The Institute of Research in Education (IRE), of the Faculty of Education at the Universitat de Barcelona, presents Educación 2020-2022. Retos, tendencias y compromisos, the second book in the collection “Challenges, trends and commitments in education”, which has been coordinated by Teresa Lleixà, Zoia Bozu and Assumpta Aneas. The volume has twenty chapters organized in three parts: Pedagogical thought andRead more
The Revista Catalana de Pedagogia (RCP) is a free, open biannual publication of the Catalan Society of Pedagogy, a subsidiary of the Institute of Catalan Studies. The Catalan Journal of Education’s main objectives are to become a quality platform for the dissemination of research and education and training experiences and to promote debate and educational reflection contributed by professionals and/orRead more
Interview with Dr. Antonio Bartolomé Pina, Director of the Institute for Research in Education on online teaching: “Very intense training would be necessary for the change of paradigm”.
The director of the Institute for Research in Education, Professor Antonio Bartolomé Pina, was interviewed in April by Dr. Silvia Andrea Cristian Ladaga to discuss online teaching, a subject whose analysis and approach is more necessary and urgent than ever, as we have seen in these times of pandemic. Throughout the interview, Dr. Antonio Bartolomé warns of the specificityRead more
Call opened by the Social Observatory of “la Caixa” with a grant of 60,000 euros that seeks to encourage knowledge in social sciences by supporting original quantitative research on the Spanish social reality resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The research should last a maximum of 6 months, period in which hypothesis will have to be made, conclusions reached and resultsRead more
Authors Ana Ayuste González & Jaume Trilla Bernet Summary This article seeks to enter into dialogue with the “Manifesto for a Post-Critical Pedagogy” put forward by Naomi Hodgson, Joris Vlieghe, and Piotr Zamojski. After a brief introduction, we dedicate most of the article to commenting, sometimes critically, each of the five principles that the authors present to defend theRead more
New project: Media education and information diet as indicators of the capacity for critical analysis of information content in future teachers (MEDIA4Teach)
Group: DHIGeCs (Didactics of History, Geography, and other Social Sciences) Principal Researchers: Lydia Sánchez and Joaquim Prats Project duration: 1 June 2020 to 1 June 2023 Part number: PID2019-107748RB-100 Economic endowment: 37,000€ Description of the project: In the last call for research projects financed by the Ministry of Science, the Media4Teach project (“Media education and the information diet asRead more
New publication: Are our Future Socio-Educational Agents Duly Prepared to Foster Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue in their Professional Practice?
Authors Ruth Vilà, M. José Rubio & Anna Escofet Abstract Despite the strong influence of religion in today’s world, religious education at university is rather sparse. Universities must be proactive in overcoming negative prejudices and combating symbolic and religious illiteracy that curbs appreciation of other cultural realities. This paper carries out a diagnosis of future social and educational agentsRead more
XI CIDUI 2020 INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM (Online) – Higher Education in the Knowledge Society: Challenges of Hybrid Models – July 1 and 2, 2020
The celebration of the International Congress on University Teaching and Innovation 2020 had to be postponed given the current exceptional circumstances, prioritizing the principle of maximum prudence. The organization has already informed that the XI CIDUI will take place in July 2021, under the title “Beyond competencies: new challenges in the digital society”. In addition, the XI CIDUI 2020Read more
Authors Juana M. Sancho Gil Universidad de Barcelona Cristina Alonso Cano Universidad de Barcelona Joan-Anton Sánchez Valero Universidad de Barcelona Abstract In this article we share a set of reflections and actions that have oriented our academic trajectory. An intertwined itinerary that, for over three decades, has allowed us to assist, contribute and critically analyse the importantRead more
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