Phd at the University of Seville, graduated from the University of Granada and graduated in Educational Sciences from the University of Seville, CEU San Pablo. He combine his teaching work, both in the public school and at the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville), with research duties. Fco Javier is specialist in active methodologies and evaluation.
He is passionate about the dissemination of everything related to physical education and the value it has for the integral formation of people. Founder and CEO of The Value of PE (https://elvalordelaeducacionfisica.com). Organizer of different conferences such as Gamification in PE or assessment in PE. Winner of the Andalusian COLEF award for the best Innovative Professional Practice.
Doctor of Education (1998). Lecturer at the faculty of Education, Segovia (University of Valladolid). He is author and/or coordinator of 20 books, 35 book chapters, 160 scientific articles and 150 communications in scientific and professional congres. Coordinator of the Network of Formative Evaluation in Education. Lines of research: -Formative and shared evaluation in Physical Education; Formative and shared evaluation in education; the formative and shared evaluation of Higher Education; Physical Education Teaching; Research-Action and Ongoing Teacher Training; Physical Education in the Rural School.
Dr. José Carlos Fernández is a tenured professor of Physical Activity and Health at the University of Málaga. Bachelor's in Physical Education, master's in Education and master in Methods and resources in educational research and innovation. His doctoral thesis received in the year 2000 the prize in Biomedical Sciences and Sports Performance from the Andalusian Institute of Sport and he also adds five other awards for his research. He has been Head of the Researching in Sport Sciences group since 2001 and has been involved in more than 20 national and international research studies and has belonged to several large research consortia. He has also given classes in Masters and PhDs having directed 12 doctoral theses. He has directed the Laboratory of Body Composition and Human Motricity at the University of Malaga and he is the Principal Editor of the Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte, listed on the Web of Science. Evaluator, since 2015, in the CNEAI (national commission for the assessment of research activity) and since 2016 as expert in the Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture (European Commission) in the framework of the Erasmus + Sport programme. Currently he has published more than 70 papers and has been a reviewer for high impact publications such as Nutrients, Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Applied Sciences, Journal of Clinical Medicine or International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Actually, he has index h = 12; 15 papers in Q1 and more than 500 citations in the last five years
Jorge Rodriguez is an international IB PE teacher currently living and working in Saudi Arabia. He has been teaching physical education for 15 years, 13 years in the United States, and 2 years in Saudi Arabia. Jorge graduated from the University of Houston, where he ran track for 4 years, and earned his M.Ed. from the American College of Education. He has presented all around the US and internationally and virtually and enjoyed sharing new ideas and learning from others. Jorge has also hosted a physical education podcast for the past 5 years, The Global PhysEd Podcast, where he has talked to educators around the world about their perspectives and practices. Jorge is passionate about physical education and how we can improve the profession together.