António Carmo

Biographical note

António Carmo, was born in Portalegre, Portugal, he is a Vocational Teacher, developed her own lifelong academic training at the same time as her professional activity concluded is PHD in Education – Intergenerational Collaboration Project – “Meeting between Generations in The Classroom” (2010/2017), Collaborating Researcher at CeiED – The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development (CeiED) – Universidade Lusófona (2010/2019)”.

PHD in Education – Intergennerational Collaboration Project – “Meeting between Generations in The Classroom” (2010/2017).

Pós-Graduate: ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) Instituto Piaget – Almada (2006), PHD in Education – Intergenerational Collaboration Project “Meeting Between Generations in the Classroom” Institute of Education – Universidade Lusófona (2011-2017).

Training in Service: Group 430 – Economics and Accounting (2006), Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences Rating (Institute of Education – University of Lisbon  (2007-2008). 

Has a degree of Graduate – Organization and Management (Financial Management) Degree carried out after working regime, Universidade Moderna (1995-2000).

Boarding member PESEL- Platform for Social Studies on Aging and Longevity, Universidade Lusófona (2018).

Collaborating Researcher at CeiED – Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development (2010/2019).

Professional (Vocational) School Bento de Jesus Caraça (2000/2019) Seixal, Lisboa e Barreiro Teacher and Coordinator, Director CEF – Cursos de Educação e Formação (Courses of Education and Training) and Courses and Mediator EFA – Educação e Formação de Adultos (Adult Education and Training) courses. 

2013/2014 and 2011/2012 Institute of Education – University of Lisbon – Teacher / Master in Teaching School of Accounting and Economics – Teaching Unit “Didactic of Accounting”. 

Adult teacher in ICT and Didactics, Training Centers.

Areas of academic and scientific interest

Intergergeracioinal learning. The young perception about intergenerational work;

Intergenerationality – Classroom research: Joining generations in order to maintain / activate the memory of the oldest and contribute to life experience of content for curriculum development classes, contributing to the principle of Active Ageing;

Joining generations connecting life experience of knowledge in vocational training at the secondary level, contributing to curriculum development. How can drive and support the relationships between the generations.