Catch the Open Lx21 – Novas abordagens pedagógicas abertas e gamificadas

O Laboratório de Educação a Distância e eLearning (LE@D) da Universidade Aberta (UAb) leva a cabo um webinar de divulgação científica organizado no âmbito do projeto europeu Opengame – Promoting Open Education through Gamification e em colaboração com o projeto GOPA – Gamificação Online: Pedagogias Alternativas. (Project Nº PTN/UID4372-LE@D/042018 GOPA Gamification Online-an alternative pedagogy).

O evento, que será realizado inteiramente online, é financiado pelo programa Erasmus + da União Europeia e tem como objetivo divulgar os principais resultados destes dois projetos de I&D. De entre eles, destaca-se o jogo educativo Catch the Open!, o qual se destina a promover o conhecimento da natureza, características e potencialidades da Educação Aberta. Se deseja participar do jogo, aceda ao mesmo através do link: https://opengame-project.eu/play/

A participação é livre de custos, mas implica inscrição prévia. Para tal, por favor registe-se em: https://forms.gle/XRydNvtxECs3bE8x8

Data: 21 de setembro de 2021                                            

Informações: lead@uab.pt

Acesso ao programa da Sessão:  Programa_Catch the Open Lx21

Endereço da Sessão: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/81847292393?pwd=bFRwemsrb3pMdm91eVNXV0YvK25QUT09

 

 

Webinar “Dar a Voz à Língua”

O Laboratório de Educação a Distância e eLearning (LE@D) e o Departamento de Humanidades,Universidade Aberta (UAb) organizam no dia 23 de setembro, das 13h00 às 14h00, o 1.º Webinar “Dar Voz à Língua”.

A investigadora e  docente da UAb Maria Adelina Castelo será a oradora e  Ana Braz estará a moderar.

Sob o mote “Ensinar e aprender pronúncia de línguas estrangeiras online”, serão abordados os seguintes temas:

  • O que nos mostra a investigação sobre o ensino e a aprendizagem da pronúncia?
  • Como mobilizar diferentes tecnologias digitais para desenvolver esta capacidade?
  • Como ensinar e aprender a pronúncia online (com base numa proposta teórica e em exemplos práticos)?

O evento tem participação gratuita, mas carece de inscrição obrigatória (será oferecido certificado).

Workshop on Ethics and Children´s Rights in the Digital Age

Pre-conference ECREA Section: Children, Youth and Media

6th September 2021

Brief description and call for participation:

The purpose of this event is to engage interactively participants in a fruitful dialogue about Ethics and Children’s rights.

The webinar will assume the format of a workshop in which participants are welcome to have a voice, before and during the event. Thus, participants are encouraged to previously introduce their questions to the two Senior Researchers – Eva Lievens (Ghent University) and Elisabeth Staksrud (University of Oslo) who will cover respectively two critical issues – Ethics and Children’s Digital Rights and Ethics in research with children.

For this purpose, participants should either present their questions in the google form of their inscription or send them separately to cym.ecrea2020@gmail.com until August 31st.

Their questions will be taken into account by the speakers and the webinar will include room for discussion. For a brief reminder of the issues at stage, see below:

Ethics and Children’s Digital Rights: Thirty years ago, the UN Convention did not envisage the fast pace of digital evolution and related challenges children and families face. Since then, the digital landscape has been increasingly accessible to younger generations of children and decisions to keep children safe online has created tensions between rights to protection and participation. Considering some polarised debates and controversies on the inevitability of digital in children’s lives and in finding a balanced approach, we invite researchers and scholars to discuss and reflect on ethics concerning children’s protection, participation, and provision rights and how these transfer to the digital? What changes (or not) in the digital sphere? How can we think these rights properly, namely right to privacy, image rights, right of personal portrayal?

Ethics in research with children: When doing research with children and young people, ethical issues arise at all stages of the life cycle of the research projects and invite to reflexivity. Issues related to trust are raised when: i) Contacting gatekeepers and accessing children and young people. Requirements may differ depending on the country, the place of research and the groups we want to do research with. ii) Building rapport and negotiating consent with children and young people and explaining issues related to anonymity and confidentiality. iii) Saving and using photographs and videos of children and young people in research outputs (security, misuse, dissemination…). iv) Involving children and young people in the analyses of the data and in the dissemination of results.

Program*:

10h00 – Welcome participants
10h15 – Lecture in Ethics and Digital Rights, by Eva Lievens
10h45 – Lecture in Ethical Challenges in doing research with children, by Elisabeth Staksrud
11h15 – Sharing and discussing
12h00 – Closing

*GMT Timezone

Inscription:

Inscription is open until August 31st using this google form.

Organizer:

Children, Youth and Media (CYM) Section (cym.ecrea2020@gmail.com)
Local organizers:
Sara Pereira (ICS/University of Minho, CECS)
Cristina Ponte (FCSH/Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, ICNOVA)
Teresa Sofia Castro (FCSH/Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, ICNOVA)
Pedro Moura (ICS/University of Minho, CECS)