Programme of the Conference

13th October 2013 (Sunday)

Arrival of conference participants. Accommodation in “Mercure” Hotel (Motelowa 21, Cieszyn) and  "Academicus” Hotel (Paderewskiego 6, Cieszyn) or other.

19.00   Dinner (“Mercure” Hotel, Motelowa 21, Cieszyn)

14th October 2013 (Monday)

Conference hall (Bielska 62, Cieszyn)

8.00-9.00                             Registration of Participants (Bielska 62, Cieszyn)

9.00 - 9.25                            Welcoming remarks

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

Prof. UŚ dr hab. Zenon GAJDZICA  - Dean of the Faculty of Ethnology and Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Prof. UŚ dr hab. Ewa OGRODZKA-MAZUR – Vice-Dean for Science and International Co-operation of the Faculty of Ethnology and Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Jarmara TOMÁŠ, doc. Mgr., Ph.D. - Dean of the Pedagogical Faculty, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Diana SVOBODOVÁ, doc. PhDr., Ph.D. Vice-Dean for Science, Research, Artistic Activities and Foreign Affairs, Pedagogical Faculty, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

doc. Ing. Pavel TULEJA, Ph.D. – Dean of the School of Business Administration in Karvina, Silesian University in Opava

prof. Ing. Daniel STAVÁREK, Ph.D. - Vice-dean for International Co-operation of the School of Business Administration in Karvina, Silesian University in Opava

Prof. UŚ dr hab. Urszula SZUŚCIK - Director of the Institute of Sciences of Education, University of Silesia, Poland

Prof. zw. dr hab. 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

Antonio dos Reis (Portugal), Florentino Blázquez (Spain), Sixto Cubo (Spain)

How Should we Teach, in the School of the Future?

10.10-10-35

Natalia Morze (Ukraine)

Developing the Information Educational Environment of the University as a Catalyst Forming IT-Competencies of Teachers

10.35 - 11.00

Hanna Gulińska (Poland)

IT as a Manner of Developing Scientific Thinking

   

11.00 - 11.30

Coffee break

   

11.30 – 14.00

Session 1 (Chair: Jana Kapounova)

11.30 - 11.45

Pavel Kapoun, Jana Kapounová  (Czech Republic)

Mind Maps in eLearning Course Development

11.45 - 12.00

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

Evaluation of the Students Knowledge with Using Rapid E-Learning Tools

12.00 - 12.15

Oksana Strutynska (Ukraine)

Formation and Development of Distance Learning Competences of the Future Information Science Teachers

12.15 - 12.30

Irena Pulak, Małgorzata Wieczorek-Tomaszewska (Poland)

Information Literacy Training in Higher Education as an Introduction to Lifelong Learning. The Needs of the Curriculum Reform

12.30 - 12.45

Milena Janáková (Czech Republic)

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

12.45 - 13.00

Mícheál Ó Dúill  (Great Britain, Bulgaria)

Distance or Proximal Learning: Medium Matters

13.00 - 13.15

Grzegorz Krzyśko (Poland)

SCENT – the Future of E-Learning?

13.15 - 13.30

Anna Ślósarz (Poland)

Attitudes of Future Teachers Towards E-learning – Instrumental Case Study

13.30 - 13.45

Kateřina Kostolányová  (Czech Republic)

Personalised Education Theory

13.45 – 14.00

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)

E-Learning & Lifelong Learning

   

14.00 – 15.00

Lunch

15.00 – 16.15

Excursion to Cieszyn Town Hall and Museum of Cieszyn Silesia

16.15 - 16.30

Coffee break

   

16.30 - 18.15

Session  II. (Chair Hanna Gulińska)

 
 

16.30 - 17.00

Prudencia Gutiérrez-Esteban (Spain), Piotr Mikiewicz (Poland)

How do I Learn?. A Case Study of Lifelong Learning of European Young

17.00 - 17.15

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

Designing and Building of Interactive Content for Distance Education

17.15 - 17.30

Jan Veřmiřovský  (Czech Republic)

The Importance of Visualisation in Education.

17.30 - 17.45

Jerzy Kuck, Danuta Kaźmierczak (Poland)

E-learning for Distance Developing of Skills and Knowledge

17.45 - 18.00

Małgorzata Bartoszewicz (Poland)

Key Competences in Chemistry Teaching Using Blended-Learning Method

18.00 - 18.15

Agnieszka Heba (Poland), Jana Kapounová (Czech Republic), Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)

Theoretical Conception and Some Practical Results of the Development of Mathematical Competences With Use of Elearning

   

19.30 – 23.00

Conference Dinner ("Dworek Cieszyński" Restaurant, Przykopa 14, Cieszyn)

   

 

15 th October 2013 (Tuesday)

(Conference Hall, Cieszyn, Bielska 62)

09.00 – 11.30

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

09.00 – 09.15

Agnieszka Gadomska, Jarosław Krajka (Poland)

E-Academy of the Future- 3 Years Later. Preliminary Evaluation of the Project

09.15 – 09.30

Miroslav Hrubý (Czech Republic)

Electronic Questions with the Increased Value for Feedback

09.30 – 09.45

Ryszard Kalamarz (Poland)

Living and Learning: Blending Key Competences With Foreign Language Learning

09.45 – 10.00

Umryk Mariia  (Ukraine)

Using Active E-Learning to Accommodate the Net Generation of Learners

10.00 – 10.15

Lukáš Najbrt  (Czech Republic)

Expert System for Categorization of Museum Visitors

10.15 – 10.30

Wojciech Malec (Poland)

Implementing Language Assessment Principles in an Online Testing System

10.30 – 10.45

Natalia Kuzmina, Oksana Strutynska (Ukraine)

Automated Working Place of Future Teachers of Economics in Distance Learning

10.45 – 11.00

Tomasz Huk  (Poland)

Educational Aspects of the Use of Mobile Phones in Upper Secondary School

11.00 – 11.15

Elżbieta Danuta Lesiak-Bielawska  (Poland)

Exploring the Impact of Two Differing Blended Learning Procedures on Teaching English for Specific Purposes

11.15 – 11.30

Barbara Dębska, Agnieszka Kubacka (Poland)

E-Learning in Education of People From IT Department

   

09.00 – 11.30

Session IIbI (Chair Anna Porczyńska) (hall 19)

   

09.00 – 09.15

Jolanta Szulc (Poland)

Interactive Environments and Emerging Technologies for E-Learning According to International Standards

09.15 – 09.30

Renata Stefańska-Klar (Poland)

Problematic Internet Experiences and Its E-learning Implications

09.30 – 09.45

Jolanta Krzyżewska (Poland)

Fields for/of Creativity In Distance Learning

09.45 – 10.00

Adam Adamski (Poland)

The Role of the Mechanism of Imitation and Social Competence In Education and in E-Learning

10.00 – 10.15

Wojciech Zuziak (Poland)

Designing and Programming Robots in Contemporary Didactics in Polish Schools

10.15 – 10.30

 

Hanne-Lore Bobáková, Janusz  Karpeta (Czech Republic)

The Evaluation of the Quality of Teaching a Foreign Language When Applying E-Learning

10.30 – 10.45

 

Dominika Goltz-Wasiucionek, Agnieszka Wierzbicka  (Poland)

The Influence of Sensory Perceptions of Blended Learning Language Course Participants on the Acquisition of English

10.45 – 11.00

Elżbieta Moryń-Kucharczyk, Dorota Morawska-Walasek, Tomasz A. Walasek (Poland)

An Attempt to Apply the SERVQUAL Method to Evaluate the Quality of an E-Course

11.00 – 11.15

Jana Hejtmánková (Czech Republic)

Multimedia Course in Czech: Level A2

   

 

Session IIIc. Participation in remote mode with papers publication

1.

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

2.

Vasyl Efymenko (Ukraine)

Using Computer Mathematics Systems in The Learning Process of Computer Mathematics at Pedagogical University via Distance Learning

3.

Andrea Kubalíková, Jana Trabalíková (Slovak Republic)

Some Examples of Using E-Learning for Improving Students’ Key Competencies in Initial Teacher Training (ITT)

4.

Michał Jasieński (Poland)

Constructing E-Learning Tools From Heuristic Methods: Multiple Whys, Circle of Analogies and Stepwise Convergence

5.

Sergey Onishchenko (Ukraine)

Methods of Training of Programming for Future Information Science Teachers via Distance Learning

6.

Andrey Tsaregorodtsev, Alexander Karasik (Russian Federation)

The Using of Mobile Applications in E‑learning

7.

Yurii Tryus, Oksana Yatsko (Ukraine)

Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Computer Course “Information Technology” for Blended Learning of Future Economists

8.

Tatiana Pidhorna (Ukraine)
Virtual Chemical Laboratory via Distance Learning

11.30 - 12.00

 Coffee break

12.00 - 14.00

Workshop, e-round table debate, videoconference "The School of the Future”conducted by Professor Antonio Dos Reis, Graal Institute (Portugal), Tuesday 15th October 2013, Conference Hall.

 

Participants:
Prof. Pedro Veiga (Vice-Rector of Lisbon University, Portugal),
Prof. Norbert Pachler (Interim Pro-director: Teaching, Quality and Learning Innovation at the Institute of Education, University of London),
Prof. David Richardson (Leaneus University, Sweden, Distance Teaching Coordinator),
Prof. Prudencia Gutiérrez-Esteban (Assistant Director at Virtual Campus at the University of Extremadura, Spain),
Prof. João Duque (Dean of Economy and Business Administration Faculty, Lisbon University),
Prof. Theo Hug (Professor at the Faculty of Education, Coordinator of the interfacultary media forum Innsbruck Media Studies, Innsbruck University, Austria),
Prof. Stefan Bedin (Wezupport CEO, Sweden),
Prof. Xabier Basogain (Bask Country Engineers University, Multimedia Department Coordinator, Spain)

Topics
1. Identifying what is the “called school of the future (Keynote speaker Prof. Pedro Veiga)
2. Synchronous and asynchronous teaching, presence and distance learning. Traditional class. Good practices to be suggested. (Keynote speaker Prof. David Richardson)
3. Lifelong Learning, formal, non-formal, informal learning  (Keynote speaker Prof. João Duque)
4. What you should suggest to improve the quality of the school of the future.“Are Moocs (massive open online courses), OER (Open Educational Resources); University OCW initiatives (Open Courseware) and related activities, just fashions activities or a new way of teaching and learning in the school of the future?”. (Keynote speaker Prof. Theo Hug)
5. What has been done in your university (Prof. David Richardson, Prof. Prudencia Gutiérrez-Esteban)
6. Discussion in presence and remote mode
7. Conclusions – presented by Prof. Xabier Basogain

14.00 15.00

Lunch (Restaurant, “Academicus Hotel”, Paderewskiego 6, Cieszyn)

   

15.00-16.45

Session for the teachers, conducted by MA Agnieszka Heba (Poland) (Conference hall)

15.00-15.15

Elżbieta Bowdur (Poland)

Competent e-teacher

15.15-15.30

Agnieszka Heba (Poland)

The E-teacher Certificate - experiences / reflections of the examiner

15.30-15.45

Agnieszka Herma (Poland)

The learner's brain as the teacher's place of work - how to use the principles of neurodidactics in effective teaching of Mathematics with the use of IWB

15.45-16.00

Danuta Morańska (Poland)

Teaching in the XXI century

16.00-16.15

Tomasz Huk (Poland)

The advantages and disadvantages of the use of electronic handbooks in primary education

16.15-16.30

Renata Stefańska-Klar (Poland)

Internet as a Place of Children's and Adolescents' Creative and Self-help Activity. The Case of "Pisarz-Onliniak" Web-site.

16.30 - 16.45

Beata Pośpiech (Poland)

Moodle Quizzes as one of the ways of revising Maths before Matura Examination

16.45 – 17.00

Wojciech Zuziak, Justyna Migdał (Poland)

The Robotics Lab. The robot's not so black as he's painted

   

15.00-16.00

Workshop 2 : “Distance learning for foreign language education support innovative proposals and solutions”, conducted by Ryszard Kalamarz (Poland), hall 19

17.00 – 17.15

Closing remarks and recapitulation

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