Wednesday, 6th July 2016

from 12:00





Conference Opening (E.004)



Keynote 1:Edgar Morscher (E.004)

Chair: Sieglinde Weyringer




Coffee Break



Session 1

SR 1.005

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Moral Learning and Decision-Making

Chair: Hermann Josef Abs


Sue Walker, Jo Lunn, Laura Scholes & Eva Johansson

Teaching for critical moral learning: Alignment of personal epistemologies and practices for active citizenship


Sonia Maria Pereira Vidigal

Ethical Space: from geometric to meaning


Thomas Bienengräber

Which situational elements constitute moral judgment?


Karin Heinrichs, Tobias Kärner, Hannes Reinke & Gerhard Minnameier

Determinants of moral decision making by the example of the happy victimizer-phenomenon: person or situation?



Value and Emotion-based Education

Chair: Dimitris Pnevmatikos


Hermann Astleitner

The development and testing of an instructional-design-theory for fostering value- and emotion-based relationship education


Hanna Beißert, Kelly Lynn  Mulvey & Melanie Killen

Children’s Emotion Attributions Regarding Accidental and Prototypical Moral Transgressions


Julia Höke

Participation in children’s point of view – results of an exploratory study in a kindergarten



LLAF 1Learning to live together…

Chair: Nomy Dickman


M Rosário Pinto

A multicultural perspective about bioethical dilemmas in critical and emergency scenarios



M Rosario Pinto, Pedro Parreira & Marta Lima Basto

Health professionals’ skills development to implement Therapeutic Education. A case study with diabetes certified educators.


from 18:30


Welcome reception (Roof Terrace)


Thursday, 7th July 2016


Session 2

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LLAF 2 Learning TO BE: Implications of VaKE (Values and Knowledge Education) for lifelong learning in applied fields (LLAF) TEMPUS project

Organisation: Dorit Alt

Chair: Dorit Alt

Discussant: Roxana Reichman


Irit Levy-Feldman

Dealing with dilemmas as a tool to promote professional identity as a school assessment coordinator in "Educational Evaluation" graduate program at KCE- Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel


Lydia  Linortner

VaKE for hearing-impaired pupils


Rachel Eichler

VaKE used in the course: Introduction to Patient Care


Dorit Alt & Nirit Raichel

Implications of VaKE for lifelong learning in applied fields (LLAF) TEMPUS project



Education for Responsibility in School and Leisure Time

Chair: Angela Gastager


Nils Berkemeyer & Ina Semper

School as organisation and their orders of recognition. Theoretical and empirical implications for school (development) research


Monika Oberle, Johanna Leunig

Effects of political simulation games on learners` attitudes, motivation and knowledge


ETHIKA Austria - Irene Pack

Philosophizing with Children – A Way to Assume “Responsibility”


Birgitta Kopp, Heinz Mandl & Sandra Niedermeier

Impulses and Dilemmas for Sensitizing Students to Values in STEM Education



Professional Ethos in Different Vocational Fields

Chair: Karin Heinrichs


Sieglinde Weyringer

Internship: Remembered situations and the sensitivity for ethical principles


Sarah Forster-Heinzer

The impact of perceived trainers’ ethos on trainees’ professional identity and company identification


Bettina Fuhrmann, Herwig Rumpold & Dirk Loerwald

Economic Literacy as a Basis for Political Education – Conceptual Considerations and Empirical Results


Laura Selmo

Improving the professional ethos in teaching through reflective practice and narration




Coffee Break


Thursday, 7th July 2016


Session 3

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Values and Knowledge Education (VaKE) for Responisble Citizens

Organisation: Jean-Luc Patry

Chair: Jean-Luc Patry

Discussant: Jean-Luc Patry



Günter Wohlmuth

The teaching skills of networked knowledge acquisition and constructivist values education. Realizing Curriculum-based teaching and learning objectives at vocational schools utilizing VaKE


Katharina Wichmann

Values Education through VaKE using inspiring role models


Diekmann Natascha

VaKE as a method in sustainable consumer education



Responsibility as the principal denominator of pedagogical ethos

Organisation: Sarah Forster-Heinzer

Chair: Sarah Forster-Heinzer

Discussant: Dorit Alt



Hermann Josef  Abs

A motivational perspective on configurations of teacher responsibility


Horst  Biedermann & Fritz Oser

Do Teachers Know What Students Are Doing? Teachers' Professional Information and Communications Technology Responsibility


Sarah Forster-Heinzer

Pedagogical responsibility from the trainers’ point of view




LLAF 3  Learning to do: lifelong learning in the applied fields Tempus funded consortium brings about change in higher education

Organisation: Ariela Gordon-Shaag

Chair: Ariela Gordon-Shaag

Discussant: Hava Vidergor



Dorit Alt & Nirit C Raichel

Learning to do: Using problem-based learning in LLAF (Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields) Tempus funded project


Liat Gantz, Ariela Gordon-Shaag & Rachel Eichler

Learning to do: embedding a Case-Based-Learning (CBL) pilot developed in the Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields (LLAF) Tempus funded Consortium in a module on Binocular Vision


Sara  Meilijson  & Ariela Gordon-Shaag

Learning to do: applying a case-based-learning pilot developed in the Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields (LLAF) Tempus funded Consortium in two modules: Audiology and Genetics


Ariela Gordon-Shaag, Liat Gantz & Rachel Eicher

Learning to do: embedding an Evidence-Based-Practice module developed in the Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields (LLAF) Tempus funded Consortium in a module on Vision Therapy







Keynote 2:Brigitte Latzko (E.004)

Chair: Jean-Luc Patry



Coffee Break



Maslovaty-Award Session, Chair: Dorit Alt (SR 1.006)



Business-Meeting  (1.006)

from 19:00


Conference Dinner (external)


Friday, 8th July 2016


Session 4

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LLAF 4 Living together: Using Problem Based Learning Interwoven in Project and Team Based Learning to Enhance Lifelong Learning Skills in Applied Fields in Higher Education (Tempus Funded Project)

Organisation: Hava  Vidergor , Nomy Dickman

Chair: Hava  Vidergor , Nomy Dickman

Discussant: Ariela Gordon-Shaag


M. Rosario Pinto, Andreia  Monteiro & Pedro  Costa

Implementation of PBL in Portuguese Health Institutions: A Bibliometric Study


Hava  Vidergor, Rhonda Sofer & Hadas Huber

Living Together: Excellent Students’ Perceptions of the Contribution of a Course Using PBL to Their Cognitive Leadership and Pedagogical Characteristics


Sophia  Eilat-Tsanani, Lea  Even & Nomy Dickman

Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields (LLAF): Training Doctors of the Future to be Lifelong Learners – Team-Based Learning in Family Medicine Clerkship.


Roxana G.  Reichman

First we learn how to walk, then we learn how to dance:  Lifelong learning and multiculturalism in PBL courses at a Teacher Education Colle




Ethical challenges in teachers’ everyday life at school – Is discourse always the appropriate answer?

Organisation: Karin Heinrichs & Alfred Weinberger

Chair: Karin Heinrichs & Alfred Weinberger

Discussant: Brigitte Latzko


Fritz Oser

The ethos of teachers’: Is only a procedural discourse approach a valid model?


Jean-Luc Patry

Theory of situation specificity – when is discourse the appropriate answer?


Karin Heinrichs

Nonviolent communication as a method to decide between discourse and alternative strategies in dealing with conflicting situations in school


Alfred Weinberger

The cognitive affective processing system (CAPS) model – how do pre-service teachers act in different ethically challenging situations during their practicum?




Coffee Break



Foyer - 1. Floor

Poster Presentation


Chair: Alfred Weinberger


Dorit Alt, Shahar  Ashkenazi, Sharon  Ben-David & Zohar  Tzur

Learning to LIVE TOGETHER: Using project-based learning in LLAF (Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields) Tempus funded project


Angela Gastager, Anna Nebel & Jean-Luc Patry

Professional reflective internships on values for preservice teachers


Axel Felser

Value commitments as part of the professional teacher personality


Patrizia Kühner

How to discuss ethical issues in economic and business education – interaction analyses and their didactic implications


Markus Dormann

Teaching with requests in classrooms: chance or handicap?


Anne-Mareike Möller, Melanie Arbatschat, Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger & Brigitte Latzko

Childrens’ moral emotions







Friday, 8th July 2016


Session 5

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Teacher Education and Professional Ethos

Chair: Sarah Forster-Heinzer


Roni Reingold & Lea Baratz

Initial Teacher Education for responsibility- Implications from Israeli teachers’ students Perceptions of Morally Courageous Behavior


Katrin Kleemann

Teacher students’ professional ethics in a longtime practical training


Olga Fotakopoulou, James Williams , Imran Mogra & Harriet  Cutler

Ethics and ethical practice: Perceptions and awareness in students of Social Sciences and Education in a UK University


Francisco Esteban  & Miquel Martínez

Becoming a Teacher: Ideas for University Education




Values and Knowledge Education

Chair: Jean-Luc Patry


Alfred Weinberger

How to promote the pedagogical and moral ethos of teachers? The case for cases


Martina Nussbaumer

Improvement of teacher-training for Values and Knowledge Education (VaKE) in schools


Dimitris Pnevmatikos & Panagiota Christodoulou

Promoting conceptual change through Values and Knowledge Education (VaKE)



Coffee Break


Session 6

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Moral Education and Interculturalism

Chair: Sieglinde Weyringer


Dimitris Pnevmatikos & Triantafyllia Georgiadou

The impact of informants’ religious involvement on their trustworthiness


Yariv Itzkovich & Dorit Alt

The dark side of teachers' ethos and its impact on students' reactions: A comprehensive framework to assess college students' reactions to faculty incivility.


Frederique Brossard Børhaug

How to challenge a culturalization of human existence? Promoting interculturalism and ethical thinking in education


Imran Mogra

A Muslim Researcher's Perspective on Ethics in Educational Research




Democratic Education and Responsibility

Chair: Susan Walker


Ingrid Schutte, Marca Wolfensberger & Wiel Veugelers

Constructing and implementing a curriculum for critical global citizenship.


Hermann Joseph Abs & Michael Filsecker

In Search of a Domain Specific Ethos for Teaching Citizenship


Ewa Bacia

Citizenship versus patriotic education. Teachers’ approach to citizenship education in Polish primary schools.


Jutta  Standop

Teaching methods move democratic education

from 18:30




Saturday, 9th July 2016


Session 7

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How can teacher education contribute to promoting pre-service/in-service teachers

Organisation: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger & Karin Heinrichs

Chair: Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger & Karin Heinrichs

Discussant: Liana Konstantinidou



Karin Heinrichs

Nonviolent communication as a method to prepare teachers for educating immigrants in multicultural contexts


Dimitris Pnevmatikos

Training teachers for teaching immigrant learners


Eveline Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger

Teachers’ knowledge and understanding of minor refugee students’ development as a precondition for implementing intercultural values dialogue


Alfred Weinberger

VaKE (Values and Knowledge Education) as a possible approach to promote future teachers capacity to implement intercultural values dialogue




Morality in Classroom

Chair: Julia Maria Keller



Turid Skarre Aasebø

Democratic positions in classrooms


Johannes Reitinger

Inquiry Learning and Democratic Education – Theoretical Relations and Empirical Accessibility


Eszter Dobai

Classroom drama as the method of ethical education



Coffee Break



Closing Session (SR 1.006)