Enriqueta Nuñez

Doctor of Education Sciences; Degree in Philosophy and Educational Sciences; Diploma in Faculty of EGB; Associate Professor of the Department of Didactics and Theory of Education of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education of the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) since 2004; career officer with an experience of more than 30 years of teaching services in non-university public education at all educational levels: Infant, Primary and Secondary; The educational services developed at these levels have been related, most of the time, to the attention to diversity (students of late integration into the Spanish Educational System, students with educational support difficulties, etc.). In 2003, she obtained a Services Commission to launch an experimental program of attention to diversity: “Welcome Schools”, occupying a place in “Liaison Classroom”.


She has coordinated teaching innovation projects and participated in several European projects. She has presented several communications in different National and International Congresses related to attention to diversity and the ApS, publishing different articles on this subject. She has also collaborated in the Organization of Congresses of ApS developed in the UAM.


For several years she has been part of the courts as a member and president to judge the selective tests of access to the teaching bodies, as well as in the master’s final courts.


Current lines of research focus on leadership and social justice, service learning, attention to diversity and creativity. She is part of the teaching team that is implementing the Service-Learning in the Degree studies, as well as the Creativity for Social Justice group.