Isabel Fernández Menor

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Santiago de Compostela (2015), Master in Learning Difficulties and Cognitive Processes from the University of Vigo (2016) and PhD in “Equity and Innovation in Education” (2020).

She teaches several subjects of the Degree in Infant and Primary Education, such as “Inclusive School and Attention to Diversity”, “Tutoring and Guidance with Families” or “New Technologies Applied to Primary Education”.

Her line of research revolves around inclusive education, specifically in the formal setting through the processes of school engagement and disengagement through participatory research methodologies. Her doctoral thesis is framed in the theme of the sense of belonging of secondary education students, factors and measures of action. Similarly, she has a contract from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness for postdoctoral training within the framework of the project “Innovation Networks for Educational and Social Inclusion”.