USAL GRIAL (GRupo de investigación en InterAcción y eLearning), que es Unidad de Investigación Consolidada de la Junta de Castilla y León (UIC 81).
Doctora en Pedagogía por la Universidad de Sevilla y Licenciada en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación por la misma universidad. Diplomada en Enseñanza en la Educación Superior por la Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO). Profesora titular (acreditada a Cátedra) en el Departamento de Educación y Psicología Social de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO). Coordinadora académica del programa de doctorado en estudios migratorios y directora académica del Grado de Educación Social. Su aportación científica y actividad académica se vinculan a la educación inclusiva, las actitudes de docentes hacia la diversidad y las prácticas relevantes y la relación entre desigualdades y educación. Ha sido becaria Fulbright y Fellow del Real Colegio Complutense en Harvard desde 2005. Ha participado en proyectos de investigación con equipos de diferentes países. Ha sido profesora visitante en universidades americanas, europeas y australianas. Directora del grupo de investigación de Estudios sobre Inclusión e Innovación Social y Educativa (GEIISE-SEJ-633).
Catedrática de la Facultad de Psicología, Ciencias de la Educación y del Deporte de Blanquerna y directora del Instituto de Investigación en Psicología, Aprendizaje y Desarrollo (Re-Psy) de la Universitat Ramon Llull. Miembro numeraria del Institut d’Estudis Catalans, directora del Seminario Interuniversitario sobre Identidad y Nuevas Trayectorias Educativas (SINTE), reconocido como grupo consolidado por la Generalitat de Catalunya. Sus líneas actuales de investigación y sus publicaciones giran en torno al aprendizaje de la escritura en contextos científicos y académicos, así como al desarrollo de la identidad investigadora.
Profesora colaboradora permanente doctora del Departamento de Cognición, Desarrollo y Psicología de la Educación de la Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Miembro del Grupo de investigación LECRAI «Lectura, escritura, pensamiento crítico, aprendizaje e intervención». Doctora en Psicología de la Educación (UB). Su investigación se centra en los procesos de lectura y escritura para aprender y para pensar críticamente en contextos digitales.

Profesor titular del Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática de la Universidad de Granada. Tiene una experiencia profesional de más de 17 años como profesor de Secundaria. Ha participado en numerosos cursos, grupos de trabajo y congresos de educación matemática, donde ha presentado comunicaciones y dirigido talleres. Sus principales líneas de investigación son la atención al talento matemático, el pensamiento algebraico y el sentido espacial.

Profesor titular de Universidad en el Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática de la Universidad de Granada, del cual es director. Sus líneas prioritarias de investigación son la educación STEM, la formación de profesores, el talento matemático y el diseño, desarrollo y evaluación del currículo de matemáticas.

Doctor en Didáctica de la Matemática y profesor contratado doctor en el Departamento de Didáctica de la Matemática. Su labor investigadora se centra en pensamiento matemático avanzado, formación inicial del profesorado de Matemáticas, modelización matemática y aprendizaje basado en tecnología. Sus publicaciones en libros y artículos, tanto de investigación como de docencia, son numerosas. Es director de trabajos de investigación y tesis doctorales en Didáctica de la Matemática.
Patrícia Victòria Martínez i Àlvarez és doctora, docent al Departament d’Història de la Universitat de Barcelona, especialitzada en història de les dones a l’Amèrica Llatina i en àmbits de pedagogia feminista. Des de 2015 dissenya i coordina formacions per a docents de diferents universitats entorn de la innovació feminista i de la transversalització de la perspectiva de gènere en la docència.  Actualment coordina el projecte interuniversitari «Innovació docent a les aules universitàries del Perú i de Catalunya per a l’abordatge de les violències masclistes» (Indovig: UAB-UB-UNMSM-PUCP). La seva proposta metodològica relaciona la necessària transformació dels conceptes estructurals de cada assignatura amb una dinàmica pedagògica que situa l’estudiant en el centre de l’elaboració del pensament i del coneixement.
Patrícia Victòria Martínez i Àlvarez es doctora, docente en el Departamento de Historia de la Universitat de Barcelona, especializada en historia de las mujeres en América Latina y en ámbitos de pedagogía feminista. Desde 2015 diseña y coordina formaciones para docentes de diferentes universidades en torno a la innovación feminista y a la transversalización de la perspectiva de género en la docencia. Actualmente, coordina el proyecto interuniversitario «Innovación docente en las aulas universitarias del Perú y de Catalunya para el abordaje de las violencias machistas» (Indovig: UAB-UB-UNMSM-PUCP). Su propuesta metodológica relaciona la necesaria transformación de los conceptos estructurales de cada asignatura con una dinámica pedagógica que sitúa en el centro de la elaboración del pensamiento a los y las estudiantes.
Doctor en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de Salamanca. Doctor Honoris Causa por la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Promotor y director del Grupo de Investigación Procesos, Espacios y Prácticas Educativas. Director de Teoría de la Educación. Revista Interuniversitaria (2001-2018). Premio María de Maeztu de la Universidad de Salamanca a la Excelencia Científica (2020).
Dibujante y psicólogo, es Maestro de Pedagogía Terapéutica y actualmente director del CEIP María de la O, en la barriada malagueña de Los Asperones.
Diplomado en Educación Social, Licenciado en Pedagogía, Graduado en Magisterio de Primaria “Mención en Escuela Inclusiva”, Máster en Cambio Social y Profesiones Educativas, y Doctor en Educación. Actualmente trabaja como Profesor Asociado en el Departamento de Teoría de la Educación y MIDE de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación en la Universidad de Málaga.
Profesor del Departamento de Ciencias de la Educación Lenguaje, Cultura y Artes, Ciencias Histórico-Jurídicas y Humanísticas y Lenguas Modernas (área de Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación) de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid. Su trayectoria profesional se vincula a la accesibilidad universal y al diseño para todas las personas, en concreto, en el ámbito educativo, mediante el diseño universal para el aprendizaje (DUA). Imparte docencia en asignaturas relacionadas con estas materias dentro de los grados de Educación Primaria y Lengua de Signos Española y Comunidad Sorda. También en el Máster Universitario en Educación Inclusiva y Diseño Universal para el Aprendizaje. Forma parte de diferentes proyectos de investigación, tanto nacionales como internacionales, y es integrante del grupo de investigación DIVERSIA. Cuenta con diferentes publicaciones indexadas en los primeros cuartiles de la Web of Sciences y Scopus.
Coordinadora del Grado en Educación Primaria semipresencial de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, donde ejerce como docente e investigadora. Doctorada en Humanidades desempeña sus funciones en torno al ámbito de investigación de la educación inclusiva y el papel de las universidades en la consecución de los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible delimitados por la Agenda 2030.
Profesor de historia en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid. Ha participado en y dirigido diversos proyectos de innovación docente y es el IP del proyecto de Erasmus+ Delyramus et Laboramus. Sus líneas de investigación son la cultura conversacional y la educación en la corte y los entornos nobiliarios en la Edad Moderna.
Doctora en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad de La Laguna (ULL). Especializada en atención a la diversidad. Profesora del Departamento de Didáctica e Investigación Educativa de la Facultad de Educación de la ULL. Actualmente imparte su docencia en el Grado de Logopedia y sus líneas de trabajo son inclusión educativa, alteraciones del lenguaje habla y comunicación, implante coclear y sordoceguera. Ha publicado artículos y libros relacionados con estas temáticas y ha participado en diversos proyectos I+D+i y europeos.
Graduada en Logopedia y con el Máster Universitario en Trastornos de la Comunicación: Neurociencia de la Audición y Lenguaje, por la Universidad de Salamanca. Técnica en Audiología Protésica. En la actualidad trabaja como audioprotesista. Ha participado en proyectos de investigación en el ámbito de atención a la diversidad. Ha sido Venia Docendi en el Grado de Logopedia de la Universidad de La Laguna.
Doctor en Psicología y profesor colaborador honorífico en la Universidad de Almería. Exdirector del Grupo de Investigación «Intervención Psicológica en Desarrollo, Educación y Orientación». Presidente de la Asociación para la Investigación y el Desarrollo del Crecimiento Humano (CH). Miembro de la Asociación INFAD (Asociación de Psicología Evolutiva y Educativa de la Infancia, Adolescencia, Mayores y Discapacidad). Miembro de la asociación europea Unión por la Innovación G-21. Lidera una amplia red de países europeos y latinoamericanos en relación con la investigación con personas mayores y discapacidad. Numerosas publicaciones relevantes relacionadas con las personas mayores y la discapacidad. Exinspector de Educación (Área de Educación Especial) y excoordinador provincial de los departamentos de Orientación Educativa.
Profesora titular de universidad en el Área de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación desde el año 1997. En el año 2004 defendió su tesis doctoral Factores Psicosociales de la Persona Mayor en situación de Asistencia Domiciliaria. Pertenece al grupo de investigación (HUM-955) - Formación, Orientación y Empleabilidad. Ha impartido docencia en diversos cursos y asignaturas de licenciatura, diplomatura, grado, máster y doctorado, en titulaciones como Psicología, Magisterio, Educación Infantil y Primaria y Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte. Desde el año 2009 ostenta cargos académicos. De 2013 a 2015 fue decana de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación, Enfermería y Fisioterapia, y desde 2015 hasta la actualidad, decana de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación.
Maestro, especialista en Educación Especial y en Audición y Lenguaje, licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación y doctor en Psicopedagogía. Fue maestro y orientador escolar. Desde 1996 es profesor del Departamento de Educación de la Universidad de Almería, donde imparte materias de máster y dirige numerosas tesis doctorales. Es autor de diversas publicaciones y ha participado en diferentes proyectos de investigación en el ámbito internacional y nacional. Ha realizado numerosas estancias internacionales en Italia, Portugal, Ecuador, México, Guatemala, Chile, Paraguay y Marruecos. Actualmente dirige el Doctorado en Educación de la Universidad de Almería.
Profesor titular de Universidad en la Universidad de Almería en el área de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación. Realizó su tesis doctoral sobre envejecimiento activo en 2012 como becario FPI, conseguida en concurrencia competitiva. Coordinador del Máster Oficial de Educación Especial. Ha publicado más de 200 ar-tícu-los de impacto internacional (más de 100 indexados en JCR, siendo el 50 en primer y segundo cuartil). También aporta más de 200 comunicaciones en congresos internacionales y nacionales. Ha dirigido 10 tesis doctorales. Ha escrito diversos libros sobre diferentes temáticas en editoriales de prestigio del SPI. Ha participado como investigador en diferentes proyectos europeos (Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus+, AAECID, etc.), en un proyecto de la Junta de Andalucía y en otro de I+D+i Retos del Ministerio. Ha realizado estancias de investigación en Sevilla y Lisboa. Actualmente es director asociado de la Revista de Psicología del Deporte, indexada en JCR (IF 2020 = 1,17).
Profesora titular en el Departamento de Enfermería, Fisioterapia y Medicina de la Universidad de Almería. Docente desde 2006. Directora del grupo de investigación HUM-498. Ha obtenido 19 premios por su labor docente o investigadora. Ha realizado una relevante contribución en investigación, con más de 60 publicaciones indexadas en JCR.
Doctora en Psicología por la Universidad de Almería, actualmente profesora sustituta interina en el área de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación.
Diplomada en Magisterio. Licenciada en Psicopedagogía. Máster en Políticas y Prácticas en Innovación Educativa y máster en Intervención en Convivencia Escolar. Doctora en Educación. Desde 2018 es docente de diversas asignaturas en los grados de Educación Infantil, Educación Primaria, Educación Social, y Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte. Es asesora de Prácticas Externas y codirectora de trabajos fin de grado.
Graduada en Educación Infantil y Máster en Educación Especial. Contratada predoctoral FPU, actualmente combina las tareas propias de la investigación con la docencia en diversas asignaturas en los grados de Educación Infantil, Primaria y Educación Social. Es asesora de prácticas externas.
Doctor en Educación, maestro en educación superior, licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación, especialidad Ciencias Sociales por la Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa. Docente ordinario de pregrado y posgrado de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa. Autor de libros sobre teoría, diseño y programación curricular, realidad educativa nacional, historia de la educación peruana, y formación ciudadana y cívica, además de autor de capítulos de libros y papers. Docente Renacyt.
Pedagogo. Investigador socioeducacional en procesos de formación en espacios virtuales, en tratamiento mediático de los resultados educativos y en didáctica y currículo en la enseñanza de las Ciencias. Profesor del área de Investigación Educativa. Docente ordinario de la Universidad Nacional de San Agustín de Arequipa. Posdoctorado en Ciencias de la Educación en la Universidad de Coimbra (Portugal). Becario Erasmus Mundus. Director del Instituto de Investigación, Desarrollo en Innovación de la Ciencias de la Educación (INEDU-UNSA). Miembro del Consejo Directivo del Programa Nacional de Investigación Científica y Estudios Avanzados PROCIENCIA (CONCYTEC)
Licenciada en Enfermería y docente de la Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal (Perú).
Catedrático de Didáctica y Organización Educativa en la Universidad de Sevilla. Cuenta con seis sexenios de investigación y un índice h de 59. Su área de especialidad es la formación del profesorado, sobre la cual ha publicado una amplia variedad de artículos y libros, entre los que destacan Hacia una formación inicial docente disruptiva, El A, B, C y D de la formación docente y Desarrollo profesional docente. Ha participado como consultor para temáticas de inducción en Perú y ha formado parte del equipo que ha desarrollado el Programa Nacional de Inducción en República Dominicana.
Graduada en Pedagogía con beca FPI y doctoranda en formación docente a través de redes sociales. Miembro del grupo de investigación IDEA en la Universidad de Sevilla. Ha trabajado en el desarrollo de programas de formación docente en competencias digitales y el Programa de Inducción al Profesorado Principiante en la República Dominicana. Ha participado en publicaciones científicas sobre este programa generando artículos publicados en revistas de impacto.
Tiene una experiencia de más de treinta años en áreas relacionadas con Psicología del Trabajo y Recursos Humanos: Implantación de Programas de Desarrollo de Personas, Orientación Laboral y Formación de Personal. Director del programa de mentorías de la UCM. Miembro fundador y vicepresidente de la Red Iberoamericana de Mentoría (RIME). Miembro de Comisión Asesora de Innovación Educativa de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Doctora en Psicología por la UCM. Cuenta con más de treinta años de experiencia en áreas de investigación e intervención centradas en el desarrollo e implantación de procesos de gestión de personas, destacando los procesos de selección e incorporación, formación y desarrollo de competencias, así como análisis y valoración de puestos de trabajo.
Doctora en Ciencias Físicas por la UAM. Tiene una experiencia de más de veinte años en áreas de investigación relacionadas con la Astrofísica (dinámica de galaxias, cosmología, simulaciones numéricas, etc.). En el área de la mentoría en entornos académicos, es una de las responsables del programa de mentoría de la UCM.
Profesor titular del Área de Teoría e Historia de la Educación de la Universidad de Málaga. Sus líneas de investigación actuales son el análisis de la política educativa andaluza y en la Historia de la Educación, especialmente en la transición democrática española, que ha desarrollado a través de diversos artículos y capítulos de libros en revistas y editoriales de impacto.
Licenciado en Filosofía (1995), Ciencias Políticas (2004) y Derecho (2010). Graduado en Comunicación (2012). Doctor en Filosofía (2009). Durante 16 años ha impartido clases a estudiantes de Secundaria y Bachillerato. Desde 2011 es profesor de la Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR). Actualmente, es director del Máster de Métodos de Enseñanza en Educación Personalizada y coordinador del Máster de Educación del Carácter y Educación Emocional. Dirige el grupo de investigación de la UNIR El Quehacer Educativo como Acción (Educacción).
Nació en Buenos Aires en 1957. Maestra especializada en educación infantil, vinculada con el pensamiento pedagógico de Loris Malaguzzi, desde la realización del Curso de Rol del Coordinador Pedagógico de las escuelas de Reggio Emilia. En 1998 fundó el Jardín de Infantes Fabulinus. Ha publicado artículos en diversas revistas educativas, entre las que se encuentran Infancia Latinoamericana y Territorios de juego y exploración. Es coautora del libro El número a través del juego y es formadora en seminarios de formación y capacitación en Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil.
Nació en Buenos Aires en 1970. Maestra especializada en educación infantil, participó en el Curso de Rol del Coordinador Pedagógico de las escuelas de Reggio Emilia. Con Alejandra Dubovik, es fundadora del Jardín de Infantes Fabulinus. Ha publicado artículos en Infancia Latinoamericana y Territorios de juego y exploración. Es formadora en seminarios de formación y capacitación en Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil.
PhD Department of Translation, Interpretation and Applied Languages, University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, Spain. Research and Teaching fields: intercultural communication, German as a foreign language, computer assisted language learning and teacher training.
PhD, Department of Biosciences, University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, Spain. Research and Teaching fields: EMI (English-medium instruction), CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) and internationalisation in higher education.
PhD Department of Communication, University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, Spain. Research and Teaching fields: EMI (English-medium instruction), Computer Assisted Language Learning and Intercultural Communication in higher education.
PhD Department of Languages and Literature, University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, Spain. Research and Teaching fields: English as a foreign language, Intercultural Communication, European Projects and teacher training.
Licenciado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte por la UB. Doctor en Pedagogía por la UAB. Profesor titular de la UAB y formador de maestros y maestras. Miembro de COMPLEX, grupo para la sostenibilidad y la educación ambiental. Investigador de valores en el deporte.
Biólogo en Gestión de Recursos Naturales. Ingeniero en Recursos Naturales Renovables y facilitador de experiencias basadas en naturaleza. Director de Proyectos Consultora al Aire Libre (Chile). Miembro del grupo RADICE (Grupo de Reflexión y Acción en Didáctica de las Ciencias). Profesor de la Universidad Católica de Temuco.
Académico en la Universidad Católica del Maule. Profesor de Primaria, Formación del profesorado y Magíster en Educación de las Ciencias. Miembro de GRECIA-PUC (Investigación en Didáctica de las Ciencias) y de la Red Latinoamericana de Didáctica de las Ciencias. Coordinador del grupo RADICE.
Licenciado en Educación Física por la UB y doctor en Pedagogía por la UAB. Profesor titular en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la UAB. Coordinador académico de la Universitat a l’Abast. Miembro del Grupo INFO-EDU-UAB (Ecosistema de Recursos Audiovisuales Informativos para la Educación). Miembro del grupo COMPLEX.
Professor at the University of Malaga. PhD in Education and Social Communication (University of Malaga), PhD in Comparative Modernities: Literatures, Arts and Cultures (University of Minho), and PhD in Art History (UNED). Principal Investigator of the Research Group on Didactics of Multimodal Humanities (GRIDHUM). Member of the Interdisciplinary Group of  Feminist Research (Complutense University of Madrid); GAPS – Gender, Arts and Post-Colonial  Studies (University of Minho); and Laboratoire de Recherche sur les Publics de la Culture (Université  du Québec à Trois-Rivières). Among her recognitions, the following stand out: Meridiana Award 2022 for R&D initiatives (Government of Andalucia), I Prize for Innovation, Quality and Good  Teaching Practices (University of Malaga), X Elisa Pérez Vera Research Award (UNED) and First Prize National Degree in Humanities from the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain.
Licenciada en Traducción e Interpretación en la especialidad de Inglés en la Universidad de Granada. Ejerció como profesora de español en el curso académico 2006-2007 en la Dartford Grammar School (Londres). Desde entonces trabaja como profesora de Enseñanza Secundaria (especialidad Inglés) en la comunidad autónoma de Castilla-la Mancha, alternando con horas de docencia en la Universidad Isabel I de Castilla (Burgos). Se doctoró en Educación en julio de 2021 (sobresaliente cum laude y mención internacional).
Doctorando en el Programa Oficial de Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales y de la Educación de la Universidad de Huelva. Profesor en el área de Didáctica y Organización Escolar de la dicha institución. Sus líneas de investigación son la formación del profesorado, la didáctica y desarrollo curricular, la atención a la diversidad y la diversidad afectivo-sexual.
Estudió Magisterio y Humanidades, realizó el Máster de Literatura Occidental y Enseñanza de Lenguas y se doctoró en Filología, todo ello en la Universidad de Huelva. Desde hace casi veinte años enseña Lengua y Literatura españolas en el Colegio Virgen del Rocío de Huelva, labor que compagina con la de profesor asociado en el Departamento de Filología de la Universidad de Huelva. Forma parte del Grupo Ágora (HUM-648), desde el que desarrolla su investigación, centrada en la literatura infantil y juvenil, las relaciones entre literatura y música y la presencia de los clásicos en las aulas.
Doctora en Psicología y profesora titular del Departamento de Antropología Social, Psicología Básica y Salud Pública de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Su aportación científica se centra en la construcción de la identidad en escenarios culturalmente diversos y en las aplicaciones de este conocimiento a la innovación educativa a través de proyectos de aprendizaje-servicio en la universidad, combinando docencia, investigación e intervención social en una misma actividad académica. Actual vicedecana de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales.
Doctor en Psicología por la Universidad de Valencia (España). Licenciado en Educación Física por la Universidad de Valencia. Catedrático de Universidad en la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche. Miembro del grupo de investigación GICOM. Secretario ejecutivo de la International Human Motricity Network (IHMN) y presidente de la Asociación Iberoamericana de Educación Acuática, Especial e Hidroterapia (AIDEA). Editor de la Revista Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte y Revista de Investigación en Actividades Acuáticas.
Doctor por la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche. (España). Licenciado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte por la Universidad de Valencia. (España). Maestro especialista en Educación Física por la Universidad Jaume I de Castelló (España). Profesor de Educación Física y director en el IES Mediterrània de Benidorm (España)
Doctora en Psicología por la Universidad de Murcia. Profesora titular en la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche. Imparte su docencia en el Grado de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte y en el Grado de Psicología. Profesora en el Máster Universitario en Formación del Profesorado de Secundaria y Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas de la Universidad Miguel Hernández. Editora asistente de la Revista Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte y miembro del comité asesor de la Revista de Investigación en Actividades Acuáticas.
Professora agregada de l’àrea de Filosofia Moral de la Universitat de Barcelona. Doctora per aquesta universitat després de fer recerca a l’Instituto de Filosofía del CSIC i a la Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Ha estat investigadora i docent a la Universität Leipzig, a la Università degli Studi di Parma i al Centre for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists de la Universität Paderborn. Ha escrit diversos articles i capítols de llibre en editorials de prestigi internacional sobre filosofia del llenguatge, joc, feminisme, injustícia social, opressions i exilis.
Investigadora postdoctoral en Bioètica a la Universitat de Barcelona (UB). És doctora en Bioètica i Ètiques Aplicades (UB, premi extraordinari), Màster en Ciutadania i Drets Humans (UB, premi extraordinari), Màster en Bioètica i Dret (UB), i té un postgrau en Pedagogia Hospitalària (UB). És membre dels grups de recerca Aporia i GISME (UB), i de diversos comitès d’ètica assistencials, d’investigació, de serveis socials i de l’àmbit judicial. Ha publicat llibres, articles i capítols de llibre sobre ètica aplicada a infants i adolescents, i ha participat en projectes de recerca nacionals i europeus.
Fernando Trujillo Sáez holds a PhD in English Philology and is a lecturer at the Faculty of Education and Humanities in Ceuta. His work focuses on the relationship between culture, language and education, with a special interest in sexism in language and coeducation.
Graduate in Anthropology and Audiovisual Communication and PhD from the Universitat de València. He is a lecturer in the Department of Language and Literature Didactics at the University of Valencia and teaches on the Early Childhood Education teaching degree. His main lines of research are diversity in children's literature, drama in the classroom and initial literacy. He belongs to the Education and Diversity Research Group (EDi), of which he was director from its creation in 2017 until 2021.
Graduate in Catalan Philology and PhD from the Universitat de València. She is a lecturer in the Department of Language and Literature Didactics at the University of Valencia and teaches on the Primary Education Teaching Degree. Her research interests are related to oral language learning, language attitudes and family diversity in children's literature She currently directs the Education and Diversity Research Group (EDi) at the University of Valencia.
Adnaloy Estela Pardo Rojas, PhD in Psychopedagogy, teacher of the Master in Special Education at the University of Huelva, with extensive experience in university teaching and research, both focused on ICT applied to education, educational attention to diversity and active methodologies, with an emphasis on gamification.
María de los Ángeles Triviño García, PhD in Psychopedagogy, lecturer in Social Education, Infant and Primary Education at the University of Huelva, with experience in research on didactics, evaluation, teaching innovation and educational attention to diversity.
Begoña Mora Jaureguialde, PhD with European Mention in Education, lecturer in the Department of Pedagogy at the University of Huelva, with teaching and research experience in the use of ICT in education, CLIL methodology, active methodologies, quality in education and attention to diversity.
Profesor titular de universidad, vinculado al Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación de la Universidad de Granada.
PhD from the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) and Master's degree in Bilingual Teaching from the Nebrija University. She has been working in the Department of Modern Philology at the UCLM since 2008 and is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences in Toledo. She is co-author of the books Orientaciones teóricas y prácticas para el aula bilingüe en Educación Primaria and Aprendizaje en igualdad en el aula de lengua extrajera.  
Lecturer in the Faculty of Education in Toledo, where she teaches English language subjects on the Infant and Primary Education degrees. She holds a degree in Translation and Interpreting (UCM) and a Master's degree in Hispanic Linguistics and Language Science (UNED). His research focuses on foreign language teaching and the translation of children's literature.
Professor of Social Sciences Didactics at the University of Burgos. Doctor in Didactics of Social Sciences from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Doctor in Education from the University of Burgos and Doctor in American History from the University of Extremadura. He has focused his main research interests on the inclusion of social problems in education. Senior Lecturer in Didactics of Social Sciences at the University of Burgos. Doctor of Didactics of Social Sciences from the Auto-nomous University of Barcelona, Doctor of Educational Sciences from the University of Burgos, and Doctor of History from the University of Extremadura. He has focused his main research interests on the inclusion of social problems in education.
Research interests include teacher professional development, integrated and inclusive approaches in primary education and teacher education, and the use of epistemology in science teaching. He has coordinated numerous European and national projects. Profesor de Didáctica de las Ciencias Experimentales en la Universidad de Burgos. Sus intereses de investigación incluyen el desarrollo profesional del profesorado, los enfoques integrados e inclusivos en la educación primaria y la formación del profesorado, y el uso de la epistemología en la enseñanza de las ciencias. She has coordinated numerous European and national projects.
Lecturer in History of Art at the University of Burgos. Director of the Area of Research, Management and Dissemination of Heritage at the University of Burgos. Director of the CSIC Associated R&D&I Unit Glass and Cultural Heritage Materials. Secretary of the Art, Archaeometry and Heritage Section of the Spanish Society of Ceramics and Glass. Senior Lecturer in Art History at the University of Burgos. Director of Heritage Research, Management and Dissemination at the University of Burgos. Director of unit associated to CSIC ‘Glass and Materials of Cultural Heritage’. Secretary of Section of Art, Archaeometry and Heritage - Spanish Ceramic and Glass Society.
escolaimaxinada.com. They are also authors of the work Educar a través da arte. Cara a unha escola imaxinada (Kalandraka Editora).">Vicente Blanco
Vicente Blanco and Salvador Cidrásare visual artists and lecturers in the area of Plastic Expression at the University of Santiago de Compostela in the Faculty of Teacher Training in Lugo. Graduates in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo and PhDs in Fine Arts (UGR) and Humanities (USC), respectively, they develop their artistic research in different media, such as video, drawing, sculpture and installation. His work has been exhibited individually in important contemporary art museums: Reina Sofía (Madrid), CGAC (Compostela), MUSAC (León); also in numerous group exhibitions. They are promoters of the educational innovation group Escola Imaxinada, a collective made up of different professionals from the fields of the arts, architecture, philosophy and infant and primary education, whose objectives are to bring schools closer to methodologies based on the arts and to contribute to the design of quality educational spaces and resources in the classroom. Their proposals are collected in the blog escolaimaxinada.com. They are also authors of the work Educar a través da arte. Cara a unha escola imaxinada (Kalandraka Editora).
escolaimaxinada.com. They are also authors of the work Educar a través da arte. Cara a unha escola imaxinada (Kalandraka Editora).">Salvador Cidrás
Vicente Blanco and Salvador Cidrás are visual artists and lecturers in the area of Plastic Expression at the University of Santiago de Compostela in the Faculty of Teacher Training in Lugo. Graduates in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo and PhDs in Fine Arts (UGR) and Humanities (USC), respectively, they develop their artistic research in different media, such as video, drawing, sculpture and installation. His work has been exhibited individually in important contemporary art museums: Reina Sofía (Madrid), CGAC (Compostela), MUSAC (León); also in numerous group exhibitions. They are promoters of the educational innovation group Escola Imaxinada, a collective made up of different professionals from the fields of the arts, architecture, philosophy and infant and primary education, whose objectives are to bring schools closer to methodologies based on the arts and to contribute to the design of quality educational spaces and resources in the classroom. Their proposals are collected in the blog escolaimaxinada.com. They are also authors of the work Educar a través da arte. Cara a unha escola imaxinada (Kalandraka Editora).
She has been a lecturer in the Department of Applied Pedagogy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona for twenty-three years. She is the author of numerous articles on her field of research: organisational culture, climate, communication, leadership and innovation in training institutions and in particular in universities. He has also written solo and collaborative books on the above subjects as well as university textbooks. She has held numerous management positions at the university such as director of the department to which she belongs, deputy dean of the faculty and others.
Julián Franco-Lorenzana (Cáceres, 1973). Filmmaker and film researcher. Master's Degree in Audiovisual Heritage Management from the Complutense University of Madrid, C.A.P. in Geography and Economic History from the Complutense University of Madrid. Bachelor in Management Sciences por la West Scotland University. Graduate in CC. Economics and a Diploma in Science and Technology. Business Studies at the University of Extremadura. He is currently completing his PhD in Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations at the Complutense University of Madrid.
He holds a B.A. in Social Sciences from Ritsumeikan University of Asia Pacific (Beppu, Japan), an M.A. in International Development from Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand), a Doctor of Philosophy in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Nova Southeastern University, a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, and a postgraduate degree in Social Justice from Harvard University (Boston, Massachusetts). He is currently in the process of writing his thesis for a Master's degree in Anthropology and Archaeology at Harvard University. He has completed a postdoctoral stay at the University of San José (Costa Rica) with a focus on management and leadership. In the field of research, he is the author of more than ninety academic articles published in indexed journals, five books, and has been a keynote speaker at several international academic conferences. With administrative experience in the field of education and as a consultant in more than twenty countries, he has received important international recognitions, including being knighted by King Felipe VI of Spain with the Order of Isabella the Catholic, the Medal of the French Senate, the title of Honorary Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo, the Dr. Vicente Rocafuerte Decoration of the Legislative Assembly of the Republic of Ecuador, among others. He is a corresponding member of the prestigious Royal Academy of Economic and Financial Sciences of Spain and an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Doctors of Spain. He currently serves as Program Director and Professor of Educational Leadership at Keiser University's Latin Division.
University lecturer at the Faculty of Education of the UNED, Spain. Director of the postgraduate and professional development programme with a modular structure "Intervention from Social Education in the Educational System" (UNED degree).
Psychiatrist. Psychoanalyst, with full didactic functions, of the Spanish Society of Psychoanalysis and invited member of the Madrid Psychoanalytic Association and the International Psychoanalytic Association IPA. Member of the Board of Directors of the Revista de Psicopatología y Salud del Niño y del Adolescente (Fundación Orienta, Barcelona). Director of the Parent Care Unit in Seville.
Master of Early Childhood Education at the University of Barcelona. She has twenty-four years of experience in nursery schools and fourteen years as headmistress of a municipal nursery school. She has led several educational innovation projects at her school and has given training courses.
Lecturer at the Faculty of Information and Audiovisual Media -FIMA- at the University of Barcelona. PhD in Information and Communication Sciences. She is an expert in open educational resources and open science, and has an extensive academic career in this field, which includes a doctoral thesis, the publication of several articles, the teaching of specific courses and collaboration in projects and thematic networks specialising in OER.
Degree in Chemical Sciences and PhD in Educational Sciences. She is a secondary education teacher and associate lecturer at the University of Cadiz.
PhD in Science and Professor at the University of Cadiz in the Area of Didactics of Experimental Sciences. He is a former secondary school teacher.
PhD in Marine Sciences from the University of Cádiz, who works as a contract lecturer in the Experimental Sciences Didactics Area.
María Bori Soucheiron (1964-2019) Lecturer in General Basic Education (Autonomous University of Barcelona). Master's Degree in Lifelong Hospital Pedagogy and Postgraduate Degree in Pedagogy, Childhood and Illness (University of Barcelona). Director of Educational Management at Casabierta COANIQUEM since 1996. Founder and treasurer of REDLACEH (Red Latinoamericana y del Caribe para el Derecho a la Educación para Niños, Niñas y Jóvenes Hospitalizados o en Situación de Enfermedad) since 2007. She was president of the Corporación Educacional de Aulas Hospitalarias de Chile (CEDAUH) and a member of the CEDAUH board of directors. Promoter of the Aula de Caseidad of the Corporación Cultural Universitas Albertiana. Trainer and promoter of activities related to hospital pedagogy and casework.
Àngel Gasol Señorón has a degree in History from Rovira i Virgili University and a master's degree in Museology and Cultural Heritage Management (UB). He works as a high school teacher. His current lines of research are: research on history teaching and art history in high school; research on the convents of the Camp de Tarragona; research on the heritage lost in the last Spanish Civil War and research on the oral heritage of the Tarragona region.
Marta Serrano Coll holds a PhD in Art History from Rovira i Virgili University, where she has been teaching since 2006 and where she has organized symposia and conferences, some of which are international in nature. She has been the recipient of research grants that have allowed her to study abroad, such as England, France or Italy, the last of which was as a Guest Researcher in 2017 at the Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art of Paris. His concern for the discipline and how it fits in with teaching and the needs of society have led him to coordinate more than six seminars since 2012, some with the aim of establishing links between secondary and university, now consolidated. with the groupArs Memoriae, which he coordinates with Esther Lozano.
Esther Lozano López holds a PhD in Art History from Rovira i Virgili University. She has taught at several Catalan Universities (UdG, UAB and URV). She is a teacher-tutor at the UNED, a civil servant in Secondary Education and since 2017 she has been working at ENTI_School of New Interactive Technologies at the UB. In addition, she is a teacher of Courses for Teachers of the Generalitat de Catalunya through the ICE of the URV. She has been invited to give lectures at national and international universities and is a member of various research groups such as TEMPLA, Estudis Culturals-UdG, mEduTarraco, coordinates, with Marta Serrano, Ars Memoriae.
PhD in Languages and Cultures and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cordoba. His lines of research focus on bilingual education, intercultural education, teacher training and professional teacher identity.
She is a lecturer in the Department of Language and Literature Didactics at the University of Valencia and a member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Society of Language and Literature Didactics (SEDLL). His lines of research include literary education in multicultural and multilingual contexts, reader training, information and communication technologies in the development of reading and literary competence, children's and young people's literature, illustrated albums and comics.
María Cristina Sanz. PhD in Science and tenured lecturer at the University of Barcelona. She has held various management positions since the 1980s, from head of studies to divisional vice-president, and has focused mainly on academic and human resources issues. Since 2004 she has been in charge of the University of Barcelona's own degrees and lifelong learning, and is currently the director of the Postgraduate Agency. She has participated and participates in various academic networks, with leadership positions, and since March 2019 she has been president of the University Network of Postgraduate Studies and Continuing Education (RUEPEP) of Spanish universities. Since its creation in 2010, she has been the director of the Master in University Policy and Management.
Lecturer in Social Sciences Didactics at the University of Murcia. He has been professor of economic history at the University of Zaragoza, and visiting scholar at the universities of Cambridge (UK) and UCLA (USA).
Ángeles Rebollo Catalán es profesora de métodos de investigación y diagnóstico en educación en la Universidad de Sevilla, especializada en metodología cualitativa y análisis del discurso en los estudios de las mujeres y de género.
Professor of Experimental Science Didactics at the Public University of Navarre since 2012, she teaches on the Infant and Primary Education teaching degrees and on the Master's Degree in Secondary Teacher Training. D. in veterinary sciences, her academic training has been multidisciplinary in the field of science. He has done research in many fields, such as molecular biology, ethology and animal behaviour, and science education. He has spent time at international and national centres and has published numerous articles in high-impact journals.
Doctor in Psychopedagogy, lecturer in the area of Theory and History of Education at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Member of the European Committee of Sport History and the European Network for Studies in Sport Sciences, his main line of research is the history of physical education and sport. He has won the City of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Research Award (2005) and the Antonio Lemus del Moral Research Award (2009), and has been distinguished by the Sports Press Association of the Canary Islands. Co-author of the book La formación en el arbitraje deportivo (2021).
PhD in Psychology, and lecturer in the Department of Clinical and Experimental Psychology at the University of Huelva. He has carried out studies related to the population of referees, both in football and basketball, on burnout syndrome, emotional states, injuries in referees of different sports disciplines, etc. He is the head of the research group «Psicología del Ejercicio, el Deporte y la Salud (PSEDESA) CTS-980».
Doctor in Psychopedagogy and Professor of University School in the area of Theory and History of Education at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Founder of the Centre for Sports Refereeing Studies at the ULPGC, he has been director of sports refereeing at FIBA Europe. Scientific advisor from 2013 to the present for the European Handball Federation (EHF). Former international basketball referee, with a long history of officiating finals, including the final of the Olympic Games. OO. Atlanta (1996) between the USA and Yugoslavia. Co-author of the book La formación en el arbitraje deportivo (2021).
Master's Degree in Mathematical Engineering from the University of Buenos Aires, Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics Teaching and Professor of Mathematics. Lecturer in courses and specialisation for teacher training, at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Buenos Aires (FIUBA), and in Mathematics at tertiary and university level in national universities. Researcher at the Virtual Learning Environments Laboratory and member of the Centre for Educational Technologies at FIUBA. Participant in UBACyT projects on various educational research topics. Member of the EDUTEC 2021 Organising Committee.
Mathematics and Physics teacher. Specialist in Educational Informatics and Master in Educational Project Management. Regular Assistant Professor in Physics and Mathematics at the Faculties of Engineering (FIUBA) and Economics at the University of Buenos Aires. Director of the Centre for Educational Technologies and the Virtual Learning Environments Laboratory at FIUBA. Categorised researcher and director of several teaching, research and extension projects at the UBA. President of the EDUTEC 2021 Organising Committee.
Degree in Physics and Mathematics and specialist in Didactics of Mathematics from the Universidad Libre (Cali), with a Master's degree in Education and Human Development from the Universidad de San Buenaventura (Cali) and a PhD in Education from the Universidad del Valle (Cali). He has been Undersecretary of Education and Secretary of Culture in Cali and has been a university professor in several Masters in Education and Pedagogy at the universities of Icesi, San Buenaventura, Santiago de Cali, Industrial de Santander and Francisco de Paula Santander, guest professor at the Doctorate in Education at the University of Santiago de Cali. Regular contributor and columnist in Colombian newspapers such as El País and El Espectador. Researcher, consultant and educational activist in forums, congresses and seminars in the field of education. He is the Secretary of Education of the District of Santiago de Cali for the period 2020-2023.
D. in Education, Master in Teaching and Educational Administration and Bachelor in Psychology. Full-time lecturer and researcher in the Faculty of Human Sciences at the Autonomous University of Baja California. Member of the National System of Researchers, with PRODEP profile. Leader of the Academic Body "Educational Psychology and Development of Human Potential". Coordinator of Vocational Training at the Faculty of Human Sciences. Her lines of research are the development of socio-emotional skills, academic tutoring and the prevention of gender-based violence in the school context.
Degree and doctorate in Pedagogy from the University of Salamanca, with an extraordinary award, and a master's degree from the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville. University lecturer in the area of Theory and History of Education in the Department of Educational Sciences at the University of Extremadura. He has published several books, book chapters and numerous articles in specialised journals. He regularly participates in national and international conferences on Education, where he presents the results of his research in Social Pedagogy, Politics of Education, Theory of Education and History of Education. He is coordinator of the Extremadura Research Group in Theory and History of Education (GEXTHE).
Jérôme Douzelet, cocinero chef especializado en productos orgánicos y descubridor del sabor reconocible de los pesticidas en el vino. Coautor de diversos libros con Gilles-Éric Seralini, es miembro del Comité de Investigación e Información Independientes sobre la Ingeniería Genética.
Gilles-Éric Seralini, biólogo, profesor de biología molecular e investigador de la Universidad de Caen desde 1991, es especialista en OMG y pesticidas, con el foco puesto en los efectos de estas sustancias en la salud. Es autor de These GMOs That Change the World y We Are Able to Detox Ourselves, y coautor, junto a Jérôme Douzelet, de The Great Health Scam, The Taste of Pesticides in Wine y Cooked Pleasures or Hidden Poisons. En 2015 ganó el premio Whistleblower, otorgado por la Federación de Científicos Alemanes, y en 2016 el Theo Colborn Award, por sus trabajos sobre la salud y el medioambiente.
Es profesor ayudante doctor en la Universidad de Granada. Sus áreas de investigación se centran en la didáctica de las lenguas extranjeras, el bienestar docente y la diversidad afectivo-sexual y de género. Ha participado en reconocidos congresos internacionales como ponente y como ponente invitado especialista en lenguaje inclusivo. Además, tiene una amplia experiencia investigadora, en la que destacan 3 artículos JCR (Q1 y Q2) y 7 capítulos SPI Q1, además de la edición de libros Q1. Asimismo, su carrera docente se centra en la enseñanza de lenguas a futuros docentes, con más 600 horas repartidas entre enseñanzas de Grado y Máster.
Professor at the University of Granada (Spain) in the area of Didactics and School Organisation. As a researcher, he has directed several research projects and has published some thirty books and more than two hundred articles. In addition to biographical-narrative research, her areas of work have included ethical citizenship education, pedagogical leadership and professional development.  
Vanessa Esteve-González holds a PhD in Educational Technology, a Master's degree in Educational Technology: e-Learning and Knowledge Management and a degree in Technical Engineering in Computer Management from the Rovira i Virgili University (URV). Researcher and technician of the ARGET group, Applied Research Group in Education and Technology (ref. 2017SGR1682). The main thematic lines of research in which he works are digital competence, 3D virtual learning environments, educational robotics and STEAM education. ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5909-1099
Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe is Professor of English Philology at the University of the Basque Country/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea. She is the author of numerous books and research articles on linguistics and language acquisition. Together with Leyre Ruiz de Zarobe they have published Speech Acts and Politeness Across Languages and Cultures (Bern, Peter Lang, 2012) and La lectura en lengua extranjera (Octaedro, 2019).
Pedagogue and doctorate from the University of Barcelona. Since 2004 he has been teaching courses on the use of children's drawings as a diagnostic tool at universities and professional colleges. She has published La mediación artísitica. Arte para la transformación social, la inclusión social y el desarrollo comunitario (Octaedro, 2016).
Carmen Rodríguez Martínez is a lecturer at the University of Malaga and her publications focus on teacher training, education and gender policies. It works in networks and projects with various universities in Europe and Latin America and is a member of the Seville Forum: porotrapoliticaeducativa.org
Research professor at the Instituto de Estudios de Posgrado de Chiapas (Mexico). Member of the National System of Researchers in Mexico. His lines of research focus on intercultural education, regional educational problems and qualitative educational research methodology.
Lecturer and researcher in the Department of Didactics and School Organisation in the Faculty of Education Sciences at the University of Malaga. Member of the ProCIE Research Group. Author of numerous works on teacher narratives, identities, teacher training and learning communities.
Lecturer and researcher in the Department of Didactics and School Organisation in the Faculty of Education Sciences at the University of Malaga. Member of the ProCIE Research Group. Author of numerous works in the field of storytelling, the Roma community and learning communities.
Ángel Gregorio Cano Vela is Professor of Applied Linguistics and Language Didactics. at the Faculty of Education in Ciudad Real, where he has been director. It also teaches Curriculum design at the MUFPS of the UCLM, where he is coordinator of the speciality of Spanish Language andLiterature.. Lines of research: vocabulary didactics, intertextuality, reading and writing acquisition processes and grammar didactics.
Antonia María Ortiz Ballesteros is Professor of LanguageDidacticsand Literature . in the Faculty of Education of Toledo-UCLM. Until 2009 she worked as a civil servant in ESO and Bachillerato. Since then, she has been responsible for subjects in the Bachelor's Degree in Teaching, the Master's Degree in Teacher Training and the Master's Degree in Educational Research and Innovation. Lines of research: research and innovation in Spanish language and literature, popular literature, literary education and literature for young people.
Escuela de Enfermería, Facultad de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad de Barcelona. Coordinator of the Grupo Investigación Emergente en Simulación (GRISIMULA) (2017 SGR 531)

Psychopedagogue and PhD from the University of Castilla-La Mancha. Specialised in memory and critique of education and lecturer in the Department of Pedagogy in the area of Theory and History of Education. Coordinator of the Degree in Social Education. Particularly interested in the circumstances that make the university an institution of higher education and make education a vital and fulfilling process.

Gerardo Echeita Sarrionandia is full professor in the Interfaculty Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She has proven experience in teaching, research and knowledge transfer in relation to issues such as equity, inclusion and attention to diversity in school education. She coordinates the Consortium for Inclusive Education and the EQUIDEI research group at her university.
Gemma Serrano is a teacher of Spanish language and literature and head of her department at the Instituto de Educación Secundaria Antares, in Rivas Vaciamadrid. She is a writer and poet, with two published books, the most recent of which is entitled Escombros: Casa Museo.
Lecturer at the University of Granada, Melilla Campus. Department of Didactics and School Organisation. Member of the Permanent Academic Forum Latin America-Caribbean and European Union (FAP-ALCUE) and specialist in development education and international cooperation. Member of the Junta Directiva of CEAPA. Professor at the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies and visiting professor in Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Cuba, Ecuador, Morocco and Tunisia.
Lecturer at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Pedagogue. Department of Didactics and Theory of Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid). Research group "Social and Labour Inclusion of People with Cognitive Functional Diversity". Promoter of conscience-based pedagogy and education (<www.radicaleinclusiva.com>).
Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, specialist in European Union education policy. Director of the UAM's recognised research group on "Supranational Educational Policies" (GIPES). Vicepresidente de la Sociedad Española de Educación Comparada. Vice-President of the Spanish Society of Comparative Education. Director of the Journal of Supranational Policies of Education and co-director of the Revista Española de Educación Comparada. Member of the Consejo Escolar de la Comunidad de Madrid.
He holds a degree in Biology and a PhD from the University of Cordoba. He has worked for several years at the University of Extremadura and is currently a lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Social and Experimental Sciences at the University of Cordoba. His main lines of research are the didactics of natural sciences and the environment.
He is a tenured lecturer at the University of Cordoba. He develops research on curricular innovations for the improvement of positive interpersonal relations and attention to diversity. He lectures annually at various universities in Spain and abroad, and is a visiting professor at the University of Cambridge (UK).
Professor and doctor of the Department of Language and Literature Didactics at the University of Cadiz, his lines of research focus on linguistic and literary education from an interdisciplinary perspective, where different areas of knowledge converge. She has participated in several publications and her work is currently focused on literary training in the Master's Degree in Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, as well as in conferences and courses in teaching centres. FULL Foundation Award (Fundació pel Llibre i la Lectura) for the best national research article on the promotion of reading in 2018.
PhD in Hispanic Philology and Extraordinary Doctorate Award from the University of Cadiz. She has worked as a secondary school teacher in public schools in Andalusia and as a postdoctoral researcher for the MICINN at the UMR Telemme (Université de Provence-CNRS). From 2011 to 2018 she was a substitute lecturer in the Department of Language and Literature Didactics (UCA), and is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Philology (UCA). His research focuses on press and publishing in the 20th and 20th centuries. xviii andxix. He was awarded the Cortes de Cádiz Social Sciences Prize (VII Edition) and the Cádiz 1812 Constitutional Studies Prize (VI Edition).
Retired Professor of Theory of Education at the University of Murcia, director of the International Network of Pedagogy of Alterity (RIPAL), member of the research group Education and Values, University of Murcia, and guest lecturer in the Distinguished Chair "Education and Values" at Cetys-Universidad (Mexico).
Maestro, cantaor with an extensive discography. He specialises in singing Andalusian poets. First Giraldillo of the 'cante'. Former director of the Andalusian Flamenco Centre. Director of Flamenco courses for teachers of the Consejería de Educación for eleven years. Author of books of poetry and short stories.
Guitarist, concert guitarist and composer. First graduate in flamenco guitar at the Conservatory of Cordoba. He has accompanied and performed with top artists and orchestras, such as Paco de Lucía and Alejandro Sanz, among many others. As a concert guitarist he has an extensive and well-studied discography. It also enjoys international prestige.
Teacher, director for 30 years of CEIP Miguel de Cervantes in Los Palacios. Former director of the Bienal de Flamenco. Coordinates the Fundación Cajasol's cultural programmes for the Fundación Cajasol Conocer el Flamenco andJueves Flamencos. He has numerous publications in books and journals. Coordinator of this project.
Maestra especialista en música en activo desde el 2009. Psicopedagoga por la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de Córdoba. Estudios de grado medio de piano y grado superior de Flamencología en el Conservatorio SM Rafael Orozco de Córdoba. Investigadora sobre didáctica del flamenco, desarrollando un método de flamenco en infantil denominado “La magia del flamenco en educación infantil”. Material que se va a adaptar para este proyecto.
Teacher specialising in Infant and Primary Education. He currently teaches at the Al-Ándalus school in Cordoba. Since 2007 he has been running teacher training courses presenting manipulative resources and activities to develop number sense and tactical calculation at early school levels.
Professor of Mathematics Didactics at the University of Cordoba and PhD in Education from the same university. His field of work focuses on research into the development of number sense and the improvement of numeracy in the early years of learning, as well as the social and cultural dimension of mathematics.
Doctor in Psychopedagogy. He is a lecturer in the Faculty of Teacher Training at the University of Extremadura and a specialist in educational technology. His line of research focuses on the application, use and design of video games for education.    
PhD in Pedagogy. Es profesora en la Facultad de Educación de la Universidad de Extremadura y especialista en competencias emocionales. Una de sus líneas de trabajo es el estudio de la carga emocional de las narrativas en los videojuegos comerciales y educativos.    
D. in Didactics of Music from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, she is a lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Musical, Plastic and Corporal Expression at the UAB. He is currently a member of the scientific committee of the ISME Early Childhood Music Education Commission (2016-2022) and of the editorial board of the Revista Internacional de Educación Musical andRevista Electrónica Complutense de Investigación en Educación Musical. His research interests are in the field of children's music education.
She holds a PhD in Music Education from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and is a lecturer at the Faculty of Education of the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. He has published in journals such as Teaching and Teacher Education, International Journal of Music Education andCambridge Journal of Education, among others. He is currently a member of the editorial board of the journals European Journal of Teacher Education and Revista Internacional de Educación Musical. His research interests are in the field of music teacher training.
Jordi Renom Pinsach is a lecturer in the Department of Social Psychology and Quantitative Psychology in the Faculty of Psychology at the UB. In addition to teaching psychometric subjects, he has been responsible for several research, teaching innovation and transfer projects focused on the development of methods and applications for the analysis of the performance of tests and questionnaires in various fields. He has collaborated in continuous teacher training at the UB (ICE, IL3) and UAB (IDES) in courses on assessment tools. Currently, his activity is focused on the implementation of test quality audit processes and assessment systems in psychology and education, as well as the development of the Testing-Quest platform.
Eduardo Doval Diéguez is a lecturer in the Department of Psychobiology and Methodology of Health Sciences in the Faculty of Psychology at the UAB. He teaches subjects related to psychometric theories, methods and techniques. He has been responsible for research and teaching innovation projects. He has collaborated in continuous teacher training at the UB (ICE, IL3) and UAB (IDES) in courses on assessment tools. His current research focuses on the validity of inferences made from scores obtained in knowledge assessment processes.
Professor in the Department of Marketing and PhD in Business Administration and Management. She is currently Director of Teaching Innovation at the University of Deusto and Vice-Dean of Strategy at Deusto Business School. She has participated in several national and international research projects and has published several articles in the area of teaching competences, the development of the humanistic profile of the management student and humanism and sustainability in higher education.
D. in Education from the Institute of Education, University of London and lecturer at the University of Deusto in the Department of Educational Innovation and Organisation. She is currently the coordinator of the Doctoral Programme in Education in the Faculty of Psychology and Education. Member of the eDucaR research team, she focuses her research on the use of ICT and competence development in higher education. He is also a member of the Teaching Innovation Unit of the University of Deusto.
PhD in Pedagogy and expert in leisure education from the University of Deusto, member of the Department of Didactics and Curricular Development and head of Language Policy in the Faculty of Psychology and Education at the University of Deusto. He is also a member of the Teaching Innovation Unit and the eDucaR research team at the same university, where he has been working since 1996. His main line of research revolves around entrepreneurship, training and development of the entrepreneurial person and the entrepreneurial teacher.
PhD in Educational Innovation and Lifelong Learning from the University of Deusto. He is currently a member of the Teaching Innovation Unit. Its projects and lines of research focus on active methodologies, competence-based training and social entrepreneurship.
Profesor asociado del Departamento de Didáctica y Organización Educativa de la Universidad de Barcelona (UB). Doctorando en Educación y Sociedad (UB). Cofundador de Faro Digital. Forma parte del grupo de investigación ESBRINA. Su experiencia pasa por estudiar los cruces entre educación, comunicación y medios digitales.
Profesora lectora del Departamento de Didáctica y Organización Educativa de la Universidad de Barcelona (UB). Doctora en Educación y Sociedad (UB). Forma parte del grupo de investigación ESBRINA. Su experiencia como investigadora se centra en las trayectorias de aprendizaje de los jóvenes, los procesos de transformación educativa en Secundaria y la alfabetización digital crítica.
Profesor lector del Departamento de Didáctica y Organización Educativa de la Universidad de Barcelona (UB). Doctor en Educación y Sociedad (UB) y en Sociología (Universidad de Zaragoza). Forma parte del grupo de investigación ESBRINA. Su actividad de investigación está relacionada con la inclusión digital, la alfabetización digital crítica y la transformación educativa.
Israel Alonso (Bilbao, 1975). Lecturer in the Department of Didactics and School Organisation in the Degree in Social Education at the Faculty of Education in Bilbao (UPV/EHU), social educator and Doctor in Pedagogy. His current research interests are socio-educational inclusion and innovation in higher education.
Official Master's Degree in Human Resources Management and Development from the University of Seville. PhD student in the Education Programme at the University of Almeria. Degree in Organisational Psychology from the Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil (Ecuador). Es miembro del Grupo de Investigación en Eduinnovagogía HUM-971.  
Pedagogue and Doctor in Education and Communication from the University of Malaga. Lecturer and researcher at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Didactics Research Group) as a lecturer in the Department of Theory and History of Education.  
PhD in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Granada. For years she has combined her work as a translator and interpreter with university teaching and research. His main lines of research are Didactics of Court Interpreting, Didactics of English as a Foreign Language and Legal Translation. She has been a lecturer at the University of Seville since 2015.    
D. from the University of Cordoba, she works in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Cordoba. Its priority lines of research revolve around mathematics education, assessment, the impact and dissemination of science, the history of mathematics, attitudes towards mathematics and teacher training.    
Jordi Domènech Casal (Girona, 1976) holds a PhD in Biology and a degree in Humanities. After a few years devoted to popular science and basic research in genetics, he started working as a secondary school teacher in 2007/2008. He currently teaches at the Marta Estrada Secondary School in Granollers (Barcelona) and is an associate lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Mathematics and Experimental Sciences at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He has published numerous articles on science didactics and participated in European projects on innovation in science teaching, and has won several awards for his work in science popularisation and educational innovation. She participates in educational innovation spaces (EduWikiLab, Betacamp, LIEC Group) and coordinates and teaches courses and seminars on science education.  
D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin (USA). Professor-researcher at the Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico). Member of the National System of Researchers of the National Council of Science and Technology (Mexico).  
is Doctor in Pedagogy (extraordinary prize), Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Alicante [UA] She has been Dean of the Faculty of Education of the UA (2005-2009) and is currently Director of the Institute of Education Sciences of this university. She is editor of the scientific electronic journal Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER) (http://www.naerjournal.ua.es) and directs the research group GIDU-EDUTIC/IN (Research Group on University Teaching-Education and ICT/Inclusive Education) at the UA. His line of research focuses on the field of Information and Communication Technologies applied to education. He has written more than 100 scientific publications such as The digital portfolio. Students’ writing through technology o The Motivation of Technological Scenarios in Augmented Reality (AR): Results of Different Experiments y participa en diversos comités científicos internacionales. She has participated in several R&D&I projects as principal investigator (e.g., E-ACCESIBLE (IPT-430000-2010-29) and as participant in national projects, as well as scientific coordinator of the European projects Likehome and Aldia. His personal website is http://www.rosabelroigvila.es  ">Rosabel Roig-Vila
Rosabel Roig Vila is Doctor in Pedagogy (extraordinary prize), Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Alicante [UA] She has been Dean of the Faculty of Education of the UA (2005-2009) and is currently Director of the Institute of Education Sciences of this university. She is editor of the scientific electronic journal Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER) (http://www.naerjournal.ua.es) and directs the research group GIDU-EDUTIC/IN (Research Group on University Teaching-Education and ICT/Inclusive Education) at the UA. His line of research focuses on the field of Information and Communication Technologies applied to education. He has written more than 100 scientific publications such as The digital portfolio. Students’ writing through technology o The Motivation of Technological Scenarios in Augmented Reality (AR): Results of Different Experiments y participa en diversos comités científicos internacionales. She has participated in several R&D&I projects as principal investigator (e.g., E-ACCESIBLE (IPT-430000-2010-29) and as participant in national projects, as well as scientific coordinator of the European projects Likehome and Aldia. His personal website is http://www.rosabelroigvila.es  
Writer, doctor in History, pedagogue, nurse and professor at the University of Alicante. He directs the magazine Cultura de los Cuidados. She also coordinates the Nursing and Culture of Care research group and the Educational Anthropology of Care research group, part of the Research Networks of the ICE of the University of Alicante. He has published several books and articles of international impact.    
Lecturer in the Department of Nursing at the University of Alicante, PhD and degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Diploma in Nursing. His lines of work revolve around qualitative research applied to clinical practice and social and educational anthropology. He has published several research articles in high impact factor journals.    
Lecturer in the Department of Education at the University of Almeria, where he teaches in the area of Language and Literature Didactics. His lines of research have focused on digital reading and new reading practices developed in virtual environments.    
Joan-Tomàs Pujolà. D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Edinburgh and is a tenured lecturer in the Department of Linguistic and Literary Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Barcelona. He is the principal investigator of the consolidated research group realTIC (Recerca en Ensenyament i Aprenentatge de Llengües amb Tecnologies de la Informació i la Comunicació) and coordinates the teaching innovation group DIDAL_UB (Dinàmiques d'Innovació Docent per a l'Aprenentatge de Llengües de la Universitat de Barcelona).    
I was born in Barcelona. I began my adventure in the world of illustration during the period when I lived in Italy. When I returned to Barcelona I continued my training as an illustrator and transformed my passion for drawing into a professional activity. From my studio in Martorell, Gaur Estudio, I continue to imagine and create fantasy worlds and characters.
I was born in A Coruña in May 1984. I have always been passionate about nature and biology, which is why I decided to study medicine and graduated from the University of Santiago de Compostela in 2008. My passion for anaesthesiology came later, so I specialised in Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation at the Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge (Barcelona) in 2013. Without a doubt, it has been one of the most important and beautiful decisions of my life. Currently, I work as an anaesthesiologist in the Maternal and Child Area of the Vall d'Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona, and I continue to train constantly in order to improve the situation and wellbeing of my patients every day, trying to offer the best of myself, both professionally and personally.
Lecturer in the Department of Didactics and Educational Organisation of the Faculty of Education Sciences (University of Seville). Member of the Didactic Research Group: Technological and Qualitative Analysis of Teaching-Learning Processes (HUM-390). He carries out research in the field of organisation and management of educational centres and at different educational levels for the improvement of teaching.  
Professor and PhD in the Department of Comparative Education and History of Education of the Faculty of Philosophy and Educational Sciences of the University of Valencia. Degree in Psychopedagogy and PhD in Educational Research and Professional Development from the University of Alicante. Member of the Educational Policies, Interculturality and Society Research Group (POLISOC, GIUV2017-365) at the University of Valencia.
D. in Education and a degree in Pedagogy. Lecturer in the Department of Didactics and School Organisation at the University of Valencia. Member of the research groups CRIE and POLISOC. Fulbrighter in the 2018-19 academic year at the University of California.    
Degree in Pedagogy (Extraordinary Prize in 2013) and Diploma in Teaching (Extraordinary Prize in 2011). She is currently a trainee researcher (FPU 16/04009) in the Department of Didactics and School Organisation at the University of Valencia and a member of the CRIE group.
Trainee researcher at the Department of Didactics and School Organisation of the University of Valencia. PhD student in Education with funded thesis (FPU 17/00372). Teacher of Primary Education and Therapeutic Pedagogy (Extraordinary Award in 2015) with a Master's Degree in Special Education.
Luigina Mortari teaches epistemology of qualitative research at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Verona, where he heads the Department of Human Sciences. She has published A scuola di libertà (2008) andFilosofia della cura (2015).    
Joaquim Corominas (Barcelona, 1940) és doctor enginyer industrial, especialitat elèctrica i MSEE per la Universitat de Berkeley a Califòrnia. Ha compaginat el treball a la indústria amb l’ensenyament a la Universitat des del 1964 fins al 1978; ha treballat en empreses d’automàtica, informàtica i electrònica a Catalunya, Califòrnia i Massachussets. Professor de la UPC, on ha ensenyat control automàtic, informàtica, energia i tecnologia. Professor al Departament de Geografia de la UAB i un deis socis fundadors d’ECOTÈCNIA S. Coop. Catalana per a l’Autonomia Tecnològica. És membre de la junta de la Societat Catalana de Tecnologia de l’IEC. Ha estat president d’Ecoserveis, i actualment ho és del Congrés d’Energia de Catalunya.
reromero@inacap.cl PhD in Pedagogy from the University of Barcelona. Trained as a teacher, she specialises in educational innovation. He has participated in initial and postgraduate teacher training, studies and innovations in both the school system and higher education. He currently directs the Centre for Innovation in Education at the Technological University of Chile INACAP, dedicated to research, innovation and training in educational innovation.">Rosa Romero Alonso
Romero Alonso, Rosa Eliana reromero@inacap.cl PhD in Pedagogy from the University of Barcelona. Trained as a teacher, she specialises in educational innovation. He has participated in initial and postgraduate teacher training, studies and innovations in both the school system and higher education. He currently directs the Centre for Innovation in Education at the Technological University of Chile INACAP, dedicated to research, innovation and training in educational innovation.
Dra. Marta Giralt Lorenz - She is a lecturer in the School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics at the University of Limerick (Ireland), where she teaches Spanish and technology, teacher training and intercultural communication. In 2007 he was awarded the Cristóbal de Villalón prize for pedagogical innovation by the University of Valladolid. She is currently coordinator of the Applied Languages Europe programme and a member of the Intonation and Speech Research Group and the Center of Applied Languages Studies.
PhD in socio-economics (University of La Laguna, University of Manchester), expert in development policies and interventions, especially in the accompaniment and facilitation of processes and initiatives for sustainable local development and in the endogenous resources of the territory, with their translation into policies for the development of the rural, marine and natural environment, tourism, culture and the social economy. In recent years it has been responsible for the design and implementation of the new public policy of citizen participation in the Government of Gran Canaria.
PhD in Pedagogy. Extensive experience in teacher training. Coordinator and co-author/co-author of numerous Spanish and foreign publications on teacher training, the Practicum and Didactics. She was coordinator of the research group EMIPE (Equipo de Mejora Interdisciplinar del Prácticum de Enseñanza) at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, from its beginnings and for more than a decade.  
Lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Experimental and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Seville; coordinator of the Research Group in Education: Health, Environment and Citizenship (ESAMEC, HUM-390). Her research focuses on the treatment of socio-environmental problems from an integrated perspective in the pre-school, primary and secondary classrooms and covers issues related to educational innovation and teacher training.  
Assistant Professor at the Department of Didactics of Experimental and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Seville; member of the Research Group on Initial Training and Professional Development of Science Teachers - Didactics of Experimental, Social and Mathematical Sciences (DESYM, HUM 168). As a trainer of future teachers, he focuses his research on heritage education, education for citizenship, teaching materials and resources, and professional practices in educational centres.  
Lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Experimental and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education Sciences, University of Seville; member of the Didactics Research Group (GID, HUM 390). He is mainly involved in the training of future teachers and focuses his research on citizenship education, teacher training and education for degrowth.  
Lecturer at the Universidad Católica Santa Teresa de Jesús (Ávila), PhD in the Social Sciences Programme at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Master's Degree in Education for Development, Social Awareness and Culture of Peace. He is a member of the Eduinnovagogy Research Group HUM-971.  
José María Fernández Batanero is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education Sciences at the University of Seville. Director of the Latin American Educational Network on Information and Communication Technology and Disability (ReLaTICyD). Teacher with six diplomas for "University Teaching Excellence" and Gold Badge of the city of Seville. He has carried out research stays in more than a dozen European and Latin American universities.
Research Fellow at University of Southampton & Scholarly communications director at Editorial Octaedro. Research Fellow with broad teaching and research experience in Higher Education. Broad skillset in Learning Design, E-Learning, Data Analysis, and Editing. Excellent track record of publications and conferences attended.
PhD researcher, Digital Educator and MOOC Creator, University of Southampton. Web Scientist and Digital Educator interested in Personal Learning Networks and their impact on higher education.
Teacher, pedagogue and PhD in Educational Sciences from the University of Seville, where he carries out his teaching and research work (Didactics Research Group) in the area of Didactics and School Organisation (design, development and didactic evaluation of ICT media and teaching-learning processes) as a lecturer in the Department of Didactics and Educational Organisation.
D. in Pedagogy from the University of Granada, she has developed her teaching and research work around educational technology and media education, relating them to inclusive environments. She was director of the University of Cordoba's master's degree in Inclusive Education in the period 2012-2015.    
D. Cum Laude with European mention in Social Sciences didactics and lecturer in this area at the University of Huelva (Spain). Director of the East Asian Academic and Cultural Centre of the UHU and coordinator of the Japanese branch of the international teaching collective Innovagogía. Member of the COIDESO research centre, the DESYM research group and the inter-university network Red 14. With experience in organising and directing scientific events, his main line of research focuses on the teaching of history and social sciences, citizenship education and memory in the Spanish-Japanese context, as well as the use of ICT in the teaching of social sciences.
Full university lecturer. Between 2003 and 2010, director of the Tara research group (ULPGC). Member of the recognised research group G9: History, Economy and Society, ULPGC. Director of the Department of Education, member of the Governing Board of the University, of the ULPGC Senate and of different teaching advisory committees of the Faculty of Teacher Training. Representative of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the School Council of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands. Member of the International Observatory of the Teaching Profession (OBIPD).
PhD in Education, lecturer in the Department of Education at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Master in International Development Cooperation, graduate in Psychopedagogy and Social Educator, co-director of the University Expert in "Governance and Citizen Participation" and director of the University Expert in "Coordination of Popular Universities and Cultural Management". Teaching and research focuses on the areas of educational theory, social education and community participation.
José Ignacio Flor Pérez holds a doctorate in Pedagogy and Environmental Didactics, a degree in Chemistry, a master's degree in Environmental Education, trainer of trainers in Experimental Science Didactics and National Prize for Educational Research and Innovation. Author of several books (with titles such as Claves para la educación ambiental, Hablemos del medio ambiente o Recursos para la investigación en el aulaamong others) and numerous articles in different journals. He has been a speaker at several international conferences on Science Education and has designed and directed educational initiatives with students at schools in Santander. He has been a lecturer on the Senior Programme at the University of Cantabria.
Sociologist, PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Cordoba (Spain). His professional career has been developed in teaching, educational innovation and research in Higher Education. He is part of the research team at the Centre for Innovation in Education CIEDU of the Technological University of Chile, where he participates in research and innovation projects in education with the support of technology.
Professor with a degree in Philosophy and a Master's degree in Education, with experience in various educational contexts, schools, Higher Education and postgraduate programmes, where he has worked as a teacher, thesis supervisor, academic coordinator, and in the design and development of curricula for postgraduate programmes. He is currently an academic of the Master in Pedagogy and advisor to the Centre for Innovation in Education CIEDU of UTC INACAP (Santiago de Chile).  
Member of REUNI+D. Lecturer in the Department of Didactics of Musical, Plastic and Corporal Expression at the University of Granada. He did postdoctoral studies at the University of West of England and the University of Illinois. Director of the ICUFOP research group, her lines of research include music as educational mediation, learning ecologies and disruptive pedagogies in Music Education.
Member of REUNI+D. Emeritus Professor of Didactics and School Organisation at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC). His research interests are in the field of teaching, training and professional development of teachers. Member of the Stellae research group of the USC.