2nd International Conference of the journal "Scuola Democratica"

REINVENTING EDUCATION - 3-4-5 JUNE 2021, virtual mode

The Second International Conference of the journal “Scuola Democratica” hosts more than 100 panels which are clustered in 10 Streams covering a very wide range of themes and disciplines concerning education today.

Before submitting your Abstract/Paper please read the Submission Guidelines carefully. Panel Sessions of the Conference are listed below. By clicking on the title of each Panel Sessions you can download and read the corresponding Call for Abstracts/Papers.

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A. Reinventing Education: New Relationships Between Education and Society in a Global Perspective

A.1. Linguistic Pluralism And Minorities In A New Global Perpective: Education And Linguistic Policies
Antonietta Marra (University of Cagliari), Giulia Grosso (University of Cagliari), Antonietta De Feo (University Roma Tre) 

A.2. Education in a multi religious scenario: a critical discussion on the aims and outcomes of teaching religion(s) in public schools
Valeria Fabretti (Centre for Religious Studies, Bruno Kessler Foundation), Maria Chiara Giorda (Roma Tre University, Department of Humanities)

A.3. Re-inventing the relationship between school and families: constraints, inequalities and new opportunities
Brunella Fiore (University Milan-Bicocca), Paolo Barabanti (University Cattolica of Milan)

A.4. What is the aim of education?
Massimo Baldacci (University of Urbino)

A.5. Social And Emotional Skills In Sociological Perspective. A Fresh Look On Learning And Assessment
Andrea Maccarini (University of Padua), Luisa Ribolzi (University of Genova and ANVUR)

A.6. Education Now: To Compare For Understanding The Unexpected
Donatella Palomba (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”), Carlo Cappa (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)

A.7. The America Syndrome: The Influence Of The United States On European Educational Cultures And Policies, Between Myth And Reality
Luana Salvarani (University of Parma), Andrea Giacomantonio (University of Parma)

A.8. Economic And Financial Education: New Multidisciplinary Scenarios
Luca Refrigeri (University of Molise), Emanuela E. Rinaldi (University of Milan-Bicocca)

A.9. Education For Sustainability [Efs] As A Ground For Innovation Both In Methodology And Knowledge. A Strategic Alliance For Transformative Education Between Schools And Community
Giovanni Borgarello (Regione Piemonte), Michela Mayer (IASS – Associazione Italiana Scienza per la Sostenibilità), Giovanna Del Gobbo (University of Florence)

A.10. Education in times of a societal and political crisis or a crisis of education? A dialogue between sociology and philosophy
Romuald Normand (University of Strasbourg), Roberto Serpieri (University of Naples, Federico II)

A.11. Learning from contemporary complexities. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education and Care in times of (post) pandemic
Susanna Mantovani (University of Milan-Bicocca, Department of Human Sciences for Education), Giulia Pastori (University of Milan-Bicocca, Department of Human Sciences for Education)

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B. Reinventing (Multilevel) Citizenship and Democracy as a Fundamental Education Mission

B.1. Education, Democracy And Rationalization
Fiorenzo Parziale (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Felice Addeo (University of Salerno)

B.2. Investigating Civic And Citizenship Education At 8th Grade: Insights From The International Civic And Citizenship Education Study (Iccs 2016)
Valeria Damiani (LUMSA University), Gabriella Agrusti (LUMSA University)

B.3. The International Dimension Of Citizenship And Civic Education
Mattia Baiutti (Fondazione Intercultura), Roberto Ruffino (Fondazione Intercultura)

B.4. Educating To Civic Mindedness At School: Law 92/2019 And Beyond
Tatiana Arrigoni (IPRASE – Istituto Provinciale di Ricerca e Sperimentazione Educativa, Trentino), Chiara Tamanini (IPRASE – Istituto Provinciale di Ricerca e Sperimentazione Educativa, Trentino), Simone Virdia (IPRASE – Istituto Provinciale di Ricerca e

B.5. Religions In The Face Of Planetary Issues: What Would Be The Contribution For Education To Citizenship
Silvia Guetta (University of Florence), Carla Roverselli (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)

B.6. Curriculum of Digital Civic Education, Teaching of Civic Education and new Citizenship
Stefano Pasta (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart – Milan), Pier Cesare Rivoltella (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart – Milan)

B.7. Inclusive Citizenship Education in Times of Crisis
Dirk Lange (University of Vienna / Leibniz University Hannover), Steve Kenner (University of Vienna / Leibniz University Hannover, Center for Inclusive Citizenship)

B.8. Transforming Citizenship Through Civic Education. Approaches, Methods, Experiences
Giovanni Moro (“Sapienza University” of Rome), Beatrice Borghi (Alma Mater University of Bologna)

B.9. Improvising Citizenship: a new horizon in the landscapes of Philosophy for Children and Capability Approach
Marina Santi (University of Padua), Eleonora Zorzi (University of Padua)

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C. Reinventing the Relationship Between School and Work

C.1. Evolution of VET systems in Europe between demands for economic recovery and reduction of inequalities
Sandra D’Agostino (INAPP – Institute for Public Policy Innovation), Silvia Vaccaro (INAPP – Institute for Public Policy Innovation)

C.2. Lifelong Learning And Continuing Education As A Complex And Interdisciplinary Framework For The 21st Century
Giuditta Alessandrini (University Roma Tre), Massimiliano Costa (University of Venice Ca’ Foscari), Daniela Dato (University of Foggia)

C.3. Networks Of Practice: Informal Learning And The ‘Employability’ Policy/Curriculum Discourse in STEM
Simon Leonard (University of South Australia), Manuela Repetto (University of Turin)

C.4. From Higher Education To Professional Contexts: Experiences Of Personalization
Laura Formenti (University of Milan Bicocca), Andrea Galimberti (University of Milan Bicocca)

C.5. Re-Entry To School Rethinking Adult Education In The Cpia
Giuseppe Luca De Luca Picione (University of Naples Federico II), Domenico Trezza (University of Naples Federico II)

C.6. School Work Alternance: What Challenges For National Educational Systems?
Donatella Poliandri (INVALSI – Italian National Institute for the Educational Evaluation for Instruction and Training), Mauro Palumbo (University of Genoa)

C.7. Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Southern Europe
Pinna Gabriele (University of Cagliari), Podda Antonello (University of Cagliari)

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D. Reinventing Equality and Inclusion in Education and the Question of Differences

D.1. Neurosciences in education. Challenges and opportunities in reducing inequalities and promoting inclusion thought brain-based research approaches
Sara Mori (IUL – Università Telematica degli Studi), Silvia Panzavolta (IUL – Università Telematica degli Studi), Alessia Rosa (IUL – Università Telematica degli Studi)

D.2. Equality, Inclusion And Diversity: Educational Challenges In The Time Of Global Pandemic
Giovanna Giurlanda (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”), Orsola Iermano (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)

D.3. Young people of foreign origin and educational failures: key-roles and actions to contain dropout’s risk and promote inclusion
Antonello SCIALDONE (INAPP), Riccardo MORRI (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

D.4. Adoption, foster care, and the complexity of education
Monya Ferritti (INAPP), Anna Guerrieri (University of L’Aquila)

D.5. High School Choices In Tracked Systems. Can School Guidance Be An Effective Means For Reducing Family Background Inequalities?
Dalit Contini (University of Turin), Camilla Borgna (CCA – Collegio Carlo Alberto)

D.6. The Disability Studies approach in the analysis of educational inequalities and in the structuring of contrasting measures
Fabio Bocci (Roma Tre University), Alessandra M. Straniero (University of Calabria), Simona D’Alessio (GRIDS – Gruppo di ricerca Inclusione e Disability)

D.7. Inclusive Science Education With and For Society
Luisa Zecca (University of Milan-Bicocca), Gabriel Lemkow Tovias (Fundacio Universitaria del Bages)

D.8. Reading and reading aloud as a means of promoting equity within education processes
Federico Batini (University of Perugia), Simone Giusti (University of Siena)

D.9. Reading, readers, cultural consumption: inequalities, long-term repercussions, policy interventions
Orazio Giancola (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Simona Colarusso (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

D.10. Producing And Using Evaluation Evidence To Improve Equity In Education
Giovanni Abbiati (University of Milan), Davide Azzolini (FBK-IRVAPP and Urban Institute), Loris Vergolini (FBK-IRVAPP)

D.11. Schools as a potential source of inequalities reproduction: how, where and why?
Gianluca Argentin (University of Milan Bicocca), Marco Romito (University of Milan Bicocca)

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E. Reinventing University: How the University Equips for the Post-Pandemic Scenarios?

E.1. College For All Or… College Is Old? HE Systems Facing the Transformation Of The Economy and the Consequences of the Pandemic
Valentina Goglio (University of Turin)

E.2. Universities And NextGenerationEU: Competitiveness, Distributive Policies And National Heterogeneity
Dr Tatiana Fumasoli (UCL Institute of Education), Dr Giulio Marini (UCL Institute of Education)

E.3. Covid-19 And The Institutional Fabric Of Higher Education: Accelerating Old Patterns, Imposing New Dynamics, And Changing Rules?
Romulo Pinheiro (University of Agder), Elizabeth Balbachevsky (University of Sao Paulo), Pundy Pillay

E.4. Training Educational Professionals During The Pandemic: Impact, Learning, Strategies And New Didactic Challenges Faced By The University Traineeship
Cristina Palmieri (University of Milan-Bicocca), Silvio Premoli (University Cattolica of Milan)

E.5. Quality Assurance: A Future Agenda For A Fast-Changing Higher Education
Maria J. Rosa (UA – University of Aveiro and CIPES – Center for Research in Higher Education Policies), Sónia Cardoso (A3ES – Agência de Avaliação e Acreditação do Ensino Superior and CIPES – Center for Research in Higher Education Policies)

E.6. Challenges And Weaknesses. Differentiation, Digital Transformation, Professionalism, Autonomy
Giovanni Ragone (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Giovanni Boccia Artieri (University of Urbino Carlo Bo), Matteo Turri (University of Milan)

E.7. University Third Mission and the Local Environment
Roberto Moscati (University of Milan-Bicocca), Stefano Boffo (IRPPS-CNR)

E.8. Rethinking Higher Education at the time of Covid: challenges, new perspectives, critical issues
Stefania Capogna (Link Campus University), Gregory Makrides (EAEC – European Association of Erasmus Coordinators), Erika Župerkien? (Klaipeda University)

E.9. University And Active Citizenship. Didactic Practices And Methodological Trajectories For The Development Of Creative And Critical Thinking
Loretta Fabbri (University of Siena), Francesca Bianchi (University of Siena), Alessandra Romano (University of Siena)

E.10. Reinventing University. Public Engagement As Participative And Collective University
Fiorella Vinci (University eCampus), Tiziana Tarsia (University of Messina), Vincenza Pellegrino (University of Parma)

E.11. Tertiary Education In Italy: The Prism Of Differences
Alessandra Petrucci (University of Florence), Mariano Porcu (University of Cagliari), Giancarlo Ragozini (University of Naples Federico II).

E.12. How To Secure The Quality Of The Post-Pandemic Univeristy Through Investments?
Mitja Stefancic (Independent Researcher), Silvio Goglio (University of Trento)

E.13. Faculty Development, Scholarship And Professionalism In Teaching: Challenges And Perspectives For Higher Education
Ettore Felisatti (University of Padua), Loredana Perla (University of Bari), Viviana Vinci (Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria)

E.14. The New Challenges Of The Post-Pandemic University Formative Processes, Third Mission And Active Citizenship
Barbara Mazza (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Elena Valentini (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

E.15. Understanding Society Using Digital Spaces And Resources: Teaching And Learning Paths In Higher Education
Maria Carmela Catone (University of Barcellona), Paolo Diana (University of Salerno)

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F. Reinventing Schooling in the Pandemic and Beyond

F.1. Reinventing Experiential Learning Activities in Primary School
Veronica Lo Presti (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Christian Ruggiero (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

F.2. From Narratives To Practices: Discourse Strategies On Schooling And Their Impact During The Pandemic
Marta Cordini (Polytechnic of Milan), Carlotta Caciagli (Polytechnic of Milan)

F.3. “You Can Get It, If You Really Want!”: Using (Formative) Assessment To Improve Student Learning
Serafina Pastore (University of Bari), Heidi Andrade (University of Albany – NY)

F.4. Reinventing Decision-Making in Schools: Self-Evaluation & Data Literacy
Michela Freddano (INVALSI), Serafina Pastore (University of Bari)

F.5. How Schools Address The Covid Emergency: Voices From Principals, Teachers, And Students
Cristiano Corsini (University  “Roma Tre”), Valentina Grion (University of Padua), Carla Gueli (University “Roma Tre”)

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G. Reinventing Technology of/in Education

G.1. The Times They Are A-Changin’: What Is Meant By Reinventing Education In Digital Era?
Daniele Barca (Headteacher of Istituto Comprensivo 3 of Modena), Saverio Lovergine (INAPP e University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)

G.2. Educating Digitally Competent Teachers: Theory, Models, And Practices
Silvia Zanazzi (University of Salerno), Cathrine Edelhard Tømte (University of Agder)

G.3. Reinventing Inclusive Education Through Technologies: International Good Practices And Experiences
Emanuela Spanò (University of Cagliari), Francesca Peruzzo (University of Birmingham)

G.4. Digital Education Design. Evaluation Approaches, Tools And Techniques
Ida Cortoni (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Valeria Pandolfini (University of Genova)

G.5. Learning AI and AI For Learning
Rita Tegon (Équipe Formative Territoriali – MIUR – Liceo Classico Canova, Treviso), Pietro Monari (Ammagamma SRL), Anna Nardi (Équipe Formative Territoriali – MIUR – Future Labs, ITE Fusinieri, Vicenza)

G.6. The Digital Literacy we need in classrooms: teachers’ online cooperation as a source of professional culture
Vincenzo Schirripa (LUMSA), Giovanni Fulantelli (ITD CNR), Vanessa Roghi (Independent researcher, fellow Columbia University)

G.7. Enacting digital educational platforms. A critical take
Emiliano Grimaldi (University of Naples Federico II), Paolo Landri (IRPPS-CNR), Danilo Taglietti (University of Naples Federico II)

G.8. Reinventing The Digital Literacy Of Teachers After Covid-19 Pandemic
Marco Lazzari (University of Bergamo), Laura Sara Agrati (University of Bergamo), Paolo Raviolo (eCampus University)

G.9. Active learning in classes. Analysis of experiences on technology- enhanced feedback in school and university contexts
Chiara Panciroli (University of Bologna), Pier Giuseppe Rossi (University of Macerata), Anna Di Pace (University of Modena-Reggio Emilia)

G.10. Learning Ecologies. Educational methodologies in the relationship with the space-time of learning
Mario Pireddu (University of Tuscia) Stefano Moriggi (University of Milan)

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H. Reinventing Practice in Teaching/Learning/Space/Time

H.1. Reinventing education in and through artistic languages
Antonietta De Feo (University Roma Tre), Anna Lisa Tota (University Roma Tre)

H.2. Scaling Up Innovation: From Educational Practices to Systemic Change
Andrea Benassi (INDIRE), Valentina Toci (INDIRE)

H.3. ‘Boundary’ practices: Reinventing education across and beyond the ‘forme scolaire’
Giorgio Giovanelli (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Leonardo Piromalli (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

H.4. Training A Democratic Teacher: Between Individualized Teaching And Formative Evaluation
Guido Benvenuto (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Ira Vannini (Bologna, Alma Mater Studiorum)

H.5. Reinventing Professional Learning And Development
Howard Stevenson (University of Nottingham), Aileen Kennedy (University of Strathclyde)

H.6. Reinventing the space-time of education and learning across physical and virtual environments
Maria Beatrice Ligorio (University of Bari), Giuseppe Ritella (University of Helsinki)

H.7. Reinventing school between pedagogy, architecture and design: a dynamic laboratory
Beate Weyland (Libera Università di Bolzano), Kuno Prey (Libera Università di Bolzano), Massimo Faiferri (University of Sassari)

H.8. Peer feedback and peer assessment as new perspectives for teaching and learning
Valentina Grion (University of Padua), Emilia Restiglian (University of Padua), Anna Serbati (University of Padua)

H.9. School system and daily school. Learn about practices and make sense of evaluation to promote innovation
Renata Viganò (University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), Piero Lucisano (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

H.10. Quality Ecec In Italy: Teaching And Learning In The New 0-6 System
Cristina Stringher (INVALSI), Maria del Carmen Huerta Guerra (Imperial College London)

H.11. Reinventing the curriculum and its practices
Berta Martini (University of Urbino Carlo Bo), Monica Tombolato (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)

H.12. Pedagogy meets Architecture and Digitalisation
Petra Regina Moog (Sophia Academy), Eric Sidoroff (Innsbruck University, Studio II)

H.13. Maker Education Bring Interdisciplinary Activities Into Curriculum Through Innovative Use Of Both Internal And External School Spaces
Lorenzo Guasti (INDIRE), Giovanni Nulli (INDIRE)

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I. Reinventing Gender Issues in/of Education

I.1. Beyond school and family. Gender education at play in the street
Caterina Satta (University of Cagliari), Roberta Bosisio (University of Turin)

I.2. Preventing And Tackling Forms Of Gender-Based And Intersectional Hate Speech Through Formal And Non-Formal Education
Barbara Giovanna Bello (University of Milan), Laura Scudieri (University of Genova)

I.3. The Impact Of The Anti-Gender Movement On Educational Contexts: Resistance, Resilience And Redefinition
Giulia Selmi (University of Verona), Massimo Prearo (University of Verona)

I.4. Gender imaginaries in textbooks and children’s publishing: between sexist representations and new narratives
Irene Biemmi (University of Florence), Barbara Mapelli (Free Women’s University)

I.5. Masculinities In The Classroom: Gender Imbalances And New Models
Irene Biemmi (University of Florence), Silvia Leonelli (University of Bologna), Rossella Ghigi (University of Bologna)

I.6. Mentoring in STEM: Innovative Educational Approaches to Support Women Pursuing a STEM Career
Nadia Malaspina (University of Milan-Bicocca), Silvia Penati (University of Milan-Bicocca)

I.7. Shame on you! Sexist and anti-LGBTQI+ violence, on and off line, among teenagers
Emanuela Abbatecola (University of Genoa), Luca Trappolin (University of Padua), Mariella Popolla (University of Genoa)

I.8. The academic work in neoliberal times: Exploring gender, precarity and emerging forms of solidarity
Camilla Gaiaschi (University of Milan), Annalisa Murgia (University of Milan)

I.9. Educating for Gender Equality 10 Years after the Instanbul Convention: Towards an Overcoming of Stereotypes and Prejudices in the Social Representation of Gender Relations
Flaminia Saccà (University of Tuscia), Arianna Montanari (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

I.10. Researching the relationship between gender and education: innovative methodologies and open questions in times of the COVID-19 pandemic
Gabriella Seveso (University Milan-Bicocca), Lisa Brambilla (University Milan-Bicocca), Brunella Fiore (University Milan-Bicocca)

I.11. Why do women still underachieve in math? Causes and solutions of the gender gap in STEM
Tania Cerni (University of Trento), Raffaella I. Rumiati (SISSA Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati)

I.12. Beyond Education, Toward Discrimination. Gender Asimmetries In Access To Labour Market
Valentina Cardinali (INAPP), Sergio Scicchitano (INAPP)

I.13. Feminist Knowledge and Methodologies in Education. Opportunities and Challenges
Elisabetta Ruspini (University of Milan-Bicocca), Rassa Ghaffari (University of Milan-Bicocca)

I.14. Gender Asymmetries in Academia
Barbara Poggio (University of Trento), Manuela Naldini (University of Turin)

I.15. Gendering, learning, and scientific practices: reinventing education from the margins
Letizia Zampino (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Assunta Viteritti (“Sapienza” University of Rome), Mariacristina Sciannamblo (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

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L. Reinventing Youth in the Future and the Future of Education

L.1. Youth (Not) On The Move
Valentina Cuzzocrea (University of Cagliari), David Cairns (University of Lisbon, ISCTE), Ewa Krzaklewska (Jagiellonian University in Krakow)

L.2. Rethinking Youth After Pandemics? Reintroducing Agency And Generations
Giuliana Mandich (University of Cagliari), Carmen Leccardi (University of Milan-Bicocca)

L.3. International students mobility pre, during and post COVID-19
Luca Salmieri (“Sapienza” University of Rome)

L.4. Educational Experiences Of Youth Neet At Urban And Rural Areas During Covid-19 Pandemic And Future Of New Education World
Gabriela Neagu (Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romenian Academy), Muhammet Berigel (Distance Education Research and Application Center, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey)

L.5. Re-Inventing The Integration Between Formal, Non Formal And Informal Education (After Pandemic Time)?
Maurizio Merico (University of Salerno), Fausta Scardigno (University of Bari “A. Moro”)

L.6. Beyond Formal Education? Young People And Alternative Non-Formal And Informal Learning Times And Places
Maria Manuel Vieira (University of Lisbon), Lia Pappámikail (Polytechnic Institute of Santarém)

L.7. Learning digital creativity in formal and informal environments: challenges and opportunities for education
Simona Tirocchi (University of Turin), Gabriella Taddeo (INDIRE)

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