31st. Aug 2nd September 2017 City University Dublin, IRELAND Responding to the current multiple crises of climate change, global conflict, mass migration and rising nationalism, the HEIRNET 2017 conference theme, History Education in Challenging Times: Meeting ‘The Other’ across Time and Space, explores how History Education focuses upon these challenges, providing space for research-based examinations
A team of the consolidated research group DHiGeCS has successfully concluded the project named "The science that can not be learnt on internet. Setting the scientific method closer to the secondary education". This project, whose main researcher is the Dr. Joan Santacana, belongs to the program "Fomento de la Cultura Científica, Tecnología y de la Innovación de
Cataloged on Dialnet the last number of the magazine Clío. Teaching and Teaching History. To see the last number click here.
The research group of Didactics of Social Sciences, Red14, supports the Declaration of the Scientific Social Sciences of Education groups rejecting the new criteria for the assessment of the national accreditation of scholars in order to access to a professor´s team work at universities. These new criteria belong to the Program ACADEMIA and the ANECA. To read the declaration
In October 2014 it took place the first conference of Social Sciences teachers in Lebrija (Sevilla). It was an encounter with an open character. Its intentions were: To create a training space for reflexion about didactics and its practices, the learning and the teaching of Social Sciences To give the encounter an innovative character, with