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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE CITY OF MOSCOW

State Autonomous Educational Institution

higher education in Moscow

“MOSCOW CITY UNIVERSITY”

Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education

RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF EDUCATION

FEDERAL STATE PUBLIC SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION

«SCIENTIFIC СENTRE FOR FAMILY HEALTH AND HUMAN REPRODUCTION PROBLEMS»

The 2-nd International scientific and practical on-line conference

“PSYCHOLOGY OF GIFTEDNESS AND CREATIVITY”

jointly with Web of Conferences publishing house

Dear colleagues! 

The international scientific and practical on-line conference “Psychology of giftedness and creativity” will take place on 27 November 2020 in Moscow at Moscow City University (MCU) /the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education (Moscow, Stolyarniy pereylok, 16).

Working languages of the conference: Russian, English.

The conference is aimed at attracting russian and foreign researchers in the field of psychology of giftedness and creativity to discuss the fundamental and applied aspects of identifying, supporting, developing and training gifted at different stages of ontogenesis.

During the conference, plenary reports, sections and round tables will be presented the results of scientific researches of leading experts in the field of psychology of giftedness and creativity. It is planned to discuss the methodological problems of giftedness and creativity, conceptual models and methods of theoretical and empirical research of psychological manifestations of giftedness, psychotechnology of the development of creative abilities and giftedness of children and adults, their support in modern conditions, etc.

Directions of the conference:

Non-cognitive factors of development of intelligence and creativity (A.I. Savenkov, Phd (Pedagogy, Psychology), corresponding member of RAO, professor);Development of children’s giftedness (L.I. Larionova Phd (Psychology), professor);Diagnostics of children’s giftedness (E.I. Shcheblanova, Phd (Psychology), professor);Psychology and technologies for teaching gifted children (N.B.Shymakova, Phd (Psychology), professor);Reflexive -co-creative technologies for development of children’s giftedness (S.U. Stepanov, Phd (Psychology), professor);Professional creative productivity at the stage of acme (V.M. Postavnev, Phd (Psychology), docent);Development of mathematical giftedness (M.A. Romanova, Phd (Psychology), professor);Development of artistic giftedness (A.A. Nikitin, Phd (Psychology), professor);Psychological and pedagogical aspects of preparing teachers for working with gifted students (A.S. Lvova, Phd (Pedagogy), docent); Medical and psychological factors of intellectual giftedness and academic success of a child in the modern educational environment (L.V. Rychkova, Phd (medicine), corresponding member of RAO, professor);

PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE

November 27, 2020

10:00 – 13:00 Conference opening.

Plenary reports

Moderators: A.I. Savenkov, V.M. Postavnev

Conference opening Introductory words
Plenary report Alexander I. Savenkov, Doctor of Pedagogical and Psychological sciences, professor, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, corresponding member of RAO
Plenary report

 

Natalia B. Shymakova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor, Leading Researcher
Plenary report

 

Foreign participant
Plenary report Igor N. Semenov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor
Plenary report Elena I. Shcheblanova , Doctor of Psychological sciences, Head of the Laboratory
Plenary report

 

Tatiana N. Tikhomirova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor
Plenary report

 

Alexander A. Milik-Pashaev Doctor of Psychological sciences, Chief Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education
Plenary report Lyudmila I. Larionova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor

14:00 – 16:00 Section reports of conference

Section 1. Non-cognitive factors of development of intelligence and creativity

Section leaders: Alexander I. Savenkov, Doctor of Pedagogical and Psychological sciences, professor, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, corresponding member of RAO, T.D. Savenkova

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Section 2. Development of children’s giftedness

Section leaders: Lyudmila I. Larionova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University”, O.V. Tsaplina

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Section 3. Diagnostics of children’s giftedness

Section leaders: Elena I. , Doctor of Psychological sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Psychology of Giftedness, FGBNU “Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education”, V.P. Peskov

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Section 4. Psychology and technologies for teaching gifted children

Section leaders: Natalia B. Shymakova Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of Developmental Psychology, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University”, Leading Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, P.V. Smirnova

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Section 5. Reflexive -co-creative technologies for development of children’s giftedness

Section leaders: Sergey Y. Stepanov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University

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Section 6. Professional creative productivity at the stage of acme

Section leaders: Vladymir M. Postavnev Candidate of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University

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Section 7. Development of mathematical giftedness

Section leaders: Marina A. Romanova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor at the Department of Teaching Methods of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University

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Section 8. Development of artistic giftedness

Section leaders: Alexey A. Nikitin, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, candidate of art history, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social sciences, Khabarovsk State Institute of Culture, I.S. Bylanova

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Section 9. Psychological and pedagogical aspects of preparing teachers for working with gifted students

Section leaders: Anna S. Lvova, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, associate professor at the Department of Teaching Methods, Deputy Director for academic policy of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University

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Section 10. Medical and psychological factors of intellectual giftedness and academic success of a child in the modern educational environment

Section leaders: Lybov V. Rychkova, Corresponding Member of RAS, Doctor of Medical sciences, professor, Director of Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution “Scientific Center for Family Health and Human Reproduction”

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16:15 – 17:30 Closing session in a round table format: summing up the conference results, adoption of the conference resolution

COMMITTEES

CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE – Alexander I. Savenkov, Doctor of Pedagogical and Psychological sciences, professor, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, corresponding member of RAO, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)

 VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE – Lyudmila I. Larionova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University” (Moscow, Russia)

  • Asel B. Akpaeva, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, associate professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Methodology of Primary Education KazNPU them. Abay (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
  • Evgeniya P. Varlamova, candidate of Psychological sciences, business coach (Los Angeles, USA)
  • Danjin Bayaraa, director of the UyCai secondary school (Ulan Bator, Mongolia)
  • Lhamtseren Bold, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, Research Fellow, Vocational and Higher Education Research Sector, Institute of Education of Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
  • Yulia D. Babaeva, candidate of Psychological sciences, Senior Researcher, Labor Laboratory, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Lyudmila N. Voronetskaya, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor of the Department of Pedagogy, Faculty of Social and Pedagogical Technologies, “Belarusian State Pedagogical University named after Maxima Tanka “(Minsk, Belarus)
  • Anna V. Gavrilyuk, Doctor of Psychological sciences, Slavic University (Chisinau, Moldova)
  • Gokmen Kahraman, Master’s student, St. Petersburg State University (Turkey)
  • Hendy Ginting, associate professor of Bandung Institute of Technology (Bandung, Indonesia)
  • Alexander V. Gluzman, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, professor, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Humanitarian and Pedagogical Academy (branch) of the Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education “Vernadsky Crimean Federal University “(Yalta, Russia)
  • Vladimir A. Egorov, candidate ofPhysico-Mathematical sciences, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia, Russia)
  • Natalia Zhdanovich, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, associate professor of Maxim Tank Belarusian State Pedagogical University (Minsk, Belarus)
  • Ilaria Innochenti, Doctor of Psychological sciences, associate professor of school of professional specialization in art therapy “CRETE” (Флоренция, Италия)
  • Maria Karaivanova, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts (Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
  • Mergalyas M. Kashapov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor, Head of the Department of Pedagogy and Educational Psychology of P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University (Yaroslavl, Russia)
  • Slavomir Kozei, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, professor, Jan Kochanowski University UJK (Kielce, Poland)
  • Alexander M. Kolishko, Head of the Department of General and Social Psychology, EE “Grodno State University named after Yanka Kupala “(Grodno, Belarus)
  • Anna S. Lvova, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, associate Professor at the Department of Teaching Methods, Deputy Director for academic policy of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Anzelika I. Lychinkina, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor in Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical University (Simferopol, Russia)
  • Liana Malavasi, psychologist, art therapist, Director of the Center for European Studies in Expressive Psychology (Florence, Italy)
  • Malykh Sergey Borisovich, full member of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor, Chief Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia)
  • Melik-Pashaev Alexander Alexandrovich, Doctor of Psychological sciences, Chief Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia)
  • Enrico Marchi, psychologist, psychotherapist, professor of the Department of Psychotherapy and Rehabilitation, University of Pisa, member of the Association “Psychology and Art” (Lucca, Tuscany, Italy)
  • Alexander A. Melik-Pashaev, Doctor of Psychological sciences, Chief Researcher in Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia)
  • Lora M. Narikbaeva, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, professor in Abay Kazakh National Pedagogical University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
  • Valentina A. Naymova, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor in FSBEI HE Kamchatka State University V. Beringa (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia)
  • Alexey A. Nikitin, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, candidate of art history, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social sciences, Khabarovsk State Institute of Culture (Khabarovsk, Russia)
  • Marianna Nolte, Doctor of Psychological sciences, Faculty of Education – Department of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Natural Sciences Education, Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
  • Alexey S. Obykhov, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor, Leading Expert, Center for Contemporary Childhood Research, Institute of Education, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)
  • Anna A. Ostrovskaya, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, Head of the Department of Scientific and Methodological Support and International Cooperation, “Institute for Advanced Studies and Retraining of Personnel of the State Committee of Forensic Expertise of the Republic of Belarus” (Minsk, Belarus)
  • Victor I. Panov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Laboratory of Ecopsychology of Development, FGBNU “Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education” (Moscow, Russia)
  • Lyudmila V. Popova, candidate of Psychological sciences, professor of the department of psychology of FSBEI HE “Moscow Pedagogical State University” (Moscow, Russia)
  • Vladimir M. Postavnev, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor, head of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Marina A. Romanova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor at the Department of Teaching Methods of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Lybov V. Rychkova, Corresponding Member of RAS, Doctor of Medical sciences, professor, Director of Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution “Scientific Center for Family Health and Human Reproduction” (Irkutsk, Russia)
  • Akmaral K. Satova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor in Abay Kazakh National Pedagogical University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
  • Igor N. Semenov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Sergey Y. Stepanov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Tatiana N. Tikhomirova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of Lomonosov Moscow State University, Corresponding Member of RAO, Leading Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Federal Resource Center for Psychological Service in the Education System of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia, Moscow)
  • Dmitriy V. Yshakov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor, Corresponding Member of RAS, Director of the Institute of Psychology RAS, Vice-President of the international organization “Eurotalent”, the European Committee for the Education of Gifted Children and Youth at the Council of Europe (Moscow, Russia)
  • Roberta Frizon, Director of the MEME Institute (branch of the European University Jean Monnet, Brussels) (Modena, Italy)
  • Annet Heinbokel, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, Editor of ECHA News, European Council for High Abilities (FRG)
  • Maria B. Chernova, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, associative art therapist at the Center for European Studies in Expressive Psychology (Florence, Italy)
  • Natalia B. Shymakova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of Developmental Psychology, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University”, Leading Researcher, Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia)
  • Elena I. Shcheblanova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Psychology of Giftedness, FGBNU “Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education” (Moscow, Russia)

CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE Alexander I. Savenkov, Doctor of Pedagogical and Psychological sciences, professor, full member of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, corresponding member of RAO, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)

VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE – Vladimir M. Postavnev, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor, head of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)

  • Irina S. Bylanova, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Victoria V. Kosyak, specialist of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Anna S. Lvova, Doctor of Pedagogical sciences, associate Professor at the Department of Teaching Methods, Deputy Director for academic policy of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Vadim P. Peskov, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Irina V. Postavneva, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Marina A. Romanova, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor at the Department of Teaching Methods of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Tatiana D. Savenkova, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer at the Department of Pedagogy of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Polina V. Smirnova, candidate of Psychological sciences, associate professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Sergey Y. Stepanov, Doctor of Psychological sciences, professor of the Department of psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)
  • Olga V. Tsaplina, candidate of Pedagogical sciences, associate professor of the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education in Moscow City University (Moscow, Russia)

 For those who wish, the preparation of a collection is provided in cooperation with the publishing house Web of Conferences. Articles published in the collection of conferences will take DOI and will be indexed in Web of Science Core Collection (Emerging Sources Citation Index).

Requirements for published materials and conditions of publishing jointly with Web of Conferences publishing presented in the appendix.

 Form:

An online conference format is expected on an information platform Microsoft Teams. The conference starts at 10.00 Moscow time.

The program committee offers participation in the conference in the form of presentations at plenary and breakout sessions, as well as the inclusion of materials in the conference collection without a report. Conference participants whose reports are included in plenary and breakout sessions by decision of the program committee will receive additional letters indicating the date of their report. Scientists, psychologists, teachers of educational organizations, practical trainers, graduate students, undergraduates are invited to participate in the conference, regardless of the availability of reports or abstracts.

All conference participants will be issued a certificate of participation.

Requirements for published materials

Materials for publication (the attached file is called “Article_First name of the author_City”). Articles are accepted until 24th November, 2020 by e-mail: konf-odar-2019@bk.ru

 

Please note that all the wishes that the author may have during the scientific editing of his materials are taken into account only, if they are stated in the form of emails (E-mail) addressed to the organizing committee of the conference.

Requirements for published materials (sample attached):

SAMPLE

 

Articles are accepted in .doc format, made in the text editor Word – 97 / 98-2007. The volume of the article is not more than 14,000 characters. The format working field is A4, the margins are 20 mm on all sides, the font is Times New Roman, the font size is 14, and the line spacing is 1.

The article begins with the name and initials of the author (bold, right justification, size – 14). On the next line (italic font, right justification, size – 12) – academic rank, academic degree, place of work, city (no abbreviations are allowed). On the next line (font italics, right justification, size – 12) – E-mail. In a line, the name of the materials in capital letters (bold, center alignment, size – 14). A line – abstract and keywords in Russian and English (size – 12, italics). Then the text is printed through the line (indent 1.25 cm). References in the text in square brackets. After the main text is a list of references (point size 12, italics). Please follow the rules for hyphens and dashes. Materials should not contain footnotes. Page numbers are not affixed. Word wraps are not used. Tables and graphs must be numbered and signed. Illustrations, tables, graphs are sent as separate files in .jpeg format.

Undergraduates, graduate students and applicants must indicate the place of work and, in addition, full name, academic degree and the title of supervisor.

Each conference participant submits only one material (in person or in collaboration).

The program committee reserves the right to select materials. Materials that are not relevant to the conference topics, not designed in accordance with the requirements, having originality below 85%, will not be considered.

 Conference admission is free of charge and we very much hope that you are interested to participate. Payment of travel and accommodation – at the expense of the sending side.

SAMPLE