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Exams and access to higher education: researcher from OP.Edu’s team analyses the subject in the Portuguese newspaper Público

Read here, in full, the article published in the Público newspaper by Orlanda Tavares, a researcher from OP.Edu’s permanent team, focused on the analysis of the changes currently being discussed in the access to higher education.

Conference Cycle NOVAMEdS 2022/2023 | RePeME project presented at NOVA University of Lisbon

The researcher Teresa Teixeira Lopo was the keynote speaker, on January 13, of the Cycle of Conferences 2022/2023 of NOVAMEdS – Master in Education Studies of the NOVA University of Lisbon.

This Cycle of Conferences has the particularity of being open to the participation of teachers and other professionals of the ESCXEL Network – Network of Schools of Excellence, a partnership between eight Local Authorities, the corresponding 32 organic units of public education and the CICS.NOVA – Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences of the College of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon

In this Conference, the researcher presented the project RePeME – And after the pandemic? Recovery, continuities and changes in basic education (ISCED 1) in Portugal,  and based on the empirical work, still in its initial phase of development, she discussed with the participants specific aspects related to the project, such as the relevance of the plan for the recovery of learning, the digital transition, implemented measures and advantages for the collaborative work of teachers and specific post-pandemic actions implemented in schools and addressed to the school community to promote well-being and mental health.

 

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Online colloquium The School as a multifaceted space: recognizing and including diversity | 456 participants interested in discussing the issue

 

The third colloquium of the Cycle April 25 50 Years: Looking into the Past, Thinking about the Future took place on 13 January, under the theme School as a multifaceted space: acknowledging and including diversity.

In the the event, organised by OP. Edu – Observatory for Education and Training Policies in collaboration with the School of Education of the IPLUSO and the António Sérgio Training Centre, the keynote speakers Alice Ribeiro (Head of the Inclusion Support Centre, University of Porto, Portugal), Cássia Sofiato (Department of Philosophy of Education and Education Sciences, Faculty of Education, University of São Paulo, Brazil) and Joaquim Melro (Director of António Sérgio Training Centre and researcher at the University of Lisbon, Portugal), reflected upon and discussed, from a longitudinal and comparative perspective, the epistemological, educational and cultural complexity that has shaped the principles and practices of inclusive education. The Colloquium was moderated by Isabel Sanches, researcher at CeiED and Coordinating Professor at ESEL-IPLUSO.

Given the interest raised that exceeded the capacity of the online platform, limited to 300 participants, where this Colloquium began, the video recording of the event will soon be available.

Colloquium School as a multifaceted space: acknowledging and including diversity | January 23, 2023 – ONLINE – 6:00 PM

 

The third colloquium of the Cycle April 25 50 Years: Looking into the Past, Thinking about the Future, will take place on January 23 at 6:00 PM (Portugal time), under the theme School as a multifaceted space: acknowledging and including diversity.

Inclusion is a broad and complex principle and, as such, it should be a subject for reflection and guidance for education policies and practices. Assuming this premise, the Observatory for Education and Training Policies (OP.Edu) invites researchers Alice Ribeiro (Head of the Inclusion Support Centre, University of Porto, Portugal), Cássia Sofiato (Department of Philosophy of Education and Education Sciences, Faculty of Education, University of São Paulo, Brazil) and researcher Joaquim Melro (Director of António Sérgio Training Centre and researcher at the University of Lisbon, Portugal), who will reflect and discuss in this online Colloquium open to the public, the epistemological, educational and cultural complexity that has shaped the principles and practices of inclusive education.

The Colloquium will also include the participation of Teresa Teixeira Lopo (OP.Edu-CeiED) in the Opening and Isabel Sanches (CeiED, ESEL-IPLUSO), who will be responsible for the Moderation of the debate.

The event, organized by OP.Edu with the collaboration of the School of Education of IPLUSO, will be held and broadcast online. Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/98469945254

In partnership with the António Sérgio Training Centre, the Colloquium is certified for participants from Portugal as a Short Duration Training Action (ACD, under Order 5741/2015 of 29 May), for the purposes of career progression of early childhood educators, primary and secondary school teachers and special education teachers.

Those interested in obtaining this certification will need to register on this link: https://www.cfantoniosergio.edu.pt/