Education makes man ethical - Będlewo 2005
On 19-21 May 2005, the Department of Foreign Languages organized the 4th International Scientific and Educational Conference: "Education makes man ethical”, in Będlewo.
Secretary: Urszula Mińska-Marciniak
1. Ethics in teaching and learning.
2. A model for teaching/learning foreign languages.
3. New technologies in teaching.
4. Intercultural education.
5. Didactic materials.
6. National and international programs.
7. Quality of education - organization and methods.
8. The place and role of a student in education.
9. Multiculturalism and its language.
Deadline for submitting application forms and paper titles: 31.03.2005
Deadline for submitting application forms: 31.03.2005
Deadline for submitting complete paper: 31.04.2005
Deadline for submitting confirmed registration and payment: 31.04.2005
The text size should not exceed 10 pages with the following requirements: Times New Roman - font size 12.
Please attach a disk containing the paper in Word format.
Presentation of the paper should not exceed 20 minutes.
490 PLN - three-day stay
100 PLN – one-day stay, materials, meals
Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. 02 1090 1362 0000 0000 3601 7895 VI Oddział w Poznaniu
12.00-13.30 - Registration
14.00-15.00 - Lunch
15.15-15.30 - Conference opening
15.30-16.15 - Ethics in education
16.15-16.30 - Coffee
16.30-17.15 - Dealing with changing demands in language education
17.15-18.00 - Ethics in the profession of an academic teacher
18.00-18.30 - CLIP: a multifunctional web-based CALL solution
19.00- Dinner by the bonfire
8.30-9.30 - Breakfast
10.00-10.45 - Ethical Ideas from Greek Education
10.45-11.45 – The role of good habits in shaping attitudes in the academic community
11.45-12.00 - Coffee
12.00-13.45 - Discussion panel
14.00-15.30 - Lunch
15.30-17.25 - Workshops
17.30-17.45 - Coffee
17.45-18.00 - Student's identity in the language education process
18.05-18.20 - Specialist English courses
18.25-18.40 - English for students with hearing impairment at the University of Warsaw
18.45-19.00 – A model for teaching and learning foreign languages in modern Europe
19.05-19.15 - Internet courses
19.20-19.35 - Linguistic auditing
20.00 - Dinner
8.30-9.30 - Breakfast
10.00-10.45 - Testing computer literacy across Europe: IT needs analysis in VENOCES
11..00-11.15 - Learner ICT preferences in the context of a vocational English distant learning course
11.20-11.35 - Cross-cultural online student cooperation
11.40-12.30 - Principled eclecticism
12.45-13.00 - Closing
13.00 - Lunch