Dr Alfredo Gaete is Academic Director at the Campus Villarrica of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where he teaches philosophy, educational theory, and psychology. He has conducted research and published in several areas of the social sciences and humanities, including education, epistemology, theoretical psychology, and the philosophy of mind. More recently, his research interests have centered on inclusive education, teacher education in contexts of poverty, and the school as a political and epistemological project. Dr Viviana Gómez is an Associate Professor at the Campus Villarrica of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where she teaches psychology, learning theories, and teaching. She has been conducting research on education and poverty for more than 15 years. More recently, her research interests have focused on teacher education and teacher beliefs about knowledge, learning, teaching, and poverty. She has published extensively in these fields, and has influenced the work of many educational researchers.