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Alejandro Egea holds a M.A. in Ancient History and Archaeology (University of Murcia, 1998), a M.A. in Social and Cultural Anthropology (UNED, 2007), and a Ph.D. in History (University of Murcia, 2003). He previously worked as a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Ancient History of the University of Murcia thanks to a predoctoral research grant and a subsequent postdoctoral grant and contract. He has also worked as a Secondary school teacher afterwards and has collaborated as a part-time lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences Teaching (Faculty of Education, UM), where he is currently an Associate Lecturer. Alejandro Egea holds a M.A. in Ancient History and Archaeology (University of Murcia, 1998), a M.A. in Social and Cultural Anthropology (UNED, 2007), and a Ph.D. in History (University of Murcia, 2003). He previously worked as a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Ancient History of the University of Murcia thanks to a predoctoral research grant and a subsequent postdoctoral grant and contract. He has also worked as a Secondary school teacher afterwards and has collaborated as a part-time lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences Teaching (Faculty of Education, UM), where he is currently an Associate Lecturer.
-His link with the University allowed him to perform various research stays in different institutions and countries. In this way, he could complete his training as a teacher and researcher in Syria (Damascus, Aleppo), United Kingdom (London), Germany (Heidelberg, Munich, Bonn) and Italy (Rome) and to participate in an appreciable amount of International Congresses.+His link with the University allowed him to perform various research stays in different institutions and countries. In this way, he could complete his training as a teacher and researcher in Syria (Damascus, Aleppo), United Kingdom (London), Germany (Heidelberg, Munich, Bonn), Italy (Rome) and USA (University of Kentucky) and to participate in an appreciable amount of International Congresses.
His experience in both Secondary and Higher Education has allowed him to take part in various innovation projects and to develop a range of teaching materials. He currently focuses his attention mainly on innovation in teaching practice and on the introduction of heritage as a resource and archaeology as a strategy when learning History. The result of this last line of research is his last project. Its main aim was to develop resources and materials to enable the Secondary School teachers to create activities regarding the archaeological and historical methodology. His experience in both Secondary and Higher Education has allowed him to take part in various innovation projects and to develop a range of teaching materials. He currently focuses his attention mainly on innovation in teaching practice and on the introduction of heritage as a resource and archaeology as a strategy when learning History. The result of this last line of research is his last project. Its main aim was to develop resources and materials to enable the Secondary School teachers to create activities regarding the archaeological and historical methodology.
 
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