Marcin Rojek, Ph.D, is a researcher, lecturer and teacher trainer at the University of Lodz, Faculty of Educational Studies. His research interests is learning process, especially intergenerational learning, learning in the work place and teachers’ work-related learning. He is a author of several articles on this issue and one book. He is a member of editorial board of Journal of Mixed Method Studies, and member of the Commission for the Development of Teaching Methods of the University of Lodz. He coordinates the university cooperation with employers, business, social environment and graduates. Four times he participated in the Erasmus International Pedagogical Summer Schools and was involved in the implementation of six Polish and international educational projects in Erasmus+ programme.
Joanna Leek, Ph.D, is an adjunct at the University of Lodz, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Poland. Since 2006 she works as researcher and academic teacher at University of Lodz. She is an author and co-author of papers published in international, national journals and books on the theory and practice of international education, peace education, citizenship education, functions of school curricula and programmes’. She participates in European and national funding research projects where she paid attention on how students and teachers can develop their leadership, and the empowerment of youth in and out of school activities, what are teaching practices, principles, methods in relation to teaching programmes and curricula, and what are experiences of teachers and students with their national programmes.
Petr Svoboda, Ph.D., Czech Technical University in Prague, Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies. Deputy Head of Department of Pedagogical and Sociological Studies. Assistant Professor. Teaching of informatics and information and communications technology in the field of education. Guarantor of further education of school teachers. He is an author and co-author of papers on the theory and practice of using digital technology in education and digital competences. Scientific – research activities including professional management of the research team, internal and external cooperation with other universities and professional organizations. Application of new methods and forms of education.