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Ricardo Cruz

  • Ph.D. student
  • Teacher
  • Externato Ribadouro
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Recent publications

  • A transmedia design approach to literary cartography: the case of O Ano da Morte de Ricardo Reis

    • Frias L
    • Cruz R
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  • Inglês – 12.ª Classe

    • Almeida T
    • Sousa T
    • Cruz R
    N/AReaders
    N/ACitations

Professional experience

Teacher

Externato Ribadouro

September 2016 - Present

Teacher

Colégio INED

September 2005 - August 2016(11 years)

Teacher

Externato Lumen

September 1998 - August 2005(7 years)

Education

PhD Educational Sciences (School Administration and Organization)

Universidade Catolica Portuguesa Centro Regional do Porto

September 2018 - Present

Post-Graduation in Pedagogical Inovation and Educational Change

Universidade Catolica Portuguesa Centro Regional do Porto

September 2017 - July 2018(10 months)

Communication Sciences Ms (1st year)

Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Letras

September 2009 - June 2010(9 months)

Modern Languages and Literatures, Portuguese and English

Universidade do Porto Faculdade de Letras

September 1995 - June 2004(9 years)

About

B.S. Portuguese and English Literature - University of Porto. PhD Student – Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Porto – Faculty of Education and Psychology http://about.me/RicardoCruz Ricardo Cruz is a Portuguese high school teacher with a degree in Portuguese and English Literature by the University of Porto. He has always been enthusiastic about distance education projects. He has developed an interest in collaborative learning and online learning models. He is also interested in online political communication, specially online campaigning, through web sites and social media. He has presented papers in conferences about language learning and teaching, in Lisbon and Toronto, and about political communication, in Porto and Aveiro. He is a PhD student on Educational Sciences.

Co-authors (2)