The conference aims to develop methodologies and tools to support a new ecosystem of society and education.
The conference participants were scientists, university professors, undergraduate students from different cities of Russia: Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk, Samara, Magnitogorsk, Orel, Barnaul, Omsk, Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Grozny, as well as from cities of other countries: Almaty (Kazakhstan), Ulan-Bator (Mongolia), Minsk (Belarus), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Shandong (China).
The guests were greeted by Vice-rector for Scientific work of Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Head of the Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Education, Editor-in-chief of the journal "Philosophy of Education" Boris Olegovich Mayer. In his speech the vice-rector indicated digitalization issues as the most significant not only for the education system, but also for the entire human society.
Tatyana Sergeevna Kosenko, Deputy Head of the Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Education, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Philosophy of Education”, welcomed the conference participants and presented the dictionary-reference book “Philosophy of Education”, dedicated to the memory of Nina Vasilievna Nalivaiko, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, the founder of the scientific school of Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University "Philosophy of Education: Problems of Formation and the Essence of the Concept".
The conference participants discussed a wide range of topical issues, including the methodological foundations of the philosophy of education: understanding the nature of educational interaction (ontology of education), cognitive aspects of modeling, mechanisms and technologies for modernizing the educational space (epistemology of education) and other topics.
The materials of the conference will be published in the scientific peer-reviewed journal "Philosophy of Education", included in the list of the Higher Attestation Commission. The purpose of the journal is to consolidate the Russian and international scientific and pedagogical community for the conceptual development of a new methodology for the philosophy of education in philosophical sciences (ontology and theory of knowledge, social and political philosophy) and pedagogical sciences (theory and methods of teaching and education in all areas and levels of education).