ERD 2022 is held online on June 24-25, 2022
The ERD 2022 is the 10th edition of this international event and brings together research papers that encompass conceptual analyses, presentation of effective didactic approaches for well-defined scopes in educational design, implementation and evaluation. The conference has a wide area of topics and is open for researchers, professionals, teachers, doctoral students from all over the world, promoting the diversity of the various educational approaches.
PhD. Stefan Popenici, Charles Darwin University (Australia)
An Artificial Education: impact, opportunities and risks of using Artificial Intelligence in education
Abstract: Based on a methodological framework structured by critical qualitative research, this presentation is focused on the use of artificial intelligence in higher education. It explores the impact of Artificial Intelligence in the context of current managerial arrangements and the ethos of universities, exploring the impact on students’ learning, teaching methods and the aims of higher education. The in-depth analysis that is employed for this presentation also explores some major challenges, opportunities and risks associated with the emergence of artificial intelligence systems, such as technological surveillance or corporate exploitative practices in academia. The last part will be devoted to a proposal for informed selections of artificial intelligence solutions for education.
Tracey Cameron, Department of Indigenous Studies at The University of Sydney & Benjamin Nickl, Department of Comparative Literature and Culture Studies at The University of Sydney
Time for the ‘Longer Form’. Sharing narratives of place and space and histories in higher education: A collaborative teaching approach to curriculum with deep listening and long feeling
Abstract: In a culture of the hyper-individualised and oppositional identities, we define ourselves not by who we are, but by how we differ from or oppose other cultural communities, ideas, and values. Such a culture harks back to a narrowing of minds in liberal education where phenomena such as ‘’cancel culture’’ and a hyper-affective focus on the Self are hot-button issues. At play is also a climate of anti-intellectualism paired with the quickness of feeling on social media and the decay of the ‘’longer form’’. Increasingly, relational labour stops at both students’ and educators’ structural sense of who they are and the limits of their disciplinary literary: in short, we seek to identify and perform our identity much like it happens online—quickly, effectively, and promotionally. But how do we react to the cultural conflicts and barriers to social interaction that arise from such ‘’quick’’ identity models that primarily seek sameness and reject Others? The answers involves a collaborative approach to identity-based performance models on and off campus that seem to have exploded in recent years in the Global West and in higher education worldwide. The speakers will reflect on their shared praxis, teaching activity that promotes deep identity and long meaning. All to mark relational literacy, the ability to connect, as a prominent aim of 21st-century education.
The Scientific Committee is an extensive body of members with academic experience and expertise in educational theories and practices, which will ensure the quality of the scientific event: The International Conference Education, Reflection, Development (ERD).
Each edition of ERD offered various educational approaches, interesting topics in the field and titles of valuable research papers. The section gives you access to archived conference programs to retrieve information from our past conferences.
The collection of published records of the past ERD international conferences, with empirical and theoretical research in the field of education, can be accessed and consulted.
International event that brings together researchers, academics, professionals or doctoral students from all over the world.
The event is held in an online format which is an element of facilitating audience and participation.
The conference volumes are published in refered proceedings journals that are indexed in international databases.
Each event volume contains the proceedings of selected, peer reviewed papers from the conference in the field of Educational Sciences.
The conference provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of the latest research and best practices in the educational sciences.
Each annual event is made with love for the educational field and the processes behind it.