Main Areas


  1. Philosophy and Theory of Education
  • Fortitude and other virtues in relation to resilience
  • The family as an agent of socialization and role of the parents in teaching-learning process
  • The habit-forming in family; principles and values embodied in education
  • Concept of education. An education for the 21st century
  • School climate, key to a quality education
  • The teacher: competencies and skills
  • The teaching-learning process
  • Learning process as basis for the learning development
  • The importance of the word in education
  • Inclusive school
  • The teacher as an integrating agent
  • Teacher’s professional ethics


  1. Literature and Literacy in Education
  • Resilience in the literary work
  • Grammar, reading and literature teaching
  • Relationship between the proper use of the language and training of the learners
  • Principles of literature teaching and examples of application in different school levels and in the University
  • Literature as source and channel of the knowledge of personal life
  • Mimesis of the person in the literary work
  • The literary canon
  • Figure of the teacher in literary education
  • The good and the beauty in literary work
  • Canon / Selection of texts


  1. Psychology in Education
  • Psychoeducational evaluation
  • Psychological intervention
  • Cognitive, social, and emotional development
  • Academic engagement
  • Learning disabilities and special educational needs
  • Exceptionality
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • School integration


  1. Research and Educational Experiences
  • Good practices regarding the fostering of resilience
  • Qualitative research in Education
  • Quantitative research in Education
  • Mixed methods in Educational research
  • Narrative and Biographical research in Education
  • Narrative as a way of understanding the world