Working with Children and Youth for the Future
Edited By Melinda Ann Dooly Owenby
Contributors Elena Briones is a postdoctoral fellow at ERCOMER (European Re- search Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations) at Utrecht University, sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. She received her Ph.D. Europeus with distinction in the University of Salamanca and has been an Assistant Professor at Department of Social Psychology of the University of Seville and Cordoba. Her main research focus is on self regulation and psychosocial variables related to the acculturation and psychosocial adaptation in academic contexts. She has published several conference papers, chapters and articles in scientific journals (The Journal of Social Psychology, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, International Journal of Psychology, Psico- thema). Currently she collaborates on international and Spanish projects on education and social psychology, and she is member of the research group “Gender, communication systems, beliefs and education” belonging to the PAIDI (Andalusian Research Plan). Esther Collados Cardona is lead teacher in Sketching in Secondary Education and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Didactics of Music, Art and Corporal Expression at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. She has published several handbooks and teacher guidebooks on teaching methods in visual and plastic arts as well as articles related to artistic education. She is currently carrying out re- search in the history of art education in Spain, focusing on education practices as discerned through scholastic art books. Dr. Collados is a member of the SEA (International Society of Education through Art) and as an active member, she has participated in conferences in Europe...
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