Four workshops will be offered on Saturday afternoon.
They will have no costs for participants, but a limited number of places will be available in each one. Some of them will be offered in english and others in Portuguese.
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The workshops are:
How to Align Measurement and Meaning of Moral Competence
Prof. Dr. Georg Lind (emeritus)
University of Konstanz – Germany
In this workshop I will show how we can align measurement methodology with the meaning of moral competence without sacrificing objectivity and comparability of test scores. I will demonstrate the theory, experimental design, and individualized scoring of the Moral Competence Test (MCT, formerly called Moral Judgment Test).
To know more about the MCT access the link http://www.uni-konstanz.de/ag-moral/mut/mjt-engl.htm.
RAVE: A Skills- and Relation-Based Approach to Moral Character Development
University of Notre Dame – USA
University of St. Thomas – USA
The RAVE (relationships, apprenticeship, village, expertise) model provides an intentional, holistic, comprehensive, empirically-derived approach to moral character development. It is informed deeply by evolution, ancient philosophy and current developmental and learning sciences about what contributes to cultivate human flourishing. Participants learn to apply the four step model to their classroom or workplace, including foster moral expertise development and attending to triune ethics. Handouts will be provided and guidebooks from the Minnesota Community Voices and Character Education project are available.
Bridging local schools and broader communities: Student Community Forums
National Dialogue Network – USA
The presentation describes an innovative project of high school students’ analysis, engagement, and insights into complicated social and community issues. While adults give encouragement, assistance, and oversight, students organize themselves into leadership teams to complete goals and learn a generalized process for community engagement. This presentation will describe: (1) an overall theoretical foundation and the process largely designed by students between 2011 and 2015, (2) the general strategy, community outreach, and methods of meaningful engagement, feedback, and reporting, (3) the difficulties and successes students experienced, and (4) the opportunity for expansion of this collaborative model to other schools and communities.
Dialog, complexity and emotional education: from understanding to transforming the conflict
Andrea dos Santos Pereira Nunes
SENAC – SP – Brazil
This workshop proposal aims to offer a group experience of the concepts and values that give shape to Senac’s Culture of Peace Program, which is intended to encourage in-depth reflections on their employees about the importance of gathering, listening and understanding the human condition and today’s challenges on conflict resolution process, enabling pain and anger overcome and the planning of collective actions to fight violence.