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The event will be held with simultaneous interpretation into English and Russian.
The broadcast is organized by University of Childhood Foundation.
17 NOVEMBER 2021
International round table 125th anniversary of the birth of L. S. Vygotsky The role of Vygotsky in solving the problem of giftedness
The ROUND TABLE is timed to coincide with the 125th anniversary of the birth of L. S. Vygotsky and is devoted to the identification, search and solution of issues related to the analysis and practice of cultural-historical psychology, including the role of L. S. Vygotsky in solving problems of creativity and giftedness.
Lev Semenovich Vygotsky
Problems of learning, playing, the role of an adult, zones of development, the development of creativity, the organization of a social situation, the development of higher (cultural) mental functions, as well as the prospects for the development of cultural-historical psychology, its theory and practice in different countries, these and many other questions, are the subject of analysis by the participants of the Round Table.


Tasks of the Round Table:

- analysis, generalization and assessment of experience in the development of cultural and historical psychology in Russia and abroad;

- analysis, generalization and assessment of the experience of introducing the fundamental principles of cultural and historical psychology in the field of education;

- generalization and dissemination of the experience of the practical results of research in the field of child psychology and pedagogy;

- intensification of research activities in the field of creativity and giftedness;

- expansion of cooperation and development of scientific ties in the development and practice of cultural and historical psychology.
about the event
Opening 9.00*
Session
Closing 20.30
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Topic
Lector
Opening 9.00*
Session
Closing 20.00
& (GMT -8)
programme - november 17th 2021
9.00 — 9.15
Opening of the Round Table
Diana Borisovna Bogoyavlenskaya
Moscow Department of Russian Psychological Society, Russia
Katerina Plakitsi
President of ISCAR, Greece
Vitaly Rubtsov
President of the VII ISCAR Congress. Moscow-2023 Russia
9.15 — 11.45
Moderators:
Katerina Plakitsi

Ioannin, Greece
Moscow, Russia
Vitaly Rubtsov
9.15 — 9.35
Life as creativity: the vocation of a scientist
Diana Borisovna Bogoyavlenskaya
Moscow, Russia
doctor psychol. Sci., Professor, Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research of Creativity and Giftedness at PI RAO, Professor of the Moscow State Pedagogical University.
9.35 — 9.55
Manolis Dafermos
Crete, Greece
Development of creative abilities in science: Vygotsky's case
Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Crete.
9.55 — 10.15
Cultural-Historical Psychology Today: Dangerous Liaisons
Andrei Dmitrievich Maidansky
Belgorod, Russia
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Belgorod State National Research University.
10.15 — 10.35
Crisis as a source of transformative interventions in teacher education from Vygotsky's point of view
Katerina Plakitsi
Ioannin, Greece
President of ISCAR, professor at the University of Ioannina (Greece), head of the Department of Preschool Childhood
10.35 — 10.55
STEM imagination and creativity in different cultural eras
Marilyn Fleer
Melbourne, Australia
PhD, Australian Research Council Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellow Foundation Chair of Early Childhood Education and Development School of Educational Psychology and Counselling Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia
Gykeria Fragkiadaki
Melbourne, Australia
Rai Prabhat
Melbourne, Australia
Senior Researcher, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Senior Researcher, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
10.55 — 11.15
Viktor Kirillovich Zaretsky
Moscow, Russia
The relationship between learning, development and health from the standpoint of cultural and historical psychology
Professor of the Department of Individual and Group Psychotherapy, Moscow State Pedagogical University
Alla Borisovna Kholmogorova
doctor of psychology. Sci., Professor, Head of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Moscow State Pedagogical University
11.15 — 11.35
The development of communicative reflexive abilities in children 6 - 10 years old in the process of educational interactions (to the problem of constructing the "zone of proximal development" of younger schoolchildren)
Vitaly Vladimirovich Rubtsov
Moscow, Russia
Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
11.35 — 11.45
Discussion
11.45 — 12.00
Break
12.00 — 14.00
Session II. L.S. Vygotsky and the Problems of Creativity in Psychology
Moderators:
Diana Borisovna Bogoyavlenskaya
Vitaly Vladimirovich Rubtsov
Moscow, Russia
Moscow, Russia
12.00 — 12.15
The experience of Vygotsky, Mimesis Ricoeur, Conatus of Spinoza
Yuichi Nishimoto
Kyoto, Japan
Professor of the Kyoto Pedagogical University
12.15 — 12.30
Gifted People as Social Outliers today: Sustainability and Adaptation
Liudmila Liutsko
Barcelona, Spain
Doctor (Ph.D) in Psychology, Associate Professor at UOC - Universitat Oberta Catalunya, Department of Psychology and Education
12.30 — 12.45
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Center for Sociology of Education of the Institute of Education Management of the Russian Academy of Education
Lyrics of M. Yu. Lermontov in the works of L. S. Vygotsky: on the question of the semantic aspects of the scientist's work
Vladimir Samuilovich Sobkin
Moscow, Russia
12.45 — 13.00
Creativity as an act of "conversion" (based on plots by L. S. Vygotsky and F. T. Mikhailov)
Vladimir Tovievich Kudryavtsev
Moscow, Russia
Doctor of Psychology, Professor of the UNESCO Chair "CulturalHistorical Psychology of Childhood", Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
13.00 — 13.15
Vygotsky's "Unit of Analysis" and N. Hartman's Modal Analysis: Reflections in Search of a New Psychology
Tatiana Eduardovna Sizikova
Novosibirsk, Russia
Candidate of Psychology, Associate Professor, Department of Correctional Pedagogy and Psychology of the Institute of Childhood, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University
13.15 — 13.30
The problem of giftedness in neuropsycholog
Zhanna Markovna Glozman
Moscow, Russia
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Leading Researcher, Laboratory of Neuropsychology, Faculty of Psychology, Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov, scientific director of the A.R. Luria
Anna Alekseevna Zarechnaya
Moscow, Russia
Cand. ps. Sci., neuropsychologist, N.N. A.R. Luria.
13.30 — 13.45
The role of philanthropic organizations in the implementation of relevant and effective principles of personality development according to Vygotsky
Ekaterina Rybakova
Moscow, Russia
President and co-founder of the Rybakov Foundation, founder of the Childhood University Foundation
13.45 — 14.00
Discussion
14.00 — 14.45
Break
14.45 — 17.00
Session III. Cultural-Historical Psychology in Brazil
Moderators:
Carla Anauate
Tatiana Eduardovna Sizikova
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Novosibirsk, Russia
14.45 — 15.00
Translations of works by L. S. Vygotsky in Brazil
Zoya Prestes
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor of the Federal University of Fluminense, Federal University of Fluminense
15.00 — 17.00
Brazilian Research Group
15.00 — 15.15
TALENTO METRÓPOLE Program: Brazilian Experience in Mediating the Development of Cultural Talents in Information Technology
Isabel Hazin
Natal, Brazil
Jorge Falco
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte
Professor of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte
15.15 — 15.30
Silly Nonsense: The Role of Immorality for Vygotsky and Chukovsky
Priscila Nascimento Marcus
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Professor, PhD, Federal University of Roi de Geneiro.
15.30 — 15.45
Role-playing, imagination and cultural history theory
Wagner Louise Schmit Ishibashi
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Master's degree, State University of Sao Paulo
15.45 — 16.00
The mental map as a mediator in the psychotherapeutic process of awareness and subjectivation
Edna Maria Peters Kahhale
São Paulo, Brazil
Maria Irene Ferreira Lima Neto
São Paulo, Brazil
Doctor, Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Professor of Bachelor's Psychology, Central University do Vale do Ribeira (UNIVR / UNISEPE)
Doctor, Laboratory Coordinator of Health and Sexual Studies (LESSEX), Nucleus of Advanced Studies in Psychossomatics Faculty of Human Sciences and Health PUCSP (Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo)
16.00 — 16.15
Workshops of creativity for gifted people
Carla Anauate
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Marina Halpern-Chalom
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Associate Professor, Paulista University, Institute of Humanities, Faculty of Psychology
Clinical Psychology, Director of the Center for Combining Neuropsychology and Psychology (CINAPSI)
16.15 — 16.30
Be a Refugee: Elements of Reflecting the Inclusion-Exclusion Dialectic of Social Inequality Today
Lucian Pinho de Almeida
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Francisca Bezerra de Sousa
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Ph.D, Bachelor of Social Work UNESP - Campus Franca, Professor of the Stricto Sensu Postgraduate Psychology Program, Catholic University Dom Bosco - UCDB
Ph.D, Doctor of Psychology, Catholic University Dom Bosco - UCDB
16.30 — 16.45
Group and networking as a process of helping women in situations of violence
Beatriz Borges Brambilla
São Paulo, Brazil
Doctor, Professor of Bachelor's Psychology, Doctor of Social Psychology, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP)
16.45 — 17.00
Discussion
17.00 — 17.15
Break
17.15 — 19.15
Session IV. Cultural-historical theory of L.S. Vygotsky: from theory to changes in practice
Moderators:
Eva Filipiak
Alexey Sergeevich Obukhov
Poland
Russia
Part 1.
Changing the learning culture
17.15 — 18.15
The development of theoretical thinking in children of primary school age (from 6 to 10 years old). Theses of Vygotsky and Davydov. From theory to change in practice. Educational (design) experiment
Eva Filipiak
Bydgosz, Poland
Joanna Szymczak
Bydgosz, Poland
Doctor (Ph.D), researcher and teacher, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz. Magdalena Kolber (Bydgosz, Poland), Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pedagogy, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz
Professor, Faculty of Pedagogy, Department of Didactics and Research on Educational Culture, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz
Adam Mroczkowski
Bydgosz, Poland
Doctor (Ph.D), Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pedagogy, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz
17.15 — 17.45
The Development Process of Theoretical Thinking from Childhood: Considerations from Learning-Oriented Activities
17.45 — 18.15
Ana Paula Gladcheff
São Paulo, Brazil
Andrea M. Longarezi
São Paulo, Brazil
Ph.D, Associate Lecturer in Education, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Ph.D, Postdoctoral Fellow in Education, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil
Carolina Picchetti Nascimento
São Paulo, Brazil
Professor, Ph.D. in Education, University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Débora C. Piotto
São Paulo, Brazil
Elaine S. Araujo
São Paulo, Brazil
Associate Lecturer, Ph.D. in Education, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Professor, Ph.D, Doctor of Psychology and Human Development Psychology, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Fabiana F. de Marco
São Paulo, Brazil
Associate Lecturer, Ph.D. in Education, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Part 2.
Changing the culture of thinking of the teacher
18.15 — 19.15
Professional support for teachers in the process of introducing a developing teaching model and changing their philosophy of thinking of other theories
Ewa Filipiak
Bydgosz, Poland
18.15 — 18.30
Professor, Faculty of Pedagogy, Department of Didactics and Research on Educational Culture, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz
Reflexivity and reflection of the teacher in everyday school life
Joanna Szymczak
Bydgosz, Poland
18.30 — 18.45
Doctor (Ph.D), researcher and teacher, Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz
Vygotsky's concept as a theoretical and analytical tool for improving the qualifications of teachers
Beata Zamorska
Poznan, Poland
18.45 — 19.00
Doctor (Ph.D), assistant professor of the Da Vinci College, Poznan, Poland
19.00 — 19.15
Discussion
19.15 — 19.30
Break
19.30 — 20.15
Session V. Cultural and historical significance of Vygotsky's theory for national education systems
Moderators:
Julia Solovieva
Tlascala, Mexico
Moscow, Russia
Luiza Igorevna Adamyan
19.30 — 19.45
Vygotsky's influence on America: a continuing legacy
Antonio E. Puente
Wilmington, USA
Professor of Psychology, Former President (2017) of the American Psychological Association, President (2021) Society for Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA
19.45 — 20.00
Vygotsky's Approach and Education in Mexico
Yulia Solovieva
Mexico
Ph.D., Faculty of Natural Sciences for Human Development, Autonomous University of Tlaxcala, Mexico; Institute of Neuropsychology and Psychopedagogy of Puebla A.C.; Faculty of Psychology, Autonomous University of Puebla; Member of IPAN and SLAN; Honorary Doctor of the National University of Peru (Huanuco), Mexico
20.00 — 20.15
From Vygotsky to CHAT: the prospect of one mediation
Mike D. Cole
California, USA
PhD, Professor of Communication and Psychology at the University of California San Diego (UCSD), Founder and Director of the Laboratory for Comparative Human Cognition, Los Angeles, California, USA
20.15 — 20.20
Discussion
20.20 — 20.30
Closing
Diana Borisovna Bogoyavlenskaya
Chairman of the Ministry of Defense of the RPO, Russia
Katerina Plakitsi
President of ISCAR, Greece