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”, a leading scientist, a specialist in general psychology, pedagogical and age psychology.
Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont is a Professor of the Institute of Psychology and Education, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. She conducts research in social and cultural psychology with a special interest for the study of thinking as a contextualized and developmental activity. She has been interested in the transition from youth to adulthood with special attention to vocational training.
Professor Margolis is the Rector of the Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Professor of Educational Psychology, PhD in Psychology. Prof. Margolis holds a great organizational work being a well-known expert in Educational Psychology, teachers and psychologists training.
Dr. Daniels is Professor of Education at Oxford University, director of the Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research and Professor of Education, Culture and Pedagogy at the University of Bath, UK. Dr. Daniels is also Adjunct Professor at Centre for Learning Research, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, Research Professor at Centre for Human Activity Theory at Kansai University, Osaka, Japan, Research Professor in Cultural Historical Psychology at Moscow State University of Psychology & Education.
Professor Plakitsi currently works at the School of Education, University of Ioannina. Professor Plakitsi does research in Educational Assessment, Teachers Education and Teaching Science. Professor Plakitsi is a President of the ISCAR Executive committee. Professor of Science Education, Dept. of Early Childhood Education, School of Education, University of Ioannina. Teaching: Science Education and also Science Education in Science Museums and Science Centres at the University of Athens as well as at the University of Ioannina, Greece.
Full professor in the Teaching and learning studies Department of Laval University, Sylvie Barma is interested in science and technology teachers who reflect and renew their teaching practice. The originality of her research works lies in the contribution of the 3rd generation of activity theory, the Expansive learning which takes place when solving problems in the school environment.
Stella Vosniadou is Strategic Professor in the School of Education, Flinders University, Australia. Professor Vosniadou has more than 150 publications including authored and edited books and articles in refereed journal and edited volumes in the areas of cognitive development, cognitive psychology, conceptual change, and learning science and mathematics.
Dr. Dafermos is an associate professor in the epistemology of psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Crete. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Lomonosov Moscow State University. His interests include cultural historical psychology, critical psychology, the history of psychology, and methodological and epistemological issues in the social sciences.
Professor Veresov is an Associate Professor at Monash University, Australia. Prof. Veresov has got his first PhD degree in Moscow in 1990. The second PhD was obtained in University of Oulu (Finland) in 1998. From 1999 to 2011 Veresov had been affiliated to Kajaani Teacher Training Department (Finland) as a Senior Researcher and the Scientific Director of the international projects.
Sueli Salles Fidalgo
Dr. Fidalgo is a Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP). Prof. Fidalgo 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.
Fernanda Liberali is a teacher educator, researcher and professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, in the Department of English. Within the framework of Socio-Historical-Cultural Activity Theory, her main research interests are related to teacher education, teaching-learning, multimodal argumentation, multilingualism / bilingual education.
Niklas Alexander Chimirri
Niklas Alexander Chimirri is an Associate Professor in Social Psychology of Everyday life at the Department of People & Technology, Roskilde University (Denmark). Since 2016, he has been acting as Bachelor Module Coordinator at Roskilde University’s study program Social Psychology of Everyday Life.
Laure Kloetzer works as a lecturer in psychology and as a research associate in the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Research interests: lifelong development, social and technological learning, psychological analysis of linguistic or dialogical activities, research methodologies.
Serena Veggetti is a professor of the First university of Rome, Italy. She has a historical-philosophical and psychological background (degree in Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Philosophy, Sapienza University of Rome, course of specialization in Psychology at the Moscow State University. She has cared for the translation into Italian dissemination of the main publications by representatives of the Russian cultural-historical psychology.
Guido Benvenuto got a degree in Philosophy in First University of Rome (Sapienza) in 1985, PhD in Experimental Pedagogy in 1990, The main research activities concern: the planning of interventions aimed at the recovery and prevention of early school leaving at the level of individual institutes and networks of schools, the development of training courses for teachers in services.
Professor Zaretsky, PhD in Psychology, Professor of the Department of Individual and Group Psychotherapy of the Faculty of Psychological Counseling at Moscow State University of Psychology and Education. Russian representative at the Executive Committee of ISCAR, as well as a Russian ambassador for the ISCAR congress in Australia. Member of the editorial board of the journal “Consultative Psychology and Psychotherapy”.
Olga Rubtsova is an Associate Professor and the Head of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Modern Childhood in Moscow State University of Psychology & Education. She graduated from Moscow State Linguistic University majoring in English, French and German and later got her PhD in Psychology. The area of Prof. Ass. Rubtsova scientific and research interests covers various aspects of modern childhood and childhood development, adolescence and adolescent education, digital media as a new means of mediation, as well as studying drama and theatre in the light of cultural-historical theory and activity approach.
Doctor in Psychology, Head of the Faculty of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Professor, Head and Leader of the Advanced Training Program “Cognitive Psychotherapy of Emotional and Personal Disorders” and professional retraining program “Clinical Psychology”