Competence-based multiple learning paths: on the road of implementation

María Dolores de Prada and Julia González

About Authors


 María Dolores de Prada ( is former Professor of Mathematics and Inspector of Education in Spain and Spanish centres in France, Portugal, and Andorra. Professor M. Dolores de Prada has held various high level positions in the Spanish Ministry of Education such as: Chief of Staff for Plans and Programmes; Director of Quality; Advisor to the Executive Secretary General; Chief of Staff of the Secretary General; and Member of the Spanish Sub-Committee of the ICMI (International Commission on Mathematics Instruction). She is also Member of the School Council of State. Prof. M. Dolores de Prada has taught in Masters Programmes at the University of Carlos III of Madrid and many courses to executives, managers, and teachers around the world. She has published in influential journals of Mathematics and Education and has authored 68 books on Mathematics, teacher training, evaluation of teachers, and organisation of secondary education. Prof. M. Dolores de Prada is Director of the IEPS Foundation (, a centre devoted to educational research and teachers training.


 Julia González ( is Co-coordinator of Tuning Higher Education in the World and President of Education for an Interdependent World. She is also a high-level expert and adviser at the national, European, and international level on higher education. She was Vice-Rector for International Relations at the University of Deusto, Spain (2003-2012) and has initiated and coordinated several international networks and educational and research projects such as the Thematic Network on Humanitarian Development Studies, the Erasmus Mundus Master in International Humanitarian Action, the European Doctorate on Migration, Identities, and Diversity and two Marie Curie Training networks. She was one of the initiators of the European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation and the Secretary General of the NOHA International Association of Universities. Dr. González holds a PhD from the University of Oxford (UK).


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