María Antonietta Chieppa

Certificate of classical maturity, Degree in Philosophy and Master in Organization and management of educational institutions in multicultural contexts from the Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna. She has solid  teaching experience as a special educational needs teacher and as a teacher of philosophy in italian secondary schools. During these years, she has published as an author a text on philosophy for teachers and students (Philosophica. Questione e metodo, Marietti scuola- De Agostini, Milano, 2008) and she has created the didactic apparatus for the six volumes of Percorsi di Filosofia  by N. Abbagnano e G. Fornero, Pearson Italia, Milano – Torino, 2012.


She has participated in projects of territorial networks against school drop-out in the city of Bologna and in an action-research project on migrant students with disabilities that has resulted in a scientific publication. She has taught as contract professor of Didactics in the anthropological area and as Tutor Coordinator at Postgraduate School for special educational needs teachers at the “Foro Italico” University in Rome. She is currently studying the Doctoral Program in Education at the UAM, within the framework of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice, where she conducts research on migrant students with disabilities from an intersectional perspective.


Her main lines of research focus on educational inequalities as well as the transformation of educational cultures, policies and practices.