Dr. Jorge Chávez Rojas

Professor of Educational Psychology at Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile


Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Autónoma de Barcelona University). He is currently working as assistant professor at University Andres Bello (Santiago, Chile). He is interested in topics like educational innovations, teaching and learning processes in virtual contexts, interactional classroom processes, identity trajectories of learners, among others.

 


Dr. Claudia Méndez Alarcón

Professor of Educational Psychology at Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile


Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (University of Barcelona). Master in Child Development. She is experienced in teaching and learning in early childhood education and teacher development through accompaniment in inclusive practice. Currently, she is investigating the modeling of teaching practice, the analysis of joint activity and the aid to the construction of teaching identity.

 


 


Dr. Maritza Rosas Maldonado

Professor of Educational Psychology at Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile


English teacher with a Master in Linguistics at University of Concepción and a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at the University of Liverpool. Since 2013 she has been working at University Andrés Bello, in Chile. Currently she is a part of the Research Nucleus in there. She is interested in learning and teaching English language and pre-service teacher’s development.

 


Jaime Fauré Niñoles

Ph.D. Student at Universitat de Barcelona, Spain


Educational psychologist (Chile). Worked several years in Chile with Dr. Jorge Chávez. Currently he is working as a Ph.D. student at the University of Barcelona, Spain. His thesis advisors are Dr. César Coll and Dr. Anna Engel. His thesis aim is to explore how learner identity is transformed as a consequence of the re-co-construction of subjective learning experiences.

 


Juan Pablo Barril Madrid

Research Assistant at INTEA’s Laboratory, Chile


Sociologist with a Master in Sociology and a Minor in Social Intervention (University Alberto Hurtado). He has experience in design, development and evaluation of social projects that aim to explore topics like gender equality, education, sex education, health and work. Next year, he’ll be developing my PhD project on INTEA’s lab, led by Dr. Jorge Chávez.

 


Jesús Almuna Fernández

Research Assistant at INTEA’s Laboratory, Chile


Sociologist with a bachelor’s degree on migration, integration and cultural diversity (University Andrés Bello). Also he is now studying a master’s degree in Educational Psychology at Universidad de Chile. He has participated in different evaluation projects on higher education, developing a wide range of quantitative and qualitative tools. He studies subjective experiences of Chilean natives and tutors from a sociocultural perspective. Next year, he’ll be developing his Master thesis on INTEA’s lab, led by Dr. Jorge Chávez.