Séminaire international ECNU-UNISTRA sur l’étude de politique européenne et l’éducation comparée (les 20, 22 et 24 mai 2019)

ECNU(East China Normal University) and UNISTRA (University of Strasbourg) international seminar

Date:20th, 22th and 24th May

Location: MISHA and European Doctoral College.

Organized by the research unit SAGE (Societies, Actors and Government in Europe) at the Faculty of social sciences, and the research unit LISEC (Learning Sciences and Communication Laboratory) at the Faculty of Education and Lifelong learning, University of Strasbourg, France.

Monday 20th of May

European policy studies in the research unit SAGE

9-9.40 Welcome by Marine de Lasalle, professor in political sciences & Head of the Research Unit SAGE & Hélène Michel, professor in political sciences & responsible of international relationships, SAGE

9.40-10.15 Elisabeth Lambert, Research Professor, CNRS, SAGE, Co-dir. of the Euro- culture Erasmus Mundus LLM in European studies, “The European Court of human rights under pressure” and presentation of the Euro-culture Master

10.15-10.30 Break

Policy studies on the international circulation of knowledge

10.30-11.00 Magdalena Hadjiisky, Lecturer in political sciences, SAGE, “International Organizations and the Globalization of Governance: Micro-Processes and Actors’ Configurations”

11.00-11.30 Wiebke Keim, CR CNRS, SAGE, “The internationalization of social sciences: issues and problems”

11.30-12.00 Romuald Normand, Professor in sociology, SAGE, “The governance of French universities in a time of Europeanization”

Afternoon
14-15.30 Room Salle de conferences MISHA (public opening)

Challenges and problems in Chinese educational governance
Chair: Jay Rowell, Head of Research at the CNRS, SAGE, University of Strasbourg

ZHENG Tainian, Professor, IICE, East China Normal University, “Policy tools for innovation in learning and teaching in China”

Dan ZHANG, Associate professor, IICE, East China Normal University, “The actual logic and dilemma in policy implementation for migrant children education: case study of shanghai primary schools”

 

15.30-17.00 Room Table-Ronde MISHA

15.30-16.00 Vincent Dubois, Professor in sociology and political sciences, SAGE, “ A critical sociology of public policy”

16.00-17.00 Projects of excellence at the Research Unit SAGE

Didier Breton, professor in demography, SAGE & Head of the House of Social Sciences, “From Big Data to knowledge in social sciences: Resources, technologies and projects”

Christian Bonah, Professor of History of Sciences, the ERC Advanced Project BodyCapital « The healthy self as body capital: Individuals, market-based societies and body politics in visual twentieth century Europe ».

 

Wednesday 22th of May.

Room Salle de séminaire. Collège doctoral européen

9-10.15 Major issues in Chinese education governance and policy

Chair: Romuald Normand, professor, SAGE, University of Strasbourg

Wei SHEN, Associate Professor, IICE, East China Normal University, “The courage to teach: rural teacher’s identity construction under the policy of teacher education”

ZhiWei DENG, Associate Professor, IICE, East China Normal University, “Logic and characteristics of educational governance: thinking based on Chinese education problems”

Shaoyang WU, PhD, IICE, East China Normal University, “The governance of shadow education in Shanghai: policy changes, effectiveness and challenges”

10.15-10.30 Break
10.30-12 International changes in teachers’ knowledge and practice

Chair: Elisabeth Regnault, professor, LISEC, University of Strasbourg
Alexandra BARBERET, PhD, LISEC, University of Strasbourg, “Teaching practices transfer from

international guidelines to French elementary classrooms”

Ziyin XIONG, PhD, SAGE, University of Strasbourg, “Building pre-service teacher’s competence: articulating university supervisors and cooperating teachers”

Nora REVAI, PhD, SAGE, University of Strasbourg, “What difference do networks make to teacher knowledge? The dynamics of pedagogical knowledge in the teaching profession”

Yang Xiaoying, PhD, IICE, East China Normal University Research on the Participation Mechanism in Basic Education in the Perspective of Educational Governance

 

Afternoon

14-15.15 Standards, teachers and globalization: some comparative perspectives

Chair: Tainian ZHENG, professor, IICE, East China Normal University

Elisabeth REGNAULT, professor, LISEC, University of Strasbourg « Comparative education between measure and culture, global and local. The example of Pisa »

Fan Yong, , PhD, IICE, East China Normal University The Mechanism of Globalization Effect on National Education Policy: A Perspective of Political Sociology of Education

Yu MENG, Master student, IICE, East China Normal University, “Policy analysis of teacher misconduct disciplinary orders: a comparison between England and China”

15.15.15.30 Break

15.30-17 Innovation and Digital technologies: from policy to practice

Chair: Zhang Dan, Associate professor, IICE, East China Normal University
Oguz Güner, Post-doc, SAGE, University of Strasbourg, The effectiveness of the European

Union’s higher education policies in the context of framework programs

Arianna MONTEMURRO, PhD, SAGE, University of Strasbourg “The role of interest groups in European education and digital Technologies”

Yingdong LIU, PhD, LISEC, Faculty of Education, University of Strasbourg “A study on the identification of factors which stimulate the interest in learning in Serious Games–in a French primary school”

Andrea MORALES, PhD, LISEC, Faculty of Education, University of Strasbourg “The appropriation of the “e-Portfolio” approach by students: how to recognize itself in activity in order to show what one knows”.

 

Friday 24th of May

Room Table Ronde, MISHA

9.00-10.15 Cultural and economic aspects of policy development in education Chair: Zhiwei DENG, Associate professor, IICE, East China Normal University

Sylvie GODIEP, PhD, LISEC, University of Strasbourg “Community development projects in Cameroun”

Yue LIU, PhD, IICE, East China Normal University, “The change of Chinese textbook policy: a case study of moral education textbooks in primary and secondary schools”

Liyan JING, PhD, SAGE, University of Strasbourg “Cultural policies in China and France: the role of the Confucius Institute”

Liang Xi, PhD, IICE, East China Normal University Challenges and Solutions of Quality Assurance in Higher Education

10.15-10.30 Break

10.30-12 Teaching and learning from basic skills to inclusion

Chair: Wei SHEN, Associate Professor, IICE, East China Normal University

Richard CABASSUT, Professor, LISEC, University of Strasbourg “Examples of comparative
studies in Mathematics education »

Maria POPA-ROCH, Professor, LISEC, University of Strasbourg « Consequences of teachers attitudes toward pupils with disabilites and inclusion on the success of the inclusive policy at
school »

Maria DENAMI & Sophie KENNEL, Professor, LISEC, University of Strasbourg “Can Project based learning enhance Research-Based Learning?”

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