Alonso Mateo Gómez

Alonso Mateo Gómez
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Faculty of Education of Albacete

PhD in Psychology

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Introduction
Alonso Mateo Gómez is PhD in Psychology by the Castilla La Mancha University, a Master degree in Education by the Spanish Distance University, speciality of school counseling, a Primary School Teacher Degree at Castilla-la Mancha University, Specializing in English and Therapeutic Education, C1 in English, C1 ​​in German, Ph.D. Master in Developmental Psychology and Education with a research on Psycholinguistics. Working since 1997 in the Nuestra Señora del Rosario School(Albacete). Tutor, and English specialist(1997-2007) and since 2007 specialist in therapeutic pedagogy. Currently working as associated professor at the Faculty of Education in Albacete, University of Castilla-La Mancha. Research interests in Educational Psychology, Psycholinguistics and International Education.

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Sars-CoV-2 suddenly spread in late December 2019, forever changing people's lives all over the world. Consistent advancements have been done, especially at the medical level, to face the virus and slow it down. At the same time, schools, universities, and educational institutions have been facing hard times since the beginning of the pandemic. Teac...
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Early adolescents’ perception of parenting styles is crucial to their present and future physical and mental well-being. The main aim of the present study was to analyze differences in parenting styles between mothers and fathers and differences on emotional state scales (anxiety, depression, and purpose in life) depending on gender, age, and famil...
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The objective of this project was to develop methodological strategies to work in the area of social sciences in an active way with secondary school students from different countries. During the 2014-2016 biennium six schools from Spain, Germany, Turkey, Poland, Romania and Portugal carried out an educational innovation project within the framework...
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Teaching effectively social sciences in secondary schools poses a challenge for teachers. Students present a high exposure to technology that influences their motivation towards school subjects. To trigger their interest in social sciences and history, teachers must use attractive methodologies. To address this educational challenge, schools from s...
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Multiculturalism as the coexistence in the same society of persons from different cultures poses a challenge to our contemporary societies. The role of education is basic to face the opportunities and potential problems of multiculturalism. In Spain educational system is decentralized, therefore, the different autonomous regions can establish laws...
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In order to develop the Key Competences in School Education, as proposed by the European Union & OCDE 2006, new teaching methods have to be implemented. The Key competences, developed by the different countries through their national educational policies are a must for teachers and school systems. Including Social and Civic Competence as one of the...
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Teaching effectively social sciences to secondary school students poses a challenge nowadays to teachers. Triggering their interest in recent history needs the use of appealing strategies. In order to face this and other educational challenges, in 2016 schools from Spain, Italy, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic and Bulgaria started an Erasmus+ associ...
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Although small children have autobiographical memories, as they grow, they forget its specific details. Although this forgetting is common in early childhood, the presence of effective cues may help recall autobiographical memories. This study examines the effect of verbal and visual cues on the long-term maintenance of a school trip autobiographic...
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The Autobiographical Memory Test (AMT) is the most commonly used tool to assess the phenomenon of overgeneral memory. The AMT has mainly been used in adult populations, but its use in preschool children is less common. The need to create an appropriate instrument to study the memory specificity in preschool years led us to develop an AMT version ad...

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