David Vilalta
“A teacher who seeks to contribute to the building of an equitable, secular public education of high quality, without segregations”

David Vilalta

Teacher. Shorter bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences. Master’s degree in Didactics of Mathematics and Sciences at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). Member of the ICE-UAB team “A Comprehensive Focus on Learning”. He has been a member of the teams “People’s Mathematical Culture” and “The Teaching and Learning of Experimental Sciences in Pre-School and Primary School”.

He was a founder and activist of the NGO Teachers for Bosnia, as well as an educator in some institutions of the Government of Catalonia’s Directorate-General for Childcare. Primary school teacher acting as homeroom teacher and physical education teacher, he has also been active in secretariat positions and as an education director. He has also been an associate professor of the Didactics of Mathematics and Experimental Sciences Department of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB).

David Vilalta has experience in the continuous training of teaching staff. From 2005 to 2017, he learned a great deal as a member of the continuous training unit of the UAB’s Institute of Education Sciences (ICE), participating in the design and implementation of such actions as the establishment of the Network of Newly Instituted Schools, the Network of Learning Schools and the plans “Innovation for Learning” and “Teachers’ Gazes”. Likewise, he has coordinated the “Course Topic” section of the journal Guix (published by Graó). He is the author of several articles on educational innovation.

David Vilalta collaborates with the Barcelona Education Consortium on the Tools for Change programme. He was on secondment at the Government of Catalonia’s Education Department for the start-up and coordination of training in the Magnet: Alliances for Educational Success programme promoted by Fundació Jaume Bofill, the Government of Catalonia’s Education Department and the Autonomous University of Barcelona’s Institute of Education Sciences (ICE). He is now retired but continues to collaborate on the Magnet programme.


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