Humanitas is an event held every two years in Curitiba Brazil, with the objective of promoting reflections on educational training, practice, and research in a globalized, diversified context with strong social demand.
The 3rd edition of Humanitas was carried out in partnership with PUCPR, the University of Coimbra, the University of Lisbon, the University of Porto, the Open University of Portugal and the University of Minho, and this year the congress also had the support of the CONNECT Project.
In this year of commemoration of the bicentennial of the Independence of Brazil and the centenary of the Week of Modern Art, there is a great moment to create spaces for reflection, in the sense of revisiting disruptive practices and movements in authoritarian times that made it possible to introduce new paradigms. Historical movements that have brought many transformations and that drive the search for new epistemological-methodological bases to collectively rethink the educational process to face the complex reality of the world we live in.
It was aimed at the participation of professionals and professors of higher education and basic education, researchers, undergraduate and graduate students from Brazil and abroad.
Humanitas was a space for the exchange of knowledge, moments of debate, an opportunity to critically reflect, a circumstance for the creation and innovation of ideas, thoughts, and actions, discussing topics of great relevance to education.
The 2022 Edition was held from October 03 to 06, 2022 in the online modality, with dissemination carried out from the city of Curitiba/Paraná/Brazil. In this edition, we had 949 registered participants, 281 approved works, 28 round tables and 23 lectures.
Among the works presented, we had two round tables on Brazilian experiences with open schooling, presenting the research projects: School Web-radio at UFRJ, UNEB in the CONNECT Project, open schooling in the L@bLíngu@s project, PUCPR in the CONNECT Project and Education in Network at UFSC.
We also had the lecture with Professor Alexandra Okada entitled The CONNECT Project: an open schooling experience that is available on YouTube at the link: https://youtu.be/6SjyBzWIm3w
We also had at this event, the roundtable of European experiences in the Connect Project, presented by: Georgios Kolions – EXUX, Alexandros Koukovinis – LOBA, Laia Vives Adrián – IrsiCaixa and Giorgos Panselinas – RDE. Also available on YouTube at the link: https://youtu.be/l3ySUYY4s60