Anna holds a degree in Education Sciences from the Università degli Studi di Padova (Itàlia, 2007) and a degree in Pedagogy from the UAB (2011). She has professional experience in the field of non-formal education, especially in environmental education and in playful and expressive workshops; and as a technician in the field of education, school support and families. As a researcher, she participates in research projects on the evaluation of training, ongoing teacher training, education and work, evaluation of social programs, and participatory evaluation. She is a member of the Interdisciplinary Group of Educational Policies (GIPE). Currently, she is a student of the Interuniversity Master of Methodology in the Sciences of Behavior and Health (UNED, UAM, UCM).

Publications:

Pineda-Herrero, P., Ciraso-Calí, A. & amp; Arnau-Sabatés, L. (2017). PIAAC results on the opportunities for informal learning in the workplace in Spain. Culture and Education, 29, 151-182.

Ciraso-Calí, A., Quesada-Pallarès, C. & amp; Rebollar-Sánchez, E.M. (2017). In-service teacher training for VET institutions: the challenge of evaluation in Valencian Community (Spain). In Vocational Education and Training in Sub-Saharan Africa. Current Situation and Development (pp.158-166). Germany: Bertelsmann Verlag.

Pineda-Herrero, P., Espona-Barcons, B., Ciraso-Calí, A., Valdivia-Vizarreta, P. & amp; Quesada-Pallarès, C. (2016). Evaluation of eLearning training at the National Institute of Public Administration: results of the MEEL study . Management and Analysis of Public Policies, New Era, 15 . Available here