Centro Universitario Don Bosco

Laura Camas Garrido

Formación

Doctora en Educación, Facultad de Educación, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Máster en Investigación Educativa (Facultad de Educación, Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Máster en Psicología de la Educación (Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Sevilla).

Graduada en Educación Primaria (Facultad de Educación, Universidad de Sevilla).

Experiencia profesional

En el Centro Universitario Don Bosco (2022-actualidad) es profesora de Historia de la Educación en distintos grados y dobles grados. Es también tutora de prácticas y de trabajos de fin de máster. En la Universidad de Nebrija (2022-actualidad) es profesora de las materias Teoría de la Educación y Sociedad, Política y Escuela que imparte en diversos grados y en el Máster de Formación del Profesorado de Educación Secundaria y Formación Profesional.

Es presidenta de la Doctoral and Early Career Network (DEC) de la World Education Research Association (WERA). Responsable del seguimiento del impacto de la revista Bordón de la Sociedad Española de Pedagogía.

Ha sido consultora educativa para Google CCL (a través de Michael Page) revisando contenidos digitales de juegos infantiles, apps, libros y vídeos en español como parte del programa "Teacher Approved" de Google Play y Google Kids Space. Consultora educativa para UNICEF, la ONG Ashoka, IKEA y para la Industria del Juguete de Europa (TIE).

Ha diseñado materiales educativos para el Área de Promoción de la Salud de los Servicios Sociales de la Universidad de Sevilla.

Publicaciones:

Camas-Garrido, L. (2022). Bringing the Origins of Playgrounds into the Current Debate: Jane Addams and the Kitchens of Socializing Democracy. Edited volume on Women in Pragmatism, ed. Nuria Miras-Boronat & Chiara Ambrosio. (Springer), pp.173-186. ISSN 2523-8760.
Camas-Garrido, L., Martín-Ondarza, P., y Sánchez-Serrano, S. (2022). Game Over? Perceptions of Children's and Adolescents' Play and Leisure during the COVID-19 Lockdown. International Journal of Play, 11 (2). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/21594937.2022.2101278.
Camas-Garrido, L. (2021). Jane Addams and the Socialized Education on the Pleasure Ground. Invited by the editors. European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, 13(2), 1-14. DOI: https://doi.org/10.4000/ejpap.2622.
Camas-Garrido, L., Valero Moya, A. y Vendrell-Morancho, M. (2021). The Teacher-Student Relationship in the use of Social Network Sites for Educational Purpose. New Approaches in Educational Research, 10(1), 137-156. DOI: https://doi.org/10.7821/naer.2021.1.591.
Camas-Garrido, L.. & Jover, G. (2019). Play, Creativity, and Participation in Childhood. Invited by the editors.Edited volume on Ludicidad & Creatividad, ed. Carlos Torrado Loi. (Universidad de la Republica-Uruguay), pp. 43-56. ISBN: 978-9974-0-1677-4.
Valero, A., Vendrell, M., & Camas-Garrido, L. (2019). The Educational Use of Social Networks Sites: a Bibliometric Analysis. Digital Education Review, 37, 304-322. ISSN-e 2013-9144.
Camas-Garrido, L.. Children’s Play and Democratic Culture. International Journal of Play, 7(3), 308-321. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/21594937.2018.1532707.
Camas-Garrido, L., Valero, A., & Vendrell, M. (2018). “Hacking memes”: Democratic Culture, Social Media and Education. Espiral- Cuadernos del Profesorado, 11(23), 120-129. ISSN-e 1988-7701.

Comunicaciones en congresos y eventos:

Invitadas:

“Children Raid Hull-House Playground”: Socializing Life in the Kitchens of Democracy. Philosophy and Education Colloquium at Teachers College, Colombia University (New York, United States). June 2022.
“Jane Addams and the Digital Playground”. Athene Noctua Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain). September 2021.
“Jane Addams and Education in its Social Engagement Dimension at the Turn of the Century XX”. Civic Culture and Educational Policies Research Group, Faculty of Education, Complutense University of Madrid (Madrid, Spain). June 2021.
“The Democratic Meaning of Children's Play”. CLIP Seminary, Faculty of Education, Uppsala Universitet (Uppsala, Sweeden). October 2018.
“Juego, Educación y Democracia”. Open lecture for the Catholic University of Uruguay (online). June 2021.

Congresos:

Camas-Garrido, L. “Socilizing Democracy in the Playground: Encompassing Aesthetic Experience and Cosmopolitism in Jane Addams’ Early Works”. European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Yereván, Armenia, September 2022.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Exploring the Material Culture of the Playground Movement in the Late Nineteenth Century: Jane Addams and the Hull-House Playground”. The International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE). Milan, Italy. September 2022.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Playing at the ‘Art of Living’: Cosmopolitanism and Democracy in the Works of Jane Addams in the early 20th Century”. International Congress on Theory of Education. Madrid, Spain. November 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Sympathetic Understanding and Lateral Progress: Two Conceptual Coordinates for Democracy Jane Addams’ works”. Graduate Researchers' Network at International Conference of Educational Theory. Madrid, Spain. November 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Playing the Game of Democracy”: A Comparison between George Herbert Mead's and Jane Addams' Ideas on Children's Play. European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Geneva, Italy. September 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Do we need Digital Playgrounds?” European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Geneva, Italy. September 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Contribution of Jane Addams to the Playground Movement: the Case of Hull-House”. World Educational Research Association Focal Meeting (WERA). Santiago de Compostela, Spain. June 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Aesthetic Experience and Social Pedagogy: An Introductory Study to the Philosophy of Education of Neva Leona Boyd”. World Educational Research Association Focal Meeting. (WERA). Santiago de Compostela, Spain. June 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Value of Children's Play for the Acquisition of Active Social Change-making Skills”. (Paper presentation with co-author Martín-Ondarza, P., Sánchez-Serrano, S.). 28TH ICCP World Play Conference. Madrid, Spain. June 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Children's Play and the Socialization of Democracy in Jane Addams' Works (1893-1914)”. Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA).Virtual, United States. April 2021.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Educational Meaning of Children’s Play: A Comparative Study of the Philosophy of Education of Jane Addams and Nel Noddings”. (Paper presentation with co-author García, A). Women in Pragmatism International Conference. Barcelona, Spain. February 2020.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Democracy and Social Ethics: The Contribution of Jane Addams to Education.” International Seminar for the Promotion of Ethics and Civic Culture in the Class. Civic Culture and Educational Policies Research Group. Madrid, Spain. January 2020.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Mapping Social Network Sites in the Educational Scenarios: a Literature Review”. (Paper presentation with co-author Valero Moya, A. y Vendrell-Morancho, M.). European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Hamburg, Germany. September 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Democratic Meaning of Children's Play: A Study of Play Spaces and Creativity from Children's Voices”. (Paper presentation with co-author Martín-Ondarza, P., Sánchez-Serrano, S.). European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Hamburg, Germany. September 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Play, Lateral Progress and Democracy: a Theoretical Approach to Jane Addams' Philosophy of Education”. IX International Congress on Philosophy of Education (CITE). Seville, Spain. September 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Finding the Gap: a Study on the Use of Social Network Sites for Educational Purposes”. (Paper presentation with co-author Valero Moya, A. y Vendrell-Morancho, M.). World Educational Research Association Focal meeting (WERA). Tokyo, Japan. August 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Children’s Play as a Place of Construction of a Creative Democracy: a Proposal from Jane Addams and John Dewey”. The philosophy at Play Conference. The Czech Republic Academy of Sciences. Prague, Chez Republic. July 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Contribution of Children's Play to the Acquisition of Conflict Resolution Skills”. (Paper presentation with co-author Martín-Ondarza, P., Sánchez-Serrano, S.). 26th International Conference on Learning. Belfast, United Kingdom. July 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Acquisition and Development of Cooperation Skills through Children’s Play”. (Paper presentation with co-author Martín-Ondarza, P., Sánchez-Serrano, S.). 26th International Conference on Learning. Belfast, United Kingdom. July 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Pedagogical Implications of the Democratic Meaning of Children's Play”. Emerging Educational Research Summer School. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Brno, Chez Republic. June 2019
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Socialization of Democracy in Childhood: an Approach to Modern ideas about Children's Play from the Readings of Jane Addams (1893-1914)”. Doctoral Research Conference. Madrid, Spain. May 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Jane Addams and the Women of the Hull-House: Feminism, Ethical Cooperativism and Education”. XIII Gender and Education Conference. Interdisciplinary Seminar on Gender and Education. Madrid, Spain. March 2019.
Camas-Garrido, L. “Time and Space in Childhood: Balancing Children’s Right to Play and To Be Educated”. European Conference on Educational Research. European Educational Research Association (EERA). Bolzano, Italy. September 2018.
Camas-Garrido, L. “The Heritage and Architecture of Children's Play in Outdoor Play Spaces”. 6th International Congress of Educational Sciences and Development (ICESD). Setubal, Portugal. June 2018.

Líneas de investigación

  • Teoría de la educación.
  • Filosofía de la Educación.
  • Historia de la Filosofía de la Educación.
  • Historia de los Estados Unidos.
  • Género/equidad.
  • Sentido de pertenencia.
  • Educación moral.
  • Movimientos sociales.
  • Pragmatismo.
  • El juego infantil.
  • Percepción infantil y juvenil.
  • Espacios digitales.

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