International Congress on Education and Learning 2017 2017-06-29T23:21:14+00:00

Highlighted Theme

The Hermeneutics of Art in Education

The value and contribution of artistic education to the school of hermeneutics

The hermeneutics of art belongs both to the field of the humanities and to that of education. It stands out for its distinctive epistemic configuration and its structure. It has taken shape during the last decade along with comparative epistemic readings, and in these years it has been oriented towards a direction of categories belonging to the historical-artistic discipline (in particular it moves from a comparison focused on modern and contemporary art, highlighting the differences and elements of continuity), and education.

It represents an objective analysis of the thresholds of identity that determine artistic forms and those of expression (centuries, places, generations, groups, artists, poetic works), which allow not only the reinterpretation of the primary codes (those that can be defined as ” alphabet “or” the genetic code “of culture), but to lay the foundations of a new critical horizon.

Within the framework of education and learning, this has reached a new stage, in which the pedagogical and didactic value is evident, both in schools from an early age, to university where it is most evident, and adult education. This theme represents the right place for development and critical reflections on the interpretation of artistic-educational variables.

2017 Highlighted Theme

Venue

Università delle Tre Età (UNITRE)

The Università delle Tre Età (UNITRE) is located in Milan, Italy, and offers more than a thousand courses and laboratories belonging to various fields of knowledge: art, communication, philosophy, health and well-being, letters, languages, music, ecology Economics, law, physics, mathematics, medicine, politics, psychology, religion, history, traditional sciences, computer science, art workshops, physics and sports activities, theater, dance, photo and film. The courses are taught by university professors, professionals and experts in the different disciplines and are open to all those who, although not in possession of the specific titles, wish to expand their knowledge in the different fields of knowledge and build a curriculum.

UNITRE – Università delle Tre Età  | www.unitremilano.com
Address: Via Ariberto, 11 | 20123 Milano | Italy

Plenary Speakers

Jacques Fijalkow

Prof. Jacques Fijalkow – Université de Toulouse (France)

Is it posible to efficiently teach reading and writing to all 5-to 7- year-old children?

Jacques Fijalkow is a researcher in Psychology specialized in reading and writing. He is mainly interested in emergent literacy, beginning reading and writing instruction, childrens literature and literacy education. He has always worked on an overview of the different ways to explain difficulties in reading and writing. His contributions focusses on the processes of reading and writing, the theory of cognitive clarity, invented spelling, and what teachers do to teach literacy, using qualitative research methods to the same extent as quantitative tools and working as much in research themes as in the schools. He is currently evaluating a Mexican program to promote reading for children in underprivileged areas. His major publications in this domain are Lire et raisonner (1982); Mauvais lecteurs, pourquoi (1986)?; Entrer dans l’écrit (1993); Sur la lecture (2000); L’apprentissage de la lecture (2010).

Ronald L. Jacobs, Ph.D.

Ronald L. Jacobs, Ph.D.  – University of Illinois (USA)

Understanding Knowledge Work: New Challenge for Schools and Organizations

Ronald L. Jacobs, Ph.D.  is professor of human resource development, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Ron has written over 100 journal articles and book chapters, and has authored or edited six books that address a range of topics in human resource and workforce development.  In 1994, Ron received the instructional technology research award from the American Society for Training and Development.  In 1995, the Academy of Human Resource Development honored Ron for his scholarly contributions to the human resource development field.  From 1998-2001, Ron served as editor of Human Resource Development Quarterly.  In 2013, Ron was inducted in the International Adult and Continuing Education (IACE) Hall of Fame for his scholarly contributions to workplace learning and performance.  Since 1980, Ron has been responsible for the graduate training of over 300 HRD professionals.  More than 30 of his Ph.D. graduates now teach HRD and HRM-related subjects in universities globally.  Ron has been an invited professor at numerous international universities, including the University of Utrecht, National Taiwan Normal University, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and Huazhong University in Wuhan, China.  Ron has extensive consulting experience in global organizations and government agencies.  Ron’s work on structured on-the-job training (S-OJT) has influenced national policy makers in Singapore, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Malaysia.

Profesor Marco Marinacci

Prof. Marco Marinacci – Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

Hermeneutica dell’arte: immagini, valori, identità

Marco Marinacci, architect and art historian, who trained with Flavio Caroli, a scholar who was responsible for the epistemic route of introspective line of Western art, after having taught History of Modern and Contemporary Art at several universities, assumes the teacher’s chair at the Faculty of Architecture and the School of Design at the Politecnico di Milano. While continuing direction of the master’s research, Marinacci introduces a new development of the discipline through an extension of Gadamer’s hermeneutics theories to artistic field, by detecting a series of identity thresholds, and thanks to an interdisciplinary approach that has received wide consensus by academic world. At present he is appreciated essayist and writer, editor in chief of the innovative project Tempoearte in academic communication, and promoter of a permanent observatory on the art, Centro Studi Milano ‘900, of which he is also scientific director. He supports teaching and research activity also as curator, lecturer, and scientific advice to many national and international institutions active in the protection and enhancement of the artistic heritage.

José Morillo Velarde

Prof. José Morillo-Velarde – Universidad Carlos III (Spain)

El compromiso social de la Smart University

Degree in Philosophy and Letters, Hispanic Philology section by the Universidad de Córdoba and Master in Humanistic and Social Studies by the Universitat Abat Oliba CEU. He was Academic Assistant Director of the Fundación Universitaria San Pablo CEU and is currently Professor of Documentation at Universidad Carlos III in Madrid and academic head of the REDIB project. Previously he worked as a librarian at the Universidad de Córdoba and has directed for more than eighteen years those of the Fundación Universitaria San Pablo CEU. As a professor, before his current dedication to the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid, he has taught numerous undergraduate and postgraduate courses at CEU Universities and specialization and lectures at a number of Spanish and European universities. Author of numerous articles on the new profile of the librarian and his participation in the learning process, he directed the development of the MOOCs and the blended courses in the universities CEU. He is vice-president of the ADLUG (Automation and Digital Libraries Users Group) the longest one of the associations of librarians specialized in automation and Member of the Editorial Committee of Universia: the greater university cooperation network that groups to more than 1500 universities in 23 countries of Europe and Latin America.

Keynote Speaker - Prof. Daniela Bosetto

Prof. Daniela Bosetto – Adlerian School of Psychotherapy of CRIFU (Italy)

Adlerian educational orienteering model and informed decision.

Full professor at eCampus University (Novedrate-Italy), at today, is founded and Director of Adlerian School of Psychotherapy of CRIFU- UNITRE MILANO. After to work many years at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Brescia has developed methodologies for both educational and vocational counselling both about youth issues and to reintegration into the job market and the development of entrepreneurship. Psychologist and psychotherapist as also an author of many publications about Adler, the psychological education, emotional psychology and director of the editorial board with the publisher Giuffrè Editore (Milano), Armando Editore (Roma) and more.

Keynote Speaker - Dr Rafael Cabrera

Dr. Rafael L. Cabrera Collazo – Interamerican University of Puerto Rico (USA)

Culturas visuales en tiempos líquidos: sociabilidades alternas en clave videográfica

Ph.D. in History from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. Postdoctoral studies in the universities of Oxford, in England, and in Bologna, in Italy. Associate Vice-president for Academic Affairs and Full Professor at the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico. Cabrera is dedicated to working visual semiology and the effect of mass media in everyday life.

Dr. Rafael L. Cabrera Collazo in Linkedin and Academica.edu.

Enrico Bocciolesi, PhD. – University eCampus, Ce.R.I.S.U.S (Italy)

Educación abierta y easy web. Patrones e insidias.

Invited Professor at the UNED of Spain (Madrid), a member of the International Research Group 125 – Professional development: teaching, educative and intercultural innovation and design of media at UNED. Professor and Pedagogical referee at the University of Guadalajara (Mexico), past Professor for the University of Extremadura (Spain) and a member of the Doctoral School in Reading competencies, have worked also at the International University of Andalucia (Spain) and at the Federal University of Grande Dourados (Brazil) in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair. International Book Doctor in Science and Scripture. Scientific Director of the International Community of Education and Learning. Professor of Education at the University eCampus (Italy), delegate of the Rector for Internationalization of the Faculty of Psychology, President and Director of IELIT-EduLiteracy Institute and CoDirector of the International Center for Research on Human and Social Sciences (Ce.R.I.S.U.S.) in CLACSO Network. He is a pioneer in the CHAEA in Italy and is part of the Scientific Committee for International and World Congresses. Speaker at World Learning Styles and international conferences in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Hong Kong, Peru, Canada, Spain and Italy Congress. Link : https://about.me/enricobocciolesi

Scholarships

Silvia Sánchez-Serrano

Silvia Sánchez-Serrano
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Spain

Pedro Daniel Martínez Sierra

Pedro Daniel Martínez
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico

María Álvarez-Rementería
Universidad del País Vasco
Spain

Juan Pablo Albadán Vargas

Juan Pablo Albadán
Universidad Distrital Francisco José Caldas
Colombia

Fan Yang

Fan Yang
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
People’s Republic of China/Spain

Dora Magaly Garcia Ibarra

Dora Magaly Garcia Ibarra
Universidad Surcolombiana
Colombia

Alejandro Quintas Hijós

Alejandro Quintas Hijós
Universidad de Zaragoza
Spain

Lucía Torres Simón

Lucía Torres Simón
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Spain

Julio César Tovar-Gálvez

 Julio César Tovar-Gálvez
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Colombia/Germany

Jiangjiao Yang

Jiangjiao Yang
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
People’s Republic of China/Spain

Juan José Mejías Abad

Juan José Mejías Abad
Universidad de Zaragoza
Spain

Rosa Mayra Llerena Guevara

Rosa Mayra Llerena
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Spain

Zully Cuellar López

Zully Cuellar López
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Colombia/Spain

Andrea Velázquez Muñoz

Andrea Velázquez Muñoz
Universidad de Chile
Chile

Maria Fernanda Ortiz Garcia

Maria Fernanda Ortiz Garcia
Universidad de Valencia
Spain

Highlighted Events

Pre acreditación del congreso

Pre accreditation & cocktail

Day: Tuesday, June 13.
Time: 18:30 – 20:00.
Place: Patio (Main building).

Apertura del congreso

Congress opening

Day: Wednesday, June 14.
Time: 09:15 – 09:45.
Place: Theater building.

Show y cóctel

Show and cocktail

Day: Thursday, June 15.
Hour: 17:15 – 18:00.
Local: Theater building.

Pre acreditación del congreso

Closing of the congress

Day: Friday, June 16.
Hours: 17:25 – 17:55.
Place: Room 16 (Main building).

Programa del congreso

Download program

Gallery

Activities in Milan

Catedral Milán

Milan Cathedral

The Cathedral of Milan, better known as Duomo, is a huge Gothic cathedral that is located in the heart of the city. With 157 meters in length, 11,700 square meters and space for more than 40,000 people, the Milan Duomo is one of the largest Catholic cathedrals in the world.  The terrace of the upper part of the cathedral occupies practically the whole surface of the roof and offers the possibility to walk on the heights while contemplating the beautiful views of the city.

La última cena

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

The Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci (Cenacolo Vinciano) is one of the most famous paintings in the world. The original mural, created between 1495 and 1497, can still be seen in its first location, the wall of the dining room of the former convent of the Dominicans of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Leonardo’s Last Supper is an enormous 460-centimeter-high 880-wide painting, made with tempera and oil on a plaster preparation, instead of the common fresco technique. In order to see the painting it is necessary to reserve the tickets well in advance. Photographs are not allowed.

Castillo Sfornisco

Sfornisco Castle

Sforzesco Castle (Castello Sforzesco) was built as a fortress during the 14th century and is one of the most emblematic monuments of Milan. Today it houses some of the best museums in the city: Museum of Ancient Art, Pinacoteca, Egyptian Museum, Museum of Prehistory and Protohistory, Museum of Decorative Arts and Furniture Museum. If you are not interested in visiting the museums, we recommend that you get to know the extensive central courtyard of the castle that is open to the public for free.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

The Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, also known as “The Milan Salon”, is a shopping gallery designed in the 19th century where you can find, in addition to pleasant restaurants with terrace, the most elegant shops in the city such as Prada, Gucci or Louis Vuitton as well as smaller, less well-known shops. The building, constructed between 1865 and 1877, is formed by two perpendicular arcades covered by a glass and iron vault. On the ceiling of the central vault of the gallery there is an extraordinary mosaic representing the continents of Asia, Africa, Europe and America.

Piazza Gae Aulenti

Piazza Gae Aulenti

Opened on December 8, 2012 and dedicated to the famous Italian architect, Piazza Gae Aulenti is the epicenter of the most modern area of ​​Milan. Crossing between the historic center and the financial districts, Gae Aulenti Square and the buildings surrounding it are the result of the rehabilitation project of the neighborhoods of Garibaldi, Isola and Varesine.  At nightfall a show of water, light and sound begins, and the Solar Tree is activated, a system of led lights that uses solar energy to illuminate the square. To enjoy the best views of the city, you can climb to the top of the highest tower of the Unicredit building.

Cementerio Monumental de Milán

Monumental Cemetery of Milan

With a land of more than 250,000 square meters, the cemetery contains a wide range of Italian sculptures, Greek temples, obelisks, and even a small-scale version of Trajan’s Column. More than a cemetery, it is an open-air museum that shows impressive works from the 19th century to the present day. The Monumental Cemetery of Milan is one of the most spectacular visits that can be made in the city.

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