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Science Educations facing social and political crises
13 Nov, 2019

Round Table #06

Theme

Science Educations facing social and political crises

⭐️ Cristiano Mattos (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Professor Mattos is an associate professor at the Institute of Physics at the University of São Paulo (Brazil), and his main research focus is on the cultural-historical activity theory to deal with dialogic interaction in science classes and initial teacher training. He is currently interested to introduce complex system theories to model meaning negotiations in concept learning.

Contributions of critical approaches in Psychology and Education to confront dehumanization produced by the global crisis of contemporary Capitalism
29 Oct, 2019

Round Table #03

Theme:

Contributions of critical approaches in Psychology and Education to confront dehumanization produced by the global crisis of contemporary Capitalism

Scholars:

⭐️Mohamed Elhammoumi (United Arab Emirates University)

Ph.D. in Psychology, Associate professor Department of Psychology, College of Social Sciences, University Of Imam Muhammad Bin Saud Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

⭐️Newton Duarte (Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho - UNESP)

Neuropsychology in Activity: concepts and methods
22 Oct, 2019

Round Table #02

Theme:

Neuropsychology in Activity: concepts and methods

Scholars

⭐️Yulia Solovieva (Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico)

PhD by the Moscow State University in the Faculty of Psychology, her research lines are related to Cultural-Historical approach in psychology and neuropsychology; evaluation and neuropsychological rehabilitation of children, adults and adolescents, development psychology and design of educational methods from the theory of activity.