Programme of the Conference

14th October 2012 (Sunday)

(Hotel “Academicus”, Cieszyn)

16.00-19.00                Registration of the participants

19.00                           Dinner

15th October 2012 (Monday)

Conference hall (Bielska 62, Cieszyn)

8.00-9.00                   Registration of the participants (Bielska 62, Cieszyn)

9.00 - 9.25                  Welcoming remarks

Prof. zw. dr hab. Wiesław Banyś - Rector of the University of Silesia, Poland

Zenon Gajdzica  - Dean of the Faculty of Ethnology and Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Katarzyna Marcol – Vice-Dean for Public Relation of the Faculty of Ethnology and Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Martin Malcik  – Vice-dean for Development, Pedagogical Faculty, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Dominik Vymětal - Vice-Dean for Development and Public Relation of the School of Business Administration in Karvina , Silesian University in Opava

Peter Jusko – Vice-Dean for International Co-operation of the Faculty of Education, Matej Bel University, Slovak Republic

Urszula Szuścik - Director of the Institute of Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Halina Widła - Rector's Deputy for E-Learning, University of Silesia, Poland

9.25 - 11.00

Plenary session (Chair Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska)

9.25 - 10.10

Piet Kommers (Netherlands) – Keynote Speaker

Social Media and Web Based Communities for Educational Need

10.10-10-35

Franz Feiner (Austria)

The Vision of an Inclusive Society in the View of Parents, Teachers and Young People and the Role of ICT

10.35 - 11.00

Piotr Skubała (Poland)

E-Learning as a Modern Method of Modeling Environmental Consciousness in Postindustrial Era: the Pros and Cons

11.00 - 11.15    

Coffee break

11.15 – 13.05

Session 1 (Chair Franz Feiner)

11.15 - 11.35

Martin Malčík, Rostislav Miarka (Czech Republic)

Expert Processing of Domain Ontologies for Semantic Web

11.35 - 11.55

Eugeniusz Cieślak (Poland)

Distance Learning in Professional Military Education of the Polish Air Force Officers. Lessons Observed and Challenges Ahead

11.55 - 12.15

Marek Wrzosek  (Poland)

New Technologies in Military Education Process of National Defence University

12.15 - 12.35

Milena Janáková (Czech Republic)

Information Technology in Education Systems: are Implemented Study Activities Useful for Societal Needs?

12.35 - 12.55

Iryna Sekret (Ukraine)

Empirical Study of the E– Learning’s Impact Upon the Students’ Epistemological Beliefs

12.55-13.15

Anna Sajdak (Poland)

Educational Strategies to Enhance Learners’ Motivation in

E-Learning

13.15 – 14.15

Lunch

14.15-16.15

Session  II. (Chair Dominik Vymětal )

14.15 - 14.35

Roman Šperka, Dominik Vymětal  (Czech Republic)

Learning Objects in E-learning System Architecture

14.35 - 14.55

Zbigniew Meger  (Poland)

Collaborative Process In Science Education

14.55 - 15.15

Katarzyna Dyja, Zygmunt Kucharczyk, Dorota Morawska-Walasek, Krzysztof Szewczyk, Tomasz A. Walasek (Poland)

Application of Quality Tools in the E-learning Courses

15.15 - 15.35

Małgorzata Bartoszewicz (Poland)

Key Competences in Chemistry Teaching Using Blended-Learning Method

15.35 - 16.20

Videoconference "E-learning and social media for the disabled" conducted by Professor Antonio Dos Reis, Graal Institute (Portugal). E-round table debate

16.20 – 16.30

Coffee break

16.30-18.00

 

Workshop “New Educational Possibilities for Students and Teacher in Moodle 2.3.2+.” – Monday 15th 2012, conducted by Paweł Pawełczyk (Poland) (hall 19)

 

Workshop Development and Management of Educational Portal using CMS Drupal. New tools – Monday 15th 2012, conducted by Dawid Staniek (Poland) (hall 120)

19.00 – 23.00

Conference Dinner (Restaurant "Korbasowy Dwór")

 

 

 

16 th October 2012 (Tuesday)

(Conference Hall, Cieszyn, Bielska 62)

9.00 – 11.00

Session III (Chair Miroslav Hrubý) (Section 1: Conference hall)

9.00 - 9.20

 Petr Suchánek (Czech Republic)

The Importance of Teaching Programming in Informatics Fields and Its Support of E-Learning

9.20 - 9.40

Martin Magdin, Martin Cápay (Slovak Republic)

Experiences with Using E-Courses in Different Type of Studies

09.40 - 10.00

Marek Jakubowski, Grażyna Maciąg, Jacek Majcher (Poland)

Some Problems with Use MGL Methods in Schools

10.00 - 10.20

Miroslav Hrubý (Czech Republic)

Ethical Aspects of the Current Distance Learning

10.20-10.40

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska, Sebastian Stach, Dawid Staniek (Poland)

Some Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Educational Portal Design Based on CMS System

10.40 – 11.00

Barbara Dębska, Agnieszka Kubacka (Poland)

A Model of Formative Assessment on the Basis of the Example of E-Student Portal

09.00 – 11.00

Session III. (Chair Jacek Majcher) (Section 2: hall 19)

09.00 - 09.20

Stanisław Wszelak  (Poland)

Web-Based Training One with Methods of Distance Learning

09.20 - 09.40

Vladimir Maximov, Alexander Karasik (Russian Federation)

Application Virtualization Technology in Educational Environment Tutoring for Solving Problems of E-Learning

09.40 - 10.00

Michał Jasieński (Poland)

Rules for Constructing Online Tools which Foster Independent, Critical and Innovative Thinking 

10.00. – 10.20

Dominika Goltz-Wasiucionek (Poland)

The Use of Educational Platform in the Process of Teaching English as One of the Factors Influencing Motivation to Learn a Foreign Language

10.20. – 10.40

Marlena Plebańska (Poland)

Development of Adolescents’ Key Competencies at High School – Experience Gained During the Two Years of „E-Academy of the Future” Project Implementation.

10.40. – 11.00

Jarmila Zacharová, Lukáš Bomba  (Slovak Republic)

Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Learning in University Education

11.00 – 11.15

Coffee - break

11.00 - 13.55

Session IV. (Chair Ryszard Kalamarz) (Section 1: Conference hall)

11.15 - 11.35

Agnieszka Gadomska,  Jarosław Krajka (Poland)

Developing Social and Civic Competences as Aspects of Intercultural Communicative Competence - a Case of Use of E-Learning for Middle School Students

11.35 - 11.55

Anna Ślósarz (Poland)

Mode of Curriculum Publication and Developing Key Skills: Polish Core Curriculum with Comments and the Australian Curriculum

11.55 - 12.15

Renata Stefańska-Klar

The Use of the Internet and Well-Being and Psychosocial Adjustment of Children and Adolescents. Does Is There Something What We Really Need to Consider In E-Learning Curricula?

12.15 - 12.35

Ryszard Kalamarz (Poland)

Maximising Key Competences in Foreign Language Classes. E-learning in the Development of the Competence of Communication in Foreign Languages

12.35 - 12.55

Sébastien Ducourtioux (Poland)

E-Learning and Foreign Language Teaching: the Challenge of a New Student-Teacher Relationship

12.55 - 13.15

 

Anna Ren-Kurc, Wojciech Kowalewski, Magdalena Roszak, Barbara Kołodziejczak (Poland)

Building Digital Content for E-Learning Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Competence

13.15 – 13.35

 

Elżbieta Bowdur (Poland)

The E-teacher Certification (ECDL)

13.35 – 13.55

Anna Marcinkowska (Poland)

"Why Do Arts-based Research of Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society?"

11.15 - 12.55

Session IV. (Chair Iryna Sekret) (Section 2: hall 19)

11.15 - 11.35

 

Jolanta Szulc (Poland)

Training and Development of the Students’ key Competences Using E-learning on the Example of the E-Learning Course „The Sources of Information for the Region”

11.35 - 11.55

Natalia Morze (Ukraine)

Pedagogical aspects of cloud computing

11.55 - 12.15

Małgorzata Latoch-Zielińska, Iwona Morawska, Jarosław Krajka (Poland)

The Implementation of E-Learning in Teacher Development.

A Case Study of www.pwh.umcs.pl

12.15 - 12.35

 Ilya Sadchikov, Irina Suslova, Elena Chubarkova (Russian Federation)

Remote Expert System in the Training Process for It Students

12.35 - 12.55

Irena Pulak, Małgorzata Wieczorek-Tomaszewska (Poland)

Visual Skills in the Context of Lifelong Learning

13.55. – 14.15

The end and recapitulation conference

14.15 15.15   

Lunch

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