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Another work meeting was held on April 28, 2023, which brought together the researchers of the RePeME project to assess the status of the of the ongoing tasks, and the next steps to be taken.

At the meeting, held online/via Zoom, information was shared and discussed about the mapping of the existing literature (scientific literature, statistical data, legislation and educational policy measures, reports and other documents produced by
schools of the first cycle and the second cycle of basic education(ISCED 1), as well as about a first version of the questionnaires to be applied at national level to school directors and teachers.

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The RePeME project participated, on April 19, 2023, in the Cycle of Debates about Education promoted by ESEL-IPLUSO - the School of Education of IPLUSO - the Polytechnic Institute of Lusofonia.

The main objective of the event was to present the applied research projects being developed in partnership with ESEL-IPLUSO, allowing a discussion with the public, made up mostly of students, on topics such as inclusion, resilience, and post-pandemic education and teaching.


The paper Post-pandemic Continuities and Changes in Basic Education (ISCED 1) in Portugal, aiming to share with an extended international audience the first findings of the RePeME project was accepted and will be presented at ECER 2023, which will take place at the University of Glasgow, from August 22 to 25.

This year, the Conference has as its framing theme The Value of Diversity in Education and Educational Research and its focus on addressing the various forms of diversity in educational research, whether conceptual, contextual or methodological.

The ECER – European Conference on Educational Research is an annual conference, sponsored by EERA – European Educational Research Association, which has been held since 1992. It is one of the largest conferences organized in Europe, serving as a meeting place for researchers on educational issues from a wide range of academic traditions and cultural backgrounds, and attracting an average of 2500 participants per year. More information about the scientific program of ECER 2023 can be found here.



The researcher, who was ranked in first place in the competition held for the attribution of one Research Fellowship, has a degree and a Master's in Psychomotor Rehabilitation from FMH - the Faculty of Human Motricity of ULISBOA - the University of Lisbon, institution where she is currently doing her PhD in Education, in the speciality of Health Education.

Margarida Santos, who has worked on several national and international research projects, including the Erasmus + PROMEHS - Promoting Mental Health at Schools and ENRETE- Enhancing Resilience Through Teacher Education projects, reinforces the team in the accomplishment of its tasks, in particular, in the theme of well-being and mental health, and the collection, analysis and reporting of quantitative and qualitative data.


Competition is open for the attribution of a Research Scholarship for a master's degree financed under the R&D project RePeME - And after the pandemic? Recovery, continuities and changes in basic education (ISCED 1) in Portugal.


The full Notice published on the EURAXESS Portal can be accessed here



The researcher Teresa Teixeira Lopo was the keynote speaker, on January 13,2023, of the Cycle of Conferences 2022/2023 of NOVAMEdS - Master in Education Studies of the NOVA University of Lisbon.

This Cycle of Conferences has the particularity of being open to the participation of teachers and other professionals of the ESCXEL Network - Network of Schools of Excellence, a partnership between eight Local Authorities, the corresponding 32 organic units of public education and the CICS.NOVA - Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences of the College of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon


In this Conference, the researcher presented the project RePeME, and based on the empirical work, still in its initial phase of development, she discussed with the participants specific aspects related to the project, such as the relevance of the plan for the recovery of learning, the digital transition, implemented measures and advantages for the collaborative work of teachers and yet specific post-pandemic actions addressed to the school community and implemented to promote well-being and mental health.

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