Panels

PANEL I – E-LEARNING E NOVAS ABORDAGENS VIRTUAIS AO CONCEITO DE EDUCAÇÃO

MODERATOR: Maria João Gomes | Institute of Education of the University of Minho

PARTICIPANTS: Paula Peres | Rogério Costa | Alda Pereira | João Filipe Matos

Maria João Gomes is an assistant teacher at the Department of Curriculum and Educational Technology at the Institute of Education of the University of Minho. She has a master’s degree in Education, in the field of specialization in IT in Teaching, and a postgraduate degree in Education, in the field of Educational Technology Knowledge, by the University of Minho. She also coordinates the Distance Education and e-Learning Group at the Institute of Education of the University of Minho.

PANEL II – EDUCATION, INOVATION AND TECNOLOGIES | [Short description]

MODERATOR: João Filipe Matos | Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon

PARTICIPANTS: Ana Benavente | António Dias de Figueiredo | Carlos Fino | Roberto Carneiro

Professor João Filipe Matos is the President of the Assembly of the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon, the same institution where he completed a degree in Mathematics, a master’s, post-graduation and aggregation in Education. He is the coordinator of Curriculum, Didactics and Teacher Training subject area at the IEUL and the Doctorate on ICT and Education, taught in the field of investigation methodologies in education and distance training with e-Learning in several master’s on ICT and Education. He also coordinates the Competency in ICT Center (C2Ti) at IEUL and he is also the president of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.

Ana Benavente é doutorada em Ciências da Educação pela Universidade de Genève. É investigadora no Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa na área da Educação. Foi Vice-presidente do Conselho Geral do Bureau International de I’Education da UNESCO, membro do Comité do CERI (Centre pour la recherche et l’innovation) da OCDE, deputada à Assembleia da República e Secretária de Estado da Educação.

António Dias de Figueiredo é doutorado em Ciências da Computação pela Universidade de Manchester e professor catedrático aposentado do Departamento de Engenharia Informática da Universidade de Coimbra e investigador do Centro de Informática e Sistemas da Universidade de Coimbra. Representou Portugal em diversas instâncias internacionais no domínio das tecnologias na educação e foi coordenador do Projeto MINERVA.

An associate teacher with aggregation in the field of Technology and Pedagogical Innovation at the University of Madeira, Carlos Fino has a post-graduation in Education, specialized in Pedagogy, by the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. He has also a master’s degree in Education by the University of Minho and currently coordinates the scientific area of Educational Sciences at the Center of Educational Sciences, Competencies, and Social Sciences at the University of Madeira, where he is also a former President of the Educational Sciences Department.

Roberto Carneiro is the President of the Center for the Study of Peoples and Cultures of Portuguese Expression and also of the Institute for Distance Teaching and Training. He is also an associate teacher of the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Catholic Portuguese University and a former minister for Education of the Portuguese government. With a degree in Chemical Engineer and a master’s degree in Human Resources Economy by the University of Ulster, he is also a Doctor Honoris Causa in Educational Sciences by the King’s College of London. He is an UNESCO, World Bank, OCDE and Europe Council expert in subjects such as education, educational politics, cooperation for development and public administration.

PANEL III – MOBILE TECNOLOGIES, OPEN CONTENT AND COPYRIGHT | [Short description]

MODERADOR: Neuza Pedro | Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon

CONVIDADOS: Teresa Nobre | João Nogueira | Isabel Oliveira | Paula Simões | Mª João Horta

Neuza Pedro is an assistant teacher at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon where she teaches subjects such as Training and E-learning and Methodologies for Investigation, as part of the post-graduation programs on that field of study. She has a master’s degree on Educational Psychology by the Applied Psychology Superior Institute, and a doctorate in ICT and Education by the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. She currently does investigation at the Development and Investigation Unit at the IEUL and is a member of the iTEC project. She is also the coordinator of the e-Learning Lab of the University of Lisbon where she directs the e-Learning Program.

PANEL IV – WHAT TYPE OF CURRICULUM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY?

MODERADOR: Fernando Albuquerque Costa | Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa

CONVIDADOS: Ana Amélia Carvalho | Carlos Marcelo | Mª do Céu Roldão | Pedro Reis

Fernando Albuquerque Costa is an assistant professor at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. He has a degree in Psychology and a PhD in Educational Sciences in the area of Curriculum and Evaluation. His research field is learning, curriculum & technology, and professional development of teachers to integrate ICT tools in the curriculum, having several publications in these areas. He is currently the national coordinator of the Distance Learning Project for Itinerant Students and integrates de European teams of TACCLE2 project (Teachers’ Aids on Creating Content for Learning Environments) and the iTEC project (Innovative Technologies for an Engaging Classroom).

Ana Amélia é professora catedrática na Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, na Universidade de Coimbra. Tem desenvolvido investigação na formação de professores na área de tecnologia educativa e no ensino superior em regime presencial e a distância. Responsável pela organização de eventos sobre Webquest, Web 2.0, Podcast e Jogos e mobile learning pretende motivar os professores a repensar as suas práticas, integrando as tecnologias emergentes. Mais recentemente tem-se centrado no mobile learning e na sua adequação aos diferentes níveis de ensino.

Carlos Marcelo es catedrático de Universidad. Dirige el Máster en E-learning. Nuevas tecnologías para el aprendizaje a través de internet. Ha desarrollado investigaciones sobre nuevas competencias docentes en relación con las tecnologías, diseños de aprendizajes con tecnologías y programas de formacion docente con tic.

Maria do Céu é atualmente professora convidada na Universidade Católica Portuguesa. É doutorada em Teoria e Desenvolvimento Curricular e Agregada em Educação pela Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal . Os seus principais interesses investigativos situam-se na área do Currículo e Teoria Curricular e Profissionalidade e Formação de Professores. As suas publicações científicas nestes domínios incluem numerosos livros e artigos em revistas científicas da área.

Pedro Reis é licenciado em Biologia e doutorado em Didáctica das Ciências pela Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa. É docente e investigador no Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa. As suas principais áreas de investigação são a educação em ciência, o desenvolvimento profissional de professores, a supervisão e orientação da prática profissional e a integração das tecnologias de informação e comunicação em contexto escolar.