Judith Martín Lucas
Teaching Staff and Researcher in Training
Graduate in Social Education (2014) from Salamanca University, and winner of the Special Degree Prize (2015). Awarded a collaboration fellowship at the Department of Theory and History of Education (2014). Interuniversity Master in International Cooperation for Development (2015) from the universities of Salamanca, Valladolid, León and Burgos, being awarded the Special Master’s Prize (2016). She is currently writing her PhD thesis within the Doctoral Programme in Education, also at Salamanca University. Her research addresses the construction of knowledge in virtual environments and how this affects thought processes. Her line of research focuses on studying the transition from a traditional to a digital environment within educational processes, spaces and practices, and the social neuroscience of education. Since 2019, she has been a member of the editorial team for the journal Teoría de la Educación [Theory of Education].