We want to confirm that the conference Word in Education:Good Word, Bad Word or No Word will take place on 28-29 September 2020, with two forms of participation possible: either in person at the Jesuit University Ignatianum in Kraków or online.
Since the conference has been postponed, the same applies to registration fees. Please do not make any payments until further notice. The fees that have already been paid will remain in place for the new conference date in September.
As of now, we are considering two alternative ways of participating in the conference: online for those of you who will not be able to travel to Poland and offline for those attending in person. We will provide you with further details in June.
Please be advised that due to the postponement of the Conference, we are accepting paper/proposals until the end of May 2020. You’re welcome to join us. Details are to be found at the item Papers (Menu)
Due to the rapidly-evolving, worldwide COVID-19 situation, the Organizing Committee of the VII International Conference Word in Education: Good Word, Bad Word or No Word have decided to postpone the event until 28-29 September 2020. The venue for the conference remains unchanged.
We have already received many interesting proposals. It promises to be an interesting discussion.
We are happy to announce that the two keynote speakers, both outstanding specialists in the field of educational theory, have already confirmed their presence at Krakow 2020 Word in Education Conference.
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the VII International Conference
Word in Education
Good Word, Bad Word or No Word
to be held at Jesuit University Ignatianum, Krakow, 8-9 June, 2020
The “Word in Education” conference series has already featured six events: in 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2018 at the Abat Oliba CEU University in Barcelona (Spain), in 2016 at the Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow (Poland), and in 2019 at the IPC – Facultés Libres de Philosophie et Psychologie in Paris (France). What started as an initiative of the Trivium Research Group at the Abat Oliba CEU University has developed into an international collaboration of the three abovementioned institutions, with the attendance of the researchers from many other countries as well.