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SCHOLA 2020 ENTER New Engineering PEDAGOGY Curriculum

SCHOLA 2020, 16th International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy, will be held from 22 to 23 April 2020, at the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia.

This international conference aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences in Engineering Pedagogy.

The new online format for holding the project meeting ENTER, April 22-23, 2020

PATRONAGE OVER THE CONFERENCE

prof. Ing. Roman Boča, DrSc., The Rector of the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia
VR HS-Prof. Mag. Dr. Norbert Kraker, University College of Teacher Education in Lower Austria
doc. PaedDr. Mgr. Gabriela Gabrhelová, PhD., DBA, LL.M, Director, DTI University, Slovakia

CONFERENCE LANGUAGE

English

ORGANIZERS

SCHOLA 2020 is organized by DTI University in Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, University College of Teacher Education in Lower Austria, Information Society for education and training, ZSVTS member – The Association of Slovak Scientific and Technological Societies, Slovakia, under the auspices of the International Society of Engineering Pedagogy – IGIP and other partners.

University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava
University College of Teacher Education in Lower Austria
DTI University, Slovakia
International Society for Engineering Pedagogy
Information Society for education and training / Informačná spoločnosť pre výchovu a vzdelávanie (ISVaV), ZSVTS member – The Association of Slovak Scientific and Technological Societies

PARTNERS

Erasmus+ project ENTER (EngineeriNg educaTors pEdagogical tRaining), key activity Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices
e-learnmedia s.r.o.
Dupres Consulting s.r.o.
Estonian Centre for Engineering Pedagogy

TOPICS OF INTEREST

  • Teacher Training
  • Engineering Pedagogy Education
  • New Trends in Branch Didactics
  • Accreditation, Curriculum Development, Quality in Education
  • Technical Teacher Education, Key Competencies
  • Networks of Social Sciences in Engineering Education
  • Information and Communication Technologies in Education
  • Talent Education
  • Lifelong Learning

IMPORTANT DATES

The participant registration deadline is extended to March 31, 2020. As originally announced, the international conference SCHOLA 2020 will be held on April 22, 2020. Soon, we will inform you about the form of presenting the conference talks. We guarantee the publication of the papers sent within the required deadlines.

31 MARCH 2020 Participant Registration

31 MARCH 2020 Submission Deadline for Abstracts

10 APRIL 2020 Notification of Acceptance for Abstracts

21 APRIL 2020 Submission Deadline for Papers

21 APRIL 2020 Submission Deadline for Presentations

The camera ready contribution and presentation send to email: kristofiakova@dti.sk

22 APRIL 2020 Conference Opening

PROCEEDINGS

Only English written contributions will be accepted. All paper and submissions are subject to a blind reviewing process. All accepted submissions will be published in the SCHOLA 2020 Proceedings and submitted to Special Issue of Open Online Journal for Research and Education R&E-SOURCE (Austria).

Selected papers will be publish in:

  • Scientific journal Acta Educationis Generalis (Slovakia);
  • Scientific journal Problem of engineer-pedagogical education (Ukraine);
  • International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP).

The editorial board reserves the right not to accept contributions that do not meet the prescribed formal and content criteria.

CONFERENCE FEE (EUR)

Regular Participants 100 EUR

Students 50 EUR

When paying by bank transfer, use the type of fee: OUR - all bank fees paid by the payer.

The invoice will be issued if your abstract is accepted.

COMMITTEES

SUPERVISORS

doc. PaedDr. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD., MBA, ING-PAED IGIP, Executive Committee Member of International Society of Engineering Pedagogy – IGIP, Vice Rector for Quality and Development, DTI University, Slovakia
prof. Dr. paed. habil. Hanno Hortsch, IGIP President
Greeting Address from President of IGIP

SCIENTIFIC BOARD

Ing. Pavel Andres, Ph.D., ING-PAED IGIP, Czech Republic

Ing. Alexander Bilčík, PhD., ING-PAED IGIP, Slovakia

prof. PhDr. Martin Bílek, Ph.D., Czech Republic

prof. Dr. Nataliia Briukhanova, ING-PAED IGIP, Ukraine

prof. Ing. Pavel Cyrus, CSc., Czech Republic

doc. PhDr. Dana Dobrovská, CSc., Czech Republic

prof. Dipl.-Ing. Franz Erhard, CMC, Austria

doc. PaedDr. Mgr. Gabriela Gabrhelová, PhD., DBA, LL.M, Slovakia

prof. PaedDr. Alena Hašková, CSc., Slovakia

doc. PaedDr. Ing. Peter Jakúbek, PhD., DBA, LL.M, Slovakia

Ing. Jana Jurinová, PhD., Slovakia

prof. Dr. Denis Kovalenko, Ukraine

prof. Dr. Elena Kovalenko, Ukraine

prof. Mag. Dr. Norbert Kraker, Austria

Ing. Lucia Krištofiaková, PhD., ING-PAED IGIP, Slovakia

Assoc. Prof. Oleksandr Kupriyanov, DrSc., Ukraine

doc. PaedDr. Ing. Daniel Lajčin, PhD., MDA, LL.M, Slovakia

doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Lengyelfalusy, PhD., Slovakia

doc. PaedDr. Juraj Miština, PhD., Slovakia

dr hab. prof. nadzw. Henryk Noga, Poland

Asoc. Prof. Dr. Tiia Rüütmann, Estland

doc. Ing. Čestmír Serafín, Ph.D., Czech Republic

prof. Mag. Dr. Christine Schörg, Austria

prof. Ing. Milan Slavík, CSc., Czech Republic

doc. RNDr. Petr Sládek, CSc., Czech Republic

prof. Mag. Christian Spreitzer, Austria

Ing. Petr Svoboda, Ph.D., ING-PAED IGIP, Czech Republic

Dr. habil. Ing. István Szőköl, PhD., Slovakia

prof. Ing. Rudolf Šlosár, PhD., Slovakia

Assoc. Prof. Kevin Taylor, USA

PhDr. Jan Válek, Ph.D., Czech Republic

prof. PhDr. Alena Vališová, CSc., Czech Republic

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

doc. PaedDr. Juraj Miština, PhD., Slovakia
Ing. Lucia Krištofiaková, PhD., ING-PAED IGIP, Slovakia
prof. Dipl.-Ing. Franz Erhard, CMC, Austria
Dipl. Meng. Roman Nesterenko, Ukraine

CONTACT ADDRESS OF THE ORGANIZER

Ing. Lucia Krištofiaková, PhD., ING-PAED IGIP

kristofiakova@dti.sk, +421 911 066 509

DTI University, Ul. Sládkovičova 533/20, 018 41 Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia

CONFERENCE VENUE

TRNAVA: The Best City For Students

Population : 65, 382 inhabitants (info from December 31st, 2017)

Area : 71,54 km²

Number of universities in Trnava: 3 (approximately 13,000 university students)

Trnava is located approximately 50 km from Bratislava, so it will take you around 30 minutes to get there by car, using D1 highway. There are good public transport connections (train, bus), too. It’s particularly famous for having many churches, earning thanks to them its nickname ‘Little Rome’.

Trnava was the first town in Slovakia which was granted the privileges of a free royal town. It was also the town that provided temporary shelter to the Archbishop of Esztergom and his Chapter, and where they remained for the next three hundred years.

Trnava, at the intersection of ancient trade routes, is the place where numerous renowned Slovak and foreign architects, builders, sculptors and painters have created a significant number of architectural gems, both sacred and profane.

The centre of the town is a varied mixture of all architectural styles from the Romanesque through the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque up to the Modern style. These attractive historical sites together constitute a remarkable urban unit which was once declared as an urban monument reserve.

Historic center of the town

Why to visit TRNAVA?

  • Trnava was the first privileged royal town in Slovakia. You can see here unique religious sights and get a glimpse of the Middle Ages when walking through its historical streets.
  • Trnava is city of 3 universities, full of students and young people
  • There are lots of coffee bars, restaurants, dance and music clubs, pubs.
  • There are also lots of opportunities for sports and active leisure time.
  • That’s right, lots of cute hipster hangouts have been established in Trnava. If hipsters are your crowd, do not miss a recently opened cultural center.
Created By
Pavel Andres
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