11th International Week of Professors: Internationalisation and Talents
 

May 12 (Tuesday)
 

Venue: Microsoft Teams, Channel: International Week of Professors

14:00 – 14:30Opening
Welcoming speeches:
Professor Linda Daniela (Dean of the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art) Professor Indra Odiņa (Head of Teacher Education Department) From Internationalisation and Culture to Internationalisation and Talents
Getting to know each other
14:30 – 15:15Professor Dr. Sonja Dollinger (Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Student-Teacher Conferences – a Formative Assessment That Supports Individual Learning Processes!?
Student-Teacher Conferences involving parents that discuss the pupil’s current performance, learning development, and learning processes include conceptual elements that correspond to those of Formative Assessment. Numerous studies indicate that Formative Assessment supports individual learning processes (e.g. Hattie, 2015; Black & Wiliam, 2009). In my presentation, I will examine this issue in more detail. I will draw on the initial results of the multi-level data analyses from 40 classes in Grade Two to answer the question positively and to show how the results depend on the qualitative implementation of student-teacher conferences.
15:15 – 15:45Senior lecturer Dr. Renner Günter (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany) Studying at University of Erlangen-Nürnberg / Germany
15.45 – 16.00No screen break
16:00 – 16:45

Professor Dr. Eero Ropo (Tampere University)
Presentation on a new book titled "Subject Teacher Education in Transition: Educating Teachers for the Future". This book is edited by E. Ropo and R. Jaatinen.
‘Teachers should be educated to work for the future and with the generation that will influence that future.’ In Finland, teachers specialized in teaching a subject or subjects have been educated at the university level since the beginning of public and teacher education in the 19th century. This book introduces readers to the development, theories and practices of subject teacher education at the University of Tampere during the last 25–30 years – but from the perspective of the future of teaching and teacher education.
The authors are teacher educators and researchers, representing educational sciences, foreign languages, mother tongue, mathematical sciences, or social science teacher education. The book is aimed at domestic and international audiences alike, providing insight to researchers, students and professionals interested in subject teacher education. The book will be available online for free by the conference in May.

16:45 – 17:30Jan Viggo Iversen (Nord University)
Sari Yrjänäinen (University of Turku)
Professor, Dr. Indra Odina (University of Latvia, Latvia)
Professor, Dr. Eero Ropo (University of Tampere & Nord University)
Becoming a Teacher: Teacher Students’ Conceptions of Teaching as a Career in Norway, Latvia, and Finland
The informants are teacher students from four universities in Norway, Latvia and Finland. The data were collected with an electronic questionnaire and focus group interviews. Both the questionnaire and the interviews were presented using the students’ mother tongue. Emphasis was placed on language equivalence in Norwegian; Latvian and Finnish versions of Likert scale questionnaire. The date of the questionnaire indicate that the teachers' perceptions differ statistically significantly in many aspects between the three countries. Interview data have been analyzed phenomenologically and they show that there are significant differences, for example, in the students’ perception of how much people appreciate teachers in their own society. It was interesting to find out whether the perception of teacher students already taken up on the programmes varied between countries and universities and what ways. Understanding the differences can help manage education and school plan, student and teacher assessment, and teacher education in general.
17:30 – 18:15Panel Discussion: Sharing Research and Project Initiatives (Tatjana Bicjutko, AnnaStavicka, Oscar Lozano)
18:15 – 19:00Bring-a-dish-party, decisions about next IWP and informal talk


 

May 13 (Wednesday)
 

Venue: Microsoft Teams, Channel: International Week of Professors

10:00 – 10:15

Opening
Welcoming speeches:
Assoc. Professor, Dr. Ilvis Ābeļkalns  (Head of Teacher Education Department, the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art)
Professor, Senior Researcher, Dr. Indra Odiņa
Assist. Prof., Senior Researcher, Dr. Anna Stavicka  

10:15 – 12:30

Prof. Dr. Margarita Gavrilina (University of Latvia)
Cultural Competence of Russian Speaking Secondary School Students and University Students in Latvia/ Культурологическая компетенция русскоязычных школьников и студентов Латвии

Professor, Dr. VeraKhotinets
Modeling of the Development of Speech and Thinking Activity of Naturally Bilingual Children in the Context of Education

Татяна Янчева, проректор по науке и международной деятельности  Национальной спортивной академии «Васил Левски» (София, Болгария)
Опыт организации учебного процесса в дистанционном формате Национальной спортивной академии «Васил Левски»

Орлова Елена Аркадьевна, к.э.н., декан факультета физической культуры и спорта Нижегородского гос.университета им.Н.И.Лобачевского; Бахарев Юрий Александрович, к.п.н., зав.кафедрой Теории и методики спортивных единоборств факультета физической культуры и спорта Нижегородского гос.университета им.Н.И.Лобачевского
Перспективы  развития дистанционного обучения и опыт внедрения дистанционных программ  в образовательный процесс ННГУ им.Н.И.Лобачевского

Dr. Oksana Kozhevnikova
Effects of Personal Characteristics on Diffusion Professional Identity Status of Secondary School Graduates

Researcher Anita Berke
Good Practices in Cooperation Between Educational Institutions and Parents in Children’s Bilingual Education Provision

Летягина Елена Николаевна, к.э.н., зав.кафедрой управления в спорте факультета физической культуры и спорта Нижегородского гос.университета им.Н.И.Лобачевского
Об опыте организации учебного процесса в условиях пандемии

Lecturer Tatjana Bicjutko
На каком языке писать докторскую? Дискуссия о реформе высшего образования и науки Латвии

12.30 – 13.00No screen break
13:00 – 14:30

Prof. Dr. Aleksandrs Koļesovs
Внимание и время реакции в спорте: психологические, педагогические и технические аспекты

Бочавер Константин Алексеевич, к.пс.н., спортивный психолог, завлаб спортивной психологии Московского института психоанализа, завкаф салютогенеза Института междисциплинарной медицины
Передний край спортивной психологии: исследования, тренды, идеи

Соколовская Светлана Владимировна, к.пс.н., зам.декана факультета физической культуры и спорта Нижегородского гос.университета им.Н.И.Лобачевского
Формирование психологической компетентности профессионала физкультурно-спортивной сферы

Assist. Professor, Dr. Ausma Golubeva Health Education to Promote Healthy Lifestyle Among Secondary School Students

Селезнёв Владислав Викторович — старший преподаватель, Мастер спорта России по плаванию
Динамика спортивных результатов пловца на этапе спортивного совершенствования.

Спортивный клуб вуза: виды деятельности, коммуникация, перспективы
Филонов Леонид Викторович — старший преподаватель, начальник спортивного клуба

14:30 – 15:45

Chernova Anna
Assertiveness and Tolerance of Ambiguity of University Sophomores

Kuznetsova Alyona
A Study of Choice Determination

Мутовкина Татьяна
Инновации в сфере физической культуры и спорта на примере скалолазания

Oshvintseva Polina
A Study of Personal Characteristics of Linguistics Students 

Парамонова Ирина
Особенности эмоционально-волевой сферы у бадминтонистов с нарушением слуха

Рогова Алена
Модели психологической подготовки спортсменов высших разрядов по художественной гимнастике

15:45 – 16:00No screen break
16:00 – 17:00Panel Discussion: Sharing Research and Project Initiatives