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Congress Venue | Sede del Congreso

School of Economics | University of Buenos Aires 781 Uriburu Str., City of Buenos Aires, Argentina Facultad de Ciencias Economicas | Universidad de Buenos Aires Uriburu 781, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Organizer | Organizador World Council of Comparative Education Societies, WCCES

Email: webmaster@wcces.com | www.wcces.com

Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Comparados en Educación, SAECE

Centro Cultural Borges. Viamonte 525, 3er piso, Pabellón de las Naciones C1053ABK, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina Email: info@saece.org.ar | www.saece.org.ar | Ph/Tel: (5411) 4314 - 0022

Endorsements | Auspicios

Congress declared of National Interest by the General Secretary of the Presidency. Resolution Nº 310, 2013. Congreso declarado de Interés Nacional por la Secretaría General de la Presidencia de la Nación. Resolución Nº 310 de 2013.

Ministerio de Educación de la Nación Dirección General de Cultura y Educación – Provincia de Buenos Aires Ministerio de Turismo de la Nación UNESCO OEI – Organización Estados Iberoamericanos Gobierno de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires UBA – Universidad de Buenos Aires UNTREF – Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero CRUP – Consejo de Rectores de Universidades Privadas ENTUR – Ente de Turismo de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires INPROTUR - Instituto de Promoción Turística

Event Management MCI Buenos Aires 1970 Santa Fe Ave.1st floor, office 1 C1123AAO, Buenos Aires, Argentina Phone: +54 11 5252 9801 / Fax: +54 11 4813 0073 E-mail: wcces2013-registration@mci-group.com Home Page: www.wcces2013.com

AUTHORITIES | AUTORIDADES

World Council of Comparative Education Societies / Consejo Mundial de Sociedades de Educación Comparada

President / Presidente Wing On Lee

Vice President / Vice Presidente Norberto Fernández Lamarra

Vice President / Vice Presidente Fatma Gök

Secretary-General / Secretario General Diane Napier

Treasurer / Tesorero David Turner

WCCES Congress Standing Committee / Comité Permanente de Congresos del WCCES

Chair / Coordinadora Lynn DAVIES (Congress Standing Committee) / (BAICE)

Members / Miembros Mina O’DOWD (NOCIES) Mousumi MUKHERjEE (CESI) Rosemary PRESTON (BAICE) Paré/Kaboré AFSATA (AFEC) Sarfaroz NIyOzOV (CIESC) Sonia NOGUERIA (SBEC) Sylvia VAN DE BUNT (NGVO)

XV WCCES World Congress Organizing Committee / Comité Oroganizador del XV Congreso Mundial del WCCES

President / Presidente Norberto FERNÁNDEz LAMARRA (SAECE – UNTREF – WCCES)

General Manager / Coordinador General Cristian PEREz CENTENO (UNTREF - SAECE)

Coordination Assistant / Asistente de Coordinación Pablo GARCÍA (UNTREF)

Academic Committee / Comité Académico Felicitas ACOSTA (UNGS – UNSAM – UNLP) – Coordinator Guillermo RUIz (UBA) – Coordinator Mónica MARQUINA (UNGS) – Coordinator Enrique DEL PERCIO (UBA) jorge GOROSTIAGA (UNSAM) Hilda LANzA (UBA) Marcela MOLLIS (UBA) Catalina NOSIGLIA (UBA) Germán SOPRANO (UNQUI)

Political-Institutional and Financial Committee / Comité Político, Institucional y Financiero javier HERMO (UBA – UP) – Coordinator Irma BRIASCO (OEI) josé FLIGUER (UCES Paula SCALITER (IIPE-Buenos Aires/UNESCO) Carlos TORRENDELL (UCA)

Logistic and Organization / Logística y Organización Cecilia PITTELLI (UP – UBA) – Coordinator Cecilia KLIGMAN (UNTREF – APORA) Gineth ÁLVAREz (UNTREF) jessica BOHAN María del Carmen PARRINO (UNSAM – UNTREF) Natalia COPPOLA (UBA) María Inés FERNÁNDEz (UNTREF) Claudio ETCHEVERRy (UNTREF)

Message from the President

I sincerely welcome you to the XV World Congress of Comparative Education, organized by the Argentinean Society of Comparative Studies in Education (SAECE) on

behalf of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES). The WCCES is an international organization of comparative and international education societies, with a history of 40 years and 39 Constituent Societies from around the world.

• As comparativists, we were established to advance the field, and we aim to promote comparative and international studies in education throughout the world.

• As educationists, we aim to uphold education for international understanding in the interests of peace, intercultural cooperation, mutual respect among peoples, and human rights. Comparative studies are conducted with a goal to explore similarities and differences in education systems, to improve education systems, and/or to realize the right of all to education.

• As a world organization, we are an NGO with a formal relationship with the UNESCO, and we maintain close linkage with our international partners, such as the International Bureau of Education. Our Statutes adhere to the ideals of the United Nations and all its member organizations.

The WCCES is an open, inviting, dynamic and inclusive community, with dedicated academics and professionals in our member societies who are responsive to both global and local educational issues, holding inter-disciplinary, intercultural and international perspectives. The WCCES is always open to diverse cultural voices from all regions of the world, and we welcome all comparative possibilities. The organization provides an umbrella to educational analysts who would like to compare, and it invites inputs from various disciplines and perspectives. The WCCES and its community of scholars contribute to a wider and more inclusive vision for the future, one that builds upon the academic resources of multiple and diverse civilizations.

As President, I feel very honoured to be able to work with our SAECE, our host, and Professor Lynn Davies, Chair of the Congress Standing Committee. We dedicate this World Congress to New Times, New Voice: Comparative Perspectives for Education, as it fully reflects the vision and mission of the WCCES in its emphasis on diversity and inclusivity. We particularly welcome those who come with a voice to make, and it will fulfill our Congress goals if we can hear a diversity of voices in the Congress, from all corners of the world and from all angles and perspectives. The Congress is organized into 12 themes, and there are many themes with specific emphases on Voices, such as ‘Theoretical and Methodological Voices’, ‘Voices from the South’, ‘Actors’ Voices in New Scenarios’, ‘Voices of Diversity’, ‘Voice and Language’, ‘Voices from Countries/areas in Conflict or Fragility’, ‘Voices from those in Adult Learning/Lifelong Learning/Nonformal Learning’, and ‘Communicating Voices’. It is particularly important for us to hear voices from the South when we are holding the Congress in Argentina. It is also important to broaden our perspec- tives on voices. As Theme 4 states, we have to ‘bring out the voice of different groups that conceptualize and/or hold stances on education and alternative paths for action. Actors may be teachers’ unions, student movements, PTAs, churches, educational communities, NGOs, businesses, grassroots movements, and from the school community.

I very much hope that you would have a great experience interacting with the different voices in the XV World Congress, and that the WCCES is a good platform for you and your voices.

Professor Wing On Lee

World Council of Comparative Education Societies, President

NEW TIMES, NEW VOICES. COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES FOR EDUCATION.

It is a great honor and pleasure for our Argentinean Society of Comparative Studies in Education (SAECE) to host the XV Comparative Education World Congress in the city of Buenos Aires. We give everyone a warm welcome and hope you can enjoy this Congress, our city and our country!

We are very satisfied for the big attendance to this World Congress where nearly 1000 oral communications and 170 panel were submitted from about 80 countries in all regions of the world. This has allowed us to offer 284 sessions with presentations based on valuable studies and researches on the major issues that concern Education around the world today.

These, together with promising conferences, panels and workshops organized in the frame of Congress, intended to account for the complex processes of political, cultural, ideological, religious, social, economic and educational transformation are occurring in the world today.

In this sense, we expect that significant Latin American presence in the Congress -about 55%, expression of academic community development in the field in recent years-, allows to make public experiences born from military dictatorships terrible effects overcoming in many countries in the region, the end of the century crisis and the neoliberal political cycle slowdown happened a decade ago and that it is devastating the planet as a whole now –especially in northern countries-. So we think it is important that this Congress contribute to a substantial modification and enrichment of North-South relationship and a new, creative and innovative rela- tionship among Southern countries in all continents.

Colleagues attendance to the Congress clearly shows this new global situation: about 55%, as I pointed out, from Latin America and the Caribbean, 15% from Asia, Africa and Oceania, and less than 30% from North America and Europe countries.

We hope, ultimately, that this XV Congress constitutes a contribution to comparative education to make itself debate field on these new processes, largely unknown until now. Also to promote the emerging of new conceptual developments, methodologies and modalities for comparative thinking, that allow to know, appreciate and evaluate current voices and thoughts as well as new ones arising in different regions, countries and cultures. We expect that our debates and contributions help governments, educational management and societies in the critical analysis of the best policy options for a fairer social and economic development of the countries. In particular, to meet successfully demands of regions, sectors and people unfairly marginalized from educational goals and policies.

I want to thank WCCES confidence exuded to SAECE to organize the XV World Congress, to all those who joined us and pushed on the task; especially, to those who

made it possible: The Argentine Presidency who stated the national interest of the Congress, National Ministry of Education, National Ministry of Tourism, UNESCO and the International Bureau of Education (IBE), Ibero American States Organization for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), Buenos Aires City Government, just like the Buenos Aires University and its School of Economics and the National University of Tres de Febrero.

I wish you enjoy our Congress and that we have a very successful academic and social meeting.

See you in three years, in Beijing 2016!

Norberto Fernández Lamarra

XV Comparative Education World Congress, President SAECE, President WCCES, Vicepresident

NUEVOS TIEMPOS, NUEVAS VOCES. PERSPECTIVAS COMPARADAS PARA LA EDUCACIÓN

Es un gran honor y un gran placer para nuestra Sociedad Argentina de Estudios Comparados en Educación (SAECE) acoger el XV Congreso Mundial de Educación

Comparada aquí, en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. ¡Les damos a todos la más cordial bienvenida y esperamos que puedan disfrutar de este Congreso, de nuestra ciudad

y de nuestro país!

Realmente estamos muy satisfechos por la importante convocatoria académica para este Congreso Mundial por haber recibido cerca de 1000 comunicaciones orales y alrededor de 170 propuestas de paneles para ser presentados provenientes de colegas alrededor de 80 países de todas las regiones del mundo. Esto nos ha permitido organizar 284 sesiones con ponencias basadas en valiosos estudios y en importantes investigaciones acerca de las principales problemáticas que preocupan a la Educación en la actualidad a nivel mundial.

Éstos, junto a las prometedoras conferencias, paneles y talleres que hemos organizado y que enmarcan nuestro Congreso, pretenden dar cuenta de los complejos procesos de transformación política, cultural, ideológica, religiosa, social, económica y pedagógica, se están produciendo en el mundo hoy.

En este sentido, esperamos que la muy significativa presencia latinoamericana –alrededor del 55%, expresión del crecimiento de su comunidad académica en el campo de la educación comparada de los últimos años- que se da cita en el Congreso, pueda dar a conocer las experiencias derivadas de la superación de los efectos nefastos de las dictaduras militares en muchos países de la región, las crisis de fin de siglo pasado y del agotamiento del ciclo político neoliberal, que hoy castiga al mundo, especialmente a los países del Norte. Por eso creemos importante que este Congreso contribuya a una modificación sustancial y al enriqueci- miento de la relación Norte- Sur y a una nueva, creativa e innovadora relación entre los países del Sur de todos los continentes.

La participación de colegas en el Congreso muestra claramente este nuevo panorama mundial: alrededor del 55% -como ya lo señalé- provienen de América Latina

y el Caribe, el 15 % de Asia, África y Oceanía, y menos del 30% de países de América del Norte y Europa.

Esperamos, en definitiva, que el Congreso constituya un aporte para que la educación comparada sea uno de los ámbitos principales de debate sobre estos nuevos procesos, en su mayor parte desconocidos hasta la actualidad. También para propiciar la expresión de nuevos desarrollos conceptuales, nuevas metodologías y nuevas modalidades para el pensamiento comparativo, que permita conocer, apreciar y evaluar las voces y pensamientos ya vigentes, así como las nuevas emer- gentes -muchas con importantes impactos- en diferentes regiones, países y culturas. Esperamos que nuestros debates y aportes ayuden a los gobiernos, a las gestiones educativas y a las sociedades nacionales en el análisis crítico de las mejores opciones políticas para el más justo desarrollo social y económico de los países. En particular, para atender satisfactoriamente las demandas de las regiones, de los sectores y de las personas –hasta ahora- injustamente marginadas de los objetivos y políticas de la educación.

Quiero agradecer al WCCES por la confianza depositada en nuestra Sociedad para organizar este XV Congreso Mundial, a todos aquellos que nos acompañaron e impulsaron en la tarea y, muy especialmente, a aquellos que lo hicieron posible: a la Presidencia de la Nación por haberlo declarado de Interés nacional, al Ministe- rio de Educación de la Nación, al Ministerio de Turismo de la Nación, a la UNESCO y a su International Bureau of Education (IBE), Ibero American States Organization for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), National Ministry of Tourism, Buenos Aires City Government, así como -muy especialmente- a la Universidad de Buenos Aires, a su Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y a la Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero.

Les deseo que disfruten de nuestro congreso y que tengamos un muy exitoso encuentro académico y social.

¡Nos vemos dentro de tres años en Beijing 2016 !

Norberto Fernández Lamarra

XV Comparative Education World Congress, President SAECE, President WCCES, Vicepresident

CONGRESS AGENDA

TIME

SUN 23

MON 24

 

TUE 25

 

WED 26

THU 27

FRI 28

   

OPENING SESSION

Panel 2 Fifty years After Angicos. Paulo Freire, Popular Education and the Struggle for a Better World.

Miguel PEREYRA Cosmopolitanism, history and schooling in the late modern world: the origins of the study of educational systems in teacher education

Panel 5 Education investment and equity: economic contributions to comparative education

Sondra HALE Postcolonialism, social movements and gender in a new world

9:00

WCCES Meeting

Presidential Address

10:45

 

C

O F F E E – B R E A K

 

OPENING CONFERENCE Bernardo KLIKSBERG Development and education for new times

Highlighted Panel 1 New times for education assessment:

a regional gaze

     

Highlighted Panel 7 Europe: Paradigm of supranational policies on education and cooperation

Parallel

 

11:00

12:30

 

Parallel

Session 3

Highlighted Panel 4 Revisiting the Delors Report II

Parallel

Session 6

Session

9

Parallel

Session 12

12:30

   

L U N C H

         

Highlighted Panel 2 Reflections on CE in Asia and the Pacific.

   

Highlighted Panel 5 Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities. I

 

Highlighted Panel 8 North American perspectives on Comparative Education and the study of educational systems. Discussions and prospectives

Parallel

 

13:30

15:00

Parallel

Session 1

Parallel

Session 4

Parallel

Session 7

Session

10

Parallel

Session 13

Ibero

WCCES Meeting

American

 

WCCES Meeting

   

Comparative

               
     

Education

         

Societies

Highlighted Panel 3 Innovation on ICT incorporation in education

Highlighted Panel 6 Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities. II

 

Meeting

 

Highlighted Panel 9 Voices, views, issues and Comparative Education research across Africa

Parallel

15:15

16:45

Workshop 1

SITEAL

Parallel

Session 2

Parallel

Session 5

Parallel

Session 8

Session

11

WCCES

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Workshop 2

CE journals

   

16:45

   

C

O F F E E – B R E A K

17:15

Panel 1 Institutional reconfiguration of CE field: New voices, new societies

 

Panel 4 World Culture Re-Contextualized: Alternative Approaches to the Global/ Local Nexus

   

18:45

Panel 3 Revisiting the Delors Report I

Panel 6 Democratization of education systems:

educational policies for new times and new actors

Youth Orchestra

Argentine Music National Orchestra “Juan de Dios Filiberto”

 

Gala Dinner

National Folk Ballet with Peteco Carabajal

 

EVENING

Welcome Cocktail

TANGO PORTEÑO

AGENDA DEL CONGRESO

HORARIO

9:00

10:45

11:00 12:30

12:30

13:30 15:00

15:15 16:45

16:45

17:15 18:45

EVENING

DOM 23

LUN 24

 

MAR 25

 

MIÉ 26

JUE 27

Reunión del WCCES

ACTO DE APERTURA Mensaje Presidencial

Panel 2 50 años después de Angicos. Paulo Freire, Educación Popular y la lucha por un mundo mejor.

Miguel PEREYRA Cosmopolitismo, historia y escolarización en el mundo contemporáneo: los orígenes del estudio de los sistemas educativos en la formación del profesorado

Panel 5 Inversión en educación y equidad: aportes de la economía a la educación comparada

 

C

O F F E E – B R E A K

CONFERENCIA DE APERTURA Bernardo KLIKSBERG Desarrollo y Educación para nuevos tiempos

Panel Destacado 1 Nuevos tiempos en la evaluación de la educación: una mirada regional

     

Panel Destacado 7 Europa: el paradigma de políticas supranacionales en educación y cooperación

Sesión

 

Sesión

Paralela 3

Panel Destacado 4 Revisitando el Informe Delors II

Sesión

Paralela 6

Paralela

9

   

L U N C H

       

Panel Destacado 2 Reflexiones sobre EC en Asia y el Pacífico.

   

Panel Destacado 5 Cambios actuales en la profesión académica en el mundo: tendencias y especificidades I

 

Panel Destacado 8 Perspectivas norteamericanas sobre EC y el estudio de los sistemas educativos. Discusiones y prospectivas.

Sesión

Sesión

Paralela 1

Sesión

Paralela 4

Sesión

Paralela 7

Paralela

10

Reunión del WCCES

Reunión de

Reunión del WCCES

Sociedades

     
   

de Educación

       

Comparada de

Panel Destacado 3 Innovación en la inclusión de TIC en la educación

Iberoamérica

Panel Destacado 6 Cambios actuales en la profesión académica en el mundo: tendencias y especificidades II

Panel Destacado 9 Voces, visiones, cuestiones e investigación en EC en África.

Sesión

 

Workshop 1

SITEAL

Sesión

Paralela 2

Sesión

Paralela 5

 

Sesión

Paralela 8

Paralela

11

Workshop 2 Revistas de EC

 
   

C

O F F E E – B R E A K

 

Panel 1 Reconfiguración Institucional del campo de la EC: nuevas voces y sociedades.

   

Panel 6 La democratización de los sistemas educativos:

Panel 3 Revisitando el Informe Delors I

Panel 4 Recontextualización de la cultura mundial:

enfoques alternativos al vínculo global-local.

políticas educativas para nuevos tiempos y actores

Orquesta Juvenil Cocktail de Bienvenida

Orquesta Nacional de Música Argentina “Juan de Dios Filiberto”

 

Cena de Camaradería TANGO PORTEÑO

Ballet Folklórico Nacional con Peteco Carabajal

VIE 28

Sondra HALE Post-colonialismo, movimientos sociales y género en un nuevo mundo.

Parallel

Session 12

Parallel

Session 13

ASAMBLEA GENERAL

WCCES

TIMETABLE AND ROOMS | HORARIOS Y SALAS

MONDAY 24 JUNE

AUDITORIUM

9:00

 

10:45

OPENING SESSION: New Times, New Voices. Comparative Perspectives for Education

 

11:00

 

12:30

OPENING CONFERENCE: BERNARDO KLISBERG - Development and education for new time

 
   

SALÓN DE

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AUDITORIUM

ACTOS

13:30

     

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15:00

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15:15

   

Workshop

 

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1

16:45

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OC13

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AUDITORIUM

17:15

18:45

PANEL 1: Institutional reconfiguration of comparative education field: New voices, new societies

TUESDAY 25 JUNE

AUDITORIUM

9:00

 

10:45

PANEL 2: Fifty Years After Angicos. Paulo Freire, Popular Education and the Struggle for a Better World that is Possible

 
   

SALÓN DE

SUM

ROOM A

 

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AUDITORIUM

ACTOS

11:00

 

Highlighted

 

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12:30

Panel 1

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Iberoamerican

     

Prospects

 

Meeting

                                       

13:30

Comparative

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15:00

Education

Panel 2

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Societies Meeting

 

15:15

 

Highlighted

Workshop

2

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launching 1

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Panel 3

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AUDITORIUM

17:15

18:45

PANEL 3: Revisiting the Delors Report

WEDNESDAY 26 JUNE

AUDITORIUM

9:00

 

10:45

Miguel PEREYRA - Cosmopolitanism, history and schooling in the late modern world: the origins of the study of educational systems in teacher education

 
   

SALÓN DE

 

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AUDITORIUM

ACTOS

SUM

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12:30

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13:30

WCCES Meeting

Highlighted

   

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Panel 5

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17:15-

   

18:45

PANEL 4: World Culture Re-Contextualized

THURSDAY 27 JUNE

 

AUDITORIUM

 

9:00

 

10:45

PANEL 5: Education investment and equity: economic contributions to comparative education

 
   

SALÓN DE

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

ROOM F

ROOM G

ROOM H

ROOM I

ROOM j

ROOM K

ROOM L

ROOM M

ROOM N

ROOM O

ROOM P

ROOM Q

ROOM R

ROOM S

ROOM T

ROOM U

ROOM V

AUDITORIUM

ACTOS

SUM

11:00

Highlighted

   

TG1

TG1

TG2

TG3

TG3

TG4

TG4

TG5

TG5

TG5

TG7

TG7

TG7

TG8

TG9

TG9

TG10

TG11

TG12

TG6

TG6

TG6

2:30

Panel 7

OC6

0C12

OC4

OC8

P8

OC16

OC17

OC17

OC18

P9

OC17

OC18

P8

OC4

OC17

OC18

OC6

OC9

OC8

OC9

P9

P7

13:30

Highlighted

   

TG1

TG5

Alternative

Session 1

TG3

TG3

TG4

TG4

TG5

TG5

TG5

TG7

TG7

TG7

TG8

TG9

TG9

TG10

TG11

TG12

TG6

TG6

TG6

15:00

Panel 8

P4

OC25

OC9

P12

P2

OC18

OC19

OC20

P10

OC19

C20

P9

P3

OC19

OC20

OC7

OC10

OC9

OC10

P10

OC18

15:15

Highlighted

   

TG1

TG3

Alternative

Session 2

TG3

TG3

TG4

TG4

TG5

TG5

 

TG7

TG7

TG7

TG12

TG9

TG9

TG11

TG11

TG12

TG6

TG9

TG6

16:45

Panel 9

OC7

P15

OC10

P9

OC19

OC20

OC21

OC22

OC21

OC22

P10

P2

OC21

OC22

P2

OC11

OC10

OC11

P5

OC19

AUDITORIUM

17:15

18:45

PANEL 6: Democratization of education systems: educational policies for new times and actors

FRIDAY 28 JUNE

AUDITORIUM

9:00

 

10:45

SONDRA HALE - Postcolonialism, social movements and gender in a new world

 
   

SALÓN DE

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

ROOM F

ROOM G

ROOM H

ROOM I

ROOM j

ROOM K

ROOM L

ROOM M

ROOM N

ROOM O

ROOM P

ROOM Q

ROOM R

ROOM S

ROOM T

ROOM U

ROOM V

AUDITORIUM

ACTOS

SUM

11:00

     

TG1

 

TG2

TG3

TG3

TG4

Book

launching 2

TG5

 

TG5

TG7

TG7

 

TG8

TG9

TG9

TG10

TG11

TG12

TG6

TG6

TG6

12:30

OC8

OC5

OC11

P10

OC21

P12

P14

OC23

OC24

OC5

OC23

P3

OC8

OC12

OC11

OC12

P12

OC20

13:30

     

TG1

TG3

TG2

TG3

TG3

TG4

TG1

TG5

   

TG7

TG7

TG7

TG12

TG9

 

TG10

 

TG12

TG6

TG6

TG6

15:00

P5

P16

OC6

OC12

P11

OC22

P3

OC26

OC25

OC26

P11

OC14

P4

P3

OC12

OC13

P13

OC21

SALÓN DE ACTOS

 

WCCES GENERAL ASSEMBLY and CLOSING CEREMONY

15:15

16:45

ROOM

ROOM NUMBER

LOCATION

ROOM

ROOM NUMBER

LOCATION

A

430

3° floor (New Building)

N

452

5° floor (New Building)

B

432

3° floor (New Building)

O

453

5° floor (New Building)

C

433

3° floor (New Building)

P

454

5° floor (New Building)

D

434

3° floor (New Building)

Q

456

5° floor (New Building)

E

436

3° floor (New Building)

R

457

5° floor (New Building)

F

438

3° floor (New Building)

S

458

5° floor (New Building)

G

440

4° floor (New Building)

T

459

5° floor (New Building)

H

442

4° floor (New Building)

U

Aula 212

2° floor (Old Building)

I

443

4° floor (New Building)

V

Aula 120

1° floor (Old Building)

j

444

4° floor (New Building)

Salon de Actos

 

2° floor (Old Building)

K

446

4° floor (New Building)

Auditorio

 

Main Floor (New Building)

L

448

4° floor (New Building)

SUM

 

1° floor (Old Building)

M

450

5° floor (New Building)

Room 16

 

Main Floor (Old Building)

PLENARY SESSIONS / SESIONES PLENARIAS

OPENING

New Times, New Voices. Comparative Perspectives for Education.

SESSION

Participants

Alberto Sileoni (Minister of Education, Argentina)

Qian Tang (Assistant Director - General for Education, UNESCO)

Darío Pulfer (Ibero American States Organization, Regional Director)

Wing On Lee (WCCES, President)

Norberto Fernández Lamarra (SAECE, President)

Rubén Hallú (Buenos Aires University, President)

Alberto Barbieri (School of Economics/UBA, Dean)

Aníbal Jozami (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, President)

Date & Time

Monday 24 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Room

Auditorium

Name

Bernardo KLIKSBERG

Institution

UNDP – Buenos Aires University, Argentina

Conference Title

Development and Education for new times

Chair

Alberto Sileoni (Minister of Education, Argentina)

Date

Monday 24 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.

Room

Auditorium

ACTO DE

Nuevos tiempos, nuevas voces. Perspectivas comparadas para la educación.

APERTURA

Participantes

Alberto Sileoni (Ministro de Educación, Argentina)

Qian Tang (Subdirector General de Educación, UNESCO)

Darío Pulfer (Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, Director Regional)

Wing On Lee (WCCES, Presidente)

Norberto Fernández Lamarra (SAECE, Presidente)

Rubén Hallú (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Rector)

Alberto Barbieri (Facultad de Ciencias Económicas/UBA, Decano)

Aníbal Jozami (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Rector)

Fecha y

Horario

Lunes 24 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs

Sala

Auditorio

Nombre

Bernardo KLIKSBERG

Institución

UNDP – Universidad de Buenos Aires

Título de la Conferencia

Desarrollo y Educación para nuevos tiempos.

Coordinador

Alberto Sileoni (Ministro de Educación, Argentina)

Fecha y Horario

Lunes 24 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.

Sala

Auditorio

 

Institutional reconfiguration of comparative education field:

Panel 1

New voices, new societies

Coordination and

comments

María Manzon (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

Participants

Willibroad Dze-Ngwa (AFRICE, Cameroon) Sunethra Karunaratne (IOCES, India) Marco Aurelio Navarro Leal (SOMEC, Mexico)

Date & Time

Monday 24 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs.

Room

Auditorium

Panel 2

Fifty Years After Angicos. Paulo Freire, Popular Education and the Struggle for a Better World that is Possible

Chair

Clementina Acedo (IBE, UNESCO)

Participants

Carlos Alberto Torres (Un. of California at Los Angeles, USA) José E. Romão (Uninove, Brazil) Anne Hickling-Hudson (Queensland Un. of Technology, Australia)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Room

Auditorium

Panel 3 & Highlighted Panel 4

Revisiting the Delors Report

Coordinación

Sobhi Tawil (UNESCO)

Participants

Mark Bray (University of Hong Kong - UNESCO) José Joaquín Bruner (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile) Ruksana Osman (Un. of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) Ruwaida Abu Rass (Beit Berl College, Israel) Tapio Varis (University of Tampere, Finland)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs. & Wednesday 26 / 11:00 – 12:30hs.

Room

Auditorium

Panel 1

La reconfiguración institucional del campo de la educación comparada: Nuevas voces, nuevas sociedades.

Coordinación y

María Manzon (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

comentarios

Participantes

Willibroad Dze-Ngwa (AFRICE, Cameroon) Sunethra Karunaratne (IOCES, India) Marco Aurelio Navarro Leal (SOMEC, Mexico)

Fecha y Horario

Lunes 24 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Panel 2

Cincuenta años después de Angicos. Paulo Freire, la Educación Popular y la lucha por un posible mundo mejor

Coordinación

Clementina Acedo (IBE, UNESCO)

Participantes

Carlos Alberto Torres (Un. of California at Los Angeles, USA) José E. Romão (Uninove, Brazil) Anne Hickling-Hudson (Queensland Un. of Technology, Australia)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Panel 3 y Panel Destacado 4

Revisitando el Informe Delors

Coordinación

Sobhi Tawil (UNESCO)

Participantes

Mark Bray (University of Hong Kong / UNESCO) José Joaquín Bruner (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile) Ruksana Osman (University of the Witwatersrand, Sudáfrica) Ruwaida Abu Rass (Beit Berl College, Israel) Tapio Varis (University of Tampere, Finlandia)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs. y Miércoles 26 / 11:00 – 12:30hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Name

Miguel PEREYRA

Institution

University of Granada, Spain

Conference Title

Cosmopolitanism, History and Schooling in the Late Modern World: The Origins of the Study of Educational Systems in Teacher Education.

Coordinator

Dario Pulfer (Organization of Ibero-American States, Regional Director)

Date

Wednesday 26 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Room

Auditorium

Panel 4

World Culture Re-Contextualized: Alternative Approaches to the Global/Local Nexus

Coordination and

comments

Jürgen Schriewer / Humboldt University, Germany

Participants

Gita Steiner-Khamsi (Columbia University, USA) Barbara Schulte (Lund University, Sweden) Julia Resnik (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Date & Time

Wednesday 26 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.

Room

Auditorium

Panel 5

Education investment and equity: economic contributions to comparative education

Coordination and

comments

José Luis Giusti (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Participants

Ana María García de Fanelli (CEDES, Argentina) Oscar Cetrángolo (Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean) Javier Curcio (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Date & Time

Thursday 27 / 9:00 – 10:45hs.

Room

Auditorium

Nombre

Miguel PEREYRA

Institución

Universidad de Granada, España

Título de la Conferencia

Cosmopolitismo, Historia y Escolarización en el mundo contemporáneo: Los orígenes del estudio de los sistemas educativos en la formación del profesorado

Coordinador

Dario Pulfer (Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, Director Regional)

Fecha y Horario

Miércoles 26 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Panel 4

Recontextualización de la cultura mundial: enfoques alternativos al vínculo global/local.

Coordinación

Jürgen Schriewer / Humboldt University, Alemania

Participantes

Gita Steiner-Khamsi (Columbia University, EE.UU.) Barbara Schulte (Lund University, Suecia) Julia Resnik (Universidad Hebrea de Jerusalén, Israel)

Fecha y Horario

Miércoles 26 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Panel 5

Inversión en educación y equidad: aportes de la economía a la educación comparada

Coordinación

José Luis Giusti (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Participantes

Ana María García de Fanelli (CEDES, Argentina) Oscar Cetrángolo (CEPAL) Javier Curcio (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Fecha y Horario

Jueves 27 / 9:00 – 10:45hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Panel 6

Democratization of education systems: educational policies for new times and actors.

Coordination and

María Catalina Nosiglia (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina).

comments

Participants

Juan Carlos Tedesco (Universidad Nacional de General San Martín, Argentina) Norberto Fernández Lamarra (UNTREF – SAECE – WCCES, Ar- gentina) Liu Baocun (Beijing Normal University, China) Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)

Date & Time

Thursday 27 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.

Room

Auditorium

Name

Sondra HALE

Institution

University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA

Conference Title

Postcolonialism, social movements and Gender in a new world.

Chair

Christine Fox (University of Wollongong, Australia - WCCES

Date

Friday 28 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Room

Auditorium

 

WCCES GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Date

Friday 28 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

Salón de Actos

Panel 6

La democratización de los sistemas educativos: políticas educativas para nuevos tiempos y actores

Coordinación

María Catalina Nosiglia (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina).

Participantes

Juan Carlos Tedesco (Universidad Nacional de General San Martín, Argentina) Norberto Fernández Lamarra (UNTREF – SAECE – WCCES, Ar- gentina) Liu Baocun (Beijing Normal University, China) Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)

Fecha y Horario

Jueves 27 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.

Sala

Auditorio

Nombre

Sondra HALE

Institución

University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), EE.UU.

Título de la Conferencia

Post-colonialismo, movimientos sociales y género en un nuevo mundo

Coordinador

Christine Fox (University of Wollongong, Australia - WCCES

Fecha y Horario

Viernes 28 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.

Sala

Auditorio

 

ASAMBLEA GENERAL WCCES

Fecha

Viernes 28 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Sala

Salón de Actos

PARALELL SESSIONS:

HIGHLIGHTED PANELS & WORKSHOPS / PANELES DESTACADOS Y WORKSHOPS

Workshop 1

SITEAL / Information System on Educational Trends in Latin America

Chair

International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO Ibero American States Organization (OEI)

Date & Time

Monday 24 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

SUM

Highlighted Panel 1

New times for education assessment: a regional gaze

Chair

Marisa Díaz (Ministry of Education – Argentina)

Participants

Mario Rueda Beltrán (UNAM, México) Margarita Poggi (IIPE/UNESCO, Argentina) Lilia Toranzos (OEI, Argentina) Pedro Ravela (Instituto de Evaluación Educativa, Uruguay) Luiz Cláudio Costa (Instituto Nacional de Estudios e Pesquisas Educacionais, Brazil)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.

Room

Salón de Actos

Highlighted Panel

Reflections on Comparative Education in Asia and the Pacific:

2

looking forward to XVI WCCES Congress

Chair

Wing On Lee (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

Participants

Rui Yang (University of Hong Kong, China) Ru-Jer Wang and Yueh-Chun Huang (Nat. Chiayi University, Taiwan) Anthony Welch (University of Sidney, Australia) Otsuka Yutaka (Hiroshima University, Japan) Yingjie Wang (Beijing Normal University, China)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 13:30 – 15:00.

Room

Salón de Actos

Workshop 1

SITEAL / Sistema de Información de Tendencias Educativas en América Latina

Coordinación

Instituto Internacional de Planificación de la Educación (IIPE), UNESCO, Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos (OEI)

Fecha y Horario

Lunes 24 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Sala

SUM

Panel Destacado 1

Nuevos tiempos en la evaluación de la educación: una mirada regional

Coordinación

Marisa Díaz (Ministerio de Educación – Argentina)

Participantes

Mario Rueda Beltrán (UNAM, México) Margarita Poggi (IIPE/UNESCO, Argentina) Lilia Toranzos (OEI, Argentina) Pedro Ravela (Instituto de Evaluación Educativa, Uruguay) Luiz Cláudio Costa (Instituto Nacional de Estudios e Pesquisas Educacionais, Brasil)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.

Sala

Salón de Actos

 

Reflexiones sobre Educación Comparada en Asia y el Pacífico:

Panel Destacado 2

hacia el XVI Congreso del WCCES.

Coordinación

Wing On Lee (National Institute of Education, Singapur)

Participantes

Rui Yang (University of Hong Kong, China) Ru-Jer Wang and Yueh-Chun Huang (Nat. Chiayi University, Taiwán) Anthony Welch (University of Sidney, Australia) Otsuka Yutaka (Hiroshima University, Japón) Yingjie Wang (Beijing Normal University, China)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 13:30 – 15:00.

Sala

Salón de Actos

Highlighted Panel 3

Innovation on ICT incorporation in education

Chair

Verónica Piovani (Teacher Training National Institute, Argentina)

Participants

Sandro Marcone (Ministry of Education, Peru) Luis Garibaldi (Ceibal Childhood and Youth Support Center, Uruguay) Aleida Rodriguez (Camaina Project, Venezuela) Silvina Gvirtz (Conectar Igualdad Program, Argentina)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

Salón de Actos

Workshop 2

Generation and Dissemination of Knowledge in the Field of Comparative Education. The View of Scientific/Scholarly Journal Editors.

Chair

Jorge Delgado Troncoso (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

Date & Time

Tuesday 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

SUM

Highlighted Panel 5

Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities in comparative perspective (Part I).

Chair

Hong Sheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)

Participants

Timo Aareevara (University of Helsinki, Finland) Glen Jones (UNiversity of Toronto, Canada) Futao Huang (University of Hiroshima, Japan) Charl Woulhuter (North-West University, South Africa)

Date & Time

Wednesday 26 / 13:30 – 15:00.

Room

Salón de Actos

Panel Destacado 3

Innovación en la inclusión de TIC en la educación

Coordinación

Verónica Piovani (Inst. Nac. de Formación Docente, Argentina)

Participantes

Sandro Marcone (Ministerio de Educación, Perú) Luis Garibaldi (Centro Ceibal de Apoyo a la Niñez y Adolescencia, Uruguay) Aleida Rodriguez (Proyecto Camaina, Venezuela) Silvina Gvirtz (Programa Conectar Igualdad, Argentina)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Sala

Salón de Actos

Workshop 2

Generación y Difusión del Conocimiento en el Campo de la Educación Comparada. Visión de los Editores de Revistas Científico-Académicas.

Coordinación

Jorge Delgado Troncoso (University of Pittsburgh, EE.UU.)

Fecha y Horario

Martes 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

SUM

 

Cambios actuales en la profesión académica en el mundo:

Panel Destacado 5

tendencias y especificidades en perspectiva comparada (parte I)

Coordinación

Hong Sheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)

Participantes

Timo Aareevara (University of Helsinki, Finlandia) Glen Jones (UNiversity of Toronto, Canadá) Futao Huang (University of Hiroshima, Japón) Charl Woulhuter (North-West University, Sudáfrica)

Fecha y Horario

Miércoles 26 / 13:30 – 15:00.

Sala

Salón de Actos

Highlighted Panel 6

Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities in comparative perspective (Part II).

Chair

Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Participants

Rui Santiago, Teresa Carvalho and Sofía Sousa (University of Aveiro & CIPES, Portugal) Hong Shen, Liu Zhiyuan and Qinggen Zhang (Huazhong Univer- sity of Science and Technology, China) Mariela Ferreiro y Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Date & Time

Wednesday 26 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Room

Salón de Actos

Highlighted Panel 7

Europe: Paradigm of supranational policies on education and cooperation

Chair

Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)

Participants

Alfonso Diestro Fernández / UNED, Spain Javier Valle López (Madrid Autonomous University, Spain), Iveta Silova (Lehigh University, Pensilvania, USA) Noah W. Sobe (Loyola University, Chicago, USA - EU Office)

Date & Time

Thursday 27 / 11:00 – 12:30hs.

Room

Auditorium

Highlighted Panel 8

North American perspectives on Comparative Education and the study of educational systems. Discussions and prospectives.

Chair

Aaron Benavot (University at Albany, SUNY, USA)

Participants

Stephen Klees (University of Maryland, USA) David Baker (Pennsylvania State University, USA) Gita Steiner-Khamsi (Teachers College, Columbia, USA)

Date & Time

Thursday 27 / 13:30 – 15:00Hs

Room

Auditorium

 

Cambios actuales en la profesión académica en el mundo:

Panel Destacado 6

tendencias y especificidades en perspectiva comparada (parte II)

Coordinación

Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Participantes

Rui Santiago, Teresa Carvalho and Sofía Sousa (University of Aveiro & CIPES, Portugal) Hong Shen, Liu Zhiyuan and Qinggen Zhang (Huazhong Univer- sity of Science and Technology, China) Mariela Ferreiro y Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)

Fecha y Horario

Miércoles 26 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.

Sala

Salón de Actos

Panel Destacado 7

Europa: el paradigma de políticas supranacionales respecto de la educación y la cooperación

Coordinación

Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, España)

Participantes