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DIalogue and Argumentation for cultural Literacy Learning in Schools (DIALLS)

DIALLS answers the Horizon 2020 call ‘Understanding Europe – promoting the European Public and Cultural Space’ under the topic of Cultural Literacy of Young Generations in Europe (specifically promoting cultural literacy through formal education).

DIALLS is a three year project starting in June 2018.  It centralises co-constructive dialogue as a main cultural literacy value, with the aim of promoting tolerance, inclusion and empathy. It moves beyond a concept of cultural literacy as being about knowledge of culture (through exploration of literature and art for example) into a consideration of the disposition to explore different interpretations of it. It innovates by also viewing cultural literacy as enabled by the response to and creation of cultural resources, thus centralising young people as the users and producers of culture.

Leader: Dr. Fiona Maine, Faculty of Education, Cambridge University, UK.

Abstract

DIALLS is a three year project with two main objectives. First it will develop young people’s cultural literacy in formal education through the teaching of dialogue and argumentation as a means to understand European identities, cultures and diversities. This will be achieved through the creation and implementation of cultural literacy learning activities, where students respond to and produce multi-modal texts (wordless picturebooks and short films) reflecting European cultural heritage and/or positive cultural values; and through analysis of how structured interactions, both face-to-face and using an online platform, promote effective inter-cultural dialogue and mutual understanding as students co-construct meanings with their European peers. Second, it will provide comprehensive guidance for the development of cultural literacy in schools through the creation of a scale of progression to assess knowledge, skills and competences for pre-primary through to secondary-aged students. This will also produce a deep understanding of how civic and cultural values are manifested in students’ discourse and their production of cultural artefacts. Comparative analysis of students in and across eight European countries will highlight the potential impact of social factors including gender, socio-economic context, age, and ethnicity on how young people negotiate and construct their European identities. DIALLS is directly relevant to the call’s work programme as it addresses the role of formal education in supporting the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and competences needed for effective inter-cultural dialogue. The novelty of our proposal lies in our goal to establish educational face-to-face and online environments as dialogic spaces of tolerance, integrity and inclusion, where students can share their perspectives and their own created cultural artefacts as they make sense of Europe and its different cultures. Our teaching and assessment tools will form the basis of guidance to support schools in their development of a dialogic pedagogy for cultural literacy in tomorrow’s Europe.

Participants

Participant 

Organization      

Country  

PI

P1 Faculty of Education/Cambridge University UK Dr. Fiona Maine
P2 Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal Dr. Fabrizio Macagno and Dr. Chrysi Rapanta
P3 Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique /Telecom ParisTech France Dr. Michael Baker
P4 Department of Music, Art and Culture Studies/ University of Jyväskylä Finland Dr. Tuuli Lähdesmäki
P5 Faculty of Psychology/University of Münster Germany Dr. Regina Jucks
P6 Social Education Department/Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences Lithuania
 
Dr. Irena Zaleskiene
P7 Developmental and Educational Psychology Department/University of Barcelona Spain Dr. Merce Garcia-Mila
P8 Department of Education/University of Nicosia Cyprus Dr. Maria Evagorou
P9 School of Education/The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel Dr. Baruch Schwarz

 

Plan of activities

 

 

Herman Cappelen, 6 December 2019, 11h

ArgLab Research Colloquium | On Conceptual engineering

06 de Dezembro de 2019

Kant Reading Group

Martín Fleitas, "Kant's Conception of Inner Value"

29 de Novembro de 2019

EpLab Masterclass Series

Martin Fleitas, "Notes for a normative-constitutivist approach to the problem…

29 de Novembro de 2019

Seminário Permanente em Cinema e Filosofia

Diana Neiva apresenta “O cinema e as experiências mentais filosóficas”

26 de Novembro de 2019

The Last Systematic Philosopher - a retrospective on Jürgen Habermas

An international workshop

21 de Novembro de 2019

Kant | atitudes, experiências, valores

Colóquio internacional

07 de Novembro de 2019

Seminário Permanente em Cinema e Filosofia

Diogo Nóbrega apresentará Figura. Política e Ontologia. O movimento do…

05 de Novembro de 2019

Robert Clowes é keynote speaker na 4th Avant Conference

4th Avant Conference 2019

24 de Outubro de 2019

Kant Reading Group

Inês Salgueiro, "From Hume to Kant via Wittgenstein"

11 de Outubro de 2019

O corpo na arte e na filosofia tropicalistas: os triunfos e desafios do modernismo brasileiro até agora

CultureLab

08 de Outubro de 2019

Kant Reading Group

Sofia Miguens, "I, Me, Mine - Back to Kant, and…

27 de Setembro de 2019

Gratuitous Violence & Free Will in a Nihilistic Age

International Conference on Gratuitous Violence & Free Will in a…

19 de Setembro de 2019

EPLab Masterclass Series

Jeff McMahan - "Future People, Climate Change, and War"

12 de Setembro de 2019

THE STATUS OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM

Conferência Internacional THE STATUS OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM

10 de Setembro de 2019

7ª sessão do Seminário Permanente em Cinema e Filosofia

André Silva Santos apresenta Moses und Aron (Straub-Huillet, 1975) e…

23 de Julho de 2019

Kant Reading Group

António Marques, "Kant against the Animals"

19 de Julho de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Olivier Chassaing, "The Expressive Function of Punishment"

26 de Junho de 2019

EPLab Masterclass Series

Nuria Sánchez Madrid, "Linhas de fuga da comunidade estética e…

21 de Junho de 2019

Kant Reading Group

Nuria Sánchez Madrid, "Oeuvre de l'Art et Oeuvre d'Art"

21 de Junho de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Per Algander, "Needing and Necessity"

05 de Junho de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Regina Queiroz, "European Liberalisms: An Essay in Comparative Political Thought"

23 de Maio de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Roberto Merrill, " "Ethically justifiable? Free riding versus fair shares"

02 de Maio de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Dina Mendonça, "Kant on the Moral Cultivation of Feelings"

17 de Abril de 2019

4ª sessão do Seminário Permanente em Cinema e Filosofia

Sérgio Dias Branco apresenta “Os Lugares da Esperança”

10 de Abril de 2019

3ª sessão do Seminário Permanente em Cinema e Filosofia

Diego Hoefel apresenta "Reinvenções Dramatúrgicas do Melodrama no Cinema Contemporâneo:…

02 de Abril de 2019

Seminário Permanente de Pensamento Antigo

CultureLab | Art(s) of Living

15 de Março de 2019

Frank Zenker, 12 March 2019, 16h

ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Why replication is your problem, too"

12 de Março de 2019

Robert Clowes, Postponed To be Re-Arranged

Lisbon Mind & Reasoning RIP Seminar | Postponed

07 de Março de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Jorge Gonçalves, "A Darwinian Dilemma for Realist Theories of Value"

06 de Março de 2019

Problematising reality - encounters between art, cinema and philosophy 6

with Jean-Gabriel Périot and Alain Brossat

28 de Fevereiro de 2019

Problematising reality - encounters between art, cinema and philosophy 5

with Albert Serra and Alexander Garcia Düttmann

21 de Fevereiro de 2019

Figuras Conceptuais da Fragmentação e Reconfiguração | 2. Arquivo e Atlas: João Oliveira Duarte e Nélio Conceição

CultureLab | Arte, Crítica e Experiência Estética

20 de Fevereiro de 2019

A catarse em Nietzsche

Aula/Palestra do prof. Ernani Chaves (Univ. Federal do Pará)

14 de Fevereiro de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Giovanni Damele, "On the Rationality of Democratic Choice"

06 de Fevereiro de 2019

Erich H. Rast, 5 Feb 2019, 16h

ArgLab Research Colloquium | "Multidimensional ‘better than’"

05 de Fevereiro de 2019

Arte e Tradução

CultureLab | Arte, Crítica e Experiência Estética

29 de Janeiro de 2019

Ethics and Political Theory Reading Group

Erich Rast, "How to accept the transitivity of better than"

23 de Janeiro de 2019

Figuras Conceptuais da Fragmentação e Reconfiguração | 1. Colecção e Memória: Maria João Gamito e Claudio Rozzoni

CultureLab | Arte, Crítica e Experiência Estética

22 de Janeiro de 2019

2nd ERB Project Lecture

Wagner Teles de Oliveira

14 de Janeiro de 2019

Book Symposium

Nuno Venturinha's Description of Situations

10 de Dezembro de 2018

Seminário “Figuras da Subjectividade na Filosofia e na Literatura” | 9ª Sessão: Ana Falcato

CultureLab | Questões de Subjectividade: Filosofia e Literatura

06 de Junho de 2018

International Symposium Cinema and Philosophy: Critical May 68

CineLab | IFILNOVA - FCSH / PhD Research Project of…

29 de Maio de 2018

Seminário Nietzsche | Anthony Jensen

CultureLab | Lisbon Nietzsche Group

23 de Maio de 2018

Seminário “Figuras da Subjectividade na Filosofia e na Literatura” | 8ª Sessão: Antonio Moretti

CultureLab | Questões de Subjectividade: Filosofia e Literatura

16 de Maio de 2018

EPLAB Masterclass Series

Santoni de Sio

04 de Maio de 2018

Seminário “Figuras da Subjectividade na Filosofia e na Literatura” | 4ª Sessão: Ana Kiffer

CultureLab | Questões de Subjectividade: Filosofia e Literatura

31 de Janeiro de 2018

Seminário livre: “Figuras da Subjectividade na Filosofia e na Literatura”

CultureLab | Questions of Subjectivity: Philosophy & Literature

18 de Outubro de 2017

Instituições

FCT
FCSH