Official Title: Administrator

Faculty: School of Education


Short Bio

Official Title: Coordinator of the Centre for Research in Education Email: Alejandro Salcedo Garcia is a resourceful Doctor of Education with expertise in bringing success within classrooms and school operations (mentoring and tutoring, setting school schedules, parental and community involvement ~ student-centered instruction, curriculum development and implementation, classroom management ~ instructional programming, grant writing, brainstorming), and with high success rate of teachers and administrators improving school and classroom functions, student/parent relationships, school technology, and environments that encourage continuous improvement. With over 30 years of experience as a teacher, manager and Principal in Hong Kong and Macau, together with his qualifications - Bachelor of Theology (1981) at University of Saint Thomas, Philippines;  Bachelor of Philosophy in Educational Studies (1994) at University of Hull, England; Master of Education, (1996) at University of Hull, England; Doctor of Education, (2008) at University of Saint Joseph, Macau – and experience in extensive research and publications (Teachers Stress in the Macau Workplace, Managing Complex change in School – engaging pedagogy, technology, learning and leadership, etc.), Dr. Salcedo is an experienced educational professional, working for the advancement and betterment of education through new management programs and by guiding teachers through the experience and knowledge he has. His great success in innovative programs, and learning settings, led him, in the year 2006, to be awarded the Merit Medal in Education by the Macau Government   SPECIALIZATION Ph.D. in Education (2005), University of Saint Joseph, Macau Master in Education (1995), University of Hull, UK Bachelor in Educational Philosophy (1993), University of Hull Bachelor in Theology (1981), Pontifical Institute of San Pedro Martir, Spain   POSITIONS HELD Current Member of the Macau Education Bureau Non-Tertiary Education Committee   Past Member of the Macau Education Bureau Non-Tertiary Education Committee Principal of Saint Paul School Macau (2007-2018) Member of Teachers Development Committee, Macau Education Bureau (2011-2015) Chairman, Catholic Foundation Executive committee, University of Saint Joseph in Macau (2010-2013) Chairman, Macau Diocesan School Committee (2009-2013) Principal, Rosaryhill Kindergarten and Primary school in Hong Kong (1989-1993) 


(2014) Managing Complex Change in School: Engaging pedagogy, technology, learning and leadership. Routledge. London

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