David Caballero Franco
Graduate in Pedagogy, with a Diploma in Social Education and a Master’s in “TIC en Educación: Análisis y diseño de procesos, recursos y prácticas formativas” [ICT in education: analysis and design of processes, resources and teaching practices] from Salamanca University, and a University Master’s in “Formación del Profesorado de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria y Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas” [Training of Teachers in Compulsory and Voluntary Secondary Education, Occupational Training and Language Teaching] from Salamanca’s Pontifical University. He is currently Associate Lecturer in the Department of Theory and History of Education at the Faculty of Education at Salamanca University. Member of the research excellence group of the regional government, the Junta, of Castilla y León, Procesos, Espacios y Prácticas Educativas [Educational Processes, Areas and Practices] (GIPEP). Member of the project EDINSOST (Education and social innovation for sustainability.
Instruction of professionals at Spanish universities as agents of change for dealing with the challenges society faces), funded by the “Programa Estatal de I+D+i Orientada a los Retos de la Sociedad” [National R&D&i Programme Targeting Society’s Challenges], and member of the project La identidad hiperconectada de la juventud y su percepción del tiempo en el ocio [The hyperconnected identity of young people and their perception of time during their leisure], CONNECT-ID, funded by the “National R&D&i Programme”. His other fields of academic and research interest are Community Development, Family Pedagogy, and Emotional Education.