João Queirós finished his graduate studies in sociology in 2005, at the University of Porto. Since then, he has been researching and teaching within this scientific area. In 2014, he finished his PhD research, again at the University of Porto, with funding from the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. He is an integrated researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the University of Porto and collaborates with the Centre for Research and Innovation in Education of the School of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (InED). He is an adjunct professor at this same School. Since 2019, he is the Deputy National Project Manager of OECD's PIAAC (Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies). His teaching and research interests cover: social change and class transformations; social and education policies; local and regional development; community studies; and adult education.
Social change and class transformations; Social and education policies; Local and regional development; Community studies; Adult education.
Projetos (Membro de Equipa)
“‘If I had power, I would stop injustices in the world’: Photovoice’s experiences with young people from disadvantaged urban communities”
“Book Review: Bernardo Pinto da Cruz (ed.), (Des)Controlo em Luanda: Urbanismo, Polícia e Lazer nos Musseques do Império [(Dis)control in Luanda: Urbanism, Police and Leisure in the Musseques of the Empire]”
“Reconhecimento, Validação e Certificação de Competências: um estudo de caso num Centro Qualifica em Portugal”
Actas del X Congreso Interdisciplinar de Investigación Educativa | 2022