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Program

July 4-5, 2019
IPC – Facultés Libres de Philosophie et de Psychologie Paris, France

Thursday, 4th July


08.30Arrival and Accreditation

09.00Inaugural Address by Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga Salamanca – Rector of Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain

09.15Inaugural Keynote Paper by David Carr – University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom: The World is Too Much with Us: Apparent and Genuine Platonic Views of Intelligence and Knowledge for Education

Chairperson: Marcin Kazmierczak – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain

10.15 Discussion

10.30Coffee Break

11.00Keynotes’ Session

  1. L’Éducation ou le nécessaire architectonisme des savoirs
    Michel Boyancé – IPC, Facultés Libres de Philosophie et de Psychologie, France
  2. Philosophical Education and the Internet
    Stanisław Gałkowski and Paweł Kaźmierczak – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland
  3. El educador, amante de las metáforas
    Enrique Martínez – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain

13.15Lunch

14.45 Session 1: Literature and Educative Practice

  1. Emulación y seguimiento en Aristóteles y Scheler: Claves para una redefinición de la figura del Modelo en la práctica educativa 
    César Casimiro – Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera, Spain
  2. Affective Education Through Literary Stories
    Marcin Kazmierczak – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  3. Reflexión sobre el impacto de las palabras
    Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga Salamanca – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  4. La narrativa en el aula: el diálogo intrapersonal e interpersonal como factor de protección para la resiliencia
    María Teresa Signes – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain 

16.45Coffee Break

17.15Session 2: Intelligence, Technology and Education

  1. Technologie intelligente et déshumanisation: l’obsolescence de l’éducation
    Alberto Filipe Araújo and José Augusto Ribeiro – Universidade do Minho, Portugal 

  2. The Danger of Objectification in Human Sciences. An Educational Perspective
    Marcin Baran – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland 

  3. Quand le verbe managérial s’incarne dans les pratiques d’entreprise: étude des conséquences comportementales des théories de gestion
    Bernard Guéry – IPC, Facultés Libres de Philosophie et de Psychologie, France
  4. La narrativa, herramienta para el desarrollo de competencias en la formación directiva
    Carmen Ruiz-Viñals and Joaquín Solana Oliver – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  5. Inteligencia ejecutiva, pseudociencia y alfabetización científica
    Jaime Vilarroig, Francisco Pardo and Juan Manuel Monfort – Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera, Spain 

19.15End of the First Day of the Congress

19.45Congress’Dinner

 

Friday, 5th July


08.30Keynote Address by Kristján Kristjánsson – University of Birminghan, United Kingdom : Epiphanies and Moral Development

Chairperson: Krzysztof Biel – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland

09.30 – Discussion

09.45Round table

Subject: Basic Challenges and Opportunities of the Field of Education Nowadays

Participants: Michel Boyancé, David Carr, Stanisław Gałkowski, Paweł Kaźmierczak, Kristján Kristjánsson and Enrique Martínez

Chairperson: Marcin Kazmierczak – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain 

10.45Coffee Break

11.15Parallel Session 3A: Educating through Literature

  1. La educación de la mujer en el renacimiento español
    María Jesús Ayuso – Escuela Universitaria de Magisterio CEU de Vigo, Spain
  2. Libros, escuelas y educadores en las novelas de Charles Dickens
    Miguel Ángel Belmonte – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  3. Ejemplos literarios de fortaleza: estudio comparativo entre los factores de resiliencia de los personajes de Las crónicas de Narnia de C.S. Lewis
    Cintia Carreira – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  4. El pobre clave para una educación familiar cristina
    Jorge Martinez – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain

11.15 – Parallel Session 3BMultidimensionality of Education in the Cultural and Social Aspects: Approaches, Differences, New Challenges 

Chairperson: Jarosław Charchuła – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland 

  1. Multi-Paradigm in Early Childhood Education is the Essence of Reflection on Teaching and Learning
    Jolanta Karbowniczek – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland
  2. Play – Part of Childhood
    Maria Vargova – Catholic University of Ruzomberok, Slovakia
  3. The STEM Education in the Perception of European Teachers
    Irmina Rostek and Katarzyna Szewczuk – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland 
  4. The Problem of Nonlinear Reading in the Context of Today’s Education
    Rastislav Nemec – University of Trnava, Slovakia

  5. Models of Cooperation Between Parents and Teachers – the Challenge of Modern Education
    Kamilla Frejusz – PWTW Collegium Bobolanum, Poland
  6. Science and Technology – Enemies or Allies? Social Theory of José Ortega y Gasset Rediscovered
    Jarosław Charchuła – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland
  7. GNÓTHI SAUTON – The Human Nature as a Theme of Ancient Greek Tragedy
    Lukáš Jeník – University of Trnava, Slovakia
  8. Existence of a Lonely Child in the Face of Difficult Life and School Situations – the Essence and Complexity of the Phenomenon
    Monika Tofil – The State School of Higher Education in Chełm, Poland
  9. Professional Training of Future Higher Education Teachers in Ukraine: Educological Aspect
    Protsenko Olena – Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Ukraine
  10. Professional Development Beside Work and Family
    Agnes Engler – University of Debrecen, Hungary
  11. Impacts of Religious Socialization
    Gabriella Pusztai – University of Debrecen, Hungary 

13.15Lunch

14.45Session 4: Learning Methods and Strategies I

  1. El papel de la palabra en la construcción de la relación pedagógica
    Franciele Corti – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain 
  2. La EVALOE-SSD: una aplicación digital para mejorar la competencia comunicativa de los docentes y de sus alumnos
    Marta Gràcia, Laura Amado, Camila Domeniconi, Maria Josep Jarque, Fàtima Vega and Lia Hermida – Universitat de Barcelona and Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain 

  3. Mejora de la competencia comunicativa de docentes de escuelas diversas con una aplicación digital (EVALOE-SSD)
    Laura Amado, Marta Gràcia, Sonia Jarque, Cristina Lacerda, Mercè Pérez and Daniela Bitencourt – Universitat de Barcelona and Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain 

  4. Abordaje natural vs técnico en la educación afectivo-sexual
    Joan DA Juanola – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  5. The patterns of human behavior determined by the evolution and their cultivation in the upbringing
    Maria Potocarova – Comenius University, Slovaki

16.45Coffee Break

17.15Session 5: Learning Methods and Strategies I

  1. Teaching Problem-Solving Skills Through Language Education
    Irina Kuzmina – Course Capitole, France
  2. CLIL in Higher Education
    Agustina Lacarte – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  3. Educar en la poesía
    Marta Mitjans Puebla – Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, Spain
  4. Shaping the Key Competences of Early School Education Teachers
    Barbara Surma and Krzysztof Biel – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland
  5. Language in the Process of Reflecting on One’s Own Thinking
    Dorota Zdybel – Jesuit University Ignatianum, Poland

19.10Closing Ceremony by Michel Boyancé – Dean of IPC, Facultés Libres de Philosophie et de Psychologie, France

19.20End of the Second Day of the Congress

PS : Sous réserve d’une modification du programme 

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