Dr. Rocío García Carrión, a CREA researcher, obtains a Marie Curie Action to carry out a project that will advance in the scientific contributions done by the RTD INCLUD-ED project


Dr. Rocío García Carrión, researcher at CREA and assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at the International University of Catalonia, has obtained a Marie Curie Action (Intra-European Fellowships) to carry out a postdoctoral research in the University of Cambridge. The Marie Curie Action belongs to the Research Fellowship Programme from the Research and Innovation Area of the European Commission, a high competitive call which will be available to finance around 614 projects out of the 2938 that have passed all evaluation thresholds. For two years Dr. García Carrión will work with Dr. Linda Hargreaves, professor of the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, who will carried out the project “Children ‘s personal epistemologías: capitalizing children and families knowledge in schools towards effective learning and teaching (ChiPE)”. Advancing in the research of the successful educational actions identified and analyzed by the integrated project INCLUD-ED (6th Framwork Programme, coordinated by CREA), ChiPE aims to research on how children’s personal epistemology develops in dialogic learning environments where families are involved, and how teachers are creating a better epistemic climate. This Marie Curie Action will make a step forward in educational research and contribute with new scientific knowledge that will have an impact in the learning and teaching process, social cohesion and children’s personal development.

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