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A Nemzetközi Petőtársaság és a Semmelweis Egyetem Pető András Kara örömmel tájékoztatja az érdeklődőket, hogy immár végleges a XI. Világkongresszus a Konduktív Pedagógiáról rendezvény programja. A szakma legnagyobb tudományos fóruma 2022 november 25-26-án kerül megrendezésre, online formában.

A Világkongresszus – mely része a Semmelwes International 40 programsorozatnak – a nemzetközi konduktor képzésre fókuszál, mely elindította a konduktív pedagógiát világkörüli útján.

Regisztráció az érdeklődők számára

A teljes program itt olvasható:

XI. World Congress of Conductive Education 

1st Day: 25th of November, Friday                                                                                                                (Online)

 PLENARY SESSION (Chairs of session: TÚRI, Ibolya – NÁDASI, Zsófia)

Organisation

 

From

To

Speaker

Title

 

9:00

9:05

FEKETÉNÉ, SZABÓ Éva

Opening speech

Chair of the Organizing Committee

 

9:05

9:10

MERKELY, Béla

Opening speech (video)

Rector, Semmelweis University

 

9:10

9:30

ZSEBE, Andrea

Keynote speech – International 40 – Educational strategy of Pető András Faculty

Dean of Pető András Faculty, Semmelweis University

 

9:30

9:50

BROWN, R. Melanie

CE as student, teacher and leader

Senior Conductor/lecturer, NICE

 

9:50

10:20

KÁLLAY, Zsófia

Milestones of conductor training

Assistant lecturer,

Semmelweis University, Pető András Faculty

 

10:20

10:40

HÖβ-ZENKER, Beate

The opportunities and challenges of conductor training and conductive education from the perspective of the European Conductors’ Association

President of European Conductive Association (ECA),

 

COFFEE BREAK

 

11:00

11:20

MATOS, László

National and international educational cooperation, perspectives at Semmelweis University, András Pető Faculty.

Vice-Dean of Education

Semmelweis University, Pető András Faculty

 

11:20

11:40

PÁSZTORNÉ TASS, Ildikó

The answers of the educational program to the society’s needs

Professor

Semmelweis University, Pető András Faculty

 

11:40

12:05

PAPP, Gabriella

Together again: special education and conductive education in the framework of the Subcommittee of Hungarian Science Academy

Dean of Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education, Eötvös Loránd University

 

12:05

12:30

BALOGH, Erzsébet

Professional sciences should be relearned every 3 years. Neural communications and conductive education.

Professor

12:30

12:55

 

Award ceremony of the International Drawing and Painting Competition

András Pető Faculty of Semmelweis University

13:00

13:30

GREETINGS OF HONORARY CONDUCTORS

 

LUNCH BREAK

 

 

TIME

A SESSION

International training of CE

Chair of Section: MATOS, László – HÖβ-ZENKER, Beate

 

 

TIME

B SESSION Habilitation/rehabilitation from the perspective of the different professions

PERLUSZ, Andrea – CSABA, Attila

TIME

C SESSION

 

Challenges of theory and  practice

Section leaders: BENYOVSZKY, Andrea – BROWN, R. Melanie

 

 

TIME

D SESSION

 

Research and innovation

Section leaders:

MASCHER, Róbert –
KÁLLAY, Zsófia

 

 

 

A1

 

B1

 

C

 

D

14:00

DESITS, Krisztina: Study Focus `Conductive Education` on the Lutheran University Nuremberg (EVHN)

 

 

14:00

PERLUSZ, Andrea: Educational strategy of BGGyK” / “A Bárczi Gusztáv Kar képzési stratégiája

 

 

14:00

SIMÁNDI, Andrea: They said it was impossible… thinking outside of the Magic Box

 

 

14:00

LÉNÁRT, Zoltán SZABÓPÁLINKÁS, Ditta GASPARICSNÉ CSILLAG, Ágnes SZABÓSZEMNYEI, Eszter: Hand functions and quality of life of teenagers with cerebral palsy in special education

 

14:15

BENYOVSZKY, Andrea: The training of conductive education in the Aquinas College

 

14.15

MEZŐ,  Katalin: Special ways of talent management(Debrecen

 

14:10

BALLANTYNE, Shona – CORNELIUS, Jessica: “Conductive education in the most isolated city

in the world!”

 

 

14:10

TÚRI, Ibolya: Clinical Research Focuses at the András Pető Faculty of Semmelweis University

14:30

MAKK, Ádám – CSUKA, Pál: Training of Conductive Education in Chile.

14:30

TÓTH, Mónika: The Hand in Hand Foundation’s trainings for the inclusive school

14:20

ORAVECZ, Adrienn (New, good practice): New good practice from Hungary: Peer helping groups for people with disabilities

14.20

VISSI, Tímea – FÖLDESI, Renáta – TÚRI, Ibolya: Traditional application of Sage in conductive education

14:45

TÓTH, Eszter – NÁDASI, Zsófia:Training of Conductive Education in Sweden. Collaboration with NICE

 

 

14:45

CSABA, Attila: Specialist rehabilitation clinic at the András Pető Faculty of Semmelweis University

14:30

ECKHARDT, Éva: Demonstration of acting programme within the framework of drama group for children with Cerebral Palsy, presentation

 

 

14:30

PINTÉR, Henriett – GÁL, Franciska – MOLNÁR, Pál: New opportunities for conductive education research in the light of the analysis of professional networks emerging based on the networks of authors of cerebral palsy intervention published in international journal

 

15:00

BROWN, R. Melanie: The training of conductive education in Birmingham

15.00

MÉZÁM, Zsuzsanna: The Dévény method in the training of physiotherapists

14:40

PÁZMÁNY, Judit: Goal orientated task series with adapted muscle building for school aged CP group in conductive program

 

14:40

ZSEBE, Andrea – GRUBER, Mónika – KAPCSÁNDY, Gabriella – ISPÁNKI, Ágnes: Mental health support for parents in conductive education

 

 

15:15

SU, Ivan – PÁSZTORNÉ TASS, Ildikó : Training of Conductive Education in Hong Kong

 

 

15.15

Questions and answers

14:50

TANAI, Judit: Twice exceptionally talented children with special needs

14:50

SZILÁRD, Zsuzsanna – PÁZMÁNDI, Eszter Melinda: The importance of preventive thinking about physical condition of conductor students

 

 

15:30

CHENG, Clare – DARÓCZY, Eszter: Conductive education in China – where to go?

 

15.30

Coffebreak

 

15.00

BENYOVSZKY, Andrea – CHURCH, Kasey: Possibilities and limits using in AAC devices Iin conductive education settings in the US

15.00

HOLLÓSY, Helga: The french language letters related to Andras Pető and Maria Hári in the Hári Mária Library

 

 

 

B2

 

 

 

 

15:45

 

Questions and answers

15.40

PÁZMÁNY, Judit: Conductive Education Center as a training filed for future assistants and other professionals

15:10

BROWN, R. Melanie: New Horizons: an exploration of the delivery, impact and

development of remote CE for

people with Parkinson’s

 

 

15.10

LENGYEL, János: Maria Hári and the Pető Institue’s russian connections

 

15:55

Coffebreak

15:50

FISCHER, Mariko – HALL, Susanne: “The  first multi-disciplinary Conductor (MDC) training in

the southern hemisphere”

 

15:20

LIPTÁKNÉ PAPP, Judit: Attitude formation of conductor undergraduate students during their practice at the practicing school of university, within the framework of activities after classes

 

 

 

15:20

FRANK, Tamás: Press representation of the institutionalisation of conductive pedagogy from the 1950s

 

 

 

A2

 

 

 

 

 

 

16:05

BERGER-JONES, Annamaria: An exploration of conductors’ professional identity in the UK

Method of communication: video lecture

 

 

 

16:00

PÁSZTORNÉ, TASS, Ildikó: Training experiences of rehabilitation medicine practice

 

15:30

VADÁSZ, Zsuzsanna: Conductor training – creating a recreational culture

15:30

BALOGH, Brigitta – FÖLDESI, Renáta: The Concept of the conductor and conductive way of life in András Pető’s Philosophy

 

16:15

McDONALDS, Jules: „Conductor’s  Perceptions and Experiences of Orthofunction in the UK

 

 

 

16:10

VALENTNÉ ALBERT, Éva: Turning students historians – Recommendation for implementing a successful foreign project into home

 

 

 

15:40

KASSAYNÉ GRÁFEL, Judit: Involving university students into free time activities

 

15.40

ORAVECZ, Adrienn: Interesting results from a doctoral research about Integration and Conductive

Education will be revealed

 

 

 

 

16:25

KINNERSLEY, Theresa: Through the looking glass

 

 

16:20

HOLROYD, Fiona: In-depth exploration of the meaning of hope for parents of children with CP

 

15:50

PÁZMÁNDI, Eszter Melinda – SZILÁRD, Zsuzsanna: Why teach a child to bunny hop jump?

 

 

 

 

15:50

CZAKÓ, Bendegúz: Tool development project to support singing and music education in conductive preschool groups

 

 

16:35

Questions and answers

 

16.30

Questions and answers

16:00

Questions and answers

 

16:00

Questions and answers

 

 

17:00

FEKETÉNÉ DR SZABÓ, Éva: Summary presentation on the forms of conductor training, challenges and tasks related to conductive education

 

 

17:15

TÚRI, Ibolya: Closing of the first day of the conference

 

 

POSTER SESSION

HORVÁTH, Petra: Fairy eyes – photography workshop

LESZKÓ, Dóra – SURÁNYI, Rebeka – KELEMEN, Anna: A Hungarian-inhabited area-wide study about the quality of life of adolescents with Cerebral Palsy participating in conductive education

MAROSY, Judit: People with Disability in English Language Teaching

PINTÉR, Henriett – GÁL, Franciska – MOLNÁR, Pál: New opportunities for conductive education research in the light of the analysis of professional networks emerging based on the networks of authors of cerebral palsy interventions published in international journals

We reserve the right to change the program!

 

 

2nd day: 26 NOVEMBER, SATURDAY

9.00 – 11.30 SCIENTIFIC STUDENT CONFERENCE (IN HUNGARIAN)

11:00 – 12.00 ECA BOARD MEETING  (IN ENGLISH)

12.30 – 13:30 IPA BOARD MEETING, ASSEMBLY (IN ENGLISH)

14:00 – 14:45 ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION (IN ENGLISH)