In the school year 2018/2019, two meetings have been scheduled in order to introduce students and teachers to the SORAPS Project.
“Marco Foscarini” High School in Venice (Fondamenta Santa Caterina, Cannaregio 4942) hosts both the meetings open to all those who are willing to participate. The first meeting took place on 12 September and the second one will be implemented on 4 December.
The agenda remains unchanged for both the days in order to let those students and teachers who have an interest in it decide when participate.
The aim of these two sessions is not only to present the entire SORAPS Project and its first outcomes in order to involve other teachers both within and outside the School, but also to share the ideas, themes and arguments which lie at the heart of the project with those students who are not (yet) directly involved in it. It is also an occasion to raise interest in Multiplication Training Activities.
Massimo Raveri from Cà Foscari University and Vincenzo Pace from Padua University give their voices to the project, talking about how religions are a renewed presence in the current times, among new medias and violence.
10.00 Welcome speech (Massimo Zane, Dirigente Convitto Marco Foscarini)
10.10 Presentation of the SORAPS Project (Giovanni Lapis, Università “Cà Foscari” di Venezia; Elena Nonveiller, liceo “Marco Foscarini”)
10.30 Religions: a renewed presence in the global space? (Vincenzo Pace, “Padua University”)
11.50 Religions and culture among history and new media (Massimo Raveri, “Cà Foscari” University of Venice)
The closure event about the TRAILER project will take place within the International Conference TEEM’13 (Salamanca, November 14-16, 2013).
November 15th, on Friday afternoon, will be devoted to the project. First, it is programmed the presentations submitted to the track “Formal and informal learning experiences in multicultural scopes”, which is devoted to identify, share and valorise best practices and experiences (including technological and methodological issues) that focused on the development of intercultural skills and competencies in education, including both formal and informal approaches.
Finally, there will a panel discussion and the main results of the project will be presented.
The First Edition of the International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM – http://teemconference.eu) will be held in the Educational Research Institute (IUCE – htttp://iuce.usal.es) at the University of Salamanca next November 15-16, 2013.
This event is aimed to create a researching community to interchange and dialogue about the multiculturality enhancement from the Knowledge Society interdisciplinary perspective. In this way, TEEM Conference in linked to the Education in Knowledge Society PhD Programme of the University of Salamanca (http://www.usal.es/webusal/node/30026).
This TEEM first edition is organised into a set of thematic tracks, each one with its own topics and call for papers:
All the tracks share the idea to go further the traditional academic conference presentations, just in order to look for the discussion and the improvement of the actual researches and future ones including the constructive feedback from the conference attendants.
Conference proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library as a volume in its International Conference Proceedings Series with ISBN.
Besides, 12 special issues will be organised to extend (60% at least) the best papers and also to make new articles as result of new collaborations among conference participants. The updated journal list may be consulted at http://teemconference.eu/special-issues.
All presentations from LINQ 2013 are now available through the conference website’s programme overview. TRAILER project was presented on the 4th parallel session with other European and International projects about “Vocational Education and Training, New Skills and Quality”. TRAILER presentation is available in the following link:
TRAILER project will be presented during the European and international conference “Learning Innovations and Quality” (LINQ 2013). It will take place in the Global Headquarters of the United Nations’ organization Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome (Italy), from 16th to 17th of May, 2013.
Antonio M. Seoane Pardo and Francisco J. García Peñalvo will be in charge of presenting the activities and outcomes of the project and discuss them with all attending experts and practitioners from Learning, Education and Training. In addition a short description of TRAILER project will be published in the LINQ proceedings (with ISBN).
More info about the conference in http://www.learning-innovations.eu