The International Congress aims at developing cultural-historical psychology, considering the current socio-cultural trends and prospects for constructing new social practices; developing international scientific cooperation; strengthening and expanding international relations; consolidating scientific achievements in the field of humanities.
Alexander Romanovich Luria
Digital transformation, as new global trend of social development, has led to a change of borders, the development of new means of human activity and new forms of human relations.
Dedicated to the memory of Zhanna Markovna Glosman
The Congress is timed to coincide with two significant dates — the 120th anniversary of the birth of A. R. Luria and the birthday of L. S. Vygotsky on November 17, 1896.
The scientific issues of this congress are interdisciplinary in nature and will be of interest to specialists in the human, natural and exact sciences.
The search for solutions by specialists who are able to unite in interdisciplinary projects is the primary task of many human sciences. One of them is cultural-historical psychology where researchers have to operate in the new conditions of the introduction of digital tools into human life.
Cultural-historical psychology is able to outline ways to solve the issues posed by digital transformation.
1. Preschool child in the digital world: developmental effects and risks.
2. Digitalization as a tool for developing school education.
3. Digital environments of professional formation of personality.
4. Digitalization as a mean of expanding or limiting the potential of education for children with disabilities.
5. Problems of digitalization in the practice of psychological and pedagogical support of children with signs of giftedness.
6. Digitalization as a tool of lifelong learning in mature ages.
Digitalization in developing educational practices: prospects and limitations
1. Digital competence: is it a "response to a challenge" or a mean of expanding the boundaries of the professional world?
2. Development of professional subjectivity in digital environments.
3. Digital transformation as an opportunity for professional creativity.
4. Digital ergonomics as a practice of human self-change in various fields of professional activity.
5. Psychological risks of "digital bureaucracy".
Digital transformation in professional practices and personal development
1. Master classes of preschool, school, and higher education aimed at revealing the possibilities of creating a social situation of development in the context of digital transformation.
2. Collaboration and directions to unite different specialists in solving specific tasks of digital transformation in education and other social practices.
3. Video presentations of techno parks, revealing the possibilities of additional and virtual realities in supporting personal development.
4. Anthropological video presentations — demonstration of digitalization cases in social practices.
Practice-oriented anthropological research and digitalization experience from the perspective of cultural-historical psychology
1. Digital transformation as a cultural and historical phenomenon, its potential and limits
2. Living in a "mixed" world: what can cultural-historical psychology provide for its understanding?
3. Cognitive and cultural-historical approaches to digital transformation: points of divergence and possible areas of co-development.
4. Personal development in the context of digital transformation in the optics of cultural-historical psychology.
5. The problematic nature of the new development situation in the context of digitalization of social practices.
6. The impact of digitalization on the development of higher mental functions.
7. The imperative of freedom in digital transformation.
8. Digital media as new forms of activity mediation
9. "The language of numbers" as an object of research of cultural and historical psycholinguistics
10. Psychophysiological and neuropsychological aspects of digital transformation of social practices.
Methodological and theoretical problems of digital transformation in social practices from the standpoint of cultural-historical psychology
program and broadcast
Broadcast program on November 15 from 7:50 to 18:50