December 12, 2019 at the National Dragomanov Pedagogical University, the international conference "EUROPEAN VALUES AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL COHESION IN THE EDUCATION" was held. Studios "(587057-EPP-1-2017-1-UA-EPPJMO-MODULE), which is being implemented at the National University MP Dragomanov. The international web-conference was held with the personal support of the rector of NPU. MP Dragomanov, Academician V.P. Andrushchenko, who opened the plenary session of the conference with his report "The main trends (values) of European education", in which he emphasized the importance of building a platform of common European values ​​that the higher education system needs. Also at the inauguration of the event was the Vice-Rector for International Work of the National Pedagogical University. M.P. Drahomanov Professor VG Lavrynenko, who noted the importance of European values ​​in education, spoke about the current project of the Association of Rectors of Pedagogical Universities of Europe - "Pedagogical Constitution of Europe". About Jean Monnet Program, its strategic objectives for the study and implementation of European values ​​in Ukraine, was reported in detail by Mr. PI Krainik, Jean Monnet Program Expert at the National Erasmus Office. The plenary roundtable also highlighted European best practices for the implementation of European values ​​in education. For example, Dr. D. Spulber of Genoa University reported on the creation of an inclusive educational environment, and the internal project of the Jean Monnet SCEGES module Dr. K. Barantseva told about the innovative experience of Polish universities. Also at the plenary session was academic coordinator of the module Jean Monnet SCEGES Professor M. Nesterov with a report on the achievements of the module in the field of implementation of European values ​​and best European practices of social cohesion in the educational environment of Ukraine, as well as the prospects for further studies, work. Dr. M. Chulaevskaya, a member of the Module team, reported on her developments in the field of integration of European values ​​into the system of values ​​of Ukraine.

The conference was organized in the following directions:

1. European values ​​in the higher education system of Ukraine and the EU.

2. European studies of social cohesion in education.

3. Inclusion and skills development of the 21st century as basic principles of EU education policy.

4. Lifelong learning and community-oriented universities as major drivers of economic and social development.

5. Practical educational technologies based on social cohesion.

After the plenary reports, sections were organized in the aforementioned areas and 5 master classes were held to demonstrate practical educational technologies based on social cohesion.

More than 270 people attended the international web conference: M.P. Drahomanov was attended by 110 participants (representatives of various HEIs, school directors, students, representatives of public organizations, professional associations, etc.). Also, more than 160 participants were involved in the conference - representatives of foreign and domestic universities, directors of schools participating in the project supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "Development of social cohesion of subjects of educational process" from all regions of the country. The conference was broadcast online from 10am to 5pm, a recording of the conference was posted on the SCEGES project website www.sceges.info, and a link to the broadcast was posted on the @SCEGES project Facebook page. The materials of the international conference will be published and published on the website of the Jean Monnet SCEGES project, Faculty of Education and Science Management of MP Dragomanov National Pedagogical University, published in the scientific journals “Correctional Pedagogy and Special Psychology”, “Higher Education of Ukraine”. Event details are available at:   www.sceges.info and   https://www.facebook.com/SCEGES/

 

 

 

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Information on the Social Cohesion in Education and Governance: European Studies (SCEGES) project 587057-EPP-1-2017-1-UA-EPPJMO-MODULE:

Project implementation period: 1/09 / 2017-31 / 08/2020, recipient of NPSU grant. M.P. Drahomanov. Academic Coordinator: Ph.D. Prof., Associate Professor, Professor, Department of Management and Innovative Technologies M.P. Drahomanov Marya Nesterova. Contacts: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +380503113435 (What's up), + 38097-295-60-90 (Viber).

The EU project under the direction of Jean Monnet's Module "Social Cohesion in Education and Governance: European Studies" continues the implementation of the planned activities. Training "European Cohesion Policy for Ukraine", on October 21-22, almost 40 people participated in the training at the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine

 

 

During the training, Module teacher M. Chulaevskaya revealed the principles of functioning of the European Union as an international organization of a special type, contemporary challenges and problems of European society cohesion in a broad and narrow sense, drew attention to the disintegration processes in Europe: their causes, consequences, possible ways. The participants had an opportunity to discuss Brexit issues, its impact on the development of the UK regions, such as the cities of London, Wolverhampton, Canterbury, as well as scenarios for developing relations with the EU in countries such as Norway and Switzerland.

All participants received certificates for participation in the training.

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21 - 23, 28 October, 2019 at the National Pedagogical University. M.P. Drahomanov held a practical seminar for masters of the Department of Management and Innovative Technologies of Sociocultural Activity of the Faculty of Management Education and Science. M.P. Drahomanov's Community Development: A European Experience. The event was part of the European Union Erasmus + Jean Jean Monet project "Social Cohesion in Education and Governance: European Studies" (SCEGES) and on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Jean Monnet Program. During the event, effective technologies of development of social cohesion in education were shown and practically worked out, emphasis was placed on specific technologies of social cohesion, challenges of inclusive education. The academic coordinator of the SCEGES project was the professor of the Department of Management and Innovative Technologies of Sociocultural Activity of the Faculty, Marya Nesterova.

The seminar was attended by 14 masters of management and innovative technologies of socio-cultural activity. As a result of the seminar, participants got acquainted with the best practices of development of social cohesion in education, received comprehensive consultations on issues of social cohesion on the following topics:

1. European education policy: principles and social impact.

2. Social cohesion in education: best European practices, practical applications, best projects.

3. Transversal competences and the Lisbon Strategy as the foundations of a European educational strategy.

4. Community-oriented universities: European best practices for sharing experiences, educational innovations, open and continuous education systems for effective community development.



Additionally:

Information on the Social Cohesion in Education and Governance: European Studies (SCEGES) project:

Academic Coordinator: Marya Nesterova, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +380503113435 (what's up), + 38097-295-60-90 (viber), project website www.sceges.info.

Aims and objectives of the project: development of new courses in the field of European social cohesion research, including the development of methodology and methods for research and teaching theoretical and practical material; conducting inter-university training; development of an improvement of the professional skills program for civil society leaders and heads of state administrations.

 

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