Research Staff

General Coordination

F. Javier Murillo

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8003-4133

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Senior Lecturer in Educational Research Methods Area (MIDE), at the Department of Didactic and Education Theory (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education) of the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). Coordinator of the Research Group “Educational Change for Social Justice” (GICE-UAM), Academic Secretary of the University Institute of Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence (DEMOSPAZ) of the UAM. General Coordinator of the Ibero-American Research Network on Change and School Effectiveness (RINACE) and the Research Network on Leadership and Educational Improvement (RILME). Director of REICE, Ibero-American Journal on Quality, Effectiveness and Change in Education, of the Ibero-American Journal of Educational Evaluation, and of the International Journal of Education for Social Justice.

He has been General Coordinator of the Latin American Laboratory for the Evaluation of the Education Quality (LLECE) of UNESCO, and Director of Studies at the Educational Research and Documentation Center (CIDE) of the Ministry of Education.

He has 3 six-years-stretches of research, and more than 6,911 citations in Google Scholar, an h-index of 46, an i10-index of 122, and more than 225 published articles; in the last five years 7 JCR and 18 Scopus, among others. He has participated in 37 research projects funded in national and international competitive calls, 26 of which as Principal Researcher. He has supervised more than 20 doctoral theses. Principal Researcher of the “Network of Excellence”: Leadership and Educational Improvement (RILME) funded by the National Program of Scientific and Technical Research of Excellence (EDU2015-70036-REDT) and National Coordinator of the International Successful School Principalship Project (ISSPP).

He has worked as an expert in Educational Research and Evaluation in several countries of Latin America -Mexico, Panama, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil-, and with different international agencies -UNESCO, OCDE and Convenio Andrés Bello-.

Currently his research has been focused on “Education for Social Justice”. That is of this is its participation as PR of four consecutive National R+D+i projects: “Democracy in schools as the cornerstone of an education for social justice” (EDU2017-82688-P); “Schools in socio-economically challenging contexts: An Approach from Education for Social Justice” (EDU2014-56118-P), “Schools for Social Justice” (EDU2011-29114) and “Educational Leadership for Social Justice” (EDU2010) -18224).

For the past 20 years he has been researching on School Effectiveness and Improvement. As outcomes of this work can be regarded, for example, in his books: Research on School Effectiveness (Octahedron), School Improvement, a change of view (Octahedron), School Management: analysis and research (MEC), and has managed to have a remarkable influence especially in Latin America. Highlights could be the development of a School Effectiveness Improvement Model (with Creemers and Stoll), as well as the Ibero-American Research on School Effectiveness. He has been an elected member of the Board of Directors of the International Congress on School Effectiveness and School Improvement (ICSEI). It is remarkable his work as an educational methodologist especially using Multilevel Models. He has published a large number of articles where he shows the relationship of different factors with academic performance.

Some relevant publications:

  • Krichesky, G. J. & Murillo, F. J. (2018). La colaboración docente como factor de aprendizaje y promotor de mejora. Un estudio de casos [Teacher collaboration as a learning factor and promoter of improvement. A case study]. Educación XXI, 21(1), 135-156. https://doi.org/10.5944/educxx1.15080 (JCR)
  • Murillo, F. J. & Hidalgo, N. (2017). Students’ conceptions about a fair assessment of their learning. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 53, 10-16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.stueduc.2017.01.001 (JCR)
  • Murillo, F. J. & Román, M (2014). Consequences of child labor in school performance. Latin American students of Primary Education. Latin American Research Review, 49(2), 84-106. https://doi.org/10.1353/lar.2014.0031 (JCR)
  • Murillo, F. J. & Martínez-Garrido, C. (2013). Impact of homework on academic performance. A study of Iberoamerican students of primary education. Journal of Psychodidactics, 18(1), 157-171. https://doi.org/10.1387/revpsicodidact.6156 (JCR)
  • Murillo, F. J. & Román, M. (2013). The distribution of time for the directors and directors of primary schools in Latin America and their impact on student performance. Revista de Educación, 361, 141-170. https://doi.org/10-4438/1988-592X-RE-2011-361-138 (JCR)
  • Román, M. & Murillo, F. J. (2012). Learning environments with technological resources: To look at your contribution to student performance in Latin American elementary schools. Educational Technology Research and Development, 6(6), 1107-1128. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-012-9262-5 (JCR)
  • Román, M. & Murillo, F. J. (2012). Educational policies to support schools in poor sectors and low academic achievement in Chile: 1990-2011. Revista de Educación, extraordinary issue.

More information: http://www.fjaviermurillo.es

Email: javier.murillo@uam.es

Coordinators of Research Lines

Reyes Hernández-Castilla

Schools for Social Justice

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3431-641X

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Lecturer of Educational Research Methods and Evaluation at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), member of the research group “Educational Change for Social Justice” (GICE) since its founding, Coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Education for Social Justice, Director of the International Journal of Education for Social Justice and member of the University Institute Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence (UAM).
Degree in Philosophy and Literature, Sciences of Education (1986), Degree in Psychopedagogy (1999), Doctor in Sciences of Education (1996). Since 2003 she works full time at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Previously she has been lecturer at the University of Alcalá de Henares, Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She has participated in 11 Innovation projects recognized by the UAM.
She has been ViceDean for Research and Innovation at the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Academic Secretary of the Department of Teaching and Theory of Education and Coordinator of the Master in Quality and Improvement of Education.
She has 1 recognized research accreditation. It currently has 934 citations, an index h-index of 17, an index of 21 and more than 35 articles published in Idex Journals She has participated in over 40 research projects funded in national and international competitive calls, two of which as Principal Researcher: “Schools in socioeconomically challenging contexts: An approach from the Education for Social Justice” (EDU2014-56118-P ) and “The educational change from within: The role of counsellors in the improvement processes in secondary schools” (CCG10-UAM / HUM-5583).
In the last ten years, she has focused on research on “Education for Social Justice” by participating in the following projects I + D + i: “Democracy in schools as the foundation of education for social justice” (EDU2017-82688- P), “Schools in socio-economically challenging contexts: An approach from the Education for Social Justice” (EDU2014-56118-P), “Schools for Social Justice” (EDU2011-29114) and “educational Leadership for Social Justice “(EDU2010-18224).
Belongs to the scientific committee of REICE. Iberoamerican Journal on Quality Effectiveness and Change in Education and the Ibero-American Journal of Educational Evaluation. She has been a member of the editorial committee of the Tendencias Pedagógicas Journal. She collaborates in the evaluation of papers of numerous journals like the Education Journal, Educational Profiles, Bordón (JCRs) etc. She has been an evaluator of Research Projects in the European Science Education Initiative, FP6-2003 Science & Society 5 from the European Union and, in Latin America, in the Program for the Promotion of Educational Reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean, PREAL. She has collaborated as an expert in evaluation for different public and private institutions and she has been National Coordinator of projects like TIMSS and IAEP (IEA).

Email: reyes.hernandez@uam.es

Santiago Atrio Cerezo

Didactics of Experimental Sciences and Mathematics for Educational Change and SJ

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4570-8910

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Lecturer of the Department of Specific Didactics of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Autonomous University of Madrid.

In 1993 he obtained the title of Architect from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, in 2004 the Postgraduate in Telematic Animation and Network Training from the University of Barcelona, the following year the Postgraduate in Online and Multimedia Edition of this same University and the Master in Telematics Animation and Network Training, Production of Virtual Teaching Materials in 2006. He obtained the title of Doctor in Educational Sciences from the National University of Distance Education in July 2006 with the qualification of cum laude unanimously and the accreditation of the ACAD Agency of Quality, Accreditation and prospective of the universities of Madrid in the following figures: Contracted Professor Doctor. Professor of Private University and Assistant Professor Doctor, in September 2008.

He combines his postgraduate, master’s and doctoral studies with:

  • Teaching in COU and Baccalaureate (1994-2000) and university (CES Don Bosco, center attached to the Faculty of Education of the Complutense University of Madrid from 1999 to 2010)
  • Teaching in different courses, seminars, workshops and congresses both as an organizer and as a speaker, national and international.
  • The coordination of the CES-CSIC Virtual Campus (Higher Council for Scientific Research) and the coordination of the ICT-e Service of the Don Bosco CES from 2002 to 2010.
  • The publication of different studies in articles, reference and text books, among which it is worth highlighting the work he does with other authors to launch the textbooks of the Proyecto Caminatas on the market. Oxford University Press. First cycle of Primary Education. Areas of Mathematics, Science and Language. Curricular Project. Student’s book. Teacher book. Notebooks of the student. Globalized project and by areas, 80 titles translated into several languages.

Since October 2010 he has been a professor in the Experimental Sciences Department of the Autonomous University of Madrid where he teaches Teaching of Experimental Sciences in the Teaching Degree of Primary Education. He is an official professor of the Master of Specific Didactics, Museums and Spaces for Science, as well as the Master of Secondary School of the UAM and, in the same way, professor of the Master’s Degree in Online Technology of the UNED.

He also participates as a guest professor in Official Postgraduate Studies at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.

  • Master’s Degree in Philosophy: Humanism and Transcendence
  • University Master’s Degree in Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate

In March 2011, he was appointed academic secretary of the Department of Specific Didactics.

Research lines

Research Scholar of the Juan de Herrera Institute. ETSAM.

He has made several investigations with the Institute of Mathematics and Fundamental Physics of the CSIC Miguel Catalán since September 2001, within the group “CSIC in the School” and with the aim of bringing scientific knowledge and the dissemination of science in these early formative stages .

Director of the Educational Technology Research Group of the CES Don Bosco of Madrid until November 2010.

Currently participates in the following research groups: Member of the research group of Educational Technology for the Innovation and Training of Teachers belonging to the “Projects co-funded for creation and consolidation of research groups of the U.A.M.” (Autonomous University of Madrid). Name of the group: DIM-TE, Educational Technology for Innovation and Teacher Training.

Member of the research group of the UCM directed by Mr. Antonio Bautista García-Vera Professor of the University attached to the department of general didactics and school organization of the Faculty of Education of the UCM. Name of the group: Technological development Sociocultural exclusion and Education, and research group on Interactive Digital Slates and Document Cameras.

Email: santiago.atrio@uam.es

Pilar Aramburuzabala Higuera

Service-Learning and Social Justice

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PhD in Education by the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). Her training in Education and her work experience have developed mainly in Spain and New York City, where she worked as a bilingual speech and language therapist, education evaluator and researcher. From 1997 to 2008 she worked as Assistant Professor of Education in IE University (former SEK University) of Segovia (Spain). She is currently working at the School of Teacher Training and Education of the Autonomous University of Madrid as an Associate Professor.

Since 1989 Dr. Aramburuzabala has participated as principal researcher and coordinator of international projects related to teacher training, childhood and health education. Since 2008 she has oriented her research interests towards the fields of service-learning and education for social justice. Her work has been published in various books and scientific journals, national as well as international.

Dr Aramburuzabala has been working in service-learning projects with university students since 2000. She is a member of the Spanish Network for Service-Learning, the Higher Education Service-Learning Network, ApS(U). She coordinates the Madrid Network for the Promotion of Service-Learning. On this topic she has lectured, published, coordinated a monographic issue of RIEJS and organized national conferences.

Twitter: @AramburuzabalaP

Email: pilar.aramburuzabala@uam.es

Liliana Jacott Jiménez

Human Development and Social Justice

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5826-3693

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Senior Lecturer of the Interfaculty Department of Evolutionary Psychology and Education of the UAM, she has extensive research and teaching experience in the field of evolutionary psychology and education.

Since 2009 she has been part of the research group “Educational Change for Social Justice”, GICE of the UAM, where she has participated in different competitive research projects. Currently, she coordinates the Human Development and Social Justice group within GICE.

For more than a decade she has participated uninterruptedly in competitive national and international research projects, among which it is worth highlighting: “What education for citizens do we need? Proposals derived from research on the ideas and attitudes of teachers and students about education for citizenship (SEJ2007-64719 / EDUC), directed by Alejandra Navarro, and in the “Schools for Social Justice” projects (Call for Projects of Scientific Research and Technological Development, R + D + i Reference: EDU2011-29114) and “Education and Social Justice: a multidisciplinary view” (UAM, First Call for Multidisciplinary Research Projects, Reference: CEMU-2012-024), directed by Javier Murillo.

She currently participates as a researcher in the project “Schools in socio-economically challenging contexts: an approach from education for social justice” (Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness R & D Projects, State Program for the Promotion of Scientific and Technical Research of Excellence, Reference: EDU2014-56118-P). This last project, directed by Javier Murillo and Reyes Hernández, is currently being developed by a multidisciplinary team, and in which, among other things, from the Human Development and Social Justice group of GICE a study is being carried out on the representations that have students and teachers of Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate and Primary Education about social justice.

Within the European context, since 2007 she has been part of the European Network CiCe Erasmus European Academic Network, participating in different projects with different European universities, including the London Metropolitan University, Hanzehogeschool Groningen (Netherlands), Istanbul University (Turkey) , University of Jyväskylä (Finland) and Jönköping University (Sweden). Currently, it belongs to the Jean Monnet Network Children’s Identity and Citizenship Education. During the years 2013 and 2014 she has collaborated as coordinator at the national level in the European competitive project “SIRIUS: European project on the education of children and young people with a migrant background”, (European Policy Network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background Life Lifelong Learning Program – Call for proposals EAC / 01/2011 – Decision 1357/2008 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council EAC-2012-0688) directed by Miquel Essomba of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Currently, her research work is directed to the field of the study of human development and representations on social justice of students and teachers in different countries.

Email: liliana.jacott@uam.es

Angeles Saura Pérez

Art Education for Social Justice

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2549-8728

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Current position: Director of the Department of artistic, visual and plastic education. UAM

  • Visual artist. Valencia, 1960
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts from the UCM, 1980-1985
  • Ph.D. in Fine Arts from the UCM, 2005
  • Master in Educational Computing by the UNED, 2003
  • Expert in Open Distance Learning by the URG, 2004
  • Secondary Education Officer; Subject: DRAWING, 1993-2008
  • He has been working at the Faculty of Teacher Training at UAM since 2004

Facebook & Instagram: Ángeles Saura

Twitter: @angelesBBAA

Email: angeles.saura@uam.es

Marta Sandoval Mena

Inclusive Education

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1931-1872

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Assistant professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid at the School of Education and Teaching Training.  He has obtained her doctorate in 2003 at the University of  Comillas with the PhD program on “Equity for all”. She has been Special Education teacher for many years in Primary and Secondary schools in Madrid. She is one of coordinators of Inclusive Education Consortium http://www.consorcio-educacion-inclusiva.es/. During several years, she was involved  in the Spanish context adaptation of the Index for inclusion  (Booth and Ainscow, 2002).  Her research interest is focused on Inclusive education and the support teachers’ roles, co-teaching and students voices for improving the schools.

She has participated in different national and international projects about inclusive education in Spain and Europe, such as: Teaching Diverse Learners in School Subjects (Tdivers) http://www.tdivers.eu, Responding to Diversity by Engaging with Students’ Voices: a Strategy for Teacher Development studentsvoices.eu and Reaching the ‘hard to reach’:Inclusive responses to diversity through child-teacher dialogue https://reachingthehardtoreach.eu.

Also, she has been an advisor of the European Agency for the Development of the Students with Special Educational Needs. Furthermore, she have led several projects about support educational in Spain and “Creating Inclusive Classrooms at University”.

Email: marta.sandoval@uam.es

Jéssica D. Cabrera Cuevas

Creativity for Educational Change and Social Justice

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4788-0776

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Assistant Professor of the Department of Didactics and Theory of Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Autonomous University of Madrid. Accredited as a professor hired doctor by the National Agency for the Evaluation of Quality and Accreditation (ANECA). PhD with European Mention from the Autonomous University of Madrid in the Doctorate program in Applied Creativity with a Quality Mention (2011). Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences, Universidad de la Frontera de Chile (2002). Graduated in Pedagogy in Basic General Education, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (1989) (Homologated in Spain to Degree in Pedagogy).

She is the coordinator of the Research Line in Creativity for Educational Change and Social Justice (GICE Research Group); Deputy Director of the Degree Program of Expert in Creativity (Faculty of Psychology, UAM). Coordinator of the International Network of Creative Schools, RIEC-Núcleo Madrid. She has received the First Prize in Research on Creativity and Educational Innovation from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2011) and the Ibero-American Prize in Creativity and Innovation (2013) awarded by the Creative Network of Latin America, the Ibero-American Institute for Innovation and Development and the Path Leadership Center, Mexico.

Research lines and projects:

  • Complexity and transdisciplinarity in teacher training (UAM)
  • Creativity and educational innovation (UAM)
  • University Social Responsibility and Service-Learning (UAM)
  • Creativity and Innovation Program for communities of Creative Schools. RIEC (UB)
  • The policies of one computer per child in Spain. Visions and practices of teachers before the
  • School 2.0 program. A comparative analysis between Autonomous Communities’ (ULL-UAM)
  • Project Red I + D + i + d in Social Creativity, Creative Gaia. Global Creativity Community.
  • Development of a multicultural project of creativity and innovation for educational institutions.
  • Integrated Assessment of ICT Tools and Reinforcement of Transversal Competences for the Civil Engineering Common Plan Career (UFRO)
  • Internationalization Project of Postgraduate Studies. Design and Development of teaching collaboration for a Masters in Visual Arts Teaching (UAM)
  • Scenarios and Integrated Learning Networks for a Quality Teaching (UB)
  • Communication and Education. Teacher-student communication relationship (UFRO)
  • Participates in projects of Competitive Research I + D + i
  • Participate in other non-competitive research projects
  • Participation in teaching Innovation projects UAM

Facebook: Jessica Cabrera Cuevas

Twitter: @Jess_creando

Email: jessica.cabrera@uam.es

Inmaculada Tello Díaz-Maroto

Social Justice in the Digital Society

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3916-5091

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Assistant Professor of the Interfaculty Department of Evolutionary Psychology and Education of the Faculty of Teacher Training of the UAM.

Ph. D. in Education and Bachelor of Psychopedagogy. Master in Design and Web Programming with face-to-face methodology, taught by the Center for Computer Studies. Madrid. 105 hours Contents: Photoshop 7.0, Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks, Flash MX, HTML, Freehand Mx, Action Script. Multimedia and Education Master taught by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Expert in E-learning by the Cátedra Toledo and the UNED.

She has been Director of the Project of Research and Teacher Coordination of Incorporation and Specialization of ICT in the University, financed by the Cardenal Cisneros University School for 3 years. She has worked for 3 years in the Public Business Entity Red.es as coordinator of national educational projects. She has participated as an active member in the Committee of Standardization in Educational Technologies CTN71 / SC36 coordinated by AENOR (Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification). Participation in working groups GT8, GT9 and GT10 of subcommittee SC36 (Information Technologies for learning). She was responsible for the promotion of the Pedagogical Internet Forum of the Encuentro Foundation.

Email: inmaculada.tello@uam.es

Marta Nogueroles Jové

Feminist Education for Social Justice

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6476-3811

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Assistant Professor of the Department of Social Anthropology and Spanish Philosophical Thought of the Autonomous University of Madrid. Degree in Philosophy and Education Sciences from the University of Barcelona. Master in Spanish and Ibero-American Thought by the Autonomous University of Madrid. PhD in Philosophy from the Autonomous University of Madrid with a thesis entitled “The intellectual career of Fernando Savater:” the critical thinking of a young philosopher “. Secretary of the Association of Philosophical Hispanism. Member of the research group in Philosophy for children “Mi balza roja” and member of the management team of his magazine. Member of the Association of Philosophy Under the Word. Technical secretary of the editorial board of Bajo Palabra magazine. In addition to being a member of the Association of Philosophical Hispanism and the Association of Philosophy Under the Word, I am a member of the Catalan Society of Philosophy and the Association for Human Rights of Spain.

She has participated in several congresses in Cuba, Mexico and Argentina. I have been a visiting professor at the University of the Basque Country, at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, at the University of Guanajuato, at the National Pedagogical University of Mexico, at the National University of Costa Rica, at the José C Paz University (province of Buenos Aires), at the University of San Martín (Buenos Aires), at the National University Institute Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, at the University of Havana and at the Marta Abreu University, Las Villas, Santa Clara (Cuba).

Email: marta.nogueroles@uam.es

UAM University Teachers

Beatriz Bravo Torija

Mª Araceli Calvo Pascual

Charo Cerrillo Martín

María Clemente Gallardo

Santiago J. Elvias Carrera

Antonio Fernández González

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Lourdes García López

University Asociate Professor in the Department of Didactics and Theory of Education. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Autonomous University of Madrid. PhD in Education from the Autonomous University of Madrid.

In 2006 she began her professional activity as Secondary Education Teacher focusing on Educational Guidance in EOEP, IES and Adult Center. Currently she works as a Technical Teaching Advisor specialized in Attention to Diversity in the Educational Administration (DAT Madrid-Norte).

She has experience in teacher training. During 2012 -13 and 2013-14  she worked as an Associate Professor of the Camilo José Cela University of Madrid teaching in the Access to Teachers Degree Course. In the 2010-11 academic year, she collaborated with the Autonomous Community teaching Guidance Models and Psychopedagogical Intervention within the Psychopedagogy Bachelor Degree. At the same time, since 2004, she has taught several continuing education courses for teachers in educational centers and exam preparation centers for both primary and secondary public officials.

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Since July 2009 she is part of the Research Group on School Change for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid. GICE- UAM. Her experience and interests in educational research are focused on school guidance, educational inclusion, service-learning, education for social justice, and school improvement and effectiveness.

Publications

  • García López, M.L., Aramburuzabala, P. & Cerrillo R. (2016). The role of the guidance counselor in service-learning. The International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, 4 (1), 355-366.https://journals.sfu.ca/iarslce/iarslce/index.php/journal/issue/view/6
  • García López, M.L., Aramburuzabala, P. & Cerrillo, R.(2016) . El desarrollo de la orientación educativa en el aprendizaje-servicio. Aproximación conceptual y roles del orientador educativo. En M. Anxo Santos Regos, A. Sotelino Losada  y M. Lorenzo Moledo (Eds.), VII Congreso Nacional y II Internacional de Aprendizaje-Servicio Universitario. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 13-15 de octubre 2016.
  • Monarca, H., García López, M. L. & Martínez, A. M. (2013). El orientador como promotor de competencias para el cambio y la mejorar escolar. En E. Nieto, A. I. Callejas y O. Jerez (Eds.), Las competencias básicas. Competencias profesionales del docente (pp. 59-68). Ciudad Real: Universidad de Castilla la Mancha. http://bit.ly/1VR3L9g
  • Colaboración en el Cuaderno de Orientación  & Guía de Padres 2017. Dirección General de Becas y Ayudas al Estudio de la Consejería de Educación e Investigación de la Comunidad de Madrid. https://www.educa2.madrid.org/web/cuadernoorientacion
  • Colaboración en el artículo: Murillo, F.J., García, R. & Ortega, P. (2010). Marco Normativo de la Evaluación del Desempeño de la Función Directiva en España. Avances en Supervisión Educativa, 12.

Email: marialourdes.garcia@uam.es

Rocío García Peinado

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0751-8374

Teacher of Early Childhood Education in the E.I. Bärbel Inhelder. (Autonomous University of Madrid)

Associate Professor of the Interfaculty Department of Evolutionary Psychology and Education (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Email: rocio.garcia@uam.es

Andrés García Ruiz

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Tatiana García Vélez

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Javier González-Patiño

José Luis Linaza Iglesias

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María Teresa Lucas Quijano

Antonio Maldonado Rico

Carmen Márquez Vázquez

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Cynthia Martínez-Garrido

Cristina Moreno Pabón

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Eva M. Muñoz Campos

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Rosario Naranjo López

Enriqueta Núñez Gómez

Gema de Pablo González

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Mª Dolores Pérez Bravo

Pilar Pérez Camarero

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José Manuel Pérez Martín

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Julio Real García

María del Río Diéguez

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Natalia Ruiz López

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César Sáenz Castro

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8789-5369

Mónica Desirée Sánchez Aranegui

Sergio Sánchez Fuentes

Assistant professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid in the Department of Evolutionary Psychology and Education in the Faculty of Teacher Training. He has obtained his doctorate in 2013 at the University of Salamanca at the Institute of Community Integration (INICO) with the PhD program on Disability Research. He has worked as professor at the University of Salamanca, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Catholic University of Murcia and University of Burgos.

His researches has focused on the analysis of the paradigm of universal design in educational environments -basic education and university-. In addition, he has developed different works analyzing the situation of people with disabilities in the university. These interests have led him to carry out internships at Columbia University and at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), both in USA. In addition, it has developed training in the framework of universal design for learning in diferent Latin American countries which are Ecuador, Chile, Paraguay, Mexico, Costa Rica, among others.

Regarding his publications, the coordination of the text called “Design for All in Primary Education” is highlighted, a work carried out for the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE), together with the ONCE Foundation. Another book describing standards and best practices for the care of people with disabilities in the university, in addition to different scientific papers with high level of citations and reading in the main databases and academic indexing.

On the other hand, he has participated in different projects related to disability and quality of life issues, as well as in a European project named EN-ABILITIES. He has been a coordinator and he has collaborated member to improve the empowerment of people with disabilities in learning a second language. He has also participated in various educational innovation projects, highlighting the work to give visibility to the paradigm of universal design for learning in Spanish.

Estefanía Sanz Lobo

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Technical Personnel in R&D

Nina Hidalgo Farran

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8248-7278

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Assistant Professor at the Department of Didactic and Education Theory (Faculty of Teacher Training and Education). Member of “Educational Change, for Social Justice” Research Group, member of Research Network on Educational Leadership and School Improvement (Rilme) and member of the Interuniversity Association for Pedagogical Research (Aidipe). She has been a training intern by the Ministry of Education. She is the editor of the Ibero-American Journal of Educational Evaluation (Riee) and the International Journal of Education for Social Justice (Riejs). She has written more than 25 research papers in important data bases (JCR, Scopus etc).

Email: nina.hidalgo@uam.es

PhD Staff

Guillermina Belavi

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6471-7583

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She is a fellow of the FPI (Research Staff Training) predoctoral program of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a member of the “Educational Change for Social Justice” research group (GICE) since 2015.

She studied Political Science with a mention in Political Analysis in Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina). Her research interests are related with political philosophy and education, currently she is doing her thesis about democratic culture in schools.

She is a member of the Institute of Human Rights, Democracy and Culture of Peace and Non-Violence DEMOSPAZ (http://www.demospaz.org/en/) and a member of the Research Network on Leadership and Educational Improvement (http://www.rilme.org/en/home/).

Publications:

Belavi, G. y Murillo, F.J. (2016). Educación, democracia y justicia social. Revista Internacional de Educación para la Justicia Social (RIEJS), 5(1), 13-34. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.15336/riejs2016.5.1

Murillo, F. J.; Belavi, G. y Pinilla, L. (2018). Segregación escolar público-privada en España. Papers. Revista de Sociología, 103(3), 307-337. http://dx.doi.org/10.5565/rev/papers.2392

Murillo, F. J. y Belavi, G. (2018). Segregación escolar de los estudiantes extranjeros pobres en España. Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales, 22(603). http://dx.doi.org/10.1344/sn2018.22.19894

Murillo, F. J., Martínez-Garrido, C. y Belavi, G. (2017). Sugerencias para escribir un buen artículo científico en educación. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 15(3), 5-34. http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/reice2017.15.3.001

Murillo, F. J., Martínez-Garrido, C. y Belavi, G. (2017). Segregación escolar por origen nacional en España. OBETS. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 12(2), 395-423. https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2017.12.2.04

Email: guillermina.belavi@uam.es

Raquel Graña Oliver

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4223-8354

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Graduated in Early Childhood Education from the University of Valladolid.

Subsequently studied Quality and Improvement of Education Master’s Degree at Autonomous University of Madrid, where she is currently doing her PhD.

Member of GICE since 2016, specialized in the study of socially challenging context-located schools from the Social Justice perspective.

Email: raquel.granna​@predoc.uam.es

Lucía Hervás Hermida

Paula Lázaro Cayuso

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5606-5944

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Graduated in Primary Education and Master’s Degree in Information and Communication Technologies in Education and Training from the Autonomus University of Madrid (UAM). She is currently doing his doctorate in this university with a Predoctoral Contract for the Training of Research Staff (FPI) in the Department of Teaching and Theory of Education.

Email: paula.lazaro@uam.es

Angel Méndez Núñez

Irene Moreno Medina

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3745-7253

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PhD student at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Degree in Educational Psychologist and degree in Social Education (both at Universidad de Málaga). She is researching about culture in school situated challenging context.

E-mail: irene.morenomedina@predoc.uam.es

Ana Irene Pérez Rueda

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4620-7117

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She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Translation and Interpreting, a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s Degree in Quality and Improvement of Education at the Autonomous University of Madrid, where she is a PHD candidate. Currently she holds a University Teacher Training contract inthe Department of Didactics and Theory of Education.

She is part of the research group Educational Change for Social Justice (GICE) and researches on anarchist pedagogy and education for social justice. She has also participated in workshops to promote a critical perspective on alternative schools, free schools and media discourses on educational innovation and is involved in political activism in different anarchist, anti-capitalist and feminist social movements.

Email: anai.perez@uam.es

Doctorate Students

Gema Aguado Gómez

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3257-698X

Member of GICE since 2018 as a PhD candidate in Education for Social Justice.

  • Master’s Degree in Teacher Training specialty in Training and Labor Orientation. Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid.
  • Interuniversity Master UNED-UJI, in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility. Faculty of Economics of the National University of Distance Education.
  • Professional Master as Senior Technician in Occupational Risk Prevention in the specialties of Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics and Psychosociology. Masercisa UGT Madrid.
  • Degree in Human Resources, Law School Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid and Diploma in Labor Relations Faculty of Law of the Complutense University of Madrid.

 

Email: gema.aguado@predoc.uam.es

Miguel Á. Albalá Genol

Translation

Valentina Benincasa

Undergraduate conjoint degree in International Cooperation and Development realized among La Sapienza University of Rome and Universidad del Norte of Barranquilla, Colombia. Master’s degree in Education for Social Justice at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and now attending a master’s degree in Advanced Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Email: benincasa.valentina@gmail.com

Ascensión Aguado Jara

Translation

María Crespo Bola

Translation

Tamara Esquivel Martín

Anita Feridouni

Translation

Cristina Fernández Correa

Choir Director

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Almudena de la Fuente Fernández

Translation

Isabel García García

Translation

Adrián Gollerizo Fernández

Translation

Jesús Guerra Gamero

Translation

Ibon Gutiérrez Blanco

Ibon Gutierrez Blanco studied the Degree in Primary Education at the University of the Basque Country, during which he carried out various volunteer activities in Bilbao, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, El Ejido (Almería) and Ouarzazate (Morocco), with people at risk of social exclusion. It is worth mentioning that the theme of his final degree project was education for sustainable development.

Later he moved to Madrid to do the Master’s Degree in Psychopedagogy at the Complutense University of Madrid, with the intention of learning more about inclusive education and specific educational needs. The practices of this master’s degree were carried out in the EDUCO Foundation, where he acquired special interest in learning methodologies that advocate the participation of students and the opening of educational centers to their nearby territory. Thus, he was interested in learning-service, the subject of his master’s thesis.

Once he finished his master’s studies, he started the Doctorate in Education at the Autonomous University of Madrid. The doctoral thesis that he develops deals with the development of competencies in sustainability through learning-service in teacher training.

He is also a collaborating researcher, with his thesis directors Pilar Aramburuzabala and Rosario Cerrillo, in the project “Education and social innovation for sustainability. Training in Spanish universities of professionals as agents of change to face the challenges of society “. Which is funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and coordinates the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

He currently works in the National Center for Innovation and Educational Research (CNIIE) of the Ministry of Education, in the Educational Support Project for Special Educational Needs and Education for Development thanks to a training and research grant.

Email: ibongbr@gmail.com

Susana Mateos Pedrero

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Translation

Edurne Martínez Arrese

Natalia Molina de la Villa

Art, education, mediation, training and research. Master in Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts (UCM – “Complutense University of Madrid”). Primary Education Teaching Degree (UAM – “Autonomous University of Madrid”).She collaborates as Plastic Artist Trainer with the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation in Spain within the MUS-E Program from 2002, participating in the projects ERASMUS+: META and Art for Living Together in 2016 – 2017, whose methodology promotes creativity and inclusion of diversity through art workshops and art laboratories in Primary and Secondary education. She also provides training in University Seminars.

She is completing her Doctorate studies in Education (UAM) on educational innovation through collaborative art practices for a motivating skills development, the influence of the formation of educational spaces in the learning processes and the building of knowledges from an inclusive and collective involvement approach. Member of the Research Team GICE (UAM) for Art Education, creating the pilot project ESPACIO_AULA. Consultant in the ALUMNI Committee (UAM).

ESPACIO_ AULA (“SPACES_CLASSROOM”). In this project we carried out an art mediation to generate collective processes in order to build up group links and collective space creations around the distribution of the classroom. This allowed us to articulate creative synergies from a ludic perspective on their way of perceiving space and their way of positioning themselves in the “common”, within the 3rd course of secondary education. On the basis of models, practices, affections and relations which are more horizontal, respectful and closer, we implemented inclusive, motivating and collective learnings through art methodologies, in order to develop new spaces thanks to the redistribution of their classroom generated by this process. This was an experience of building new spaces for the common learning of collective knowledges, where the students have shared their visions and contributions in order to create new ESPACIOS_AULA through participatory and collaborative art practices within the context of education.

“CICREART2017. Summary Book of the III International Congress for the Research and Teaching of Creativity” https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Sju9aeFZ8AMXgxU1NQUjI2LWs/view?usp=sharing

TRAINING IN ART EDUCATION PROVIDED IN UNIVERSITIES:

UIMP MENÉNDEZ PELAYO INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY. Erasmus+ Course (1987-2017) 30 years of success UIMP/ Speaker in the Symposium “Enriching lives during 30 years”. Palace of La Magdalena, Santander, 8th September 2017

FACULTY OF FINE ARTS (UCM)

Course: “THE LOOK AND THE BUILDING OF EASTERN PICTORIAL SPACE. AC/2018 .F. of Fine Arts – UCM., 2º Course of Painting. Monday and Tuesday, 12 h – 14,30h -19th February – 20th March.

http://bellasartes.ucm.es/mirada-y-construccion-del-espacio-pictorico-oriental

Course: GESTURE AND EASTERN PICTORIAL OBJECT (ZEN) AC/2017

http://bellasartes.ucm.es/gesto-y-objeto-pictorico-oriental-zen

Workshop: SPACES AND TRANSITS – Zen Sumie Painting. AC/2016

https://bellasartes.ucm.es/espacios-y-transitos-pintura-sumie-zen-tradicion-y-actualidad/

Seminar: LAND SCAPES.  SUMIE LANDSCAPE. EAST-WEST. AC/2015 https://www.facebook.com/bbaaculturaUCM

Collective Project REGENERATIONS. AC/ 2015. Contemporary Art Intergenerational Laboratory in La Trasera and Collective Exhibition in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

https://www.facebook.com/regeneraciones?fref=ts

FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING (UAM)

VIII International Congress on Art Education in terms of 2.0. Video Communication. ESPACIO_ AULA Collaborative Practices in Secondary Education 2016.

http://octavajornadaeducacionartistica.blogspot.com.es/

VII International Congress on Art Education in terms of 2.0. Video Communication. Experience of the Common: “C” collaborative practices in education. December 2015.

http://septimajornadaeducacionartistica.blogspot.com.es/

IV International Week of Art Education (UNESCO, 2015). Speaker in the opening symposium. 13th May 2015. Teacher Training UAM.

https://pruebadibujo.wordpress.com/…/iv-semana…/

I International Congress E@ on Art Education. Video Communication “Alive Pictures”. December 2014.

http://sextajornadaeducacionartistica.blogspot.com.es/search/label/Cuadros%20vivos%209%3A01%20PRIMARIA-Natalia%20Molina%20%28%20Madrid-Espa%C3%B1a%29

UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA. FACULTY OF EDUCATION. Conferences on “Art in Schools. Reflections on involvement and inclusion”. 2016 and 2017.

PARTICIPATION IN ERASMUS PROJECTS AS ARTIST AND TRAINER FOR THE YEHUDI MENUHIN FOUNDATION (FYME/IYMF)

ERASMUS + Seminar Brussels. Art for Motivation. Co-Creation/ work together in interactive laboratory collaboration with the open air art festival SuperVliegSuperMouche, offering workshops, presentations and performances..7th  – 11th June 2017.

  • http://www.supervliegsupermouche.be/fr/events/833/Camping-MUS-E

http://www.mus-e.be/

ERASMUS KA3 – META Project. Minorities Education Through Arts. She participates as Artist in the European Pilot Programme in the M. Unamuno Education Centre (Madrid).

  • http://www.meta-project.eu/ http://fundacionyehudimenuhin.org/proyecto-meta-erasmus/celebrado-encuentro-meta-bruselas/ META Minorities Education Through Arts

ERASMUS + Art for Motivation. She leads the Spain Workshop. Foz do Arelo,  8th – 12th April 2016, Lisbon. http://fundacionyehudimenuhin.org/arte-para-la-motivacion-erasmus-2015-2017/arte-la-motivacion-portugal-taller-espana/

Professional collaboration as Trainer and Artist with the Spanish Yehudi Menuhin Foundation (FYME) within the MUS-E Programme from 2002. This programme started in Brussels (1994) and in Spain, Madrid (1996). It was created by  Yehudi Menuhin together with W. Schmitt on the basis that art, as a source of balance and tolerance and also as a meeting place, should be part of education being available for all people.

Within this framework she provides training sessions in visual arts, performing arts and happenings. She designs and develops inclusive workshops / laboratories in visual and performing arts such as Art for Living Together held in 4 Secondary Education Centres, and also for the MUS-E Programme in 18 Education Centres from year 2004 to 2018, and other Programmes such as Show Me Africa and Human Rights. She also provides training courses for teachers (CETIF and CEIPS) and for university students in the following universities: UAM, UCM, LA SALLE, CARLOS III, UIMP and MECD.

http://fundacionyehudimenuhin.org/  http://www.menuhin-foundation.com/

TRAINING EVENTS XIX, XIV, IX, V, II. MECD and FYME. PALACE OF MAGALIA:

XIX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING OF THE MUS-E PROGRAMME. Intercultural Arts Laboratory. General Directorate for the Evaluation and Planning of the Education System. MECD. Navas del Marqués (Ávila). 9th, 10th and 11th October 2017.

ART, MEDIATION, EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMING CREATIONS

The Dream of Menuhin.”Transforming Spaces Stage-Classroom I”, 3rd year  IES Rafael Frühbeck. Mediator Artist. Saramago Theatre (Leganés). 25th April 2016.

Performing Creation. ALIVE PAINTINGS OF THE PRADO MUSEUM. Federico García Lorca Theatre. With students of the  5th year in the CEIP Ana María Matute. 16th June 2014 and 20th April.  2015. Getafe, Madrid.

The Weavers https://youtu.be/6LtXSVc9wM8

The Dream of Jacob https://youtu.be/8K2WZBsrwVM

REGENERATIONS. Collective Exhibition. “A really useful knowledge”, IV International Week on Art Education. 13th – 29th May 2015, Faculty of Training, U.A.M.

Performance “LIVING THE GUERNICA”. V Congress on Art Education in terms of 2.0, UAM. Madrid, 18th December 2013.

HAPPENINGS. Desires for Africa, AFRICA LIVES, Casa África FYME. 30th May 2010. Paraninfo of the Complutense University, Madrid. Desires for Africa, AFRICA LIVES, Casa de África, U.C.M. 24th May 2009.

  • Collective Exhibition CULTURAL SHOCK – LOVE. Hilander@s, photography. EnREDadas n 22/ Toyotama (Japan), May 2016
  • REGENERATIONS. Collective Exhibition. Inhabit and Transform Space. 15th -l 24th April 2015, in the Exhibition Hall of the Faculty of Fine Arts U.C.M.
  • INHABITED SPACES. Collective Sculpture Exhibition. Natalia Molina Sculpture Workshop in C.C. San Juan Bautista, 29th June – 15th September, Madrid, 2012.
  • THE SHADOW OF THE BULL.  Collective Sculpture Exhibition. Natalia Molina Sculpture Workshop in C.C. San Juan Bautista, 24th June – 12th September, Madrid, 2011.
  • SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE LINE. Collective Wood Sculpture Exhibition. Natalia Molina Sculpture Workshop in C. C. San Juan Bautista, Madrid, 1st September – 19th October 2010.
  • TROPHIES. Video-Documentary THAT WAY I SEE YOU- THAT WAY I SEE ME. Complutense University of Madrid. January 2010 and 2011.
  • 10 YEARS OF JOURNEYS AND SCULPTURES. Natalia Molina Sculpture Workshop. Spain-Colombia Culture Centre. Madrid, 11th February – 6th March 2010.
  • DEXCONTEXTOS. Individual Exhibition. September 2007,  Casa Palacio del Apero,  Frigiliana, Málaga 2007.
  • Stage Design. “Cubes under construction” for the FYME Show: Presentation of the Volunteering Plan for the Autonomous Community of Madrid. January 2006, Madrid.

Founder and director of the CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE WORKSHOP. San Juan Bautista Culture Centre. City Council of Madrid. Courses 2000 – 2012. Collective Sculpture Research and Annual Exhibitions (of great interest and quality in the last years).

Email: natalia.molinadelavilla@gmail.com

Charlie Moreno Romero

Translation

Sofía Pastor Matamoros

Google Scholar

Translation

John Alexander Pulido Varela

PH. D. student

Email: jhonpulido020@gmail.com

Posgraduate Students

María del Rosario Fuster González

She holds a degree in Primary Education from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Currently, she is studying the Master in Education for Social Justice. Since 2015, she is the representative of students at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She is a elected member of the Board of the School, the Senate and the Governing Council. In addition, the last course was named Secretary of the Student Council of the Autonomous University of Madrid.

Email: maria.fuster@estudiante.uam.es

Lucía Mariño

Degree in Education from the Universitat de les Illes Balears. Student of the Master of Education for Social Justice from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Currently she is making professional practices in GICE.

Email: lucia.marinno@estudiante.uam.es

María Fernanda Sato Jabre

Bachelor of Education, Professor of Basic General Education with a mention in Language and Communication and Master in Education with a mention in Educational Evaluation from the Metropolitan University of Education Sciences, UMCE, in Santiago de Chile. In 2015, she is accredited as a teacher of excellence, obtaining the Pedagogical Excellence Assignment, AEP, a voluntary teaching evaluation carried out in Chile focused on strengthening the quality of education through recognition of the professional merit of the teachers in the classroom. Currently a Magister scholarship abroad for education professionals, granted by the National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research, CONICYT.

Email: mfernanda.sato@alumnos.umce.cl

External Members

Estella Acosta Pérez

CCOO

Translation

Santiago Agustín Ruiz

Interfertility SL

Traducción

Isabel C. Ángel Uribe

Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana

Alicia Barreiro

Universidad de Buenos Aires

Translation

Carlos Ballesteros García

Universidad Pontificia de Comillas

Associate professor of the Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Madrid) and head of the ICADE Social Business Guidance Service (Service-Learning)

ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • PhD in Economy and Business Administration (Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 1998).
  • Master in Social Economy and Not-For-Profit-Management. (Universidad de Barcelona, 2001)
  • Bachelor Economy and Business Administration (Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 1992)

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE (since 1992)

Undergraduate:

  • Marketing Principles; Social Marketing
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Business Service-learning

Postgraduate:

  • Responsible Consumption and Fair Trade, Economy and Entrepreneurship for Development (Master in Development Dooperation);
  • Marketing Ethics; Megatrends & implications in Marketing Marketing in Society (taught in English) (Master in Marketing)
  • Ethical Banking (Master in Finances)

Others:

  • Invited Professor at Mondragon Unibersitatea (Basque Country Spain) to teach at its Doctoral Program
  • Teacher at AKADEMIA (Fundación Bankinter) New consumers
  • Volunteer Professor at Jesuit Worlwide Learning (Higher Education at the margins). Also Universidad Pontificia Comillas team coordinator

Research areas

  • Member of the Research Group Educational Change for Social Justice (ECSJ) and EMES Research Network for Social Enterprise
  • Innovation in business higher education (service-learning; social impact; Contribution to UN-SDGS)
  • Market Citizenship (political consumerism; fair trade; responsible consumption, ethical banking)
  • Consumer Culture Theory (acculturation processes through consumption. Religiosity and consumption; vulnerable consumers)

 

THE SOCIAL BUSINESS GUIDANCE SERVICE

Since September 2014, I am the Director of the ICADE Business Social Consulting, a Service Learning proposal that combines social commitment, social formation, collective reflection and putting the student’s knowledge into practice in projects that put the economy at the service of people. Its objective is the training of socially responsible business students, ethically prepared and able to integrate social and environmental aspects within their managerial and relational capacities.

In this sense, we provide social organizations with help in the solution of business-type problems. http://www.icade.upcomillas.es/es/social-icade

Since its inception, more than 450 students have participated in this project, serving almost 100 projects of more than 50 entities such as insertion companies, foundations and associations, NGOs, special employment centers, social initiative cooperatives, etc. and coordinating a team of approx. 35 accompanying tutors

 

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

  • Keynote Speaker (invited by Chile Government) ENExpro 2017. Conference cicle “Responsible Consumption Trends in Europe
  • Keynote Speaker 5th Forum Women and Development Luanda (Angola)
  • Participant at 4th edition of China-Europe Forum. Workshop on lifestyles and consumption (Guangzhou, China)
  • Keynote Speaker Cátedra Europa Uninorte (Barranquilla, Colombia)
  • Visiting Professor at the Ecole Superieure de Commerce et Management (Tours-Poitiers France) and Böras University (Sweden)
  • Keynote Speaker Academic Leadership Program (2 times) ITESM Queretaro (Mexico).

 

EXPERIENCE IN ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT

  • Head of the ICADE Social Business Guidance Service
  • Member of the Academic Board for the doctorate at the University Institute of Studies on Migration
  • Member of the Curriculum Oversight and Steering Committee (Jesuit Worlwide Education/ Jeusit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins)
  • External evaluator (expert) for FP7 PEOPLE (IIE, IIF, IOF) and for Horizon 2020 (TWINN, MSCA) European Research Agency
  • Director of ICADE’s International Business Degree (E-4) (partnership with 7 countries) (2005-2008)
  • Chief of Studies of ICADE’s Marketing Degree (1998-2005)
  • Assistant editor International Journal of Marketing and Sales Education
  • Editor in Chief of the Journal of Contemporary Business and Professional Ethics (2013-2015)

 

ACTIVITY AS A SPEAKER

Topics on which I usually give lectures or animate workshops and seminars:

  • Consumption as a means of transforming reality. Consumption committed and responsible
  • Education for consumption. The culture of consumption
  • Entrepreneurship (especially female)
  • The proximity savings and ethical banking. Panoramic social financing.
  • The company at the service of the people. The solidarity economy as a new paradigm
  • Social audit Measurement of social impact.

 

MAIN RESEARCH PROJECTS AND SUPERVISION OF DOCTORAL THESES

Projects

  • (PR)-Principal Researcher “Measuring the Social Impact of Service Learning in Business”
  • (articipant (205-2017) “Philantropy in Spain through Family Foundations”
  • Participant at the interdisciplinary project (2015-2018) Transdiscipilinary Ignatian Reconciliation (Economy for Reconciliation)
  • Participant (2012) Handbook for social entrepreneurs
  • (PR)-Principal Resarcher at the interdisciplinary project (2009) Methodology for the improvement of the business and social collaboration among the special employment centres Pontificia Comillas

Supervision of Doctoral Theses

  • Sierra,L. (2016) The hermetic consumer. A proposal on how to study him/her. Pontificia Comillas.
  • Saldaña, D., (2008) Acculturation through consumption. The case of bicultural families (Mexican-Spanish) in Madrid. Pontificia Comillas.
  • Pagola, J. (2008) Values and responsibility in Communication for Development: the identity of Basque NGOs in daily press. Deusto
  • Herrero, B. (in progress) Social Innovation. Pontificia Comillas
  • Llera,B. (in progress) Access to Cultural Rights of the Refugees Pontificia Comillas

In addition I have supervised more than 250 Final Grade/Master Dissertations

 

MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • Ballesteros (aceptado, en elaboración) “Social Economy and Public Procurement”. The case of Spain en Walker, T., Mendell M., Barin, L. y Goubra, S. Innovation: A Legacy of the Social and Solidarity Economy Berlin De Gruyter Oldenbourg,
  • Ballesteros (2018) “The Social Business Guidance Unit.: A case of Learning Service within the Ignatian Pedagogy” en Smith, B. Mission-Driven Approaches in Modern Business Education Hershey, PA: IGI Global
  • Ballesteros C. (2017) Economía delas Bienaventuranzas Madrid, HOAC
  • Ballesteros C. (2017) Taxonomy for the Homo Consummens at the Era 3.0 en Khosrow-Pour, M. “Encyclopedya of Information, Science and Technology” cap 142: IGI-Global. Hersey , EE.UU.
  • Ballesteros C. (2016) Las Cuentas de la Vieja. Apuntes para el empoderamiento y la soberanía económica San Pablo. Madrid
  • Sierra, L. y Ballesteros C. (2016) “Características del consumidor musulmán, de nacionalidad marroquí, en España” y “Religiones y Marketing” en Sanchez P. y de la Orden, C. Etica, Marketing y finanzas islámicas ESIC, Madrid
  • Saldaña, D. y Ballesteros C. (2015) “Las prácticas de los negocios socialmente responsables Creando alianzas influyentes” en Arroyo, P., Carrete L. y Trujillo, A. (2016) Mercadotecnia verde en un contexto ambiental en formación Plaza y Valdés. Mexico
  • Ballesteros C. y Saldaña D. (2016) “Ethics in Marketing”; en Smith B. y Porath A. Global Perspectives on Contemporary Marketing Education Hershey, PA: IGI Global
  • Faustino V., Bequiri, M. y Balllesteros C. “(2016) Reflections on Teaching a Global Markets Course at Jesuit Commons Higher Education at the Margins,” en Smith B. y Porath A. Global Perspectives on Contemporary Marketing Education Hershey, PA: IGI Global
  • Ballesteros, C. Bocigas, O., Montoya A. (2015) “Cantar el consumo. Análisis del discurso subyacente a las líricas sobre el consumo”. Boletin de estudios Económicos LXX nº 215 agosto.
  • Ares, A., Ballesteros, C., Rodriguez, C., Saldaña D.,  (2014) ,”Understanding Emerging Markets Through Consumer Acculturation”, in – Latin American Advances in Consumer Research Volume 3, eds. Eva M. González and Tina M. Lowrey, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 28-31.
  • Ballesteros, C. (2014) Economía de la liberación. Revista divulgativa Alandar, vol. 48, Junio de 2014.
  • Ballesteros, C. (2013), “Economías alternativas en la frontera de la crisis”, en M. Ortega Carpio et al. (Coord.) Educar para la ciudadanía global en el espacio universitario, Fundación ETEA, Córdoba.
  • Ballesteros,C. y Herden, L. (2013) “How to measure the social impact of the ethical banking: SROI vs RAI”, en San-Jose, L. y Retolaza, J.L. Prospective innovation and ethical banking in Europe, Taadler, pp. 39-60
  • Piñeiro, C. y Ballesteros, C., (2013) ¿Por qué consumimos? Orientaciones didácticas sobre el consumo consciente, responsable y transformador en Euskadi desde una perspectiva de género. SETEM
  • Vela, C. y Ballesteros, C., (2011) “La influencia de las creencias religiosas en el consumo. Una aproximación desde las tres religiones del Libro”, revista ICADE vol 83-84,pp 361-392
  • Ballesteros C. (2011) “¿Está el consumo responsable en Crisis? Anuario del Comercio Justo.
  • Saldaña, D. y Ballesteros C. (2011) La familia, la cultura y la toma de decisiones en el consumo, EAE,
  • Ballesteros C. (2011) (coord.) “Propuestas para la coordinación entre centros especiales de empleo” –AFEM
  • Ballesteros C. (2010)  “Bases sociales, políticas y espirituales para un consumo transformador”. Documentación Social nº 156. Mayo
  • Ballesteros C. (2010) “La solidaridad consumida. De socio a donante en 10 años”, en ERRO y Burgui (coords) Comunicando para la solidaridad y la cooperación Pamplona, Foro Comunicación Educación y Ciudadanía
  • Ballesteros C. (2007) “Tu compra es tu Voto”, Madrid, HOAC
  • Vela, C., Ballesteros, C. y Sierra. L., (2006) “Hogar y Familia en las estadísticas sobre consumo en España. Una aproximación conceptual” ICADE nº68, mayo-agosto 2006, pp. 7-30
  • Ballesteros C. y Saldaña, D.,  (2005) “Las familias Biculturales en Madrid y su estilo de vida. Una aproximación teórica”, Investigación y Marketing nº 89, diciembre 2005, pp. 55-61
  • Vela, C., y Ballesteros C., (2005) “Los niños de la abundancia”, Revista Crítica , sept-oct 2005 nº 928, p53-55
  • Ballesteros C. (2005)  “La economía solidaria: empresas y economía al servicio de las personas” REVISTA ICADE, nº 64, enero-abril 2005, pp-191-212
  • Ballesteros C. (2005)  “Consumo en tiempos de guerra, consumo en tiempos de paz” en vv.aa. La situación del mundo 2005 (ed. en español)  World Watch Institute, ICARIA-FUHEM, Barcelona, 2005
  • Ballesteros C. (2005) “¡Cómpramelo! me lo pido todo” en Guía de atención a la familia en dificultades, Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid 2005
  • Ballesteros C. (2004) “El papel del niño en las decisiones de consumo ¿una tirania?” en Lazaro, I. y Mayoral, I., Infancia publicidad y consumo III Jornadas de Derecho de los menores UPCO Doc de trabajo nº 58 pp. 21-34, 2004
  • VV.AA. (2004) Los microcréditos: alternativa financiera para combatir la exclusión social y financiera en España. Descripción de las principales iniciativas Cuaderno monográfico nº 1 Foro Nantik Lum-Comillas, Madrid 2004
  • Vela, C., y Ballesteros C., (2004) “Población y Consumo en los inicios del S.XXI”, Revista de estudios empresariales , nº 115. 2º trim. 2004 pp. 36-47
  • Ballesteros, C. y del Rio, E., (2004) La auditoría Social en el marco de la economía solidaria Fund Deixalles, Palma de Mallorca, 2004
  • Ballesteros C. (2003) “Banca ética” en La Empresa Socialmente Responsable, Sichar, G.,(ed.) CIDEAL, Madrid, 2003
  • Ballesteros C. (2002) “Supermercados de la solidaridad”, en La ética de las ONGD y la lógica Mercantil Nieto Pereira, L., ed. Icaria, Barcelona 2002.

 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND OUTREACH ACTIVITIES

  • Member of the Advisory Board for the Social Economy, Ayuntamiento de Madrid
  • Deputy President of RedAPSU association (University Service learning network)
  • Member of the Jury for #proyectoactua (women entrepreneurs with social impact)
  • Actively participant in the participatory schemes of EL Boalo Municipality (participatory budgeting, waste zero, diversity and intercultural…)
  • Member of the Ethical Committee for FIARE (an Ethical Bank in Spain)
  • Member of the Watchdog Committee at PRICE (Promoting Responsible Investments and Commerce in Europe). A European funded project present in 9 countries.
  • Founder and currently secretary of Nyumbani Spain, a NGO working in Africa with HIV positive orphans
  • Former Secretary for the Fair Trade Office (Spain).
  • Columnist at ALANDAR. Participant at the blog Alterconsumismo http://blogs.elpais.com/alterconsumismo/
  • Keynote speaker at numerous events. Topics covered: responsible consumption, consumer education, ethical banking, charities and citizenship. Etcetera.

 

ballesteros@icade.comillas.edu

consultoria.social@comillas.edu

Juan Calmaestra Villén

Universidad de Cordoba

Sergio Carneros Revuelta

Antonia Cascales Martínez

Universidad de Murcia

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Wilmer Rafael Chávez Rea

Universidad Francisco de Miranda Núcleo Barquisimeto

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María Cristina Costa Lobo

Cátedra UNESCO de Juventud, Educación y Sociedad

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4459-8676

She is a member of the Scientific Council of the Order of Portuguese Psychologists, is a lecturer of the UNESCO Chair in Youth, Education and Society (coordinates the international postdoctoral course on Education and Society), is Portuguese, with a doctorate in psychology.

She is an investigator in the following areas: creativity, giftedness, psychological architecture of talent, creative potential, reasoning, problem solving, metacognition, and social responsibility.

Correo electrónico: ccostalobo@gmail.com

Ricardo Cuenca

Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9459-6559

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Ricardo Cuenca is a Social Psychologist, PhD in Education from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), Spain. He is Senior Researcher and, currently, General Director of the Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP). He is also Associate Professor in the Department of Education at the Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia, where he is a member of the Faculty Council. He is also a founding member of the Peruvian Educational Research Society (SIEP). He is member of the Advisor Committee at the Organization of the Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI) and member of the Technical Council of Guidelines and Regulations of the National Institute of Educational Evaluation (INEE) of Mexico. He is a member of the Latin-American Academic Network on Teaching Work (REDESTRADO). He is member of the Ibero-American Scientific Council of the Ibero-American Electronic Magazine on Quality, Efficiency and Change in Education (REICE) and Scientific Council of the International Journal of Education for Social Justice (REIJS). He is also member of the Board of Equity & Excellence in Education, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

He was a member of the National Educational Council in Peru, former President of the Peruvian Educational Research Society and former President of the Peruvian Educational Civil Society Forum. He was coordinator of the research component of the Regional Policy Program for the Teaching Profession of the Education Regional Office of Education of UNESCO for Latin America and the Caribbean (OREALC) and former coordinator of the German Cooperation Education Program in Peru (PROEDUCA-GTZ).

His main lines of research are developed in comparative educational reforms and policies. It mainly investigates issues related to the links between education and politics, between higher education and social inclusion and the teaching issues. He has received research grants from the Latin American Observatory of Inequality of the University of Miami, the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the International Development Research Centre of Canada (IDRC), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Ford Foundation. (FF). The latest studies on the subject of teaching include the report on “The teaching issue in Latin America and the Caribbean” for the meeting of Ministers of Education organized by the UNESCO Regional Office for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (ORELAC) and the report on “The state of educational policies in Peru” for the Inter-American Dialogue. Currently, he leads two research projects: “The return of the political”. Education and democracy in Latin America” and “Lives of the market. Social images of success and entrepreneurial culture in Lima”.

He has advised educational programs the Ministry of Education of Panama on the design of good performance frameworks for teachers, directors and supervisors. Also at the Ministry of Education of Ecuador, in evaluation of the Teaching Mentoring Program and at the Ministry of Education of Honduras, in the design of a National Teacher Training Plan. Also at the Ministry of Education of Guatemala on the development of a rural secondary proposal (teaching component) and advising the Intercultural Indigenous University of the Indigenous Fund in Bolivia in the design of the Monitoring and Follow-up System for Graduates. He has been a consultant at the OECD, IDB and GIZ.

He has received research grants from the Ford Foundation, the International Development Research Centre from Canada, the Latin-American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) and the Latin American Observatory of inequality from the University of Miami. His articles and books have been published in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Spain, USA and Peru. Among his most recent publications are:

  • Wells, R.; Cuenca, R.; Blanco-Ramírez, G. y Aragón, J. (2018). Geographic Mobility and Social Inequality among Peruvian University Students. High Educ., (75), 3, 449-469 DOI 10.1007/s10734-017-0149-6
  • Cuenca, R. y Carrillo, S. (2017). Una mirada a la profesión docente en el Perú:  futuros docentes, docentes en servicio y formadores de docentes. Lima: Unesco y Ministerio de Educación.
  • Cuenca, R., Carrillo, S., de los Ríos, C., Reátegui, L. y Ortiz, G. (2017). La calidad y equidad de la educación secundaria en el Perú.  (Documento de Trabajo 237. Serie Educación 16). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2017). Moving toward professional development: the teacher reform in Peru (2012-2016). (Documento de Trabajo 235. Serie Educación 15). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. y Cáceda, J. (2017). Ideales Normativos, Normas y Praxis: Patologías Sociales sobre los Directivos Escolares en el Perú. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 15(2), 5-29.
  • Cuenca, R., Carrillo, S. y Reátegui, L. (2016). Desencuentros con la formación docente para la justicia social. Currículos y actitudes sobre democracia y ciudadanía. Revista internacional de educación para la justicia social, 5(2), 49-69.
  • Cuenca, R. (2016). Expansión, calidad y reforma universitaria: Perú 2000-2015. En, A. Didriksson (Coord.), Innovando y construyendo el futuro La Universidad de América Latina y el Caribe: estudios de caso (págs. 210-236). Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara.
  • Cuenca, R., Carrillo, S. y Puémape, F. (2016). Mirando al Estado desde la intersectorialidad y la intergubernamentalidad: el caso de la iniciativa Aprende Saludable. Revista de Ciencia Política y Gobierno, 3(6), 207-229.
  • Cuenca, R. y Reátegui, L. (2016). La (incumplida) promesa universitaria en el Perú. (Documento de Trabajo, 230. Serie Educación, 11). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2016). Reconfiguraciones entre Estado y ciudadanía. Imaginarios de éxito y nuevas políticas sociales. En, R. Grompone (Ed.), Incertidumbres y distancias. El controvertido protagonismo del Estado en el Perú (págs. 447-478). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. y Pont, B. (2016). Liderazgo escolar: inversión clave para la mejora educativa. Madrid: Fundación Santillana.
  • Cuenca, R. (2016). El desafío de las desigualdades. Revista del Instituto de Defensa Legal, 262. Disponible en: http://revistaideele.com/ideele/content/el-desaf%C3%ADo-de-las-desigualdades
  • Cuenca, R. (2015). Las carreras docentes en América Latina. La acción meritocrática para el desarrollo profesional. Santiago de Chile: Orealc-Unesco.
  • Cuenca, R. (2015). Higher Education for Latin America: Two Challenges in a Field of Opportunities. In, V. Stead (Ed.), International Perspectives on Higher Education Admission Policy: A Reader (págs. 74-82). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Cuenca, R. y Ramírez, A. (2015). ¿Interculturalizar la universidad o universalizar la interculturalidad? sistema universitario y población indígena. En. R. Cuenca, (Ed.), La educación universitaria en el Perú: democracia, expansión y desigualdades (págs. 59-104). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (Ed.), (2015). La educación universitaria en el Perú: democracia, expansión y desigualdades. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2014). An “Other” Social Mobility, Viewed from the Standpoint of Exclusion. Excellence in Higher Education, 5, 14-25.
  • Cuenca, R. (2014). La educación superior en el Perú: expansión, calidad e inclusión. En, J.J. Brunner y C. Villalobos (Eds.), Políticas de educación superior en Iberoamérica, 2009 – 2013 (págs.481-510). Santiago de Chile: Universidad Diego Portales.
  • Cuenca, R. y Patiño, P. (2014). Profesionalización femenina desde los márgenes. Trayectorias de mujeres indígenas hacia la educación superior. En, S. Vargas, (Comp.), Bajo el radar de Sofía. Oportunidades y barreras de las profesionales en el Perú (págs. 77-107). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2014). La educación en tiempos de desigualdades. Políticas sociales y reformas educativas en América Latina. En, M. Feijoo y M. Poggi, (Coords.), Educación y políticas sociales. Sinergias para la inclusión (págs. 259-286). Buenos Aires: Instituto Internacional de Planeamiento de la Educación.
  • Cuenca, R. (2014). Historias, trayectorias y contextos: la formación de profesionales indígenas en Bolivia y Perú. En, R. Cuenca (Ed.), Etnicidades en construcción. Identidad y acción social en contextos de desigualdad (págs. 167-216). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (Ed.), (2014). Etnicidades en construcción. Identidad y acción social en contextos de desigualdad. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. y Pajuelo, R. (Eds.), (2014). Arguedas, el Perú y las ciencias sociales. Nuevas lecturas. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2014). Las múltiples identidades profesionales de la docencia. En, D. Andrade Oliveira y M. Feldfeber (Comps.), Políticas educativas para América Latina. Praxis docente y transformación social (págs. 133-158). Lima: Universidad de ciencias y humanidades.
  • Cuenca, R. (2013). Cambio, continuidad y búsqueda de consenso, 1980-2011. Lima: Derrama Magisterial.
  • Cuenca, R. (2013). La (buena) calidad “per se” de la educación privada. Revista Poder
    Cuenca, R. (2013). La escuela pública en Lima Metropolitana. ¿Una institución en extinción? Revista de peruana de investigación educativa, 5, 73-98.
  • Cuenca, R. (2013). Reformas institucionales y acción social: la experiencia de la descentralización educativa en Arequipa. En, A.M. Manrique (Ed.), Cátedra Arequipa. Primera sesión. Diez Años de Descentralización en el Perú: Balance y Perspectivas (págs. 161-173). Arequipa: Instituto de Gobierno y Desarrollo Humano – Adrus DyL Editores.
  • Cuenca, R. (2012). ¿Una “otra” movilidad social? Una mirada desde la exclusión. En, R. Cuenca, (Ed.), Educación superior, identidad y movilidad social (págs. 93-116). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (Ed.). (2012). Educación superior, identidad y movilidad social. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca. R. (2012). Educación. Desnudando logros colosales. Revista del Instituto de Defensa Legal, 222. Disponible en http://www.revistaideele.com/ideele/content/n%C3%BAmero-222
  • Cuenca, R. (2012). Veinte días de furia. Una crónica sobre la Ley de Reforma Magisterial. Revista Argumentos, 6(4). Disponible en http://www.revistargumentos.org.pe/veinte_dias_de_furia.html
  • Cuenca, R. (2012). ¿Mejores maestros? Balance de políticas docentes 2010-2011. Lima: Proyecto SUMA-USAID-PERÚ
  • Barrantes, R.; Cuenca, R. y Morel, J. (2012). Las posibilidades del desarrollo inclusivo: dos historias regionales. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2012). Desencuentros entre el discurso del derecho a la educación y las políticas educativas en el Perú de los 2000. (Documento de Trabajo, 170. Serie Educación, 4). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos y Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales.
  • Cuenca, R. (2011). Sobre justicia social y su relación con la educación en tiempos de desigualdad. Revista Internacional de Educación para la Justicia Social, 1 (1), 79-93.
  • Cuenca, R. y Niño, R. (2011). Igualando oportunidades. Sistematización del Programa Internacional de Becas de la Fundación Ford en el Perú. (Documento de Trabajo, 160. Serie Educación, 1). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cotler, J. y Cuenca, R. (2011). Las desigualdades en el Perú. Balances críticos. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2011). Argumentos filosóficos sobre la desigualdad. Balance crítico de la noción. En, J. Cotler y R. Cuenca (eds.). Las desigualdades en el Perú. Balances críticos (págs. 31-58). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
  • Cuenca, R. (2011). Discursos y nociones sobre el desempeño docente. Diálogos con maestros. En, Consejo Nacional de Educación, (ed.), Hacia una propuesta de criterios de buen desempeño docente. Estudios que aportan a la reflexión, al diálogo y a la construcción concertada de una política educativa (págs. 10-68). Lima: Consejo Nacional de Educación y Fundación SM.
  • Cuenca, R. (2011). La carrera pública magisterial: una mirada atrás para avanzar. Revista Tarea, 76, 21-24.
  • Cuenca, R. y Díaz, R. (2010). Ciudadanía de papel. La niñez indocumentada en el Perú. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos y Consorcio de Investigación Económica y Social.

Email: rcuenca@iep.org.pe

Miguel Díaz Rodríguez

Asociación Hablar en Arte

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Edgardo Etchezabar

Universidad de Buenos Aires

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Inmaculada Gómez Esquinas

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María Guillem González-Blanch

Universidad Europea de Madrid

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Miguel Ángel Gual Mestre

CEIP María de la Salut

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Ibán de la Horra Villacé

Colegio Divina Providencia

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Almudena Juanes García

Education Phd. Doctoral thesis: “Social Justice representations in primary education students. Quantitative and Qualitative Comparative Study between Spain and Argentina”, within the line of research on Human Development and Social Justice of the GICE-UAM group (Research Group: Educational Change for Social Justice), of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and Degree in Psychology (Collegiation: M-23156 C.O.P.).

Since 2012, trainer of several seminars for researchers, students or teachers, as the seminar in the subject “Human Development and Social Justice” of the Master in Education for Social Justice, of the UAM, or in the training program for PhD students, teachers and researchers of the LabiPP Working Group (Research Laboratory of Pedagogical Practices of the UNIPE: Pedagogical University of Buenos Aires): Training and Knowledge Construction in the social and moral domains, and in the subject Practicum III, of the students of degree of Education of Infantile and Primary Education, of the UAM.

Research stay at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in the research group: UBACYT Project 2014-2017 20020130100256BA: “Empirical research on the knowledge of the social domain and its theoretical-methodological implications”.

DEA (Diploma of Advanced Studies): “Social Justice: an exploratory study of Social Justice Representations in training teachers” and Research work in psychological educational intervention: “Autism and music therapy”.

Co-coordinator of the data collection of the international study “Representations of Social Justice of European and Latin American students and professors”. Ibero-American Research Network on School Change and Effectiveness (RINACE) and collaborator in research projects: Schools in socio-economically challenging contexts: An approach from education for Social Justice. Reference: EDU2014-56118-P. 2014, School for Social Justice. Reference: EDU2011-29114, “What education for the citizenship do we need?”. Proposals derived from a research about the ideas and attitudes of teachers and students about citizenship education (MEC); Seminar: “on Peer Suport Training”, within the framework of the project: “Grundtvig Learning Partnership: Parental Education and Peer Education as an effective method of anti-bullying intervention in schools” (PEPE) (GR04-00566-1).

Since 2012, participation in numerous international congresses, belonging to the European Commission Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Academic Network (CiCea) -Jean Monnet Network: “Education, Citizenship and Social Justice: Innovation Practices and Research (Organizing Committee)”, “Education: Controversy, Crises and Challenges”, “Creating Communities: Local, National and Global”, and in international congresses, of other international networks: “I International Congress on Leadership and Improvement of Education” (RILME Network), “The 42nd Association for Moral Education Annual Conference “(AME-Harvard University),” XVI National Congress and VI Ibero-American Congress of Pedagogy: Democracy and Education in the XXI Century. The work of John Dewey 100 years later “(Red SEP)” International Seminar: Construction of Social Knowledge: Contributions of the Psychology of Development and Theory of Social Representations “(FLACSO-Argentina),” 3rd International Congress of Educational Sciences and Development “(Universities UPV, Y UGR),” ERPA International Congresses on Education “(ERPA-Athens) and” ATEE WINTER Conference: “Social Justice and Diversity in Teacher Education” (Hungarian Association of Pedagogy and Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest).

In professional experience, nowadays, teacher and director of Universidad Antonio de Nebrija. Moreover, Mentor of the A.P.U.N.T.A.T.E. UAM (University Support to people with Autism Disorders and other spectrum disorders) and Trainer of the EQUIPAR program, imported from the Netherlands by Professor Kevin Van der Meulen of the U.A.M. (with the sections of social skills, dilemmas and control of anger) in 3º ESO of high school: “Juan de la Cierva” of Madrid, through the scholarship of beginning of studies in postgraduate of the U.A.M.

PUBLICATIONS (last three years):

Juanes, A. (2018). Representations of Social Justice in primary school students. A comparative study between Spain and Argentina in A. Barreiro (comp.): Social representations, prejudices and relationships with others. The construction of social and moral knowledge: Collection: Investigations. Publisher: UNIPE. ISBN: 978-987-3805-29-5.

Juanes, A., Jacott, L. and Maldonado, A. (2017). Representations of Social Justice in training teachers. International Journal of Didactics and Educational Organization (REIDOE), 3 (4), 26-45. ISSN: 2445-4494.

Juanes, A., Jacott, L., Maldonado, A. (2017). Quantitative analysis of representations of social justice in Spanish and Argentine primary school students. Advances in leadership and improvement of education: Proceedings of the I International Congress of Leadership and Improvement of Education. Coord. F. Javier Murillo. Madrid: RILME, 465-469. ISBN: 978-84-697-3649-4

Juanes, A., Sainz, V., Garcia-Velez, T., Maldonado, A. and Jacott, L. (2016). Social Justice: A qualitative and quantitative study of representations of social justice in children of primary education. In Proceedings in Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences Elsevier: ERPA International Congresses on Education. DOI: 10.1051 / shsconf / 20162601054

Juanes, A., Sainz, V., Etchezahar, E. and Barreiro, A. (2016). Representations of social justice in primary students: A comparative study between Spain and Argentina. XVI National Congress and the VI Ibero-American Congress of Pedagogy: Democracy and Education in the XXI Century. The work of John Dewey 100 years later, pp. 773. ISBN: 9 788460 882374

Juanes, A. (2016). Social Justice Representations in primary school students. A comparative study between Spain and Argentina “. In P. Cunningham (Ed.) Education, Citizenship and Social Justice: Innovation Practices and Research. London Metropolitan University Cicea.

Juanes, A. Sainz, V. Seguro, V. Maldonado, A. and Jacott, L. (2016) Quantitative and qualitative research of Social Justice representations of Spanish and Argentinian children. In P. Cunningham (Ed.) Education, Citizenship and Social Justice: Innovation Practices and Research. London Metropolitan University Cicea.

Email: almudena.juanes@inv.uam.es

Gabriela J. Krichesky

Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

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She has a degree in Education Sciences (UBA) and a Ph.D. in Education (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid). She teaches at graduate programs offered by the School of Government at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and in Escuela de Maestros (Ministery of Education in Buenos Aires) and works in several professional development projects for school principals and coordinators.

She has taught in kindergarten level, primary and secondary schools and has served as professor of graduate programs at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad de Córdoba and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

Her main research areas involve School Improvement and Educational Management and she is a member of the Educational Change for Social Justice Research Group (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid). She has published several papers in both national and international journals.  he is currently the Head of Arlene Fern Community School (Buenos Aires, Argentina).

Email: gkrichesky@utdt.edu

Claudio Antonio León de la Barra

Professor León de la Barra has a degree on corporate science by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; graduated on corporate science so as a commercial engineer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile.

In the last 25 years, Professor León de la Barra has done multiple projects in matters of business, education and local, regional and national development in Chile.

Also, he has done teaching assistance and has taken academic coordination roles in the areas of general directive, marketing, human resources and labour competence, in both pre and post degree teaching levels.

His actual research and teaching occupation is centred in both Enterprise and Educational Creativity. Specifically, his line of work is the “development of stimulation methods of creativity on specific dominions or contexts”. The application of these methods has been done in the areas mentioned before (Enterprise and Educational), with the goal of stimulating creativeness in the development teams and also the generation of better administrative situations for the creative, innovative and enterprising thinking.

He has done workshops, dictated conferences and participated in congresses related to these subjects in countries such as Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, and Peru.

Nowadays, he is an academic at the Business and Economy school from the Economic and Administrative Sciences department of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso, Chile.

E-mail: claudio.leondelabarra@pucv.cl

Natalia Larraz Rábanos

Universidad de Zaragoza

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Fátima Llamas Salguero

Universidad Internacional de la Rioja

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Verónica López Fernández

Universidad Internacional de La Rioja

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Pilar Martín Lobo

Universidad Internacional de la Rioja

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Isabel Martínez Álvarez

UDIMA

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Carlos Alberto Martínez Bonilla

Doctorate of education at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Master’s Degree in Information and Communication Technologies for Education and Training (2015) at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Master in Teaching and Curriculum for Higher Education (2009) by the Technical University of Ambato Ambato. Diploma in Educational Computing University (2012) and Electronics Engineer (2005) by the Technical University of Ambato Ambato.

Activities

  • University Professor in the area of ​​Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Technical
  • University of Ambato Faculty of Law and Social Sciences Tutor
  • Teacher in Master’s Degree in Communication and Development in the area of ​​ICT
  • Tutor Tutor in Master’s Degree in Social Work in the area of ​​ICT
  • Tutor of Courses in University Teaching in the area of ​​ICT
  • Tutor in Virtual Classrooms Platform Moodle Platform Manager
  • Moodle in the Faculty of Jurisprudence and Social Sciences of the Technical University of Ambato
  • Courses received on virtual classrooms Moodle Platform
  • Courses received on data analysis in SPSS Courses received on writing of scientific articles
  • Assistance to Congresses on Education and ICT
  • Presentation at National and International Congresses on ICT and educommunication
  • Publications in magazines in LATINDEX

E-mail: carlosalberto.martinez@estudiante.uam.es

Luis Moreno Martínez

Universitat de València

Luis Moreno-Martínez was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1989. He was trained as a historian of science (MPhil & PhD Cand.), science educator (PhD & MEd) and chemist (BSc). He is currently Research Fellow and Resident Scholar in History of Science at the Lopez Piñero Institute for the History of Medicine and Science (Spain). He is also External Associate Researcher in Science Education at the Educational Change for Social Justice Research Group of the Autónoma University of Madrid (Spain) and Board member of the Spanish Royal Societies of Physics and Chemistry Didactics and History Group.

His research and teaching activity can be found on his website: https://www.luismormz.com/

Everardo Pérez Manjarrez

University of California

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Academic Positions

  • 2014, September-december.Research Associate WOS,Department of Psychology -Politics, Culture and Identity Lab, University of California – Santa Cruz, USA. Mentor: Professor Phillip Hammack
  • 2013, January-June.Visiting Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, USA. Mentor: Professor Helen Haste
  • 2011 – onwards.Researcher – PIF, Department of Developmental Psychology and Education, UAM. Advisor: Professor Liliana Jacott
  • 2011 – onwards.Member of the Research Group“Educational Change for Social Justice” (GICE).Collaboratorof Liliana Jacott, Professor of the Interfacultative Department of Developmental Psychology and Education – GICE coordinator, Education School, UAM
  • 2011.Academic-Technical Partner, Educational and Developmental Psychology. Principal researcher: Mario Carretero, UAM, Madrid, Spain
  • 2009-2010.High School and Master Degree Professor, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Mexico City, Mexico

Education

  • Ph.D.Autonoma University of Madrid,2010-onwards.Education and Psychology
  • M.A.National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2008. Education and History,Summa Cum Laude
  •  B.A. National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2005. Latin American Studies. History,SummaCum Laude

 

Research Interest

  • Citizenship education and history teachingin different cultural contexts
  • Identity negotiation in adolescents` cultural narratives
  • Social Justice in education
  • Issues of History and citizenship: theory and educational paradigms
  • Narrative, discourse and qualitative methods
  • Latin American Studies
  • Marginalized groups and social movements

 

Research collaboration

  • 2013-2014.Social Justice and Education. A multidisciplinary approach. The Social Justice-oriented Citizen.Call for Projectsfor Scientific Researchand Technological Development, I +D+i.Ministry of Scienceand Innovation, Spain. Principal Researcher:F.JavierMurilloTorrecilla, Research Group:”Educational Changefor Social Justice” (UAM)
  • 2011-2012.Schoolfor Social Justice.Call for Projectsfor Scientific Researchand Technological Development, I +D+i.Ministry of Scienceand Innovation, Spain. Principal Researcher:F.JavierMurilloTorrecilla, Research Group:”Educational Changefor Social Justice” (UAM)
  • 2010-2011.Representation andconceptual changeofhistorical concepts.Comparative studyand implications fortheteaching of historyin Spain,Reference:SEJ-2006-15461. PrincipalResearcher: MarioCarretero
  • 2010.Educational Leadershipfor Social Justice.Call for Projectsfor Scientific Researchand Technological Development, I +D+i.Ministry of Scienceand Innovation, Spain. Principal Researcher:F.JavierMurilloTorrecilla, Research Group:”Educational Changefor Social Justice” (UAM)
  • 2010. Memberof the editorial boardof the International Journalof Education forSocialJustice
  • 2009-2010.Permanent Seminar onResearchon Teaching History andSocial Sciences(SPIEHCS)National Pedagogical University, Mexico City, Mexico. Principal Researcher: Sebastian Plá

Teaching Experience

  • 2013-2014. Citizenship Education in cross cultural contexts. School of Education, UAM (collaborations)
  • 2009-2010. Teaching and learning History. Master in Education, UNAM
  • 2009-2010. World History. High School, UNAM
  •  2009-2010. National History: Mexico. High School, UNAM

 

Publications

  •  Perez-Manjarrez, E. (In revision) Facing History: Witnesses, agents or perpetrators?Positioning and identity negotiation in historical narratives.Qualitative Psychology Journal.
  • Perez-Manjarrez, E. (In revision) Conquering peace: Moral reasoning in students’ historical thinking on historical controversies.Journal of Moral Education.
  • Perez-Manjarrez, E. & González, M. (2014).Who is entitled to be citizen? Agency and historical representations of Indigenous in Mexican and Argentineans adolescents’ narratives. In M. González and A. Rosa (Eds.)Making(ourselves) citizens. A psychology for Democracy. (pp. 287-326) Buenos Aires: Miño y Davila Eds.
  • Perez-Manjarrez, E. (2012). “Adolescents’ perceptions on citizenship: Analyzing empathy and social engagement by positioning dilemmas”, In P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds.)Creating Communities: Local, National and Global.(pp. 558 -571) London: London Metropolitan Unverisity/CiCe.
  •  Plascencia, M. and Perez-Manjarrez, E. (2012).Using narratives to explore Mexican children’s representation of justice”in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (Eds.),Creating Citizenship Communities.(pp.247-260) London: London Metropolitan University/CiCe,
  • García, T., Ordoñez, E., Preckler, M., Sainz, V., Perez-Manjarrez, E., Plascencia, M., Juanes, A., Maldonado, A. and Jacott, L. (2012).“From traditional to cosmopolitan views on citizenship education: a new instrument for evaluation” in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (Eds.),Creating Citizenship Communities. (pp.122-135). London: London Metropolitan University/CiCe.

 

International Conferences (last three years)

  • 2014. (November)Perez-Manjarrez, E.The Hidden Messages in Stereotypes. Adolescents` Perspective Taking on Controversial Issues.Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Moral Education, Pasadena CA, USA.
  • 2014. (July) Perez-Manjarrez, E.Switched on by the old fashion. When culture and tradition engage youth. In the Roundtable, “What switches them on? Cultural context of youth civic engagement”. Helen Haste, Coord. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Rome, Italy.
  • 2014 (July) Perez-Manjarrez, E.The Citizen Inside The Books. Ideological Conflicts on Diversity and Identity, in Spanish and Mexican Citizenship Textbooks.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Rome, Italy.
  • 2013 (July) Perez-Manjarrez, E.Identity Negotiation in adolescents` historical discourses in Mexico and Spain.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Herzliya, Israel.
  • 2013 (June) Perez-Manjarrez, E.Rethinking Identities through History and Citizenship Education. Adolescents´ representation of the Other.Paper presented at the anual meeting of the Childrens` identity and Citizenship in Europe Erasmus Academic Network, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • 2013 (June) Perez-Manjarrez, E., García, T. & Juanes, A.Citizenship Education and Social Justice. From Theory to Practice.Paper presented at the anual meeting of the Childrens` identity and Citizenship in Europe Erasmus Academic Network, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • 2012 (June) Perez-Manjarrez, E. and Plascencia, M. “Adolescents´ perception on Citizenship: analyzing social participation by positioning dilemmas”. Symposium:The social justice view on citizenship education: a new proposal in project.Paper presented atthe 8th CitizED Conference and the First Creating Citizenship Communities Conference. University of York, UK.
  • 2012 (June) Plascencia, M. and Perez-Manjarrez, E. “Using narratives to explore Mexican children’s representation of justice”. Symposium:The social justice view on citizenship education: a new proposal in project.Paper presented atthe 8th CitizED Conference and the First Creating Citizenship Communities Conference. University of York, UK.
  • 2012 (June)García, T., Ordoñez, E., Preckler, M., Sainz, V., Perez-Manjarrez, E., Plascencia, M., Juanes, A., Maldonado, A. and Jacott, L.From traditional to cosmopolitan views on citizenship education: a new instrument for evaluation.Paper presented atthe 8th CitizED Conference and the First Creating Citizenship Communities Conference. University of York, UK.

 

Email: everardo.perez@uam.es

Martín Plasencia González

Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas

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Silvia Pradas Montilla

Universidad Internacional de la Rioja

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Pamela Elizabeth Reyes Herrera

Universidad de Finis Terrae

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Concepción Robles Montes

Consejería de Educación Juventud y Deporte de la CAM

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PhD in Pedagogy by the UAM, BA in Geography and History, Master’s degree in ICT applied to education.

Currently working as Faculty Formation Advisor in Madrid’s Territorial Center of Innovation and Formation of the General Faculty Formation of the Education and Research Advisory.

She has taught in classes of pre-school, elementary and secondary school in several education centers in Madrid for 30 years and worked in the Pre-school and Elementary school’s Faculty Formation Advisory.

Her interests and studies focus on faculty formation, attention to diversity and reactive research. All of it with the main goal to help improve the education quality in diverse and vulnerable contexts, working towards making the schools boost creativity and beinghumanizing.

Member of the research group “Educational change for Social Justice” from itsbeginnings. In 2015 she defended a thesis by the name of: Basic competences for the educational change from a Social Justice approach.

Email: concha.robles@educa.madrid.org

Rocío Rubio Álvarez

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Miguel Stuardo Concha

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2617-0035

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Miguel Stuardo Concha is teacher and researcher. PhD in Education from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). Master’s Degree in Quality and Improvement of Education (UAM). Professor of Spanish and Communication and Bachelor of Education at the University of La Frontera (UFRO). He was awarded with two competitive scholarships: Master’s Scholarships Abroad for Education Professionals in 2011, and Doctorate Scholarships Abroad in 2013, both finances by CONICYT, Chile. He participates in the general coordination of the Chilean Researchers Network in Spain (Red Inche). He is currently researching on school improvement, educational counselling, education and social justice, harmful effects of high consequence testing, and collaboration in free and open research environments. You can connect with me through Linked In or Research Gate.

Email: .stuardo01@ufromail.cl

 

 

 

Carmen Sepúlveda Parra

Universidad Católica Raúl Silva Henríquez

María Angélica Suavita Ramírez

Colegio del Rosario de Santo Domingo

Martha Vergara Fregoso

Universidad de Guadalajara

Juan José Vergara Ramírez

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Isabel Vizcaíno Timón

CEIP Manuel Núñez de Arenas

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María Teresa Ribeiro Pessoa

Universidade de Coimbra

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