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I’m happy to share with you that some lectures from our 5th international symposium Feeling – Emotion – Mood. Phenomenological and pedagogicalperspectives are availlable to watch now on our youtube channel:
Have fun watching!
Karl Bartos from the band Kraftwerk just posted the essay It’s More Fun To Compute? Karl Bartos zur Dialektik von Digitalisierung und Kreativität am Beispiel der Band „Kraftwerk“ on his website!
I would like to draw your attention to the 5th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education at Humboldt-University, Berlin:
“Feeling – Emotion – Mood. Phenomenological and pedagogical perspectives”
The symposium takes place from 1st – 3rd April 2019 at the Humboldt-University of Berlin.
I am pleased to present the program for our 5th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education in Berlin. From now on it is also possible to register for the symposium. The registration form can be found on our website. Please note that all speeches and discussions will be held in English.
I am looking forward to interesting speeches and discussions.
I learned astonishing things about the international spread of phenomenological pedagogy on a recent research trip to Beijing (China). I was invited to give a keynote at the 4. International Phenomenology and Pedagogy Conference “Circumstance of Phenomenology and Pedagogy: Self-consciousness and Reflection” at the Capital Normal University (CNU). For more than 20 years, there has not only been a strong phenomenological tradition but also an International Research Center for Phenomenological Pedagogy and Teacher Development.
The center was founded in 2001 by Professor Hong Ning in close cooperation with Max van Manen. Besides Hong Ning, Professor Cai Chun and Professor Zhu Xiaohong are currently the directors of the center. In Beijing, there is a very interested group of lecturers and students. A number of phenomenologically oriented Masters and PhD theses have already been written. They deal with foundational-theoretical and methodological questions of education. In addition, the curriculum of teacher training in all subjects is phenomenologically oriented. It also includes impressive textbooks of phenomenological descriptions of teaching experiences with a focus on the pupils. Several Chinese colleagues will attend to our 5th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Berlin. I am looking forward to a productive exchange!