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International Congress on Education and Learning 20182018-08-06T22:03:03+00:00

Venue

Université Paris Diderot, also known as Paris 7 is one of the heirs of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris (together with Paris 6), which, founded in the mid-12th century, was one of the earliest universities established in Europe. Featuring two Nobel Prize laureates, two Fields Medal winners and two former French Ministers of Education among its faculty or former faculty, the university is famous for its teaching in science, especially in mathematics. The university also hosts many others disciplines: currently, there are 2300 educators and researchers, 1100 administrative personnel and 26,000 students studying humanities, science, and medicine. In 2012, the university completed its move in its new ultra-modern campus in the Paris Rive Gauche neighborhood.

Université Paris Diderot, also known as Paris 7 is one of the heirs of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris (together with Paris 6), which, founded in the mid-12th century, was one of the earliest universities established in Europe. Featuring two Nobel Prize laureates, two Fields Medal winners and two former French Ministers of Education among its faculty or former faculty, the university is famous for its teaching in science, especially in mathematics. The university also hosts many others disciplines: currently, there are 2300 educators and researchers, 1100 administrative personnel and 26,000 students studying humanities, science, and medicine. In 2012, the university completed its move in its new ultra-modern campus in the Paris Rive Gauche neighborhood.

www.univ-paris-diderot.fr

2018 Highlighted Theme

Smart University

The societies of our time are aware that education, training, research, innovation and entrepreneurship, the main goals of the university, are the strongest foundations of their cultural, social and economic progress, and the basis for the construction of their future. Therefore, the best that can be made to achieve prosperity is the endowment investment in education and training, which opens the doors of the future and brings greater economic, social and human benefits. The concept of Smart University, which follows the line of the more consolidated Smart City, pursues that the use of technology must be supported on two pillars: sustainability and participation. This guides to create more habitable and environmentally friendly campuses, in which the participation of university students in the teaching/learning and research processes, as well as the management and habitability of their campuses, be ruled by principles of transparency and good governance. Here are some of the dimensions of research and development for a university to become Smart University:

  • Smart People.
  • Smart Environment.
  • Smart Campus.
  • Smart Mobility.
  • Smart Economy.
  • Smart Technology.
  • Smart Energy.
  • Smart Living.
  • Smart Government.

Plenary Speakers

Dr. Gregory M. Hauser

Prof. Gregory M. Hauser, PhD – Roosevelt University (USA)

The need for meaningful ethics education in American schools

Gregory M. Hauser is a Professor in the College of Education at Roosevelt University where he teaches courses in the doctoral program in educational leadership. Previously he served as vice provost and dean of student affairs. His research interests include technology and educational leadership as well as school reform. He is a former Fulbright Scholar to Germany.

Dra. Marisol Cipagauta

Prof. Marisol Cipagauta Moyano, PhD – Corporación Universitaria UNIMINUTO (Colombia)

Evaluar la docencia, una práctica de calidad

PhD in Education, NOVA University, USA. Master in administration of educational institutions, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico and Social Communicator-journalist, UNIMINUTO, Colombia. She is currently the director of the Center for Teaching Excellence aeiou at UNIMINUTO. Teacher for undergraduate, postgraduate and continuous teacher training. Consultant in instructional design. Expert guest in events such as the International Journal of Education and Learning, Journal Semana Educación, Radio Universidad Nacional, Moodle Moot Colombia and in El Bosque University. Member of the Scientific Committee of the International Congress of Education, Learning and the International Congress of Educational Innovation and management commission 10 year National Education Plan Colombia 2016-2026. Coordinator of the National Storytelling Contest (Ministry of National Education and RCN). Speaker in education events in Greece, Argentina, Cuba, Peru, Chile, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Spain and Colombia.

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Dr. Roberto Feltrero

Prof. Roberto Feltrero Oreja, Ph.D – Instituto Superior de Formación Docente Salomé Ureña (Dominican Republic)

Innovación para el desarrollo: de la innovación educativa a la innovación social

Doctor in Philosophy and Cognitive Sciences by UNED. At the moment he is High Qualified Teacher at the Instituto Superior de Formación Docente Salomé Ureña, Dominican Republic, and associate professor at UNED, Spain. He also collaborates as an associate researcher at the Seminar on the Society of Knowledge and Cultural Diversity of UNAM, Mexico. His research and publications cover various philosophical and cognitive issues on education and outreach in science and technology and on innovation and the social appropriation of knowledge. With more than fifteen years of experience in distance education, he has given numerous training courses for postgraduate faculty as a specialist in the development of educational innovation activities. He has extensive experience in software design and software applications and is responsible for software development for functional and cultural diversity built into the HELIOX OS operating system (www.proyectoheliox.org).

Prof. José Morillo-Velarde

Prof. José Morillo-Velarde, PhD – Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

La innovación y la investigación universitaria aplicadas al desarrollo de campus y ciudades inteligentes

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.T

Alejandro Pérez-Ochoa

Alejandro Pérez-Ochoa, PhD – Director of Smart Social City (Spain)

El nuevo paradigma de la innovación y el emprendimiento en la Universidad

PhD in Biological Sciences at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He has a broad experience in the field of teaching and management at University, as well as in research in Human Evolution. Expert in the development of teams and organizations from INSEAD. Expert on Innovation and driver of the Social Innovation Parks Network in Latin America.

Erik Vittrup Christensen

Erik Vittrup Christensen – Smart Social City CEO for Latin America (Denmark)

Architect by the School of Architecture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark. Has been UN-Habitat’s representative in Mexico. Advisor in Resource Management and Local Economic Development at FUNDES International. Regional Coordinator of the Community Management Program at UNCHS (UN-Habitat) in Central America, among other positions.

Events

PRE ACREDITACIÓN Y CÓCTEL

Tuesday, July 17
Pre-accreditation and cocktail

We invite you to a cocktail party where you can start meeting other congress participants, collect their accreditation and documentation of the event and avoid the queues that can be formed on the first day.

Apertura del congreso

Wednesday, July 18
Opening Ceremonyongreso

Take part in the official opening of the Congress to be welcomed by the Université Paris Diderot and the scientific directors of the Community of Education and Learning.

Cena del congreso

Thursday, July 19
Congress Dinner

Join other members of the Congress in a pleasant dinner at the famous Grand Bouillon Camille Chartier on Racine Street, which has the most baroque style of Art Nouveau.

Cierre del congreso

Friday, July 20
Closing Ceremony

During the closing ceremony, we will announce the winner of the 3rd International Essay Award and thank the Young Researchers with a special recognition certificate. We will also announce the 2019 call for papers.

Galery

Congress Program

Programa del congreso 2018
Download the 2018 Program

Young Researchers Scholarships

Blanca Rocio

Blanca Rocio Bellón
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Spain

Cristina Cruz González

 Cristina Cruz
Universidad de Granada
Spain

Dinorah de León

 Dinorah de León
Universidad de la República
Uruguay

Lucía Fernández Terol

Lucía Fernández
Universidad de Granada
Spain

Alexandre Garcia Aguado

Alexandre Garcia
Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona
Spain

Emily Lopez

Emily Lopez
Marseille Université
France

Emily Marzin

Emily Marzin
Universidad de Guanajuato
Mexico

Alejandro Quintas Hijós

Alejandro Quintas
Universidad de Zaragoza
Spain

Lautaro Steimbreger

Lautaro Steimbreger
Universidad Nacional del Comahue
Argentina

Carmen Gloria González Órdenes

Carmen Gloria González
Universidad de Chile
Chile

Juan Carlos González Balderas

Juan Carlos González
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
Mexico

Lina Higueras Rodríguez

Lina Higueras
Universidad de Granada
Spain

Ricardo Rengifo Cruz

Ricardo Rengifo
Universidad del Valle
Colombia

Carolina Salamanca

Carolina Salamanca
Universidad de Lille
France

Jenny Esperanza Quirama Salamanca

Jenny Esperanza Quirama
UNIMINUTO
Colombia

Jennifer Urrea Hoyos

Jennifer Urrea Hoyos
Fundación Universitaria Católica Lumen Gentium
Colombia

Claudia María Fabián

Claudia María Fabián
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Mexico

Maciel Daniela Morales Aceiton

Maciel Daniela Morales 
Universidad Paris V
France

Evelina Carolina Casiello

Evelina Carolina Casiello
Universidad Maimónides
Argentina

Andrea Stefanía Sierra Bonilla

Andrea Stefanía Sierra
Universidad Nacional del Comahue
Argentina

Melissa Sánchez Castillo

Melissa Sánchez Castillo
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Mexico

José Julio Allende

José Julio Allende 
Universidad de Puebla
Mexico

Ingrid del Valle García Carreño

Ingrid del Valle
Pablo Olavide University
Spain

Tina Alejandra González Penagos

Tina Alejandra González
Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios
Colombia

Bardekc Marcela Pacheco

Bardekc Marcela Pacheco
Fundación Universitaria Católica Lumen Gentium
Colombia

III International Essay Award in Education and Learning

Winner of 2018

Capa O re-inventar da inclusão

O re-inventar da inclusão: Os desafios da diferença no processo de ensinar e aprender

Author: Sílvia Ester Orrú
ISBN: 978-85-326-5331-4
Publisher: Editora Vozes (Brazil)

Education is a fundamental right of the citizen. To safeguard this right, laws were made for students with disabilities to have access and retention in schools. In this movement it received the name of inclusion. However, despite the established laws, many students experience a pseudo inclusion, since, although they have physical access to the school, the treatment promotes the feeling of non-existent group membership. This book aims to present the concept of “minor inclusion” inspired by the readings of “Kafka, for a minor literature” by Deleuze and Guattari. Interviews were conducted with a school principal and with a teacher, as well as a conversation circle with a first-year children’s class. They also interviewed a judge and a former detainee, a Syrian immigrant, a woman with multiple sclerosis, a girl with Down syndrome and the mother of a child with autism. As a result, experiments were presented that demonstrate inclusion as part of the educational philosophy and the life of the school and social community of those involved. Finally, the minor inclusion is conceptualized as the one that occurs in the difference that is different and without the legal imposition as its motivation.

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The Author

Silvia Ester Orru

Prof. Sílvia Ester Orrú, PhD
Universidade de Brasília | Universidade Federal de Alfenas | Laboratório de Estudos e Pesquisas em Aprendizagem e Inclusão (Brazil)

Sílvia Ester Orrú, Brazilian, graduated in Pedagogy, postgraduate in Clinical and Institutional Psychopedagogy, master degree and doctorate in Education. Post-doctorate in Education from the Laboratory of Studies and Research in Teaching and Difference (LEPED) of the Faculty of Education of the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp). She is a professor at the Faculty of Education of the Universidade de Brasília (UnB). She is currently an associate professor at the Universidade Federal de Alfenas (Unifal), Campus Poços de Caldas and the Postgraduate Program in Education, in which she directs research work. With experience in the area of Education with emphasis on training for the understanding of the areas: higher education, teacher training in undergraduate courses, inclusive education, education and autism, innovative and inclusive dialogic processes, and educational management. In his career in higher education, she worked in the area of teaching, research, and management in graduate and postgraduate courses. She is the author of books, chapters, and articles in national and international newspapers. She is the coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies and Research in Learning and Inclusion (LEPAI/UnB/CNPq).

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