The 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE of the JOURNAL SCUOLA DEMOCRATICA “REINVENTING EDUCATION” will be hosted online from June 3 through 5 2021, by Scuola Democratica, Centro Interuniversitario per la Ricerca Didattica (University of Cagliari and University of Sassari), Il Mulino. The challenges posed by the contemporary world have long required a rethinking of educational concepts, policies, and practices. The question about education ‘for what’ as well as ‘how’ and ‘for whom’ has become unavoidable and yet it largely remained elusive due to a tenacious attachment to the ideas and routines of the past which are now far off the radical transformations required of educational systems.

The partners of the "RE-EDUCO" project in which the Cyprus Computer Society participates invite you to submit ABSTRACT/PAPER for presentation at the Panel session: E.8 RETHINKING HIGHER EDUCATION AT THE TIME OF COVID: CHALLENGES, NEW PERSPECTIVES, CRITICAL ISSUES. More information can be found in the attached document (right column of our news). Submission deadline: 4 April 2021.

Scenarios, reflections, and practices fostering the possibility of change towards the reinvention of the educational field as a driver of more general and global changes are centerstage topics at the Conference and will have a multidisciplinary approach from experts from different disciplinary communities, including sociology, pedagogy, psychology, economics, architecture, political science, etc. We hope with this opportunity to confirm the participation obtained at the first edition of the conference.

Organizers, promoters and partners of the Conference wish to invite educators, teachers, researchers, scholars, academics, scientists, professionals, experts and policy makers to join the conversation and bring the disciplines towards a more integrated set of alliances by:

  • promoting a trans and inter disciplinary discussion on urgent topics
  • fostering debates among experts and professionals
  • diffusing research findings all over international scientific networks and practitioners’ mainstreams
  • launching further strategies and networking alliances on local, national and international scale
  • providing a new space for debate and evidence to educational policies
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