EVIDENCE WORKSHOPS | 18 FEBRUARY 2021 | 17:15 – 18:15
PHILOSOPHER. FUNDACIÓN PROMAESTRO MANAGER. ASSOCIATED PROFESSOR FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENTE DE MADRID. PROMOTER AND MANAGER OF TRANSFILOSOFÍA, CONTEMPORARY THINKING CLUB
Schools are also organisations that create knowledge, but do not always know how to systematise or evaluate it in order to transfer it within the school itself or out to the rest of the education system. Criteria-based peer observation of educational practice for the purpose of assessing educational impact is one of the main tools available to schools to create knowledge, systematise it and assess the educational impact of their practices. This workshop will offer practical keys for the management and teaching teams to incorporate the observation of the practice in their school projects.
He has taught philiosophy for 20 years. He has taught in secondary school and A-level classrooms, directed the School of Philosophy (Madrid) for almost a decade, promoted the open, plural and inclusive study of philosophy in courses, conferences, prison culture classrooms and projects with people with intellectual disabilities. Six years ago, his passion for education led him to promote and direct the Promaestro Foundation. Since 2012, he has been an associate professor at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Complutense University.
There is no good teaching without study, which is why he has a PhD in Philosophy, writes in specialised magazines about philosophy and education, participates in conferences and seminars and has published four books: Childhood and the philosopher (2012), Manual for ignorant (2015), Human ethics (2016) and Let the Enlightenment die! (2019). He is married and the father of two daughters and one son.