Full Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Honorary Professor of the University of Wisconsin (Madison, USA), a head of International UNESCO Chair MSUPE “Cultural-historical psychology of childhood”. Vitaly Rubtsov is a leading scientist, a specialist in general psychology, pedagogical and age psychology.
Fyodor Vasiluk – professor, PhD in Psychology, Head of the Chair of the Individual and Group Psychotherapy of Faculty of the Counseling and Clinical Psychology MSUPE, Leading research fellow of the laboratory of counseling psychology and psychotherapy of Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, head of the laboratory of scientific foundations of psychotherapy of the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education.
Harry Daniels is director of the Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research and Professor of Education: Culture and Pedagogy at the University of Bath, UK. He is also Adjunct Professor, Centre for Learning Research, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia and Research Professor, Centre for Human Activity Theory, Kansai University, Osaka, Japan. His research includes work on processes of social exclusion and processes of collaboration.
Professor of Education
Areas of Interest:
Expertise and Research Interest:
- Collection And Responses To Disability Data in different cultures and contexts.
- Policy, Pedagogy And Curriculum For Children And Young People With Complex Learning Difficulties.
- Organisation Of Inclusive And Special Schooling.
- Early Mathematical Development and Learning.
- Research Methodologies And Special Populations.
Dr. Nikolay Veresov is a Professor at Monash University, Australia. Nikolai was a Chair of International Scientific Program Committee of 2014 ISCAR Congress. He is a co-editor of Perspectives in Cultural-Historical Research Springer international book series. He has got his first PhD degree in Moscow in 1990. The second PhD was obtained in University of Oulu (Finland) in 1998.
Manolis Dafermakis (Dafermos) is associate professor in Epistemology of Psychology at the Department of Psychology, The University of Crete, Greece. His interests include cultural historical psychology, activity theory, critical psychology, history of psychology, and methodological and epistemological issues for the social sciences.
Sueli Salles Fidalgo is a Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP). She holds Doctoral Degree in Applied Linguistics and Language Studies from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) and two Postdoctoral Fellowships in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, both of which focused on Teacher Education for Children with Special Needs. Her major area of concern is teacher education focusing on those who work with children and adolescents who have been excluded from the school environment – some whilst still attending schools. Most of these students are seen as special needs.
Prof. Ass. Laure Kloetzer has joined the Centre for Research in Sociocultural Psychology at the University of Neuchâtel, after a PhD in Psychology and a few years of teaching and research as a MCF (Maître de Conférences) in Paris (Cnam, Chaire de Psychologie du Travail).
PhD in Psychology, head of Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Modern Childhood and “Psy-Lingua” – Centre of Foreign Languages of MSUPE, senior researcher of the Laboratory for theoretical and experimental Problems of cultural-historical psychology MSUPE, lecturer of the Faculty of Educational Psychology of MSUPE.
Professor and the Head of the Chair of individual & group psychotherapy MSUPE. Ph.D, Russian representative at the Executive Committee of the International Society for Cultural Activity Research – ISCAR), as well as a Russian ambassador for the ISCAR congress in Australia.