Pedro Cordeiro

Adjunct of education and culture


Pedro Miguel Cordeiro concluded the European PhD in, from the Interuniversity Doctorate in Psychology Specialty in Psychology of Education, with a scholarship from the Foundation from Science and Technology. He was an invited assistant professor at both the FPCEUC and at the Catholic University of Portugal, and currently holds the position of adjunct of education and culture at the Municipality of Leiria. He collaborates in the Integrated Masters and Doctoral programmes of the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Coimbra. He authored several scientific research publications in national international impact-factor peer reviewed journals, book chapters and conference proceedings. He developed the SAPIE project at the Bright Times Association, now implemented at more than 100 schools nationwide. He developed the MIPE and the T.E.A.M transference of knowledge models, which he has piloted for the past 3 years, as head of investigation, team coordinator and consultant, respectively, at the Integrated Plan to Combat School Failure - City Council of Leiria, and at the EMISE team - City Council of Ponte de Sôr, respectively. He supervised integrated master thesis in Psychology. He integrated the focal group of specialists of the DGEEC, framed within the national strategy to fight early school leaving, and provided national and international lectures, seminars, and presentations, invited by the university of Leuven, the Psychological Order of Portuguese Psychologists, and the Intermunicipal Community of the Region of Leiria. He is a certified trainer at the Directorate-General for Education of the Portuguese Ministry of Education and Science. He holds the title of specialist in Psychology of Education and Career Guidance from the Psychological Order of Portuguese Psychologists~.
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