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16 Apr 2011


Thursday, 16th June 2011

09.00 – 12:00    Registration & Helpdesk

10.00 – 10.30    Welcome & Opening Addresses
• Prof. Triantafyllos Albanis, Rector of the University of Ioannina, Greece
• Hans-Werner Rueckert, President of EAIE-FEDORA
• Walter Fisaber, President of the Hellenic National Center for Vocational Orientation

10.30  – 12.00     Keynote Speeches
10.30 – 11.15
• Rueckert Hans-Werner, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
Psychological Counselling in Modern Times – Is there anything new under the sun? icon

11.15 – 12.00
• Prof. Ebersold Serge, INSHEA Paris,  France - GSPE-Prisme
Higher education and the transition to labor market for disabled students – international trends and challenges

12.15 – 13.15    Workshops (each participant may choose 1 of the following 4 workshops)
12.15 – 13.15   
Workshop 1: Stanbury D., The embodied learner pdf
Workshop 2: Uildriks & Hupken, Study Skills Course: Effective Studying in 6 weeks pdf
Workshop 3: Sorensen A. & Hessellund, Learning assessment for students with mental and behavioral disorders
Workshop 4: Hune Holler M., Supporting students with psychosocial disorders in a modern study context - about the impact of counselling in a learning perspective pdf

13.15 – 14.30     FEDORA Executive Committee meeting and LUNCH

14.30 – 18.00    Symposia, workshops and oral presentations
14.30 – 16.15    Sessions 1-4 (each participant may choose 1 of the following 4 Sessions)
Session 1   
•  Paleologou, A. (Oral Presentation), Development of a Telecounseling Service at the Career Office of the University of Ioannina
• Askitopoulou V., Kantoglou E. (Thematic Symposium), Career Counseling in the Post-Modern Era
Pargiani S., Mavrogeorgiadis E., Confessions of a Counseling Student: Studying as a Teacher at Thessaloniki's Counseling School (A.S.PE.T.E.)
Soumpara M, Zafeiriou S., Anastasiadou E., Counselors vs. Clients: Parallel Courses, Perpendicular Relations
Tarara A., Anastasiadou S., The Career Counselor and the Discovery of New Roles at Work

Session 2
• Rott, G. (Thematic Symposium), The cooperative development of the quality culture in HE to enhance student centred learning  and employability: the approach at the University of Prishtina pdf
Willy Aastrup

Arlinda Beka pdf
David Stanbury pdf

Session 3
• Kalantzi-Azizi, A. (Thematic Symposium), Counseling Services of the University of Athens  pdf pdf
Argyropoulou, M., Counseling Center for Students at the University of Athens: Function, Services and Activities pdf
Papachristodoulou, E., The Peer Counseling Center of the Department of Early Childhood Education at the University of Athens: An overview of 16 years of experience
Sofianopoulou, A., Pino, A., Kouroupetroglou, G., Kalantzi-Azizi, A., Accessibility Unit for Students with Disabilities: Mission, Services and the 3-year experience from the Counseling Service pdf
Daliana, N., Theologis, V., pdf

Session 4
• Rieth, A. (Workshop), Supporting students with mental health problems pdf

16.15 – 16.45    Coffee break

16.45 – 18.00    Sessions 5 - 8 (each participant may choose to follow 1 of the following 3 Sessions)
Session 5
• Drosos, N, Sidiropoulou-Dimakakou, D. & Argyropoulou, K.,“Why should I choose you?”: Activities aiming at developing self-presentation and social skills pdf  pdf

Session 6  
• Hughes, P. (Oral Presentation),Confidentiality and information sharing across student services
• Sorensen, A. (Oral Presentation), The balanced performativity as strategic focus in educational psychotherapy and coaching pdf

Session 7

• Mair, D. (Workshop), Working Creatively With Sexual Minority Students. pdf

19.00 – 21.00    Opening Dinner at the Monastery of Agios Georgios (Saint George) of Dourouti

Friday, 17th June 2011

08.30 - 11.30    Registration & Helpdesk

09.00 – 11.00    Keynote Speeches
09.00 – 09.45
• Merkt Marianne, Studiendekanin Master of Higher Education - Zentrum fur Hochschul- und Weiterbildung (ZHW) - Universitat Hamburg
Counselling, coaching and supervision concepts and their implications for students personal and professional growth – a view on the German Higher Education landscape pdf
09.45 – 11.00
• Denies Jacques, Manager School Technology Innovation Center – Microsoft, Brussels, Belgium
Technology enables inclusion pdf

11.00 – 11.30    Coffee Break

11.30 – 12.30    FEDORA General Assembly (please check the FEDORA SU 2011 website for the latest news)

12.30 – 13.30    Workshops (each participant may follow 1 of the following 4 workshops)
Workshop 1: Campagne, N. & Hacking, P., ‘Work and life’ – career guidance for the Y generation in a time of economic slowdown pdf
Workshop 2: Puskas-Vajda, Z., New Challenges for Student Counselling: Outgoing Erasmus students private and professional experiences during the Erasmus stipendium time period. pdf
Workshop 3: Schumann, W, Addicted to the world wide net – treatment of students internet abuse pdf
Workshop 4: Aastrup, W., The Social Dimension in the Bologna Process

13.30 – 14.30    Poster session and Lunch
Poster Session
• Egger, J., Trapp, M. & Egger-Zeidner, E., Students help Students – Peer to Peer Helpline at the Medical University of Graz pdf

• Liimatainen, J., Boosting an f2f peer group with chat meetings
• Schroeder, A., Effective ways of counselling a large number of students with only a small number of career advisors pdf
• Skaltsa, I. & Drossinou -Korea, M., Career Services (C.S.) for students and young graduates of the Agricultural University of Athens (A.U.A): Introducing them to the profession of Agronomist

14.30 – 18.00    Symposia, workshops and oral presentations
14.30 – 16.15    Sessions 1-3 (each participant may choose to follow 1 of the following 3 Sessions)
Session 1
• Dean, L. (Oral Presentation), Engagement with Employability Skills: If the student won’t come to careers then careers must go to the student.
• Gardner, M. (Oral Presentation), Quantity vs. Quality – dilemmas in careers counselling of international students pdf
• Sorensen, A. (Oral Presentation), A learning based model for career guidance of students with disabilities pdf

Session 2

• Depreeuw, E. (Oral Presentation), VaSEV 1990 – 2010: Assessment of study achievement characteristics.
Does the changing educational context matters at all?
• Uildriks, E. & Hupkens, M. (Oral Presentation), Task Management Group pdf

Session 3
• Papadioti-Athanasiou, V. & Kaltsouda, A. (Thematic Symposium), The Present and the Future of Student Psychological Counseling: Meeting the challenges, discussing the prospects
Kaltsouda, A., The University of Ioannina's Counseling Center (Part 1). A critical view on the current situation and prospects: Filling the Gap pdf
Skapinakis, P., The University of Ioannina's Counseling Center (Part 2). Use of a computerized, fully structured psychiatric interview to screen for common mental disorders in a student population pdf
Argyrides, M., The Development of a Counseling Center at Neapolis University Pafos pdf
Kalantzi - Azizi, A., Charila, D., Laboratory of Psychological Counseling for Students, Unversity of Athens pdf
Giovazolias, A., Activities of the Counseling Center of the University of Crete, Challenges of the Past and the Future pdf

• Lafourcade, V. (Workshop), How to promote European and international mobility of students with special needs? pdf

16.15 – 16. 45    Coffee Break

16.45 – 18.00    Sessions 4 – 6 (each participant may choose 1 of the following 3 Sessions)

Session 4

• Kalantzi-Azizi, A. (Thematic Symposium), Community Intervention Program for Smoking Prevention and Cessation among University Students in Greece
Kalantzi - Azizi, A., Efthimiou, K., Sofianopoulou, A., Community Intervention Program for Smoking Prevention and Cessation among University Students in Greece pdf
Karademas, E., The use of Social Cognitive Models in the Development of the Anti-smoking Programme for University Students' Information Package pdf
Charila, D., The Programme for Smoking Cessation in Student Population pdf
Sofianopoulou, A., Efthimiou, K., Karademas, E., Kalantzi - Azizi, A.  Factors related to Smoking Initiation and Smoking Behaviour Maintenance amongst Student Populations in Greece

• Giovazolias, A. (Oral Presentation), Eating disorders and attachment processes in Greek University students: The mediating role of body dissatisfaction

Session 6
• Drossinou-Korea, M. (Oral Presentation), The inclusion of students with dyslexia. Proposals for good practices pdf
• Knudsen, M. (Oral Presentation), Student related difficulties associated with Asperger’s Syndrome and examples  of supportive initiatives pdf
• Putz, J. (Oral Presentation), Risks and chances of the so-called peer counseling pdf

20.00    Conference Dinner at Stoa Louli (located in the city centre)

Saturday, 18th June

08.30 – 11.30     Registration and help desk

10.00 – 11.00    Keynote Speeches
10.00 – 11.00   
• Fotini Vlachaki, Dimitrios Gaitanis, Hellenic National Center for Vocational Orientation, Lifelong Guidance Policies & Practices: Perspectives for the Enhancement of Lifelong Guidance & Career Development at European and National Levels"

11.00 – 11.30    Coffee Break

11.30 – 12.30    Workshops and oral presentations (each participant may choose  1 of the following 3 Sessions)
Session 1   
• Naseem-Rachel, N., Introducing student peer mentoring in universities in Pakistan: Hierarchy and a different culture of learning? pdf
Session 2   
• Argiropoulou M.-I. & Lemonoudi, M. (Workshop), Therapeutic techniques for procrastinators pdf
Session 3   
• Denies, J. (Workshop), Efficient use of ICT – reflections on a structured set of examples

12.30  – 13.30    FEDORA Working Groups Meetings

13.30 – 14.30    Lunch

14.30 – 15.30     Closing Session

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