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Description

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The Faculty of Education offers its PhD in Education Programme, whose main purpose is to provide intensive doctoral research training to educational researchers. As an outcome of this programme, students are expected to submit a PhD dissertation that stands as an original and substantial contribution to the field of education, both nationally and internationally.

The Programme is open to graduates of different disciplines and professional backgrounds. Training includes both theoretical and methodological courses, as well as doctoral supervision with a Thesis Supervisor. Course length is eight semesters. Upon completion of the second year, students formally become PhD Candidates and are awarded an MA in Education Science.

An essential part of the PhD training is the candidate’s immersion in the research ecosystem and practice provided by both the Faculty of Education and the University as a whole. Currently, the professors of the doctoral programme participate in more than 61 educational research projects, focusing on different topics and with funded by various sources (Fondecyt [The National Fund for Scientific and Technological Development], Conicyt PIA-AKA [The National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research together with the Academy of Finland and under the Associative Research Program], Fonide [The Education Development and Research Fund], Mecesup [The Higher Education Quality Improvement Program], Fondef [The Scientific and Technological Development Support Fund], Fondedoc [The Fund for the Development of Teaching], Puente Foundation, VRI [The Office of the Vice Provost for Research], etc.). The programme provides doctoral supervision at the hands of faculty members in an array of disciplines, such as teaching, didactic practices (science, mathematics, history, language, etc.), educational psychology, linguistics, statistics, philosophy of education, history of education, economy of education, public policies, sociology of education, among others.

The Faculty of Education boasts 46 fulltime Professors, all PhD graduates from top universities around the world, while 30 of them are Faculty Members of the Doctoral Programme.

 

Resultado Acreditacion Educacion Prórroga

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PhD Programme  Chair: Valeria Cabello

PhD Assistant Officer: Myriam Navarrete V.
E-mail: doctoradoeducacion@uc.cl
Phone:  56-22-354 5311

Background

The PhD Programme began its activities in 1991. It is the first of its kind in Chile, and it has contributed to the training of a substantial number of PhDs in education research in Chile.

 

 

It is an academic programme aiming to train PhD graduates in Education who, as researchers, possess the most fine-tuned skills for reflection and knowledge production in the field of education, and are able to autonomously conduct rigorous and original research, that focus on significant issues for the education system.

 

To date, a total of 166 PhD students have graduated. Our doctoral graduates are part of the educational research community and work in Universities in Chile and Latin America, other tertiary education establishments, training centres, government bodies, national and international agencies, and companies related to the field of education.

During their training, students can participate in academic research and practice opportunities offered by the Faculty of Education, the CEPPE-UC [The Research Centre on Educational Policies and Practices], and the University as a whole. The curriculum includes taught courses in key disciplines for education analysis: Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Pedagogy, Economy, and Public Policies. It also provides systematic training in research skills, both in terms of quantitative and qualitative research methods. As such, the programme is structured around the development and completion of a Research Project, supervised by a dissertation supervisor and committee. Finally, the programme offers a wide variety of additional credit courses provided by the Faculty of Education and other Faculty Departments of the University.


Emphasis on Training

Interdisciplinary approach: the PhD in Education is part of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’ s Doctoral Schools Programme. It boasts over 30 programmes, allowing students mobility between PhD programmes offered by the University.

This doctoral programme is provided by a multidisciplinary academic staff with professors from several disciplines: Education, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Political Sciences, History, Management, Philosophy, Literature, Arts, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Law, among others.

Internationalization: Involvement in international internships, co-research, cotutelles, and post-doctorates is promoted. The programme continuously hosts visiting professors from top universities overseas, as well as international doctorate students completing their programmes in other countries as internships.

Productivity: As part of their training, students are challenged to publish papers and present their work in conferences, both in Chile and abroad.

 

Learning Environment: The programme has over 40 regular students who, together with the academic staff, create an environment open to learning, discussion and generation of new ideas.

Infrastructure: The programme is imparted at San Joaquin Campus, equipped with libraries, sport facilities, leisure areas, study and meeting rooms, computer labs, cafeterias and cafes, among other services. The University has one the best libraries in Latin America in terms of number of volumes, diversity of sources and spaces. The Doctorate Programme offers students exclusive workstations, bi-annual printing allowances, meeting rooms, etc.

Research and Practice Ecosystem

The UC Education “Research Ecosystem” is synergically constituted by the Faculty of Education’s Research Office, the Doctoral Programme in Education and The Research Centre on Educational Policies and Practices, CEPPE.

In the ecosystem, our professors’ funded research projects, such as Fondecyt or Fonide, as well as the associative projects, such as the Center for Educational Justice, the Millennium Nucleus in Higher Education and the Multidisciplinary Research Project in Social Sciences, converge.

Our Doctoral students can join these research centers and projects, through the “Research Practices” courses, which are part of the doctoral curriculum, or by developing their dissertations as part of the ecosystem.

This ecosystem is one of the Programme’s strengths, and it offers to the students and candidates a world class research immersion experience.

Curricular Plan

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The curricular plan includes compulsory, optional and thesis development courses with a total of 380 credits and a duration of eight semesters. The first two years of study are dedicated entirely to the programme. Once formally a PhD candidate, students are expected to dedicate extensive time to the programme, and can complete complementary training activities strictly related to the research project.

Download here 2020 Courses Flowchart

Download here doctoral student regulations

Download here general regulations for doctoral studies


Currículum

380 credits in total

 Compulsory courses (90 credits during the first four semesters)

 

40 credits of discipline seminars:

EDU4044 Seminar current issues in education(10 cr.)
EDU4221 Research seminar I (10 cr.)
EDU4222 Research seminar II (10 cr.)
EDU4230 Research seminar III (10 cr.)

50 credits of methodological training courses:

EDU4045 Introduction to quantitative methods in education (10 cr.)
EDU4046 Quantitative methods in education research(15 cr.)
EDU4047 Qualitative methods in educational research (15 cr.)
EDU4220 Educational research design (10 cr.)

Course EDU4045 Introduction to quantitative methods in education can be validated with a passing grade in the quantitative research methods relevant knowledge exam, which should be taken until March of the first year of study. 

 

 

  Activities related to thesis development (250 credits between the third and the eight semester) 

 

EDU4224 Thesis project I (20 cr.)
EDU4225 Thesis project II (30 cr.)
EDU4205 Candidacy exam (no credits)
EDU4226 Thesis I (50 cr.)
EDU4227 Thesis II (50 cr.)
EDU4228 Thesis III (50 cr.)
EDU4229 Thesis IV (50 cr.)

 

 

  Optional Curriculum (40 credits during the first four semesters, distributed in: 

 

10 credits from the following optional research methodology specialisation courses:

EDU4028 Advanced methods in quantitative educational research (10 cr.)
EDU4029 Advanced methods in qualitative educational research (10 cr.)
EDU4030 Research practices (10 cr.)
EDU4048 Independent methodological study (10 cr.)

Students can choose optional research methodology specialisation courses at a postgraduate level from other academic departments, upon authorization from the Chair of the Doctoral Programme.

30 optional credits, of which 20 must be on research training specific to the student’s line of research. These can be completed from the following initial postgraduate course list offered by the Faculty of Education, notwithstanding new courses that might be on offer after the fact. In addition, students will be able to sign up to postgraduate courses from other academic programmes from this or other universities, upon approval from the Programme Chair:

EDU4002 Philosophical anthropology and educational policy (10 cr.)
EDU4028 Advanced methods in quantitative educational research 10 cr.)
EDU4029 Advanced methods in qualitative educational research (10 cr.)
EDU4033 Education in international comparative perspective (10 cr.)
EDU4034 Discourse analysis in educational settings (10 cr.)
EDU4049 The neuroscience of learning (10 cr.)
EDU4035 Independent study (10 cr.)
EDU4037 Independent study II (10 cr.)
EDU4038 Independent study III (10 cr.)
EDU4039 Independent study IV (10 cr.)
EDU4040 Independent study V (10 cr.)
EDU4041 Research practices II (10 cr.)
EDU4042 Research practices III (10 cr.)
EDU4043 Research practices IV (10 cr.)

To determine the correct line of research for the 20 credits belonging to specialised research courses, each student must seek advice from their Thesis Supervisor or the Chair of the Doctoral Programme.

 

  Compulsory courses as graduation requirement (no credits) (during the fifth and the eighth semester): 

 

EDU4060 Monitoring activity I
EDU4061 Monitoring activity II
EDU4062 Authorship of scientific paper
EDU4063 Internship (minimum one month)
EDU4064 Conference presentation

 

 Graduate School’s CPD compulsory courses (no credits):

 

CPD0002 Workshop on ethics and integrity in research (between the first and the fourth semester)
CPD0100 Placement English test (during the first semester)
CPD8000 Sufficiency English test (during the first and the eighth semester)

  

 Graduate School’s CPD optional courses (no credits):

 

Students must register in at least two courses:

CPD0001 Technology transfer and intellectual property workshop
CPD0003 Workshop on academic presentations in English
CPD0004 Workshop on academic writing in English
CPD0005 Workshop on English academic writing in the humanities
CPD0006 Workshop on academic writing in English for science and technology
CPD0007 Development of teaching skills workshop
CPD0008 Workshop on formulation of quantitative research projects proposals
CPD0010 Workshop on academic writing for the elaboration of doctoral thesis in humanities, social sciences and art
CPD0011 Workshop on effective communication of research results
CPD0012 Workshop on academic texts in English

 

Admission 2022

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Degree Awarded

Doctor in Education.

Curricular Plan

The curricular plan includes compulsory, optional and thesis development courses with a total of 380 credits and a duration of eight semesters. The first two years of study are dedicated entirely to the programme. Once formally a PhD candidate, students are expected to dedicate extensive time to the programme, and can complete complementary training activities strictly related to the research project.

Modality: 100% presence-based

Places: 10

Application Requirements

The selection process accepts only applicants that meet all the requested criteria, which are the minimum entrance requirements.

Minimum Entrance Requirements


a) BA or MA Degree awarded by a Chilean University. If presenting international qualifications, equivalence will be guided by applicable rules in the University’s General Regulations for Doctorate Studies.

b) Certified academic and professional background that accounts for the previous education and work experience of the applicant as per the programme’s education requirements.

c) Written Statement of Purpose explaining the applicant’s interest in the programme and its academic objectives to proceed with doctorate studies, including a reference to the time commitments entailed.

d) Knowledge of the English language, enough to proficiently understand written international papers, books, documents and databases. This must be certified by an internationally recognised English Language Exam.

e) Certification of command of English as a second language, according to a level defined by the Programme’s Committee.

f) Basic knowledge of research methodologies, to a minimum level defined by the programme.

g) At least two letters of recommendation.

h) Student’s Degree or Diploma Ranking Certificate or the percentile the student was in at the time of graduation, both in undergraduate and graduate degree programmes.

i) A written research proposal, consistent with the current research areas of the Department, backed by a faculty member of the doctorate programme.

Application requirements for international students

Applying to a PhD Programme

Register online: How to register?

To register online click here

To apply online click  here

 

Important:

Online registrations an applications are between August 16th and September 24th.

Check these demos to learn how to register online

Postgraduate Demo
Registration Demo

 

Requirements for Applying

Documents Required

1. Relevant Degree or Title Certificate (at this first stage, we only request photocopies of these documents. If selected, you will need to provide original copies or certified copies).

2. Transcripts of Academic Records of the awarded degrees or titles (if you are an international student, you must provide a Grade Conversion Guide to establish an equivalence with the national grade scale).

3. Curriculum vitae (following this format and making sure all sections are complete).

4. Letter of Intent or Introduction. This document should include:

a) In the first part, a description of previous academic studies, as a complement to the information provided on the curriculum vitae, specifying the purpose of pursuing doctorate studies, along with information on the student’s availability and exclusive commitment to the programme, if accepted.

b) In the second part, a description of the specific research subject and problem that the applicant wants to study during the PhD programme, as well as arguments for the doctoral research project in terms of conceptual focus and tentative research methodologies for the thesis.

The Letter of Intent must have a maximum of 1,500 words, without considering bibliographic references.

5. According to the research interests mentioned in the letter of intent/introduction, suggest a Thesis Supervisor. For this purpose, we invite applicants to review the academic background of faculty members linked to the field of research of interest. To this end, applicants must fill this form and contact the faculty member of choice. If the faculty member accepts, he/she must send the applicant a commitment letter to confirm their role as Thesis Supervisor. This letter must be included with the supporting documents when applying.

6. If applicable, an institutional sponsorship letter, certifying full commitment and funding during at least the first two years of the Doctoral Programme.

7. Two letters of recommendation.

8. Graduation Rank Certificate (degree or qualification). This is the relative position compared to the student cohort in terms of grades obtained during undergraduate studies. Class Rank Certificates will not be accepted. If your university cannot provide a rank record or does not have an official format, we ask you to download this rank certificate format for your university to complete, sign and stamp.

9. English language proficiency certificate. The following certifications are accepted: Cambridge (FCE, CAE, CPE), TOEFL (PBT/IBT) or IELTS. As an exception, TOEIC certification can be presented. Currently, requirements are at level B2/ALTE3, following the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). A lower level could be accepted as an exception.

 

 

Selection Process

The process is structured into two stages: preselection and final selection.

a) Preselection: during the first stage, academic and professional background presented by applicants is assessed. Faculty staff of the programme oversee the preselection of candidates that can continue to the next assessment stage.

b) Final Selection: during the second stage, the preselected candidates are interviewed. National candidates must attend a face-to-face interview and international candidates must join an interview by videoconference. An academic staff committee of the programme holds the interviews, who later make recommendations on the candidates finally accepted to pursue the programme.

Application dates

1. Submit supporting documents to the PhD website.

From: Monday, August 16th, 2021. 

Until: Friday, September 24th, 2021. 

2. Results of preselected candidates: second week of October 2021. 

3. Interviews: third and fourth week of October 2021. 

4. Result of selected candidates: first week of November 2021.

 

Fees

Fees are set at the beginning of each year. As reference, the annual fee for 2021 is CLP $4,448,000. - (USD $6,300 approx.).

Note: the application eligibility fees have been scrapped for the following applications.

 

Curricular Plan

Curricular Plan

Click on this link to learn more about the curricular plan and courses flowchart. The Doctorate has a new curricular plan since 2020.

Start of classes:

First week of March each year.


Resultado Acreditacion Educacion Prórroga

Check the accreditation status of PhD Programmes offered by Universidad Católica.

PhD Programme  Chair: Valeria Cabello

PhD Assistant Officer: Myriam Navarrete V.
E-mail: doctoradoeducacion@uc.cl
Phone:  56-22-354 5311

Academic Staff

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 Name of   Professor

Academic Degree

Focus Areas

E-mail address

Line of research

 Ávila, Natalia

PhD in Education

Academic writing.
Writing across the curriculum.
writing pedagogy.

naavila@uc.cl

School teaching and learning

Higher education

 Barahona, Malba

PhD in Philosophy

Teacher training. Didactics of English language teaching.

Gender, identity and language.

Cultural-historical activity theory

maria.barahona@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Bernasconi,   Andrés

PhD in the Sociology of Organizations

The sociology of higher education.

Private higher education provision.

Governance and management in universities.

Higher education policies.

abernasconi@uc.cl

Higher education

 Cabello, Valeria

PhD in Educational Psychology

Science learning in primary and secondary schools.

Students’ engagement in STEM learning.

Development of scientific reasoning in children and explanations on natural phenomena. 

Science areas teacher training.

 vmcabello@uc.cl

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Cabezas,   Verónica

Ph.D. in Economics of Education

Teaching policies

Program assessment

Economics of education 

Education policies

Innovation and entrepreneurship

 vcabezag@uc.cl

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Carrasco,   Alejandro

PhD in Education

Learning in school contexts.

School leadership and management.

ajcarras@uc.cl

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Claro Tagle,   Magdalena

Doctor in Engineering Sciences

Pre-service teacher training.

Technology and education.

mclarot@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Ferreira, Roberto

Ph.D in Psychology

Educational and learning neuroscience.

Language Processing and acquisition (L1 & L2)

roberto.ferreira@uc.cl

School teaching and learning

 Gómez,   Florencia

PhD. in Educational Studies

Teacher learning and pre-service training of primary school teachers.

Classroom teaching practices supporting a productive collaboration and discussions in sciences and mathematics.

Collaboration among education researchers and professionals for continuous improvement.

fgomezz@uc.cl

 

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 González,   Carlos

PhD in Education

Information and communication technologies (ICTs).

Higher education.

ICTs and pre-service teacher training.

cgonzalu@uc.cl

Higher education

 Guerrero,     Patricia

Doctor in Sociology

Teachers and school leaders’ work and mental health under the new public policy scenarios.

 

Diversity and inclusion from a perspective of construction of normality and difference, and from a bio-social-cultural approach. 

 

Emotions, affection and bonds in schools. 

pguerrem@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Henríquez,   Rodrigo

Doctor in Didactics of Social Sciences

Doctor in Contemporary History

Historiographic research.

History literacy in secondary and tertiary education students.

Chilean populism and statism.

rodrigo.henriquez@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Marini, Guillermo

PhD in Philosophy and Education

Philosophy and aesthetics of education in view of teacher training.

gmarini@uc.cl

Foundations and purposes of education

 Marzábal, Ainoa

Doctor in Didactics of Experimental Sciences

Scientific language and education.

Scientific skills development.

amarzabal@uc.cl 

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Matus, Claudia

PhD in Education

Globalization and internationalization of higher education.

Cultural studies. Discourses of difference.

Curriculum.

Qualitative research methodologies.

cmatusc@uc.cl

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Mendive,   Susana

Doctor in Psychology

Social interaction for the development of joint attention, speech, and initial literacy.

 

Development and assessment of interventions to improve language and pre-literacy stimulation among families and teachers (in initial training and in-service).

smendive@uc.cl

Teaching and learning in early childhood.

 

Educational measurement and assessment

 Meneses,   Alejandra

Doctor in Linguistics

Early literacy.
Discourse Analysis and academic discourse.
Classroom interactions.
Language didactics.

amenesea@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Meza, Marisa

Doctor in Philosophy specializing in Ethics 

Philosophy of education.

Didactics of philosophy.

Moral education.

mmeza@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

Foundations and purposes of education

 Müller,   Magdalena

Doctor in Psychology

Teacher training.

 

Knowledge transfer from experts to novices during professional internships.

 

Self-Efficacy and Motivation.

 

Pedagogical leadership.

mbmuller@uc.cl

 

Teacher training and professional development

 

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Muñoz, Ana   Luisa

PhD in Educational Culture, Policy and Society

Curriculum.

Knowledge policies.

Higher education.

 

Internationalization.

aumunoz@uc.cl

Higher education

 Munita, Felipe

Doctor in Didactics of Language and Literature

Literature didactics.

Children’s and youth literature didactics.

Reading mediation.

School libraries.

felipe.munita@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Salinas, Álvaro

Doctor in Social Sciences

Information and communication technologies.

Initial training.

Pedagogical practices.

asalinase@uc.cl

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Santelices,   Verónica

PhD in Quantitative Methods and Assessment

Educational measurement.

Educational programs assessment.

Standardized tests design.

Access to higher education.

General educational policies.

vsanteli@uc.cl

Higher education

 

Educational measurement and assessment

 Solar, Horacio

Doctor in Didactics of Mathematics

Math skills.

Didactics of algebra.

Lifelong training of math teachers.

hsolar@uc.cl 

Teacher training and professional development

 

School teaching and learning

 Susperreguy,   María Inés

PhD in Education and Psychology

Family and instructional factors associated with cognitive and academic development of preschool children.

Promoting and developing early mathematical skills.

Relationship between the socio-economic and educational level and the development of early mathematics skills.

misusper@uc.cl

 

Teaching and learning in early childhood

 Treviño Ernesto

PhD. in Education, specializing in management, planning and social policy

Educational policy: equitability, evaluation of educational policies, impact of educational policies on classroom interactions, comparison of educational systems.

School and classroom: school leadership and management, organization

ernesto.trevino@uc.cl

Teaching and learning in early childhood

 

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Véliz Calderón,   Daniela

PhD in Higher Education

The academic profession.

Internationalization.

Gender.

University teaching.

dvelizc@uc.cl

Higher education

 Volante, Paulo

Doctor in Psychology

Instructional leadership.
School management.
Managing educational improvement projects.
Psychology of organizations.

pvolante@uc.cl 

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 Zamora,   Guillermo

PhD in Educational Sciences

Education, culture, and society.

Current shaping of pedagogical authority in secondary education.

Identifying socio-cultural barriers for learning in underprivileged district schools.

gzamora@uc.cl

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

Foundations and purposes of education

 Zúñiga, Carmen   Gloria

PhD in Education

History teaching and learning. Learning assessment. Educational feedback. School curriculum.

Civic education in the school system.

carmen.zuniga@uc.cl

School teaching and learning

 

Educational measurement and assessment

 

 

 

Grants and Scholarships

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Grants and Scholarships

External competitive grant funds

 ANID Grant, covering annual fees (up to CLP$2,700,000 – USD$3,994) during 4 years, extendable for 6 more months, plus a living expenses fund of CLP$650.000.- (USD$1,000.- approximately). For Chilean residents and foreigners with or without permanent residency.

Internal competitive grants by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (VRI, for its initials in Spanish).

Competitive Grant for University Assistant and Fellow Instructor, covering 100% of the fee, plus living expenses fund of $346,500.- (US$560.- approximately). For Chilean residents and foreigners with or without permanent residency.

Other internal competitive grants by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and the Graduate School.

Agreements

The International Relations Office (DRAI) is one of the offices of the Academic Vice-Provost of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Its mission is to promote, coordinate and support international academic development at our University.

For more information, please visit the Academic Exchange Programmes and International Affairs webpage.

 

Since 2018, the PhD in Education has been part of the International PhD in Contemporary Humanism, together with Pontificia Universidad Católica (UC), Libera Universita’ Maria SS. Assunta (LUMSA), Institut Catholique de Paris (IPC) and Australian Catholic University (ACU). Every year, scholarships are offered to students who wish to participate in internships.

For more information, please visit the Graduate School website .

 

Students

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Graduate Profile

Successful graduates of this programme must be able to: 

  • Carry out independent research allowing them to generate relevant knowledge for the field of education.
  • Understand fundamental problems of the education sector, backed by theories and paradigms provided by various areas of knowledge in order to support the improvement of education practices and policies.
  • Discerningly appropriate new knowledge in the field of education to develop new theoretical-practical proposals relevant to current educational needs.
  • Get involved in the creation and coordination of research teams, displaying knowledge of research designs, methods, integrity and ethics.
  • Contribute personally to the creative generation, dissemination and communication of knowledge, via oral and written media such as publications and presentations in scientific events with a diverse audience.
  • Add to the current knowledge and understanding of trends, conceptualizations and theories in a specific field of education.

 

Below you can find a directory of current students, with their contact details and lines of research.

For more information on graduates and their research projects, please click on the file below.

Thesis conducted by PhD students (PDF)

 

2021

Katherine Araya Pérez
Admission 2021

E-Mail: karayap@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Childhood Educator, BA in education. Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación, Chile. MA in Education minored in school curriculum, UC

Dissertation: Implementation of the rights approach in early childhood, beliefs, and practices of early childhood educators in public institutions

Supervisor: Carmen Gloria Zúñiga

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

About my work: https://cl.linkedin.com/in/katherine-araya-perez-75a74148

 

 

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Solange Valeria Armijo Solís
Admission 2021

E-Mail:svarmijo@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Education, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile. Special Education Needs Teacher with a specialization in Specific Learning Disabilities and Mental Retardation, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile. MA in Education with a specialization in Learning Disabilities, UC

Dissertation: Inclusive education for academic talented students in the Chilean educational context

Supervisor: Valeria Cabello

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8239-0668

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/solange-armijo-6b85a069/

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Solange-Armijo

 

 

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Carlos Ignacio Azócar Ortiz
Admission 2021

E-Mail: cgazocar@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Sociology, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Educational privatization and democratic disaffection in Latin America

Supervisor:  Marisa Meza

Research line: Foundation and purposes of education

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carlos-Azocar

 

 

 

Carolina Andrea Castillo González
Admission 2021

E-Mail: carolina.castillo@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Social Anthropologist, University of Chile. MA in Sociology, Social Transformations and Innovation, University of Barcelona, Spain

Dissertation: Writing assessment and its learning factors

Supervisor: Natalia Ávila

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carolina-Castillo-16

 

 

 

 

Alba Cortés Morales
Admission 2021

E-Mail: avcortes1@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Chemistry, Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile. BA in Education, UC. Teacher of Secondary Education in Chemistry, UC. MA in Research in Scientific and Mathematical Education, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Dissertation: Influence of the pedagogical content knowledge of science teachers in the adaptation of educational materials

Director: Ainoa Marzábal

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/albacortesmorales/

 

 

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Estrella de la Luz Léniz Ulloa
Admission 2021

E-Mail: edleniz@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Spanish Language and Literature, UC

Dissertation: Religious literacy practices and university writers' identity process: an ethnographic approach

Director: Natalia Ávila

Research line: Higher education

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/estrella-l%C3%A9niz-ulloa-3106b956/

 

  

Laurent Loubiès Valdés
Admission 2021

E-Mail: lloubies@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Psychologist, Universidad de Concepción, Chile. MA in Educational Psychology, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Teacher training in democratic school coexistence

Supervisor: Marisa Meza

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurent-loubiès-valdés-177592209

 

 

Daniela Jesús Luque Carmona
Admission 2021

E-Mail: daniela.luque@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in History and in Education, UC. Teacher of History and Social Sciences, UC. MA in in Latin American Studies, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Citizenship skills and critical thinking in the field of history and social sciences

Director: Rodrigo Henríquez

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=dKQQ_6EAAAAJ&hl=es&oi=ao

  

 

Mauro Ramos Roa

Admission 2021

E-Mail: mtramos@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Education and Teacher of English, UMCE, Chile. MA in Applied Linguistics, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Dissertation: Analysis of psychosocial risk factors in in-service teachers. Centrality of work in teachers

Supervisor: Patricia Guerrero

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work: ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1465-6401

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mauro-ramos-roa-9446488a/

 

Adolfo Rocuant Urzúa
Admission 2021

E-Mail: arrocuant@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Education and Teacher of Physical Education, UCSH, Chile. MA in Education, minored in Learning Assessment, UC. MA in Management of Physical and Sport Activities, UNAB, Chile

Dissertation: Physical education and integral development: a look from the development of socio-emotional attitudes of students within the school communities

Director: Ernesto Treviño

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work:https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4490-1145

  

 

Loreto Salvatierra López
Admission 2021

E-Mail: lsalvati@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist, UC. Global MBA, Universidad de Chile. MA in Business, The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia

Dissertation:  STEM skills in preschoolers: Parental interactions and competencies that facilitate and hinder their development and gender equity

Supervisor: Valeria Cabello

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

About my work:  www.linkedin.com/in/loreto-salvatierra

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=IQ1gVNIAAAAJ&hl=es&oi=ao

 

 

Carmen Maura Taveras Alcántara
Admission 2021

E-Mail: cmtaveras@uc.cl

Nationality: Dominican

Profession: BA in Economics, Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Dominican Republic. ©MA in Education, minored in Learning Assessment, UC

Dissertation: Development of growth mindset in teachers of low socioeconomic schools

Supervisor: Verónica Santelices

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carmenmaura

 

 

Pamela Valentina Urra Arriagada
Admission 2021

E-Mail: plurra@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Hispanic Language and Literature, minored in Linguistic, Universidad de Chile. MA in Linguistic, minored in Spanish Language, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Impact of home digital literacy environments on the discourse development of Chilean preschoolers

Supervisor: Susana Mendive

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

About my work: www.linkedin.com/in/pamelaurraarriagada-a3529651

2020

 

  

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Loreto Abarzúa Silva
Admission 2020

E-Mail: lnabarzua@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Bachelor in English Language and Literature; MA in Linguistics, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Identity, normality and differences in rural context schools

Supervisor: Patricia Guerrero

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6560-409X



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Victoria Arriagada Jofré
Admission 2020

E-Mail: vparriagada@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: UdeC Mathematics and Computer Teacher, MA in Higher Education, UCSC

Dissertation: Developing the professional view of the math teacher

Supervisor: Horacio Solar

Research line: Teacher training and professional development 

  

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Gabriela Báez Bargellini
Admission 2020

E-Mail: gfbaez@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Primary School Teacher and Preschool Teacher, PUC. MA in Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, IOE, University College London

Dissertation: Developing multiliteracies for the acquisition of 21st century skills

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4212-0911

  

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Pablo Barrientos Saavedra
Admission 2020

E-Mail: pfbarrientos@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Philosophy Teacher, UAH, Chile. MA in Education Policy, UAH, Chile

Dissertation: Early teacher training from a social justice perspective

Supervisor: Ana Luisa Muñoz

Research line: Teacher training and professional development 

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pablo_Barrientos_Saavedra

  

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Monika Dockendorff Aguilera
Admission 2020

E-Mail: mdockend@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Commercial Engineer and Secondary School Maths Teacher, UC. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Digital learning environments in mathematics education

Supervisor: Florencia Gómez

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

  

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Jocelyn Gaete Cornejo
Admission 2020

E-Mail: jtgaete@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: History and Social Sciences State Teacher/BA in History, USACH. MA in Education, minored in Learning Assessment, UC

Dissertation: Analysis of trainee teachers feedback processes in the context of professional internships

Supervisor: Magdalena Müller

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jocelyn_Gaete

  

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Christian Lazcano Castro
Admission 2020

E-Mail: cllazcano@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: History and Geography Teacher, MA in Education, minored in Educational Management and Leadership, UC

Dissertation: Educational leadership and teacher retention

Supervisor: Paulo Volante

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work: https://ediciones.uc.cl/index.php/de-la-reforma-a-la-transformacion-capacidades-innovaciones-y-regulacion-de-la-educacion-chilena.html

 

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Daniel Ponce Pradenas
Admission 2020

E-Mail: deponce@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Geo-Survey Engineer, USACH, Maths Teacher and MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Pedagogical interaction in higher education classrooms

Supervisor: Carlos González

Research line: Higher education

 

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Francisca Pozo Tapia
Admission 2020

E-Mail: frpozo@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Speech Therapist, Universidad de Chile. MA Joint Professional Practice: Language and Communication, IOE

Dissertation: Implementing a language skills development program linked to reading acquisition through the RTI model

Supervisor: Susana Mendive

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

 

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José Reyes Rojas
Admission 2020

E-Mail: jgreyes2@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Music Theory, Secondary School Teacher minored in Music, BA in Education, minored in Music Theory and MA in Education minored in Computer Literacy Education, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Digital agenda in education. Educational policy in computer literacy education

Supervisor: Álvaro Salinas

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

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Leandro Silva Bravo
Admission 2020

E-Mail: lasilva8@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in English Language and Literature; MA in Linguistics, minored in English Language, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Affectivity and construction of teacher identity

Supervisor: Patricia Guerrero

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1850-9377

 

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Denisse Zúñiga Parada
Admission 2020

E-Mail: dzunigpa@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist and BSc in Psychology, Universidad Santo Tomás, MSc in Educational Psychology, UC

Dissertation: Interaction between teachers and higher education

Supervisor: Carlos González

Research line: Higher education

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Denisse_Zuniga

 

 

2019

 

MARISOL CAMPILLAY

Marisol Campillay Llanos
Admission 2019

E-Mail: mdcampillay@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean 

Profession: History and Social Sciences Teacher, Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Academic performativity between knowledge production and research policies in university theater careers

Supervisor: Ana Luisa Muñoz

Research line: Higher education

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marisol_Campillay_Llanos

   

NATALIA CANDIDO
Natália Candido Vendrasco
Admission 2019

E-Mail: natalia.candido@uc.cl

Nationality: Brazilian

Profession: Biologist, Universidade Federal do Sao Paulo, Brazil. MSc in Didactics of Natural Sciences, PUCV, Chile

Dissertation: Characteristics of mediation in non-formal spaces of science education and its relationship with the professional knowledge of mediators

Supervisor: Ainoa Marzábal

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3932-2579

 

CAROLINA CASTRO
Carolina Castro Ibáñez
Admission 2019

E-Mail: c.castro.i@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Primary School Teacher, UMCE. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Recognition of hospital schools in quality assurance educational policies

Supervisor: Andrés Bernasconi

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carolina_Castro26

  

MARIA BEATRIZ CIFUENTES
María Beatriz Cifuentes Orellana
Admission 2019

E-Mail: mtcifuentes@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in History, Universidad de Chile. History and Social Sciences Secondary School Teacher and BA in Education, Universidad Andrés Bello. MA in Cognitive Development, UDP, Chile

Dissertation: Scaffolding and regulation of participation in group dialogues to solve tasks in a mathematical classroom

Supervisor: Horacio Solar

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ma-beatriz-cifuentes-3b235941/?originalSubdomain=cl

  

BelenFierro

Belén Fierro Saldaña
Admission 2019

E-Mail: bffierro@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Physical Education and Health Teacher, UMCE. MA in Education, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Dissertation: Analysis of factors and pedagogical practices that affect the inclusion of students with disabilities in school physical education classes

Supervisor: Ernesto Treviño

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7690-3359

  

EVELYN HUGO
Evelyn Hugo Rojas
Admission 2019

E-Mail: eshugo@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Spanish Language and Literature, Spanish Teacher and MA in Linguistics, UC

Dissertation: Metalinguistic reflection on mother tongue and its relationship with the quality of written scientific explanations in learning contexts

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Evelyn_Hugo

  

ROLANDO JELDRES
Rolando 
Jeldres Zamorano
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: rajeldres@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: English Teacher and BA in Education, Universidad Central de Chile. MA in Education, minored in Educational Leadership, UC

Dissertation: Organizational improvisation in school leadership contexts

Supervisor: Paulo Volante

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3133-0881

 

LADY ANDREA LOPEZ
Lady 
Andrea López Rodríguez
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: lalopez4@uc.cl

Nationality: Colombian

Profession: BSc in Physics, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Colombia. MSc in Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico

Dissertation: Disciplinary, pedagogical, and technological knowledge of science teachers and their relationship with technology-mediated science teaching

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrea_Lopez_Rodriguez3

 

PAULA NEIRA
Paula Neira Magliocchetti
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: pjneira@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in History, History Teacher, UC. MA in Education Research, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Dissertation: Teaching and learning of historical-citizen competence in vulnerable contexts

Supervisor: Rodrigo Henríquez

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8519-438X

  

PAMELA PALOMERA
Pamela Palomera Rojas
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: pvpalomera@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BSc in Education in Physics, Physics Teacher, UC. MSc in Didactics of Experimental Sciences, PUCV, Chile

Dissertation: Trainers of trainers and teachers in training: Relationship between their science teaching practices with a gender perspective

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://independent.academia.edu/PamelaPalomeraRojas?subdomain=educandus

 

GABRIEL ROMERO
Gabriel Romero Karlsson
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: giromero@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in English Linguistics and Literature, Universidad de Chile. MSc in Modernist and Postmodernist Literature, The University of Edinburgh. MA in English Literature, Stockholm University, Sweden

Dissertation: Preparing teachers who read and readers who teach: A reading intervention with Picturebooks in an English teacher training program in Santiago de Chile

Supervisor: Felipe Munita

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://publons.com/researcher/1753971/gabriel-romero-karlsson/

 

KATA SPRINGINZEISZ
Kata Springinzeisz
Admission 2019
 

E-Mail: kspringinzeisz@uc.cl

Nationality: Hungarian

Profession: BA in Philosophy and History, Philosophy and History Teacher, University of Miskolc, Hungary. Master of Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education, Universidad of Maastricht, the Netherlands

Dissertation: Art museums and social inclusion: stated principles, educational practices and perspectives of key actors

Supervisor: Carmen Gloria Zúñiga

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

About my work: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kata_Springinzeisz

 

2018

nicole-abricot

Nicole Abricot Marchant
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: neabricot@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: History and Social Sciences Teacher, USACH. MA in Education, minored in Learning Assessments, UC

Dissertation: How to assess social thinking? Towards a classroom assessment coherent with critical citizenship education

Supervisor: Verónica Santelices

Research line: Educational measurement and evaluation

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicole_Abricot

  

ursula-bravo

Úrsula Bravo Colomer
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: ursula.bravo@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Design, Designer, UC. Master of Arts and Scientific Thinking, Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile

Dissertation: Understanding the teaching visual management of first grade classroom wall, from a visual ethnography approach

Supervisor: Guillermo Marini

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ursula_Bravo

  

lina calle

Lina Calle Arango
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: lcalle@uc.cl

Nationality: Colombian

Profession: Literary Studies Professional, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia. MA in Editing and MA in Training of Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign Language, Universidad Internacional Iberoamericana, Puerto Rico

Dissertation: Enculturation and discursive identities of students during their initial doctoral training in education

Supervisor: Natalia Ávila

Research line: Higher education

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lina_Calle-Arango

  

natalia chamorro

Natalia Chamorro Tenorio
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: nfchamor@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Commercial Engineer, MSc in Management and MSc in Education, UC

Dissertation: School dropout within regular education of students with special education needs

Supervisor: Ernesto Treviño

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

  

gonzalo cifuentes

Gonzalo Cifuentes Gómez
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: gecifuentes@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: History and Geography Teacher, UFRO. MA in Education, minored in Learning Assessment, UC

Dissertation: Impact of socio-economic inequality in learning outcomes of university students upon graduation

Supervisor: Verónica Santelices

Research line: Higher education

About my work:

https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=es&user=fIRLm4kAAAAJ

  

kyuttza-gomez

Kyuttzza Gómez Guinart
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: kgomez3@uc.cl

Nationality: Cuban

Profession: Psychologist, Universidad La Habana, Cuba. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Mapping segregation. blends of racialization in Chilean public schools

Supervisor: Marta Infante

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, school leadership and improvement

About my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyuttzza-gómez-guinart-ab1791ab; https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0456-6824

  

pamela guzman

Pamela Guzmán Sobarzo
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: paguzmans@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Engineer in Mathematics, Universidad de la Frontera. MSc in Applied Mathematics, The University of Sidney, Australia

Dissertation: University persistence in Chile: the results of PACE students and the modelling of free tuition slots as an institutional decision

Supervisor: Verónica Santelices

Research line: Educational measurement and assessment

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Pamela_Guzman

 

dany lopez

Dany López González
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: dxlopez@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Physicist and MSc in Physics, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: The quality of reports in undergraduate physics laboratory courses and their relationship with the level of scientific abilities

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: Higher education

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dany_Lopez

  

manuela mendez

Manuela Méndez Herranz
Admission 2018

 

E-Mail: momendez@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Environmental Biologist, UC. Biology Teacher, Universidad del Desarrollo. MSc in Botany, Universidad de Concepción

Dissertation: Civic ecology: Teacher training for perceiving and coexisting

Supervisor: Guillermo Marini

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Manuela_Mendez_Herranz

  

armando peri

Armando Peri Rubio
Admission 2018

E-Mail: ajperi@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Mathematics and Physics Secondary School Teacher, Universidad de Chile. Master in Educational Sciences, UC

Dissertation: Analysis of the RPAula teacher professional development program by ARPA according to three dimensions: Student learning outcomes, design, and theoretical basis and research

Supervisor: Florencia Gómez

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Armando_Peri

  

lara rodriguez

Lara Rodrígues de Andrade
Admission 2018

E-Mail: lrodrig5@uc.cl

Nationality: Brazilian

Profession: Astronomer, Physics Teacher and MSc in Astrophysics, UC

Dissertation: Education and public engagement in astronomy: evaluation of Chilean professional development programs for K12 teachers in view of the national curriculum and the teachers' content knowledge

Supervisor: Alejandra Meneses

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lara_Rodrigues7

 

macarena aguayo

Macarena Salas Aguayo
Admission 2018

E-Mail: msalas1@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Linguistics, Universidad de Chile. Spanish Teacher, UC. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Discourse constructions around mentorships in the Chilean education system: Towards understanding the mentoring process in context

Supervisor: Lorena Medina; Natalia Ávila Co-supervisor

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

 

 

2017

CarlosAranedaUrrutia

Carlos Araneda Urrutia
Admission 2017

E-Mail: cwaraned@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Natural Sciences and Biology Secondary School Teacher, UC.  MA in Education, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: A vitalist mapping of Chilean educational policies related to dis/abilities

Supervisor: Marta Infante

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

AlessandraDiazSacco

Alessandra Díaz Sacco
Admission 2017

E-Mail: andiaz@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Natural Sciences and Biology Secondary School Teacher, UC. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Continuities and discontinuities in persistence decisions of novice teachers in high vulnerability rate schools: A biographical narrative approach

Supervisor: Guillermo Marini

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

 

LorettaLabarcaGuajardo

Loretta Isabel Labarca Guajardo
Admission 2017

 

E-Mail: lilabarca@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Maths and Computer State Teacher, USACH. MA in Sociology of Education, IOE-UCL

Dissertation: Learning progressions of number and operations domain in 4th grade, in Chile, and its link to mathematical achievement in 8th grade

Supervisor: Ernesto Treviño

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

YercoMunozSalinas

Yerko Muñoz Salinas
Admission 2017

 

E-Mail: ymunoz2@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Secondary School Teacher, UC. MSc in Social Sciences, minored in Modernizing Sociology, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: The excitement of becoming a teacher: A narrative study on the emotions and identity of trainee teachers

Supervisor: Álvaro Salinas

Research line: Teacher training and professional development

About my work: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5019-1325  https://www.linkedin.com/in/yerko-mu%C3%B1oz-s-43aa6b8b/

 

CamillaRasseFigueroa

Camila Rasse Figueroa
Admission 2017

 

E-Mail: cmrasse@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist, UC. MSc in Psychology, minored in Educational Psychology, UC

Dissertation: Citizenship social practices and development of civic skills in technical-vocational schools

Supervisor: Rodrigo Henríquez

Research line: School teaching and learning

About my work: ORCID: 0000-0001-9832-6196. Researcher ID: F-3807-2017 Academic Google link: https://scholar.google.es/citations?user=GoyQC4UAAAAJ&hl=es&authuser=1

 

RodrigoVasquezBurgos

Rodrigo Velásquez Burgos
Admission 2017

 

E-Mail: rnvelasquez@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Philosophy Teacher, Universidad de Chile. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Citizenship education and immigration policies

Supervisor: Ana Luisa Muñoz

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

EugeniaVictorianoVillouta

Eugenia Victoria Harle Victoriano Villouta
Admission 2017

 

E-Mail: evictoriano@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist, Universidad de Concepción. MSc in Educational Psychology, UC

Dissertation: University policies: What access opportunities are presented to students with motor and sensory disabilities?

Supervisor: Ernesto Treviño

Research line: Higher education

 

2016

 

 

CarolinaAndreaCaffarenaBarcenilla

Carolina Andrea Caffarena Barcenilla
Admission 2016

 

E-Mail: ccaffare@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession Preschool Teacher, UC. MSc in Neuroscience and Education, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Dissertation: Inhibitory control in early childhood: The role of rewards and temper in ludic contexts

Supervisor: Cristian Rojas

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carolina_Caffarena

  

CarmeloGaliotoAlegraCarmelo Galioto Allegra 
Admission 2016
 

E-Mail: cgalioto@uc.cl

Nationality: Italian

Profession: Philosophy Teacher, University of Palermo, Italy. Master of Public Policy, University of Palermo, Italy and Universidad Deusto, Spain

Dissertation: Historic and philosophic inquiry into the concept of quality in Chilean educational policies for schools

Supervisor: Guillermo Marini

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carmelo_Galioto

     

 NataliaCarolinaHirmasMontecinosNatalia Carolina Hirmas Montecinos 
Admission 2016
 

E-Mail: nchirmas@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Occupational Therapist and BSc in Human Occupational Sciences, Universidad de Chile. Master in Cultural Studies, Universidad de Artes y Ciencias Sociales

Dissertation: How can a behavioural diagnosis be produced in an intercultural Mapuche-urban school? Tracking ontological policies through socio-technical networks

Supervisor: Claudia Matus; Elisa Loncón Co-Supervisor

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

   

ValentinaConstanzaRiberiManzurValentina Constanza Riberi Manzur 
Admission 2016 
 

E-Mail: valentina.riberi@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Economist, Master in Public Policies, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Measuring vulnerable aspects in education: Differentiating systems and their relational effects on social justice

Supervisor: Claudia Matus

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valentina_Riberi

  

SoledadVelizCordovaSoledad Veliz Córdova 
Admission 2016 
 

E-Mail: sdveliz@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist and BSc in Psychology, Universidad de Chile. MA in Children’s Book Illustration, Anglia Ruskin University and Cambridge School of Art, United Kingdom

Dissertation: Intensities around death: The emotional and affective production of album books, readers and mediators in a school context

Supervisor: Claudia Matus

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

About my work:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Soledad_Veliz

2015

 

 MilenaBenitezRestrepoMilena Benitez Restrepo
Admission 2015
 

E-Mail: mbenitez2@uc.cl

Nationality: Colombian

Profession: Psychologist, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia. MA in Education, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Dissertation: Influence of academic cultures in implementing curricular reforms in certified majors of high-quality universities in Chile and Colombia

Supervisor: Andrés Bernasconi

Research line: Higher education

 

NataliaAndreaJaraNatalia Andrea Jara Colicoy
Admission 2015 
 

E-Mail: najara1@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Biologist and Science Teacher, minored in Primary Education and BA in Education, Universidad Central. MSc in Didactics of Experimental Sciences, UC

Dissertation: Gender differences generated in the school scientific space: Tensions among power, identity and discourse

Supervisor: Claudia Matus

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

IgnacioAlfredoRamonIgnacio Alfredo Ramón Leyton Leyton
Admission 2015 
 

E-Mail: ialeyton@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Psychologist and BSc in Psychology, MA in Education, minored in Curriculum and Education Community, Universidad de Chile

Dissertation: Democratic coexistence in school and teaching practices: Which teaching practices promote a democratic school coexistence? And what variables could affect its development?

Supervisor: Marisa Meza

Research line: Foundations and purposes of education

 

 MariaFernandaMontoyaMaría Fernanda Montoya Mistretta
Admission 2015
 

E-Mail: mfmontoya@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Differential Education Teacher, UCV. MSc in Educational Psychology, UC

Dissertation: What do preschool teachers do to promote self-regulation skills and behaviours in preschool settings? An analysis of time and instructional and non-instructional activities and their relationship with performance in maths in children.

Supervisor: María Inés Susperreguy

Research line: Teaching and learning in early childhood

 

PabloCesarOjedaPablo César Ojeda Lopeda
Admission 2015 
 

E-Mail: pcojeda@uc.cl

Nationality: Colombian

Profession: Psychologist, Universidad del Valle, Colombia. MSc in Psychology, Universidad del Valle, Colombia. MA in Education, UC

Dissertation: Discourse interactions and the development of historical arguments in eleventh grade history lessons: A dialogic approach

Supervisor: Lorena Medina

Research line: School teaching and learning

  

NatalyAndreaPerezNataly Andrea Pérez Cisternas
Admission 2015 

 

E-Mail: naperez2@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: History and Social Sciences Teacher and BA in Education, Universidad Academia Humanismo Cristiano. MSc in Geography, Universidad Federal de Goiás, Brazil. MSc in Educational Sciences, UC

Dissertation: Space and body relationship in the teaching of dance

Supervisor: Claudia Matus

Research line: Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement

 

2014

 

PaulaAlejandraBarbosaPaula Alejandra Barbosa Ramos
Admission 2014 
 

E-Mail: pabarbosa@uc.cl

Nationality: Mexican

Profession: BSc in Phylosophy and Social Sciences, Universidad Jesuita de Guadalajara, Mexico. MA in Philosophical Studies, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico

Dissertation: Images of the immigrant childhood experienced by children attending nursery schools in Santiago

Supervisor: Cynthia Adlerstein

Research line: School teaching and learning

  

SebastianAlejandroCaroSebastián Alejandro Caro Landeros
Admission 2014 
 

E-Mail: sacaro@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: BA in Philosophy, Universidad de Chile. MA in Language and Classic Cultures, minored in Greek and Latin Languages, UMCE

Dissertation: Development of a comprehensive model predicting university dropout at an accredited university in Chile

Supervisor: Carlos González

Research line: Higher education

   

DanielaHerminiaRojasDaniela Herminia Rojas Bastías
Admission 2014 
 

E-Mail: dhrojas1@uc.cl

Nationality: Chilean

Profession: Mathematics and Computer Teacher. BA in Education, Universidad de Concepción

Dissertation: Reflective practices of primary education teachers when examining mathematics learning evidence of students from first to eight grade

Supervisor: Álvaro Salinas

Research line: School teaching and learning

     

Lines of Research

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The Lines of Research of the doctoral programme give account of the disciplinary and interdisciplinary diversity of the research conducted by members of the PhD in Education Programme, which provides quality training and ensures immersion in research practices.

 

Teacher training and professional development.

 

This line involves research, training and transfer in the following areas: Professional know-how, Pedagogical subject knowledge, Teaching assessment, Continuous teacher training, Teacher trainer, Initial teacher training, Professional practice, Reflections and notions of teachers, tutoring and mentoring.

 

Policies, equity and differences in education, leadership and school improvement.

 

This line consists of research development, training and transfer with two focal points. The first one focuses on the influence of the political context, the design of public policies, and school organizations in educational quality and equity, with a particular emphasis on improvement processes and leadership impact on the various school system levels. The second one focuses on contemporary theories of inclusive education, which seek to go beyond traditional sectorization of work related to school differences, and the various identity markers (gender/sexuality, race/ethnicity, social class, age, ability, etc.).

 

Higher education.

 

This line researches, shapes and develops transfer in the interaction between higher education policies and institutional strategies and actions, ranging from access perspective, teaching and learning, programmes innovation and organizational structures.

 

Foundations and purposes of education.

 

This line conducts research on the foundations and purposes of education, based on understanding the human being inhabiting this world. This intention is expressed through various approaches involved in every education effort, including the intersubjective dimension of knowledge and construction of the pedagogical space. Identifying such approaches entails the study of the following: pedagogical authority, the school’s physical and aesthetic environment, the ethical and democratic skills of teachers and students, environmental education as part of civic education, as well as school climate and violence, among others. In brief, this line aims to explore questions giving account of the applicability and relevance of strategic thinking in education regarding challenges of the 21st century.

 

School teaching and learning

 

This line develops research, training and transfer in the following areas: Discipline Literacy (Social Sciences, Language, Experimental Sciences, Mathematics), Discipline Teaching and Learning (Social Sciences, Language, Experimental Sciences, Mathematics), Transversal skills for learning, Classroom interactions and practices, Information and Communication Technologies; Multi-modality, Teaching practices, Innovation and use of technology, and Academic language.

 

Teaching and learning in early childhood.

This line researches, shapes and develops transfer in the development and learning of the foundation skills of early childhood (0 to 6 years): initial literacy (reading, writing and mathematics), executive function, self-regulation and socio-emotional development. Likewise, factors impacting them, such as social interaction, learning environments and effective pedagogical practices are studied.

 

Educational Measurement and Assessment.

 

This line generates knowledge by using several analyses approaches (quantitative, qualitative and mixed research methods) contributing to decision-making in the educational system. It deals with the development and validation of measurement tools, learning assessment, school processes analysis and assessment, educational programs implementation and impact assessment, among others.

 

Internationalization

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UC’s PhD in Education is permanently committed to participating in the production of global knowledge by means of various international initiatives.

If you are an international student and wish to study with us (as an intern or co-researcher) write us to doctoradoeducacion@uc.cl

Download the UC PhD in Education Internship Protocol (PDF) here.

Download the UC PhD in Education Protocol for Cotutelles (PDF) here.

 

Our students have participated in internships in the following universities over the last five years:

 

  • Boston College, United States
  • Political Studies Institute of Paris, France
  • Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Cork University, Ireland
  • University of Arizona, United States
  • University of Borás, Sweden
  • University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • University of California, United States
  • University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Harvard University, Massachusetts, United States
  • University of Helsinki, Finland
  • University of Hong Kong, China
  • University of Houston, Texas, United States
  • University of London, England
  • University of Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
  • University of Mälardalen, Sweden
  • University of Massachusetts, Boston, United States
  • University of Maynooth, Ireland
  • University of Michigan, United States
  • University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  • University of New York, United States
  • University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Queen’s University, Canada
  • University of Sevilla, Spain
  • University of Tubingen, Germany
  • Ohio State University, United States
  • National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico 

Our students have submitted presentations in the following international conferences, conventions, seminars, symposium over the last five years:

 

International Objective Measurement Workshop, Washington DC, United States, April 2016

ASHE 2016, Association for the Study of Higher Education, Columbus, Ohio, United States, October 2016

9th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI), Sevilla, Spain, November 2016

Summit Internacional de Educación, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, January 2016

CEAD 2016: Ethnographic Imaginings-Place, Space & Time, The International Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines Association, University of Waikato-University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, November 2016

The 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education 2016 (ICME-13), University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, July 2016

9th International Mathematics, Education and Society Conference, University of Thessaly, Greece, April 2017

Conference of the Expert Group of Methods and Evaluation of the German Psychological Society, University of Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany, September 2017

4° Congreso Interdisciplinario de Investigación en Educación (CIEE), organized by the Asociación Chilena de Investigadores en Educación, Santiago, Chile, August 2017

IV Congreso Internacional de Etnografía y Educación, Barcelona, Spain, July 2017

14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language IASCL-2017), University of Lyon, France, July 2017

XXXI Congreso ALAS Uruguay 2017, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 2017

Thirteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, United States, May 2017

Congreso Instituto Politécnico Nacional de Mexico, Mexico, September 2017

Congreso Enseñanza de las Ciencias, University of Sevilla, Spain, September 2017

Congreso Aperitivos de Otoño - Grupo de Investigación Adopciones, Infancias y Familias (AFIN), Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, December 2017

10ª edición del Congreso Internacional sobre Investigación en la Didáctica de las Ciencias, Sevilla, Spain, September 2017

Encuentro Nacional de Postgrado en Geografía, Federal University of Río Grande do Sul, Brazil, October 2017

XII Encontro Nacional de Programas de Pós-graduaçao em Geografia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 2017

SRCD Biennal Meeting Developmental Science and knowledge in the preschool year, Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, Texas, United States, April 2017

Simposio Internacional sobre Liderazgo Escolar 2017, University of Teacher Education Zug, IBB Institute for the Management and Economics of Education, Zug, Switzerland, September 2017

Tercer simposio internacional de la cátedra UNESCO para la lectura y la escritura Held at: Universidad del Bío Bío, Chile, October 2017 

World Education Leadership Simposium 2017, University of Teacher Education of Central Switzerland PHG), Zug, Switzerland, September 2017

Design Research Society (DRS) Conference, Limerick, Ireland, June 2018

Conferencia Magistral, Gobierno del Estado de Oaxaca, Ciudad de los Archivos, Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico, September 2018

European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), Bolzano, Italy, September 2018

History of Education Society Conference, Limerick, Ireland, November 2018

De/Composing Death: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 2018

Ohio State University, Psychology Department, Ohio, United States, September 2018

Colloquium Fall 2018, Ohio State University, Psychology Department, Ohio, United States, September 2018

II Congreso Internacional sobre Educación y Pobreza CIEP 2018, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Sede Villarrica, March 2018

XIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Historia de la Educación Latinoamericana, Sociedad Uruguaya de Historia la Educación, Montevideo, Uruguay, February 2018

Primer Congreso Nacional de Historia de la Educación, Lima, Peru, February 2018

XVII Congreso Nacional y XI Congreso Internacional de Investigadores en Educación, INVEDUC 2018, Osorno, Chile, January 2018

VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Pedagogía “la innovación y el futuro de la educación para un mundo plural”, Autonomous University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2018

VI Congreso Internacional de Etnografía, University of Antioquía, Colombia, July 2018

II Congreso Internacional ALES, Nuevas Direcciones en la Investigación sobre Escritura, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, October 2018

VIII Congreso Internacional EDUTIC, Universidad Cayetano Heredia, Peru, November 2018

Congreso AARE, Sidney, Australia, December 2018

Congreso Internacional sobre la formación y la Profession docente CRIFPE-OEI-Redfforma, Santiago, Chile, October 2018

VIII Congreso Internacional sobre Formación de Profesores de Ciencias, Bogotá, Colombia, October 2018

VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Pedagogía, Argentina, August 2018

Congreso Internacional sobre la Formación y la Profession docente, Santiago, Chile, October 2018

European Congress of Educational Research ECER, Bolzano, Italy, September 2018

I Encuentro de Experiencias y Proyecciones sobre la Lectura y la Escritura en la Educación Superior, Grupo de Investigación en Lenguaje, Cultura y Educación (GILCE), con el apoyo del Departamento de Humanidades y el Vicerrectorado de Investigación de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru (PUCP), November 2018

X Encuentro Internacional de Educación Especial y Psicopedagogía. Informe Warnock: Lecciones Aprendidas… 40 años después. Talca, Chile, October 2018

IV Encuentro Iberoamericano de Investigación en Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales: Los Aportes de la Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales, de la Historia y de la Geografía a la Formación de la Ciudadanía en los Contextos Iberoamericanos, Bariloche, Argentina, November 2018

Primer Festival Internacional del Juego ¡Juguemos Más!, Spain Cultural Center, Santiago, Chile, September 2018

III Bienal Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Infancias y Juventudes, Manizales, Colombia, August 2018

Annual Meeting American Political Science Association, Boston, United States, August 2018

Center for International Higher Education Seminar, Boston College, Massachusetts, United States, October 2018

International Symposium of routes towards sustainability: cultures and local practices of sustainability: intersecting multiple footprints and the environmental humanities, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago and Villarrica, December 2018

Simposio Internacional Pensar los Afectos. FLACSO Núcleo estudios sociales intimidad, afectos y emociones, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2018

II Coloquio Internacional Red Estudios Latinoamericanos Deleuze y Guattari: luchas minoritarias y Research lines de fuga en América Latina, Valparaíso, Chile, October 2019

VII Coloquio Latinoamericano de Biopolítica, Diálogos entre espacio, cuerpo y política en la enseñanza de la danza, Universidad Santiago de Chile, September 2019

American Educational Research Association, AERA 2019, Toronto, Canada, April 2019

Comparative & International Education Society Conference, CIES 2019, San Francisco, United States, April 2019

Philosophy of Education Society Conference, Richmond, United States, March 2019

Academy for Design Innovation Management Conference, London, United Kingdom, June 2019

Conference EARLY / JURE, Germany, August 2019

Conference Astronomy in Education: Bridging Research & Practice, Munich, Germany, September 2019

2nd Conference of the Consortium of the Research Project Academic Professions in Knowledge Societies (APIKS), University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany, August 2019

II Conferencia Latinoamericana de Analítica del Aprendizaje, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile, March, 2019

13th Conference of the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), Italy, September 2019

Twelfth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum at Museo de la Inmigración in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 2019

X Congreso Iberoamericano de Educación Científica, Uruguay, March 2019

Latin American Studies Association Congress - LASA, Massachusetts, United States, May 2019

V Congreso de Migraciones 2019. Fronteras, exclusiones y movilidades, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, September 2019

The 24th Biennial Congress of the International Research Society for Children's Literature (IRSCL), Stockholm, Sweden, August 2019

III Congreso Latinoamericano de Teoría Social, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 2019

I Congreso Internacional de Ciencias Humanas: Humanidades entre pasado y futuro, Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 2019

Congress Silence and Silencing in Children´s Literature. International Research for Children´s Literature, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2019

XIII Encontro Nacional da Associação de Pós-graduação em Geografia (ENANPEGE), Sao Paulo, Brazil, September 2019

XIV Jornadas Nacionales de Historia de las Mujeres. IX Congreso Iberoamericano de Estudios de Género, National University of Mar del Plata, Argentina, July 2019

Asia Leadership Roundtable, Guilin, China, March 2019

International Meeting of the Psychometric Society (IMPS), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile, July 2019

63rd Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), CIES 2019, San Francisco, United States, April 2019

Seminario Internacional Globalización y Política Educativa, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile, June 2019

International Meeting of the Psychometric Society (IMPS), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile, July 2019

Seminario de Física y Pedagogía, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile, May 2019

X SIGET – Simposio Internacional de Estudios sobre Géneros Textuales: Géneros textuales/ discursivos, prácticas del lenguaje y voces del sur en diálogo, National University of Córdoba, Argentina, September 2019

American Educational Research Association, AERA 2020, San Francisco, United States, April 2020

The 41st Ethnography in Education Forum University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States, February 2020

Seminario Interdisciplinario sobre Dis-capacidad, Autonomous University of Mexico City (UACM), March 2020

Open vs. closed science: Scientific communication and communication channel, Workshop, Núcleo milenio “Experiencias de los estudiantes de la educación superior” Internacional, Germany-Chile, March 2020

 

The following visiting professors have been part of the evaluating committees of our thesis researchers over the last five years:

  

  • Kath Browne, Maynooth University, Ireland
  • Mirta Castedo, National University of La Plata, Argentina
  • Enrique Correa, University of Sherbrooke, Canada
  • Amy Crosson, University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Paul De Boeck, Ohio State University, United States
  • John DeFlaminis, University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Ángel Díaz-Barriga, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • Ezekiel Dixon-Roman, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Stella Flores, New York University, United States
  • Mauricio García, University of St. Louis, Belgium
  • Philip Hallinger, Mahidol University, Thailand
  • Catherine Horn, University of Houston, United States
  • Michael Johanek, University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Néstor Kaercher, Universidad Federal de Río Grande del Sur, Brazil
  • Nick Kelly, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Selma Leitão, Universidad Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
  • Theresa Lillis,The Open University, United Kingdom
  • Carlos Marcelo, University of Sevilla, Spain
  • Carles Monereo, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Gillian Moss, North University, Colombia
  • Bernardita Muñoz, University College London, United Kingdom
  • Mariano Narodowski, University Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina
  • María Luisa Oliveras, University of Granada, Spain
  • Lili Orland-Barak, University of Haifa, Israel
  • Joan Páges, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Josefa Perdomo, University of La Laguna, Spain
  • Ola Pilerot, University of Borås, Sweden
  • Liisa Postareff, University of Helsinski, Finland
  • Celia Rosemberg, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Ricardo Rozzi, University of North Texas, United States
  • Thomas Russell, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
  • Emilio Sánchez, University of Salamanca, Spain
  • Anita Sanyal, University of Maryland, United States
  • Sam Sellar, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
  • Myriam Southwell, National University of la Plata, Argentina
  • Rachel Spronken-Smith, University of Otago, New Zealand
  • Hugo Suárez, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • Per Sund, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Elson Szeto, The Education University of Hong Kong, China
  • Vicente Talanquer, University of Arizona, United States
  • Paola Uccelli, Harvard Graduate School of Education, United States
  • Antoni Verger, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Sara Villagra, University of Valladolid, Spain
  • Len Unsworth, Australian Catholic University, Sydney, Australia
  • David Whitebread, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Mark Wilson, University of California, United States

 

 

At our PhD program, the following double degree cotutelles have been awarded:

   

  • University René Descartes Paris 5, France, 2002
  • University of La Sorbonne, Paris 5, France, 2004
  • University René Descartes Paris 5, France, 2005
  • University Víctor Segalen Bordeaux 2, France, 2006
  • University of Rouen, France, 2007
  • University Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2, France, 2009         
  • University of Rouen, France, 2010   
  • University of Rouen, France, 2013   
  • University of Toulouse Le Mirail, France, 2013       
  • University of Toulouse Le Mirail, France, 2015  

 

Since 2009, UC PhD students have conducted 77 international cotutelles leading to double degrees in 11 countries.

 

At our PHD program the following double degree cotutelles are in process:

 
Irene Culcasi, LUMSA University, Italy