"Teaching and learning in the age of screens" is the theme of the 27th issue of the Portuguese Journal of Educational Research

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 - 16:56

The Portuguese Journal of Educational Research is launching its 27th issue, dedicated to the theme "Teaching and learning in the age of screens: re-imagining education".

"We are not from the century of inventing words: We are from the century of reinventing the words that have already been invented," said Almada Negreiros.

Issue 27 of the magazine is dedicated to this topic. "In this issue, we reflect on the invention of new processes to generate dynamism in education and human and social development," says José Matias Alves, a faculty at the Faculty of Education and Psychology (FEP) of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
For the FEP professor, "teaching and learning in these new technological contexts can be seen as an art of combining technologies, strategies, dynamics, supports, relationships and learning. In this way, we are contributing to the democratisation of access to education and to the success of education. Because universal education is a source of human freedom, dignity and relationship".

Issue 27 of the journal contains eight peer-reviewed academic articles. The articles cover the following topics:


About the Portuguese Journal of Educational Research

The Journal, published by Universidade Católica Editora, is dedicated to the study, practice and research in the field of Educational Sciences or Social and Human Sciences relevant to the field of Education. It has traditionally been published in paper format and, since 2011, in electronic format.

It is affiliated to the Research Centre for Human Development (CEDH) and co-financed by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT).