Eventos

Ocasionalmente organizamos nuestros propios eventos y promocionamos eventos seleccionados de nuestros socios. Cuando las grabaciones están disponibles de forma permanente y gratuita en plataformas de acceso abierto, también se proporcionan. La mayoría de los eventos enumerados están en inglés, pero algunos están en francés o español. Si tienes una idea para un evento, contáctanos.
 
Próximos eventos
(para grabaciones de eventos pasados, por favor vea a continuación)
Grabaciones de eventos pasados (selección)
 
25 de feb. de 2021: Ceremonia de compromiso de la OIEC con el Pacto Mundial sobre Educación
Oradores: Múltiples, incluido Mons. Zani, secretaria de la Congregación para la Educación Católica
Tipo de evento: webinar de la OIEC. Grabación (1h40): YouTube.
El 25 de febrero de 2021, la OIEC expresó durante un webinar su compromiso con el Pacto Mundial sobre Educación. Cada miembro de la OIEC está invitado a hacerlo también. Se compartirá una grabación del webinar con el Papa Francisco y el texto de las intervenciones se publicará en el Boletín Educatio Si.
16 de feb. de 2021: Learning Poverty & Education Pluralism: The Global Catholic Education Report 2021
Orador: Dr. Quentin Wodon, International Office of Catholic Education
Panel: François Mabille (International Federation of Catholic Universities), Augusta Muthigani (Commission for Education and Religious Education, Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops), and Halsey Rogers (World Bank).
Typo de evento: GRACE webinar. Grabación (1 h30): YouTube
Catholic schools serve close to 62 million students globally at the preschool, primary, and secondary levels, with in addition more than 6 million students enrolled at the post-secondary level. By managing the largest non-governmental network of schools and universities in the world, the Catholic Church plays an important role in efforts to achieve SDG4, especially in low-income countries. In 2020, OIEC released the first Global Catholic Education Report. The second edition of the report for 2021 under the new collaborative Global Catholic Education project (www.GlobalCatholicEducation.org) focuses on learning poverty, education pluralism, and the implications of the COVID-19 Crisis. The report explores the impact of the crisis on educational attainment and learning across countries, as well as the issue of education pluralism, suggesting that education pluralism should be taken into account when considering state support for nonprofit faith-based schools and universities. The report also discusses regulatory framework for Catholic schools and universities, as well as interventions that could improve educational outcomes. 
19 de enero de 2021: Beyond Test Scores: Measuring the Contributions of Catholic Schools and Universities
Orador: Dr. Quentin Wodon, OIEC
Panel: Andrew Miller (Boston College), Timothy Uhl (Catholic Schools for Montana) and Annie Smith (National Catholic Education Association)
Tipo de evento: GRACE webinar. Grabación (1 h): YouTube
Catholic schools and universities aim to educate the whole person. Beyond strong academics, they aim to educate towards fraternal humanism. Do we have any evidence that they succeed? Based on recent research for the United States, this webinar explores this question. Topics considered include (1) whether parents sending children to Catholic schools have different priorities for what children should learn in school than other parents; (2) whether students in Catholic schools exhibit self-discipline; (3) whether different stakeholders have different worldviews for Catholic schools; (4) whether there is less violence in Catholic schools than in other schools; (5) whether going to Catholic schools is associated with particular patterns of family formation later in life; and (6) more generally, what is meant by a Catholic identity. After a presentation summarizing findings from recent research, panelists shared their views on how Catholic schools and universities could rely on these and other research findings to improve the education they provide "beyond test scores".
2 de diciembre de 2020: The Heart of Catholic Education: A Conversation with Dr. Thomas H. Groome
Orador: Prof. Thomas H. Groome, Boston College
Tipo de evento: webinar GRACE. Grabación (1 h): YouTube​
When a school presents itself to the world as offering Catholic education, it signals, at a minimum, that it is committed to educating from and for faith. It is to educate from deep spiritual convictions that are core to Catholicism and for a Transcendent as well as an immanent perspective on life in the world and how to live it well. What then, we might ask, is at "the heart" of Catholic education? We surely need to know for moving forward faithfully in our time.
10 de noviembre de 2020: Expérience des écoles chrétiennes pour répondre à la crise de la COVID
Oradores: Annette Scheunpflug, Rev. Samuel Mutabazi, Père Alexandre Bingo, Guy Selderlagh
Tipo de evento: webinar GRACE. Grabación (1 h): YouTube
Comment les écoles ont-elles répondu à la crise ? Quels sont les difficultés auxquelles elles sont confrontées ? Quelles sont les implications pour le futur ? Les leçons apprises vont-elles accélérer certains changements ? Sur base d’expériences en Europe et Afrique, ce webinaire apporte des réponses à ces questions. Avec Annette Scheunpflug, Chair of Foundations in Education, Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg; Rev. Samuel Mutabazi, Directeur, Bureau National de l'Enseignement Protestant, Rwanda ; Père Alexandre Bingo, Directeur, Lycée catholique Saint-Luc, Banfora, Burkina Faso ; Guy Selderlagh, Secrétaire General, Comité Européen de l'Enseignement Catholique.

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