30 November 2018
Room P8-06, 79/10 pr. Svobodny, Siberian Federal University

  • 08:30—09:00Registration of participants
  • 09:00Welcome speech for the participants of the I International Honors College Conference. Krasnoyarsk 2018

    Maxim Rumyantsev, deputy minister of education of Krasnoyarsk territory.

Plenary meeting

  • 09:10—09:30“SibFU Honors College and International Concept of Honors Education”

    Maria Tarasova, Candidate of Science (in Philosophy), Program Manager of SibFU Honors College, Siberian Federal University.

  • 09:30—09:40“Address to participants of Honors College Conference. Krasnoyarsk 2018”

    Naomi Yavneh-Klos, Ph.D., President of NCHC 2018.

  • 09:40—09:50“Honors education as a global trend

    John Zubizarreta, Ph.D., President of NCHC 2010, Columbia College.

  • 09:50—10:00“The importance of developing honors students’ soft skills”

    Beata Jones, Ph.D., Honors faculty fellow, professor of Neeley School of Business.

  • 10:00—10:15“Being HIP: Honors as an Innovation Playground”

    Laurie Kramer, Ph.D., Director of University Honors Program, Northeastern University, Boston.

  • 10:20—10:35“6X6: A Learning Framework for the Honors Program at Illinois State University”

    Gina Turton, Academic Coordinator, Honors Program, Illinois State University.

  • 10:40—10:55“Supervising honors thesis at Western Michigan University”

    Anna Popkova, Assistant Professor of Communication, Western Michigan University.

  • 11:00—11:15Coffee-break
  • 11:15—11:45“Ethos of elite education”

    Andrey Scherbenok, Ph.D., Director of the School of Advanced Studies (SAS), University of Tyumen.

  • 11:45—12:05“Educational Formats: SAS and Federal state educational standards”

    Elina Samokhvalova, Head of Training Office, School of Advanced Studies (SAS), University of Tyumen.

  • 12:10—12:30“SAS and University”

    Anastasia Rusakova, Candidate of Science (in Philology), Deputy Head, School of Advanced Studies (SAS), University of Tyumen.

  • 12:40—13:00“Culture and Identity”

    Ekaterina Selikhovkina, Adviser for Academic Positioning, Project Manager, School of Advanced Studies (SAS), University of Tyumen.

  • 13:00—14:00Lunch

Room Б1-01, 79/10 pr. Svobodny, Siberian Federal University

“Honors College. My Story”

  • 14:00—15:00

    Speakers Competition for lecturers of educational programs and students of SibFU Honors College.

    Moderator - Tatiana Rumiantseva, senior lecturer, School of Philology and Linguistics, SibFU, lecturer of educational program “Effective communication”, SibFU Honors College.

  • 15:00—15:15Coffee-break

Room P8-06, 79/10 pr. Svobodny, Siberian Federal University

Plenary meeting

  • 15:15—15:30“Basic Principles of Honors didactics”

    Marca Wolfensberger, Hanze, Ph.D., President of EHC, Professor of Talent Development in Higher Education and Beyond, University of Applied Sciences, Groningen.

  • 15:40—15:55“SUSU Experience in initiating and directing elite education”

    Elena Kurkina, Deputy Director of the Center for Elite Education, South Ural State University (SUSU).

  • 16:10—16:25“Designer of Educational Environments: KSPU experience in Honors Education Development”

    Marina Safonova, Candidate of Science (in Psychology), Assistant Professor, Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University (KSPU).

  • 16:30—16:40“Why Honors? Universities respond”

    Mikhail Bukhtoyarov, Candidate of Science (in Philosophy), Assistant Professor, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of SibFU Honors College.

  • 16:45—16:55“Psychological health as an educational outcome for students of Honors College”

    Valeria Matushkina, Senior Lecturer, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of SibFU Honors College.

  • 17:00Summing up.

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Discussion sites

  • 09:30—10:20“Project Activities of Honors College students”

    Discussion site I.

    Moderator Mikhail Rybkov, senior lecturer, School of Mathematics and Computer Science, School of Space and Information Technologies, Head of the Center of Innovative Consulting, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of educational program “Fundamentals of Project Management”, SibFU Honors College.

  • 10:30—11:20“Role of game-based methods in educational activities of Honors College”

    Discussion site II.

    Moderator Tatiana Sedykh, Candidate of Science (in Education), Chair of Information Technology in Education and Lifelong Learning, School of Education, Psychology and Sociology, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of educational programs “Individual Educational Methods” and “Decision Making”, SibFU Honors College.

  • 11:30—12:00“Role of critical thinking development for Honors College students”

    Discussion site III.

    Moderator Mikhail Bukhtoyarov, Candidate of Science (in Philosophy), Master of Education (Kent State University ’09), Assistant Professor, Chair of Globalistics and Geopolitics, School for the Humanities, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of educational program “Critical Thinking”, SibFU Honors College.

  • 12:10—12:50Education as process of building competences: role of negotiations in regulation of the individual learning program.

    Discussion site IV.

    Moderators: Arthur Kongarova and Daria Kongarova, lecturers of educational program “Negotiations skills”, SibFU Honors College.

  • 13:00—13:30“Educational practices of critical thinking development for Honors College students”

    Discussion site V.

    Moderator Aleksandra Sitnikova, Candidate of Science (in Philosophy), an art historian, Assistant Professor, Chair of Culturology, School for the Humanities, Siberian Federal University, lecturer of educational program “Creative Thinking” SibFU Honors College.

  • 13:30—14:00Coffee-break
  • 14:00—14:50Section “Interdisciplinary research of Honors College students”
  • 15:00Summing up.