Continental “Pedagogy”: Its Issues and Challenges Through the Lens of History and Philosophy (17-18/10/2016) International Symposium

Smolenice Castle, Slovakia

Symposium Programme

17th October 2016, Monday

8.00 – 9.00 Registration

9.009.30 Opening (Blanka Kudláčová & Andrej Rajský, Symposium Chairs and Simonetta Polenghi, the Member of Executive Committee of ISCHE)

9.30 – 10.30 Plenary session 1, Lecture Hall, Chair: Simonetta Polenghi

Jürgen Oelkers, University of Zurich: American Pragmatism and Continental (German) Philosophy of Education

Rafał Godoń, University of Warsaw: Reflection and Action in Philosophy of Education. Questioning Anglo-Saxon Pedagogical Tradition

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 12.00 Plenary session 2, Lecture Hall, Chair: Blanka Kudláčová

Simonetta Polenghi, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan: Academic Pedagogy in the Last Two Hundred Years: the Italian Case

Suzana Miovska-Spaseva, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje: Pedagogy as Academic Discipline between Tradition and Modernity: Case of Macedonia

12.00 – 13.30 Lunch break

13.30 – 15.00 Parallel session F1 and H1

F1, Red Lounge, Chair: Rafał Godoń

Giuseppe Mari, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan: Modernity and Pedagogy: One or Many Topics?

Zdenko Kodelja, Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana: What is Philosophy of Education?

Iryna Predborska, Khmelnitskyi National University of Ukraine: Transgression as the Key Notion of Continental Pedagogy

H1, Lecture Hall, Chair: Suzana Miovska-Spaseva

Edvard Protner, University of Maribor & Tadej Vidmar, University of Ljubljana: Pedagogy as an Academic Discipline and Study before and after the Breakup of the Former Yugoslavia

Zvonimir Komar, University of Zagreb: The Idea of Continental Pedagogy and Its Specific Emergence in Croatia

Vučina Zorić, University of Montenegro, Nikšić & Nataša Vujisić-Živković, University of Belgrade & Ksenija Domiter Protner, University of Maribor: The Relation of the Anglo-Saxon and German Pedagogical Concepts and Traditions in the Former Yugoslavia: The Case of John Dewey

15.00 – 15.30 Coffee break

15.30 – 16.30 Parallel session F2 and H2

F2, Red Lounge, Chair: Andrej Rajský

Nadežda Pelcová, Charles University, Prague: The Cosmic Dimension of Education in the Continental Tradition (Taking into Account the Czech Tradition)

Jan Hábl, University of Hradec Králové: On Being Human(e). Implications of Comenius’ Anthropology to Education

H2, Lecture Hall, Chair: Vučina Zorič

Gonzalo Jover, Complutense University Madrid: Roots and Developments of Pedagogy as an Academic Discipline in Spain

András Németh, Eotvös Loránd University, Budapest: The Educational Sciences in Hungary in the 20th Century

17.00Honeywine tasting in the company Včelco Smolenice (producer of the best honeywine in the world)

19.00

Presentation of the monograph B. Kudláčová (ed.): Pedagogické myslenie, školstvo a vzdelávanie na Slovensku v rokoch 1918 – 1945 / Educational Thinking, School System and Education in Slovakia in 1918 – 1945 (prof M. Katuninec, reviewer)

Symposium Reception

18th October 2016, Tuesday

9.00 – 10.30 Parallel session F3 and H3

F3, Red Lounge, Chair: Iryna Predborska

Andrej Rajský, Trnava University in Trnava: Uncomfortable Philosophy. Protection of Pedagogy from itself?

Lyudmyla Gorbunova, National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Odessa: Relevant Educational Strategies in the Context of Transversal Rationality

David Rybák, Charles University, Prague: Metaphysical Conditions of Modern Pedagogy

H3, Lecture Hall, Chair: Edvard Protner

Slawek Sztobryn, The University of Bielsko-Biala: Historical and Philosophical Pedagogy in Poland

Blanka Kudláčová, Trnava University in Trnava: Development and Current Status of Academic Pedagogy in Slovakia

Tomáš Kasper, Dana Kasperová, Technical University of Liberec: Exactness and Czech Pedagogy at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30 Parallel session F4 and H4

F4, Red Lounge, Chair: Andrej Rajský

Dariusz Stepkowski, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw: Ethical/Moral Instruction at School and Morality: Does School Moral Education Need Its Own Morality?

Gábor Pintes, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra: Target and Value Dimension of Pedagogical Orientation after 1989

Marek Wiesenganger, Terézia Kaššovicová, Trnava University in Trnava: Moral Education in Slovakia in 1918 – 1945: Philosophical Foundations and Pedagogical Applications

H4, Lecture Hall, Chair: Tomáš Kasper

Milan Krankus, Comenius University, Bratislava: Pavel Hečko´s Philosophy of Education and Its Place in the Slovak Pedagogy of the 19th Century

Eduard Lukáč, University of Prešov: Reflection of Ideas of Educational Reform Movement in Czechoslovakia (1918 – 1938)

Karel Rýdl, University of Pardubice: Russification of Educational Thinking in Czechoslovakia after 1948

12.30 Symposium conclusion

13.00 Lunch and discussions over coffee

Honorary Committee

Prof. Marek Šmid, Rector of Trnava University in Trnava

Prof. René Bílik, Dean of Faculty of Education Trnava University in Trnava

Prof. Milan Katuninec, Dean of Faculty of Arts Trnava University in Trnava

Prof. em. Dr. Jürgen Oelkers, University of Zurich

Prof. Simonetta Polenghi, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, member of Executive Committee of ISCHE

Programme Committee

Prof. Gonzalo Jover, Complutense University Madrid

Prof. Blanka Kudláčová, Trnava University Trnava

Prof. Giuseppe Mari, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan

Prof. Suzana Miovska, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje

Prof. Iryna Predborska, Khmelnitskyi National University Khmelnitskyi

Prof. Edvard Protner, University of Maribor

Assoc. Prof. Rafał Godoń, University of Warsaw

Assoc. Prof. Tomáš Kasper, Technical University of Liberec

Assoc. Prof. Naděžda Pelcová, Charles University Prague

Assoc. Prof. Andrej Rajský, Trnava University Trnava

This international symposium is a part of the research projects

VEGA No. 1/0263/14 Educational Thinking in Slovakia from 1918 to Present

VEGA No. 1/0557/16 Verification of Basic Orientation toward the Concept of Prosociality in Ethical Education with Regard to Developmental Stages of the Population of Lower Secondary Education

Organizing team

Dr. Naďa Bizová

Dr. Janette Gubricová

Dr. Ivana Šuhajdová

Dr. Marek Wiesenganger

Mgr. Terézia Katrincová

Mgr. Adriana Laskovičová

Formats of presentations

Keynote papers: max. 25 min.

Supplementary papers: max. 20 min.

Continental “Pedagogy”: Its Issues and Challenges Through the Lens of History and Philosophy (17-18/10/2016) International Symposium