I will try to challenge the way that you look at educational issues, the world and yourself.
My management responsibilities have included:
Education Studies is a subject that allows you to understand that education is not limited to the four walls of the classroom. You will be learning about psychology, philosophy, politics, sociology and other exciting social sciences in order to be able to recognise why education is so important to undersntad (and change) our societies, ourselves and our world. The main aim of our programme is to stimulate the emergence of critical education professionals that enjoy working with other people and changing others' lives!
PhDs in Progress:
D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia, S. Naylor (2019). Conceptualising routes to employability in higher education: the case of education studies. Journal of Education and Work. 32(4), pp.407-419.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia, J. Almudarra Emotional Intelligence in Saudi Arabian Educational Supervision: between acceptance and resistance. Educationalfutures.
D. MENÉNDEZ ÁLVAREZ‑HEVIA (2018). Aproximación crítica a la Inteligencia Emocional como discurso dominante en el ámbito educativo. Revista Española de Pedagogía. 76(269),
D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia (2017). The Emotional Learning of Educators Working in Alternative Provision. Educational Studies. pp.1-16.
A. Jimenez Vivas, D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia (2017). Paths, patterns and factors that influence the entry of university graduates into the labour market. European Journal of Higher Education. 7(4), pp.388-401.
D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia (2014). Improving teacher education through action research Ming-FaiHui and David L.Grossman (Eds), 2009 New York, Routledge £25 (pbk), 188 pp. ISBN 978-0-415-89802-7. British Educational Research Journal. 40(6), pp.1083-1084.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia (2011). Living and feeling the Interactive Intersective Pedagogy in O Pelouro: a narrative study of the emotional involvement of its educators/ VIVIENDO Y SINTIENDO LA PEDAGOGÍA INTERACTIVA INTERSECTIVA EN «O PELOURO»: ESTUDIO DE UNA NARRATIVA DE LAS IMPLICACIONES EMOCIONALES DE SUS EDUCADORES. Papeles Salmantinos de Educación. pp.275-295.
AJ. Vivas, DMA. Hevia (2009). Professionalization in Universities and European Convergence. Higher Education in Europe. 34(3-4), pp.399-409.
E. Sant, DM. Alvarez-Hevia (2019). Policy and Research on Citizenship Education in the United Kingdom (1998–2018). In: Handbook of Research on Education for Participative Citizenship and Global Prosperity. IGI Global, pp.302-327.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia, E. Sant (2019). Handbook of Research on Education for Participative Citizenship and Global Prosperity. JA. Pineda-Alfonso, N. De Alba-Fernández, E. Navarro-Medina. In: Handbook of Research on Education for Participative Citizenship and Global Prosperity. IGI Global, pp.302-327.
E. Sant, A. Pais, J. McDonnell, D. Mendez Alvarez-Hevia (2017). Social Fantasy vs. Radical Democracy: two competing views of populism and how they challenge education. Y. Akbaba, B. Jeffrey. In: The Implications of ‘New Populism’ For Education. E & E Printing, pp.41-52.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia Marketization: the elephant in the university classroom. Valencia (Spain), 25/6/2019.
D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia, J. Lord, S. Naylor (2018). Being there? A Collaborative Inquiry into Attendance. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd'18). Valencia, Spain, 20/6/2018.
E. Sant, J. McDonnell, K. Pashby, D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia, S. Sellar, et al. Agonistic Controversial’ Issues As A Pedagogy For Global Citizenship Education. New York, 13/4/2018.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia, K. Zotzman (2017). Brexit and the Internationalisation of UK Universities: The Experiences of Academic Staff from EU Member States. Copenhagen, 22/8/2017.
E. Sant, J. McDonnell, D. Menendez Alvarez-Hevia, K. Pashby, C. Hanley, et al. Pedagogies Of Agonistic Democracy And Global Citizenship Education. In: http://www.eera-ecer.de/ecer-programmes/conference/22/contribution/40245/. Copenhagen, 21/8/2017.
D. Menendez Alvarez Hevia, S. Naylor, J. Bates, S. Lewis, A. Pickard (2015). Employability and The Study Of Education: Widening Notions, Challenging the Agenda And New Identities. Braga (Portugal), 6/11/2015.
DM. Alvarez-Hevia (2014). Micro-Ethnography and Fiction Narratives: Teachers' Emotionality in Alternative Education.
Building a bridge between MMU, Spanish and Latin-American research leading institutions through the participation in an international study on Education for Social Justice. RKE Research Development Grant £4K (2018 - 2019)
La democracia en las escuelas como fundamento de una educación para la Justicia Social. PI: Dr Javier Murillo (Autonomus University of Madrid). Agencia Estatal de Investigacion (Spain) €54K (2017 - 2022)
A Collaborative Inquiry into Attendance among Education Studies Students. PI. Centre for Learning and Teaching £4K (2017 - 2018)
Exploring the impact of research as pedagogy on university strategic initiatives to enhance student experience, employability and internationalisation. Co-I. PI: Dr Stephanie Daza (Manchester Met). Centre for Learning and Teaching £4K (2015 - 2016)
Employability in Education Studies: A student-lecturer collaborative enquiry. Co-I; PI: Dr. Will Curtis (University of Warwick, UK) Higher Education Academy £150K (2012 - 2014)
Vital-ICT; case study. Associate Researcher PI: Dr Peter Twining (Open University). Department for Education (Part of a national £9.4 million educational/research Programme) (2009 - 2013)
ESRI PhD Scholarship to study MRes and PhD (2010-2014)