Clotilde Lechuga Jiménez

Clotilde is Assistant Professor at Department of Didactics of Mathematics, Didactics of Social Sciences and Experimental Science, Faculty of Education Sciences, at the University of Malaga (Spain). Her research focuses on Social Science Education as Cultural Heritage, Gender studies, Teacher Education, EMI & Employ. Member of European Project KA203-051104 “EXPLORING EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR FOSTERING ACADEMIC TEACHING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN HE. EU_CUL” (2019-2021); National Project (I+D) HAR2016-75662-P (2016-2020); Research groups HUM-365 & PIE19-085 (Inclusive language in classrooms). Currently she coordinates Andalusian Art&Artists Encyclopedia. In 2016, she became a member of the Andalusian History Academy, so as in 2019 of Expert-Net in Cultural and Natural Heritage belonged to Andalusian Universities program PatrimoniUNI10.

Francisco Gil

Francisco is a Primary Education Teacher, holding the degree in Bilingual Primary Education, specifically in English. He has also achieved the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE-C1) according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). He is currently studying a Master’s Degree in Psychology and Pedagogy at the University of Malaga, Spain. He is interested in learning styles and more concretely in cooperative learning. He always likes to learn from others.

Eduardo Asenjo

Eduardo Asenjo Rubio (PhD) is a Professor at University of Malaga, Spain, of Art History and an Expert in Cultural Heritage. From 1999 to 2001 he has been trained in the documentation area of the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage. From 1999 to 2013 he has been technical adviser to the Provincial Delegation of the Council of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía, which has allowed him to deal with real items, problems and resolutions regarding Cultural Heritage expertise field. From 2003 to 2005 he worked as a researcher on the European Project titled ‘Patrimoines Partagés: savoir et savoir – faire appliqués au Patrimoine Architectural et Urbain des XIX-XX siècle en Mediterranee. Euromed Heritage II’, leaded by researches: Romeo Carabelli and Mercedes Vollait of University Tours (France)