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Marta zientek attendance and paper aps warsaw 2008


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Marta zientek attendance and paper aps warsaw 2008

  1. 1. CONFERENCE PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL DILEMMAS IN CULTURALLY DIVERSIFIED SOCIETIES 24-25, September 2008, Warsaw, Poland Conference Day 1 24 September 2008 (Thursday)09.00-10.00 – registration of participants10.00-11.30 – inauguration of the conference Prof. Jerzy Nikitorowicz (Univeristy of Bialystok, Poland) Intercultural education in the process of creation of a new co-existence paradigm in the multicultural world. Krzysztof Czyżewski (The Borderland Foundation, Sejny, Poland) Culture of dialogue as the Ars Nova of XXI century.11.30-12.00 – coffee break12.00-13.30 – plenary session „Theoretical problems in Intercultural Education” Prof. Krystyna Błeszyńska (University of Warsaw, Poland) Intercultural education as a factor of development and integration in multicultural community communities. Dr. Andrey Lymar (Technological University, Moscow, Russia) Cultural aspect of integration processes in education. Dr. Shlomi Doron (Ashkelon Academic College, Israel) Korczak’s Ideas in Anthropological Perspective. Prof. Marzena Dymek-Maciejewska (Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, Warsaw, Poland) Multicultural competences – between distance and proximity.13.30-15.00 – lunch break15.00-16.30 – parallel sessions SESSION 1: LEGAL AND SOCIAL BASIS OF INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION Dr. Julita Orzelska (The University of Szczecin, Poland) The sense of solitude of peripheral man - hope or disaster? – in the philosophy of Thomas Merton. Dr. Matylda Gwoździcka-Piotrowska (School of Humanity and Journalism, Posnan, Poland)
  2. 2. Legal aspects of migration. M.A. Małgorzata Kozak (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland) Rights of children from national and ethnic minorities and foreigners in the Polish educational system. M.A. Ewa Horba, M.A. Emilia Żyłkiewicz ( University of Bialystok, Poland) Migration phenomenon in the multicultural society the Netherlands. SESSION 2: SURMOUNTING OF CULTURAL STEREOTYPES AND PREJUDICES Prof. Barbara Weigl (Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Poland) Implementing of scientific results over the ethnical prejudices. Intercultural education in cultural homogenity in Poland. Dr. Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland) Multicultural education as a development component, that mean - that is on profits of leaving a school. Dr. Ilona Nowakowska-Buryła (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland) Between stereotypes and reality – peoples cultural diversified people the view of pupils of primary school. M.A. Ekaterina Lymar (School Nr. 587, Moscow, Russia) Development of creativity skills by teenagers as a possibility of the overcoming national-cultural phobia. M.A. Marta Zientek (Jagiellonian Univeristy, Cracow, Poland) Are you a Nomad? On time, space and identity in the teaching and learning processes of adults. SESSION 3: GOOD EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL PRACTICES IN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETIES Prof. Mariusz Jędrzejko (Pedagogium, Warsaw, Poland) Educational ambitions and dilemmas of young people from national minorities in Warsaw. Chances and new types of stigmatization and discrimination. Dr. Barbara Pasamonik (Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, Warsaw, Poland) The clash of civilization and the gender conflict on the French suburbs. An educational project of the Association „Ni Putes Ni Soumises". Dr. Iwona Pugacewicz (University of Warsaw, Poland) How do Frenchmen make it? Multicultural education in high schools on chosen examples of Paris schools. M.A. Anna Musiał-Gąsiorowska (University of Szczecin, Poland) A museum as space of the multicultural education. Dr. Krystyna Najder-Stefaniak (Warsaw University of Life Science, Warsaw, Poland) Meeting and dialogue in the creativity pedagogy.16.30-16.45 - caffee break16.45-18.15 - panel discussion „Representatives of cultural minorities about Polish Educational System”20.00 – gala dinner
  3. 3. Conference Day 2 25 September 2008 (Friday)08.30-09.00 - registration of participants09.00-11.00 - plenary session „Thesis of intercultural education in the educational and social practice” Prof. Fred Bonner (Texas A&M University, the USA) Students from minorities in american schools. Prof. Rosemary Sales, Dr. Alessio D’Angelo, Dr. Magda Lopez Rodgriguez, Dr. Louise Ryan (School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, the UK) Polish Pupils in London Schools: opportunities and challenges. Prof. Hanna Malewska-Peyre (France) Teacher in work with cultural diversified pupils. Prof. Shlomo Back (Kaye Academic Collage of Education, Israel) Teachers moral identity.11.00-11.30 - coffee break11.30-13.00 - parallel sessions SESSION 4: EDUCATION OF NATIONAL, ETHNIC AND RELIGIOUS MI- NORITIES Prof. Bogusław Milerski (Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, Warsaw, Poland) Teaching on religion at school in culturally diversified societies. M.A. Katarzyna Gromadzka, M.A. Joanna Sacharczuk (University of Bialystok, Poland) The interculturalism – educational challenges and needs of children. M.A. Iga Kazimierczyk (Center For Citizenship Education/University of Warsaw, Poland) Educational needs the Jewish minority in Poland. M.A. Dorota Jaworska-Matys (University of Gdańsk, Poland) The community of Polish schools in Lithuania – education in a culturally diversified societies. M.A. Katarzyna Potoniec (University of Bialystok, Poland) World of the refugees children. SESSION 5: TRAINING OF TEACHERS IN INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION Dr. Plyska Yuriy (Warsaw University of Life Science, Warsaw, Poland) Teachers participation in the culture as a basic of his work in the multicultural society. Dr. Grażyna Olszewska–Baka (Teacher Training College, Bialystok, Poland) Integration and mobility in the European standards of pedagogical education z idea. Dr. Ewa Dąbrowa, M.A. Urszula Markowska-Manista, M.A. Anna Łagocka (Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, Warsaw, Poland) Teachers opinions on intercultural education. Dr. Małgorzata Rosalska (Adam Mickiewicz University, Posnan, Poland) Intercultural education at the universities.
  4. 4. SESSION 6: GOOD EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL PRACTICES IN MULTI- CULTURAL SOCIETIES Dr. Alicja Joanna Siegień-Matyjewicz (University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsz- tyn, Poland) Chosen methods of teaching in intercultural education prefer. Dr. Małgorzata Falkiewicz-Szult (The University of Szczecin, Poland) Introduction to the multiculturalism through teaching of foreign languages in nursery schools. M.A. Ewa Noemi Orłowska (Non-violent Communication Trainer) What to teach Johnny, so John would be able to communicate – a presentation of Nonviolent Communication in a German project for nursery schools Giraffentraum ( as an example of good educational practice in multicultural society. Dr. Elżbieta Chromiec (Lower Silesian College of Public Services, Wrocław, Poland) Informal education for the intercultural education – experience of a Polish non-profit organisation. Dr. Magdalena Kuleta-Hulboj (University of Warsaw, Poland) International young people exchange in the perspective of the intercultural education (example of Polish-Jewish youth exchange). M.A. Anna Młynarczuk (University of Bialystok, Poland) An example of possibilities of supporting refugees: Students voluntary work at the University Bialystok.13.00-14.30 - lunch break14.30-16.30 - panel discussion „Educational Needs of the Vietnamese Students”16.30-16.45 - coffee break16.45-17.45 – summarizing the conference Place of the conference: Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education 40-C Szczęśliwicka Street WarsawPatronage: