International Conference of

TEACHER EDUCATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

14 June 2013

Thomas Mann str. 49., Debrecen, Hungary

Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences („DAB Székház”)


 

PROGRAM

9.00-11.00 Plenary session (Great Hall)

Chair: Gabriella Pusztai

Welcome speech: Istvan Gaal, President of Centre of Arts, Humanities and Sciences


9.10-9.30 László Tamás Szabó (University of Debrecen): Comparative teacher education research – former results and new questions


9.30-9.50 Gabriella Pusztai (University of Debrecen): Improving teacher quality as a challenge for higher education


9.50-10.00 Agnes Engler (University of Debrecen): The TECERN Network


10.00-11.00 Book launch „Higher Education for Social Cohesion” (Great Hall)

Chair: Adrian Hatos  (University of Oradea)

1. Pusztai, G. – Hatos, A. (eds.) 2012. Higher Education for Regional Social Cohesion. Reviewer: Gabor Erdei (University of Debrecen)

2. Pusztai, G. – Hatos, A. – Cegledi, T. (eds.) 2012. Third Mission of Higher Education. Reviewer: Orsolya Pocsik (University of Debrecen)

3. Gyorgyi, Z. – Nagy, Z. (eds.) 2012. Students in a Cross-Border Region Higher Education.

Reviewer: Jan Guncaga (Catholic University of Ruzomberok)

4. Kozma. T. – Bernath. K. (eds.) 2013. Higher Education in the Romania-Hungary Cross-border Cooperation Area. Reviewer: Marius Tatar (University of Oradea)


11.00-11.30 Coffee break


11.30-13.00 Educational policy aspects of teacher education and CPD (working groups 1-2) (Room C)

Chairs: Silvia Matusova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok) and Edina Markus (University of Debrecen)

Presentations:

1. Silvia Matusova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok): Educational policy aspects of teacher education in Slovakia

2. Marek Wasielewski (University of Opole): Educational policy aspects of teacher education in Poland

3. Eszter Varga – Magdolna Rebay (University of Debrecen): Educational policy aspects of teacher education in Hungary

4. Krystyna Zabava (Academy Ignatianum): Educational policy aspects of teacher CPD in Poland

5. Gabriella Stark (Babes-Bolyai University): Educational policy aspects of teacher education in Romania

6. Zoller Katalin (Babes-Bolyai University): Educational policy aspects of teacher CPD in Romania

7. Daniela Kolibova – Anna Kutnikova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok): Educational policy aspects of teacher CPD in Slovakia

8. Gabor Erdei – Edina Markus (University of Debrecen): Teacher Continuing Professional Development in Hungary

 

13.00-14.00 Lunch

 

14.00-15.00  Social construction of teacher image and recruitment for teacher eduation (working groups 3 and 6) (Room C) 

Chairs : Aneta Kaminska (Academy Ignatianum) and Zoltan Gyorgyi (University of Debrecen)

Presentations:

1. Anna Krolikowska (Academy Ignatianum): Social construction of teacher image in Poland

2. Agnes Dusa – Mihaly Fonai (University of Debrecen) – Michaela Moldova Chovancova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok) : Social construction of teacher image among HE students

3. Dana Hanesova (University Matej Bel): Recruitment for teacher training in Slovakia

4. Aneta Kaminska (Academy Ignatianum): Recruitment of teacher training in Poland

5. Zoltan Gyorgyi – Zsuzsanna Markus – Andor Szocs (University of Debrecen): Recruitment for teacher education in Hungary

 

15.00-16.00 Engagement and professional values of teacher education students (working groups 4 and 5) (Room C)

Chairs: Zuzana Chanasova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok) and Mihaly Fonai (University of Debrecen)

Presentations:

1. Matild Sagi – Kalman Ercsei (Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development): Choosing Initial Teacher Education in Hungary

2. Klara Kovacs – Gabriella Pusztai (University of Debrecen): TE Students’ Social Networks, students’ wellbeing and professional engagement

3. Katalin Kardos (University of Debrecen): Hungarian and Romanian TE Students’ Religiosity

4. Zuzana Chanasova (Catholic University of Ruzomberok): Future professional plans of teacher education students in Slovakia

5. Agnes Engler – Edina Kovacs – Anna Blasiak – Ewa Dybowska – Katarzyna Szewczuk (University of Debrecen): Future professional plans of teacher education students in Hungary


16.00-17.00 Curricula, extracurricula and values in teacher education (working group 7) (Room C)

Chairs: Jan Guncaga (Catholic University of Ruzomberok) and Agnes Engler (University of Debrecen)

Presentations:

1. Aniela Rozanska (University of Silesia): Training and Professional Support of Teachers in the Culturally and Religiously Diversified Environments

2. Martin Havelka – Jiri Dostal – Miroslav Chraska – Jiri Kropac – Serafin Cestmir (Palacky University): Curricula and values in Teacher Education in Czech Republic

3. Jolanta Karbowniczek (Academy Ignatianum): Curricula and values in Teacher Education in Poland

4. Magdolna Chrappan – Zoltan Nagy (University of Debrecen): Curricula and values in Teacher Education in Hungary

5. Jan Guncaga (Catholic University of Ruzomberok): Curricula and values in Teacher Education in Slovakia

6. Ulrike Stadler-Altmann (University of Koblenz-Landau): Pedagogical Knowledge of prospective Teachers – An international Comparison. Results and Implications of TEDS-M 2008


17.00-17.30 Summary (Great Hall)