Congress Themes

Pedagogic Supervision: Innovative practices in XXI Century

Education is in a process of a continuous change and is facing some changelings related to it organization, modernization, renewal and universality towards social needs and the evolution of scientific production.

The main theme of this congress is pedagogic supervision. The improvement of education quality requires the analysis of the professor’s role in higher education and knowledge production. The positive effect of pedagogic supervision in the academic achievement, the prevention of academic failure and school drop-out, has promoting a common understanding of an effective strategy to achieve well-being, the improvement of student’s apprenticeship as well as the progress of academic didactic.

Given this scenario, the development of pedagogic competencies becomes a priory to give professors and schools a training continuity in order to adopt a strategy of a constant reflection towards their professional and educational action, which should be translated into the improvement of teaching-earning process and into the decrease of inequalities in the student’s academic routes.

The SuperES team organizes this international congress to give a real contribution toward the valorization of teaching profession and to contribute to the implementation of local, national and international networks of pedagogic supervision research-action.

The works which would be displayed in the moment aimed to present oral communications and posters should be fit in the following thematics:

  1. Alumni and Academic/School Sucess;
  2. The role of student’s associations and Academic Achievement;
  3. Education, Didatic and Educational Practices;
  4. International Student and Academic/School achievement;
  5. Internationalisation of Higher Education;
  6. Interiority and school/academic leaving;
  7. The role of mentoring and perception towards the learning process;
  8. Educational Policy to promote school attainment and designated to combat early school leaving and educational failure.
  9. Different pedagogical supervision practices applied in different academic training.
  10. Mobility Programs and school/academic sucess;
  11. Pedagogical and educational realities in nacional and international universities;
  12. Acedimic achievement and failure;
  13. Clinic Supervision in nursing/health;
  14. Educational Supervisional
  15. Other educational and training context.