Full Professor at Institute of Education, University of Lisbon
Cecília Galvão has a background in Biology and a PhD in Education. She coordinates the PhD Programme in Sustainability science of the University of Lisbon, the PhD in Education and the Joint Master Degree in Scientific Culture and Outreach of Sciences. She also coordinates the master program on Biology and Geology teaching. She coordinates the Science Education Research Group and develops research in science education and teachers’ professional development. She was the Portuguese coordinator of FP6 PARSEL, FP7 SAILS. She was member of COST Action CA15212 Citizen Science to promote creativity, scientific literacy, and innovation throughout Europe (2016-2020). She integrates the research Unit ISAMB (Institute of environmental health of the university of Lisbon).
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education, University of Lisbon
She has a Ph.D. in Science Education from Boston University. She has been involved in research projects related with science education, health education and teachers’ professional development. She has coordinated the project PBL in Higher Education funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology. She has published and been involved in research about the integration of digital technologies in science and health teaching and learning in formal, non-formal and informal contexts.
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education at the University of Lisbon
She holds a PhD in Biology – Ecology and Biosystematics and a PhD in Science Education, both from the University of Lisbon.
Her present research is related to the development of innovative science teaching and learning strategies in formal and non-formal contexts, such as museums, science centers and research laboratories.
She has been involved in EU projects, such as HIPST and SAILS, and she coordinated several national research projects, focused on scientific literacy, ocean literacy and science education.
Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon and has large experience in initial and in-service teacher education.
She holds a PhD in Education- Didactics of Mathematics. She is the general coordinator of the masters’ courses in initial teacher education, at the University of Lisbon. She has been visiting researcher and professor in a three-year long project funded by the Brazilian CNPQ for developing multimedia resources for initial and in-service mathematics teacher education and to study the impact of the use of those materials in (prospective) teachers’ knowledge and practice, concerning inquiry-based learning in mathematics.
She has also been involved in several funded EU and national projects such as the Eramus+ Program: Project EDUCATE – “Enhancing Differentiated Instruction and Cognitive Activation in Mathematics Lessons by Supporting Teachers Learning”, and the Project REASON-Mathematical Reasoning and Teacher Training.
She is the editor in chief of the Journal Quadrante – in the area of mathematics education.
Assistant Professor at Institute of Education, University of Lisbon, Portugal (IEUL), with lot of experience in initial and in-service teacher education, and a researcher member of the Education Research and Development Unit (UIDEF) in this institute
Ana Henriques has a PhD in Mathematics Education by the University of Lisbon .Her research focuses have been on mathematical reasoning, the teaching and learning of mathematics, particularly in statistics and with technology, the knowledge and professional development of teachers, and more recently in STEM education, being author of published bibliography in Portugal and internationally.
She also has been participated in several funded Portuguese and European research projects, particularly in both Erasmus+ Programs EDUCATE – “Enhancing Differentiated Instruction and Cognitive Activation in Mathematics Lessons by Supporting Teachers Learning” and HIGH-FLIERS – “Highly Interactive Guidance Helpful For Leadership In Educationally Relevant Skills”, as well as in the TEL@FTELab – “Technology Enhanced Learning @ Future Teacher Education Lab” and in the REASON – “Mathematical Reasoning and Teacher Training” as a coordinator.
Deputy director, associated professor and researcher at the Institute of Education, University of Lisbon
She coordinates the master programme on Science Education and the master programme on Physics and Chemistry teaching.
She has a background in Chemistry and a Master in Physics. She earned her Ph.D. in Science Education.
She has been involved in EU projects named IntTT, SAILS and IRRESISTIBLE and she is the coordinator of a national research project, focused in STEM Education and funded by the national agency.
She is the representative member of the Mediterranean countries of IOSTE and she is vice-president of Portuguese Physics Society. She has published and been involved in research related with Physics and Chemistry education, inquiry based science education and its association to competences development, ICT in science teaching and preservice teachers and teachers’ professional development.