Filipa de Sousa
De Sousa interests focus on digital media resources as educational tools. As a psychologist for over 16 years she has been developing several global educational projects involving the importance of narratives and storytelling and its archetypical patterns in social development and learning processes. It´s her present concern how these constructs are represented in the new technological tools that are being used both in formal and informal educational settings, and how they are changing our learning models particularly when it comes to of social skills and new forms of human relationship.
De Sousa is working on a PhD research project that intends to study videogames and the role of its archetypical patterns and narratives in relation to social and moral skills development among youth, by using a multiliteracy approach.
- 2008 - Certification on Teaching, Training and Pedagogical Skills – IEFP - Lisbon, Portugal
- 2000-2001 - Integrated Program of Visual Arts - Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – Lisbon, Portugal
- 1991-1996 - Master in Psychology - Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences - Lisbon, Portugal
- 2008-2012 - National Educational Program for Adult Education - Ministry of Education – Lisbon, Portugal
- 2005-2007 - Verney Municipal Art Gallery & Bookshop - Oeiras City Hall – Lisbon, Portugal
- 2001-2002 - Rehabilitation Department - Ministry of Justice - Lisbon, Portugal
- 2000-2001 - Global Education Projects Coordinator - AFS International - Lisbon, Portugal
- 1998-2000 - Educational Resources Center - Amadora City Hall – Lisbon, Portugal
- GEP – Comenius Global Education Project (2001)
- First Look – Research in Aesthetic Development (2000-2001)
- TEIA: Citizenship, Exchanges and Literacy (1999)
- Literature and Literacy (1999)
- Global Literary Expression Workshop: “Once upon a Time…” (1998)