20th CIMQUSEF International Conference on Quality in Education, November 14-16, 2023
Registration (free) at https://cimqusef.amaquen.ma/registration/
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL): A pillar in strategies for educational transformation
Opening session on Tuesday afternoon, 14 November in person. The University Cadi Ayaad in Marrakech will open the 20th CIMQUSEF International Conference on Quality in Education with a special in person ceremony. This opening session will include speeches by university officials and dignitaries, and Mr Eric Falt, Director UNESCO - Rabat. Special guests will also be invited.
Day 1: Wednesday, 15 November 2023 (all remote presentations)
8h00 -10h00 (GMT) Session 1Abdullah AWAD – JordanHee Kyung PARK – South KoreaOlli-Pekka HEINONEN – Finland
Chair and Moderator: Andy SMART, NISSEMForegrounding Social and Emotional Learning in the Arab-Islamic World: A case from AmmanCase study: Social and Emotional Learning in Korea Enabling students to grow into wellbeing
10h00-10h30 (GMT) Break
10h30-12h30 (GMT) Session 2Dalia Elhawary – EgyptSafae AZAOUI and Abdelaziz BOUMAHDI – MoroccoJennifer BATTON – USA and José Fernando Mejía - Colombia
Chair and Moderator: Sarah IBRAHIMI, NISSEM and Univ at Albany-SUNYEnhancing the social and emotional aspects of learning an L2 in the primary classroom: Why it mattersActive pedagogy in university e-learning for the construction of Social and Emotional skillsSEL as Peace Education: Models for Addressing Conflict at Scale in Countries and Regions
12h30-14h00 (GMT) Break
14h00-15h30 (GMT) Session 3Vishal TALREJA - IndiaJuliette TORABIAN – SwitzerlandWanying ZHANG - China
Chair and Moderator: Susan IANNUZZI, NISSEMSEL and Transformation: SEL and transforming education Understanding SEL from an intersectionality perspective of inequalities: lessons from a European H2020 research project (PIONEERED)Empowering Students through Social and Emotional Learning: A Decade of Experience in China
15h30-16h00 (GMT) Break
16h00-17h30 (GMT) Session 4Abderrahim LIH – MoroccoRene LANGEVIN – CanadaOulfate ZAIM and Moulay Ismail HAFIDI ALAOUI – Morocco
Chair and Moderator: Flavia RAMOS-MATTOUSSI, Florida State Univ, Learning Systems InstituteSocial and emotional learning at the era of Artificial IntelligenceEffets d’un programme fondé sur l’apprentissage socioémotionnel sur les compétences socio-émotionnelles d’élèves fréquentant une école francophone en milieu minoritaireIdentification of a list of soft skills adapted to the requirements of the nursing profession to be integrated into the initial training program
17h30-19h00 (GMT) Session 5Régis MALET – FranceSamira ALAYAN – Jerusalem Staci B. MARTIN - USA
Chair and Moderator: Aaron BENAVOT, NISSEM and Univ at Albany-SUNYDévelopper les compétences sociales et émotionnelles par l'éducation. Une question curriculaire, mais aussi écologique, pédagogique et politiquePresentation of Social and Emotional Learning in the New Palestinian Textbooks Since 2018A Retrospective: Where Knowledge and Hope Reside in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
Day 2: Thursday, 16 November 2023 (all remote presentations)
8h00 -10h00 (GMT) Session 6Ghita BENKIRANE– FijiEsther CARE - AustraliaBurcu Meltem ARIK – Turkey
Chair and Moderator: Abdennasser NAJI, President AMAQUENLe rôle des émotions dans l’éducation : approche par les Neurosciences The capacity of national systems to include social-emotional learning, life skills and values in their education provisionSEL for Earth Kinship
10h00-10h30 (GMT) Break
10h30-12h30 (GMT) Session 7Rachid ELKACHRADI – Moroccoحسيبة الطايفي البرنوصي وكريمة الغوداني – المغربSoufiane ERRAZINE – Morocco
Chair and Moderator: Hajar IDRISSIImpacts of organizational changes on the well-being of research professor in Moroccan universitiesتقدير الذات الأكاديمي رافد الصمود أمام مواقف الامتحانWhat Moroccan schools can learn from Japanese moral education?
12h30-14h00 (GMT) Break
14h00-15h30 (GMT) Session 8Yasmine AL NAKARI - SyriaSonya TEMKO – USAKarori SINGH – India
Chair and Moderator: Susan IANNUZZI, NISSEMCommon-Sense Disorder Syndrome (CSDS): Learning How to Learn Via UNESCO, Skinner, Chomsky, Gestalt, Piaget, Houssaye and FeuersteinPSS-SEL Toolbox: Navigating the Field of Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning in Education in EmergenciesSocial and Emotional Learning in the Technology-Driven Education: A South Asian Perspective
15h30-16h00 (GMT) Break
16h00-17h30 (GMT) Session 9Sigamoney NAICKER – South AfricaPatrick Paul WALSH – IrelandAmbalika DOGRA – India
Chair and Moderator: Jordan NAIDOO, NISSEM (and formerly UNESCO)Social and emotional learning is essential in bringing about systemic change in education especially for the working classThe Economics of Education and Professional Training in Sustainable DevelopmentSelf-Awakening: A Vision of Education Rooted in Consciousness, Interconnectedness and AI, what we can learn from Ancient India’s wisdom
17h30-19h00 (GMT) Session 10Grace W. Ngugi MAINA – KenyaSimon Kuany Kiir KUANY – UNESCO France Frederic FOVET – Canada
Chair and Moderator: Aaron BENAVOT, NISSEM and Univ at Albany-SUNYDevelopment of Social-emotional competencies from Curriculum perspectiveNew UNESCO guidelines on social and emotional learningCreating sustainable foundations for the development for social emotional learning in a global context– Strategically and systematically embedding SEL within the scholarship on inclusion.