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The 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
«LIFELONG LEARNING: CONTINUOUS EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT»

The United Nations Educational, Scientific

and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 

 

Inter-parliamentary Assembly

of EurAsian Economic Community

Russia, Saint Petersburg  

 

The Leningrad State University

named after A.S. Pushkin

(the hosting organization of the conference)

Russia, Saint Petersburg  

 

Buryat State University

(the hosting organization of the 2nd stage of the conference)

Russia, the Republic of Buryatia, Ulan-Ude

 

UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Germany, Hamburg

 

Northwestern branch of the Russian Academy of Education

Russia, Saint Petersburg

 

National Center of UNESCO/UNEVOK in the Russian Federation

Russia,Moscow

 

Representation of the National Center of UNESCO/UNEVOK

in the Russian Federation for the Leningrad Region

Russia, Saint Petersburg

 

National Academy of Education

named after Y. Altynsarin

Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana

 

Tajik State Pedagogical University

named after S. Ayni

the Republic of Tajikistan, Dushanbe

 

Uzbek SCIENTIFIC-Research Institute

of Pedagogical Sciences named after T.N. KARY NIYAZI

Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent

 

INSTITUTE OF THEORY AND HISTORY OF PEDAGOGy

OF the RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF EDUCATION

Russia, Moscow

 

INSTITUTE OF REGIONAL ECONOMICS

OF the RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Russia, Saint-Petersburg

 

Center of UNESCO/UNEVOK at Hong Kong  Institute of Education

Hong Kong

 

 

H O L D

 

The thirteenth

International Conference

“Lifelong Learning:

Continuous Education

for Sustainable Development”

 

the first stage

May 29-31, 2015

Russia, Saint Petersburg

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the second stage

September 10-11, 2015

Russia, the Republic of Buryatia,

Ulan-Ude – Maksimikha village (near the Baikal Lake)*

 

 

Dear colleagues,

we invite you to take part in

both the first and the second stages

of the Thirteenth International Conference

“Lifelong Learning:

Continuous Education for Sustainable Development”.

  

 

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Detailed information about the Second stage of the conference will be placed at the website http://www.lifelong-education.ru/ru/registration

THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

Chairman – Viacheslav N. Skvortsov, rector of Leningrad State University n.a. Pushkin, senior doctorate (Economics), PhD (Education), Full professor (Russia, Saint Petersburg).

Co-chairman of the 1st stage – Nikolay A. Lobanov, director of the Research Institute for Social, Economic and Pedagogical Problems of Continuous Education of Leningrad State University n.a. Pushkin, Full professor (Russia, Saint Petersburg).

Co-Chairman of the 2nd stage – Stepan V. Kalmykov, rector of the Buriat State University, correspondent member of the Russian Academy of Education, Full professor (Russia, Ulan Ude).

 

 

Members of THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

Bushe Osochkovska Marlena – International expert and consultant of UN/EC, head of the representation at UNESCO headquarter, World Committee for Continuous Education (France, Paris).

Zhilbaev Zhanbol Oktyabrovich – President of National Academy of Education n.a. Y. Altynsarin (Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana).

Carlsen ArneDirector of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, Honorary Professor at Leningrad State University n.a. Pushkin, Honorary Professor at International Institute of Adult and Lifelong Education, India. Honorary Professor at University of Latvia. Honorary Doctor at Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences (Germany, Hamburg).

Lomakina Tatyana Yuryevna Head of the laboratory of continuous education, the Institute of Theory and History of Pedagogy of the Russian Academy of Education, director of the National UNESCO-UNEVOC Center in Russia, PhD (Education), Full professor (Russia, Moscow).

Pavlova MargaritaUNESCO-UNEVOC Center at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, PhD (Hong Kong).

Rakhmonov Abdudzhabbor Azizovichrector of Tajik State Pedagogical University n.a. S. Ayni, PhD (Education), Full professor (Tajikistan, Dushanbe).

Rashidov Khikmatulla Fatkhullaevichdirector of Uzbek Research Institute for pedagogical sciences n.a. Kary Niyazi, PhD (Education), Full professor, Honorary Professor at the Leningrad State University n.a. Pushkin (Uzbekistan, Tashkent).

Ruliene Liubov Nimazhapovna – PhD (Education), associate professor, the Buriat State University (Russia, Ulan Ude).

Saarinen Taina – rector of Helsinki City Center of Adults Education (Finland, Helsinki).

Shilova Olga Nikolaevna – Deputy Chairman of the Northwest Branch of the Russian Academy of Education, PhD (Education), Full professor (Russia, Saint Petersburg)

 

The Secretariate of the 1st stage. Head of the Secretariat – Prok Tatiana Voldemarovna, PhD (Economics), senior researcher, Research Institute for Social, Economic and Pedagogical Problems of Continuous Education (RISEPPCE) of Leningrad State University n.a. Pushkin (Russia, Saint-Petersburg). Members of the Secretariat: Koivunen Andrey Victorovich – junior researcher,  RISEPPCE of LSU n.a. Pushkin.



Schedule

Of the 1st stage of the conference

 (May 29-31, 2015)

 

May 28, 2015                         Arrival, check-in at the hotels.

May 29, 2015                        Plenary meeting, Round tables.

May 30, 2015                                    Round tables.

May 31, 2015                                    Cultural and Education programme.

June 1, 2015                          Departure.

 

The main tasks of the conference:

1. discussion of the fundamental and applied aspects of continuous education for sustainable development; 2. promotion and practical application of the main trends of UNESCO, UNESCO National committees, National doctrines and pragmatic innovations in the field of continuous education; 3. widening of international interdisciplinary cooperation of educators, researchers and managers of education system (from school directors to the minister of education) in the field of continuous education;  4. developing the network scientific, education and research centers of continuous education for regular sharing experience in the field of theory and practice of continuous education.

 

Structure and Contents

of the 1st stage

 

  1. Plenary meeting.

 

  1. Round tables:

 

Round table #1.

Challenge. The main trend of lifelong learning is learning country, learning region, learning city, learning rural settlement.

Discussion topic: What are the trends of modern national models of lifelong learning? Are they in correlation with the goal of the main trend of lifelong learning?  Is lifelong learning society a utopia or reality?

 

Round table #2.

Challenge. Pedagogical science and practice of continuous education in modernization of education focus.

Discussion topic: Is modernisation of educational system caused by the development of pedagogical science or the development of pedagogical science caused by the modernisation of educational system?

 

Round table #3.

Challenge. Competence, competitiveness and ethic are imperatives of modern continuous education.

Discussion topic: Are the ethical and humanistic fundamentals of future employee’s personality development not pushed out with the modern requirements of competence and competitiveness in educational process?   Does the modern organization and the system of continuous education influence the mitigation of general, as well as employment and domestic cruelty both in a separate country, region and the whole world?

 

Round table #4.

Challenge. Social partnership in the system of continuous professional education.

Discussion topic: Is social partnership a new form of cooperation in the system of continuous education or the temporary way of overcoming of challenges in the system of education?

Round table #5.

Challenge. New paradigm of education.

Discussion topic: Are the roles of educator and learner being changed at various levels of continuous education? What does continuous education bring to this process?  

 

Round table #6.

Challenge. Church and its role in development of system of religious and secular continuous education and spiritual development of personality of a student and an employee.   

Discussion topic: What unites religious and secular continuous education? What are confessional national differences of church’s influence on secular continuous education and spiritual development of personality of a student and an employee?

 

Round table #7.

Challenge. New pedagogical and organizational strategies in lifelong learning and continuous education for people with special needs and people of the third age.

Discussion topic: Are lifelong learning and continuous education available for people with special needs and people of the third age: declaration of reality?

 

Round table #8.

Challenge. Methods and technologies of lifelong learning and continuous education used in everyday pedagogical practice. Experience sharing.  

Discussion topic: Can methods and technologies of lifelong learning and continuous education used by you be considered as innovative ones and what are the proofs of their innovative aspects?

 

Round table #9.

Challenge. Global network of lifelong learning / continuous education and the challenges of international legislation development for regulating lifelong learning / continuous education as an over-national educational process.

Discussion topic: Does the global network of lifelong learning / continuous education being developed destroy historically built national systems of education or is it the way to the national and world sustainability? Is there any need in international regulation for lifelong learning / continuous education?

 

Round table #10.

Challenge. Adults’ continuous education: new forms of organization and technologies. Adults’ continuous education system development as a strategic vector of staff capacity building for Russia.

Discussion topic: What are the priorities of adults’ continuous education system in Russia? Are there any best practices in cooperation of business, authorities and educational organizations in adults’ continuous education implementation? What are the world trends in on-line adults’ education? What are national and international legal guarantees of  adults’ education accessibility?

Round table moderator.

Szhenov Sergey Stanislavovich – the president of International Association of Continuous Education, the head of expert group of the Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, PhD (Russia, Moscow).

 

Round table #11.

Challenge. Individual experience of educators and experience of pedagogical schools as an innovative resource of continuous education.

Discussion topic: What is the value of individual experience of educators and experience of pedagogical schools? Why this experience can be considered an innovative resource of continuous education? How important is the accumulation and transmission of advanced pedagogical experience for continuous education development? What pedagogical schools have had and continue to have the greatest impact on the quality of training in continuous education?

Round table moderator.

Schensnovich Natalia Evgenievna – the director of Autonomous non-commercial organsation of supplementary professional education “Moscow Institute of Continuous Education Development”, PhD (Russia, Moscow).

 

Round table #12.

Challenge. Eco-Schools international programme as a model of Education for Sustainable Development and its contribution to lifelong learning/continuous education for sustainable devlopment worldwide.

Discussion topic: Can Eco-Schools international programme be considered a practical model of one of the fields of lifelong learning/continuous education for sustainable development? What best practices can demonstrate its contribution to lifelong learning / continuous education for sustainable development?

 

Round table #13

 

Challenge. Continuous education as one of the preconditions of healthy lifestyle. Healthy lifestyle as one of the preconditions of lifelong learning.

Discussion topic: Do National and regional concepts of continuous education include healthy lifestyle factor? What is the interconnection between lifelong learning and healthy lifestyle? Is the statement of the Roman writer-satirist Juvenal (about 60 – about 127) «Mens sana in corpore sano» (In healthy body healthy mind) correct?

Round table moderator.

Bushe Osochkovska Marlena – International expert and consultant of UN/EC, head of the representation at UNESCO headquarter, World Committee for Continuous Education (France, Paris).

 

 

 

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REQUIRMENTS TO THE MATERIALS:

 

◄ computer text: no more than seven pages (A4), Times New Roman size 14 MS WORD, line spacing 1.5, the page settings: standard;

◄ title of the article should be printed in CAPITAL letters, initials and surname of the author(s) should be printed under the title in lower case;

◄ key words (up to 7 words) are placed in the next 2 lines;

then summary in Russian and English (up to 4-5 lines each);

◄ illustrations (tables, figures, etc.) should be attached as separate files to the text of the article (resolution of illustrations is at least 300 dpi, the width is not less than 140 mm – standard width of A5);

◄ the texts of articles are accepted together with the Application-Agreement by March 30, 2015;

◄ participation fee is noted in the Application-Agreement, articles without Application-Agreement are not accepted;

◄ participation fee is to be paid only upon receiving the confirmation of the article acceptance and the presentation being included in the conference programme;

◄ participation of more than two co-authors for one article is not recommended;

◄ text of the presentation and Application-Agreement (in case of several co-authors, the Application-Agreement is to be filled in for each co-author separately and registration fee is to be paid for each co-author) please send to the Organization Committee email: lifelong-13@yandex.ru

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Additional information

 

▲ If you organization needs to sign an agreement for paying participation fee, all necessary papers for that can be found at

http://www.lifelong-education.ru/ru/registration

▲ All presentation and reports accepted by the Organisation will be published before the beginning of the conference in Russian and English. Work languages of the conference are Russian and English.

▲Conference organization development, possible changes and additions? Accepted papers and other relevant information will be places at the Conference website

http://www.lifelong-education.ru/ru/registration

▲ Please don’t use any abbreviations in the presentation or article text.

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Form № 2(English)

ORGANISATION COMMITTEE

OF THE 13th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

“LIFELONG LEARNING: CONTINUOUS EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT”

May 29-31, 2015

St.-Petersburg

the 1st stage

 

Application-Agreement

Dear colleagues!

Please fill in the following registration form in English and send it to our e-mail address: lifelong-13@yandex.ru

 

 

Surname

 

Name

 

Second Name

 

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Academic degree

 

Position

 

Organization

 

Postal code

 

Country

 

City

 

Phone

 

Fax

 

E-mail

 

Presentation theme

 

 

date of completing the form

 

No abbreviations in registration form are permitted !

Participation fee: 100 euro (VAT included).

 

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More detailed information will be sent to you after your getting the notification of being registered as the conference participant

 

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