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New Projects Seminar #12 November 9 Join on Zoom

9 November 2021

New Projects Seminar Series at the GSSR

The GSSR announces the twelfth in our new series of seminars addressed both to doctoral students and academic staff. The seminars aim to bring together students and established researchers working in the same field, thus promoting closer interaction and future collaboration between them.

During the seminars doctoral students present for discussion well-advanced research projects, with experienced scholars from various academic centres in Poland and abroad invited to take the role of commentators.

The seminars take place on the Zoom platform and are open to all.

This seminar is scheduled for November 9th, 15:00 Warsaw time (CET, GMT+1) with Michał Pachocki presenting the topic, “Internationally-minded Teachers. Internationalized Schools? How Does Teachers’ Foreign Experience Translate into School Internationalization Practices?”and  Asuman Göksel ( Middle East Technical University, Ankara) and Prof. Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz (Jagiellonian University) as commentators.

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 Programme

Chair: Steven Davies

15:00 Introduction: Michał Federowicz (supervisor)

15.05  Seminar presentation: MichałPachocki “Internationally-minded Teachers. Internationalized Schools? How Does Teachers’ Foreign Experience Translate into School Internationalization Practices?”

15.40  Comments from Asuman Göksel

15:50 Comments from Grzegorz Mazurkiewicz

16.00 Discussion

16.15 Closing remarks

 

Next seminar:

November 16, 2021-  Alla Marchenko: The Place of the Hasidic Pilgrimages in the Local Frames of Memory: cases of  Belz, Bobowa, Leżajsk and Uman

 

MichałPachocki

ABSTRACT

When the benefits of internationalization are discussed in education, they mainly refer to the higher education sector. Contrariwise, the growing number of primary and secondary schools seeking out opportunities to act internationally stands for the need to examine also the benefits of their internationalization efforts. Poland serves as an illustrative example of how individual professional training in another country can be perceived by teachers as an attractive form of improving professional skills. With a little opportunity to send their education staff abroad on behalf of their own capacities, the Polish schools are eager to send their teachers abroad with using the European financial instruments for a job shadowing, teaching assignment, study visits, exchanges at schools in other countries and other forms of training (Smoczyńska 2014, Kolanowska 2018). The question arises, however, to what extent can those individual experiences of teachers be transferred to the benefit of entire school? And, to what extent are the Polish schools willing to use teachers’ individual international experience for their own internationalization attempts?

The given study aims are to explore how individual international experience of Polish teachers contributes to their schools’ internationalization? And, to what extent such internationalization corresponds with the entire schools’ organizational development? A mixed method design featuring paper-based survey, in-depth interviews, focus groups and participant observation is going to be employed aiming to fulfill this research objectives. The data will be collected directly at schools, among teachers with transnational mobility experience, other members of teaching staff, school leaders, and other school community members (including learners, non-teaching staff, and school principals). The selection of given research methods aims at investigation on what teachers gained from abroad, and on how their foreign experience affected internationalization processes in their schools. Apart from data collected firsthand, my findings will be also supplemented with secondary data (mainly contextual information, and statistical data).

 

 

Previous seminars:

Seminar November 2 2021

Barbara Barysz, commentator Krzysztof Świrek (University of Warsaw) “Fantasies about non-existence. Revolutionary model of Polish subjectivity in the discourse of ‘Kronos’”

Abstract

Seminar October 19 2021

Marzia Sultana, commentators Prof. Subhadra Channa (University of Delhi) and  Prof. Dorota Hall (IFiS PAN)  “Reproductive health care status available within the factory premises

Seminar June 1st

Abstract

Oleg Dietkow, commentators Lina Eklund (Uppsala University) and Halley Pontes (Birkbeck, University of London) The Internalization of Game Logic”

Abstract

Seminar May 31st

Justyna Minkiewicz, commentators Anna Nacher (Jagiellonian University) and Iwo Zmyślony (University of Warsaw)  “Technology in Art and Art in Technology – Its Impact on Digital Society

Abstract

Seminar May 25th

Steve Davies, commentators Prof. Katarzyna Andrejuk (IFiS PAN) and Dr. Bolaji Balogun (University of Sheffield) -Anchoring in the Angloscape? Exploring the shifting sands of privilege for British citizens living long-term in Poland

Abstract

Seminar May 5th

Katarzyna Król, commentator, Daniel Navon ( UC San Diego) –Making sense of biomedical knowledge: mothers and rare inborn errors of metabolism  

Abstract

Seminar April 20th

Mümtaz Murat Kök, commentators Adam Nocek (Arizona State University) and Adam Lipszyc (IFiS PAN) –Eugene Thacker’s Cosmic Pessimism

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Seminar  March 30th 2021

Edit Zgut, commentators András Bozóki (CEU) and Daniel Kelemen (Rutgers)– Informal power in authoritarian hybrid regimes – a theoretical framework

Abstract

Seminar  March 16th 2021

Gabriel Klimont, commentators: Marta Bucholc (Warsaw University) Aleksandra Derra (Nicolaus Copernicus University In Toruń)

The Origins of Biopolitics in Poland?Transformations of Power over Vagabonds in 18th Century Warsaw

Abstract

Seminar 2 March 3rd 2021

Philip Højme, commentator Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University, UK) Reading Butler as a Dialectical Thinker: Juxtaposing Butler with Adorno.

Abstract

Seminar 1 February 17th 2021

Helen Grela, commentator: Randall Auxier (Southern Illinois University)

The Lockean and Smithian Roots of Entitlement Theory: Labor, Money, and the Transition to the Free Market system

Abstract

 

 

 

 

 

The New Projects Seminar is funded by Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju, the project “Humanities and Social Sciences for Society and Enterprise” (POWR.03.02.00-IP.08-I019/17). The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund under the Operational Program Knowledge Education Development 2014 – 2020.

This seminar is  organized in the frame of the Project financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under the Welcome to Poland Programme (PPI/WTP/2020/1/00155/U/00001).

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