On December 1, our colleagues from Poland presented their lectures within the scientific-pedagogical internships of the Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation.
Vikhliaiev Mykhailo Yuriiovych, Doctor of Law, Professor, Director of the Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation, delivered opening remarks. He welcomed all participants of the scientific meeting and wished all inspiration and fruitful work.
The first speaker was mgr Joanna Skiba, Expert in Adult Education and E-Learning. In her lecture «Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. The concepts of post-pandemic reality in the academic setting», she presented to the participants of the scientific event the latest European research on the post-pandemic situation, i.e., how it had affected teachers and students of educational institutions. Mgr Joanna Skiba also talked about the way foreign higher education institutions respond to bringing the educational process to classrooms and how it can be improved.
The next speaker was dr Marcin Miziołek, Certified Coach and Mentor. His lecture was entitled “Train the trainer-coaching academic teachers as the fundamental structure of modern didactics”. Dr Marcin covered the issue of how to teach coaching teachers and how it can affect the learning process, in particular, to increase student motivation to learn. Moreover, the speaker stressed that this pedagogical aspect cannot be ignored. At the same time, he highlighted the state of modern didactics – a branch of pedagogy that studies the regularities of assimilating knowledge, skills, and expertise, improvement of methods and forms of education.
Summing up, one can hold that the participants of today’s event gained much relevant information about scholarly studies devoted to the T&E activity given obstacles caused by COVID-19 and about coaching as a basis of successful teaching academic disciplines.
The online lecture is available on our official YouTube channel at the link.
We thank everyone who joined the ZOOM lectures!