Position: Integrated Researcher with Doctoral Degree
BA Geography and Regional and Local Planning – 1988
BA Geography Education – 1990
Post graduation in Education: Pedagogical Supervision – 1995
MA Human Geography – 2002
PhD Geography – 2010
Pos Doctoral research CIEG ULisboa (2019) Gender Equality in the Portuguese educational system: conception, operationalisation, practices and territorialisation.
Research Group: ZOE
Research interests: Geographic Education and Initial and Teacher Training; Education for Sustainable Development; Urban Studies; Regional Geography; Gender Studies in Education
Ciência Vitae: 7C10-BFBC-8E38
Maria Helena Esteves has been a professor at the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning of the University of Lisbon since 2001. Before entering the academy she was a Geography teacher in two secondary schools and was involved in the initial teacher eduaction as a school supervisor. She is the author of about 40 scientific papers published in academic journals with peer review. He was a member of the Comenius Tissente network (2006 – 2009), was part of the “Learning Goals” project of the Ministry of Education (2010/2011) and the CHiSE Project (2013/2014). More recently, she is part of the Phoenix project (Retail-Led Urban Regeneration and the New forms of Governance) and the Gearing Roles project (Gender Equality Actions in Research Institutions to traNsform). She has participated in different national and international conferences presenting communications about the research developed, mainly in the area of Geographic Education.