October 3-5, 2013
Ixtamil Vacational Center
Convention Center
Ixtapan de la Sal, Estado de México, México

Phone. +(52) (55) 53 41 50 39 y 53 41 80 12

Motives · Goals · Topics · Submissions · Registration · Organizing Committee · Scientific Committee · Organizers


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For years there has been a crisis in educational models at all levels. The average years of schooling are still low in almost every country and poverty has expanded: most of 90% of the world's population live with great limitations and economic pressures, which are extreme and inhuman in more than 50% of such population.

Given the deficiencies of the education system, many young people doesn't get suitable school opportunities and many others have grown aversion against school. Only a slim minority achieves to complete a bachelor degree and even less to complete postgraduate studies.

In general, institutions fail to offer to their students pertinent knowledge for work and daily life. The students' effort is focused in getting a grade and not in learning how to produce, create and innovate. Many teachers lack proper training and suffer the social underestimation of their profession.

The effects of the current teaching-learning process in schools are far from what is expected in the teaching programs. The outcome in education has not been satisfactory, as is shown in the accelerated rise in criminal and agressive behaviors, besides the low technical performance in many fields related to productive activities.

Education is wrongly conceived as a linear, one-way process, based on a knowledge foundation, abilities and pre-established principles in a teaching program. The established themes and school routines contrast the new generation's present speed to access multiple technological sources of information and alternative interaction.

It is required a paradigm shift towards a comprehensive and democratic model based on diverse alternative proposals, dialogical and self-managed. That will lead us to a change in the teaching-learning process at schools, having an essential and critical role to overcome many family problems and opening channels for the transformation of social reality.


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  1. To create a scenario for shared thinking, ideas exchange and connection between individuals, groups and institutions interested in overcoming the current education paradigms.
  2. To know and feature innovative education proposals which promote creative learning, team work, receptive dialogue and peaceful vocation.
  3. To generate initiatives for the systematization of concepts, methodologies, pedagogical and didactic techniques that encourage the passion for knowledge, learning and social commitment among teachers and students.
  4. To overcome dogmatic tendencies and to promote dialogue between different ways of thinking and doing, as a proof of the possibilities of the cultural diversity assessment and integration.


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  1. Alternative pedagogical concepts and proposals
    1. Transformations in education planning
    2. Alternatives for the docent education and transformation
    3. The teachers' ethics and social commitment
    4. Transformations in the teachers' guild organization
    5. Critical analysis on the teaching career and the stimuli systems
    6. Cooperation, organization, creation and cultural diversity in schools
    7. Comprehensive assessment and feedback on learning
    8. Democratical and conciliatory forms of school management
    9. Alternative study aids and textbooks
    10. School-Community links and educational social commitment
    11. School environment transformation
    12. Health and school learning
    13. Education and new information and comunication technologies
    14. Online education and social transformation
    15. Alternatives for parent education and family life
    16. Adult and senior education
    17. Continuing education
    18. Public policies for education transformation
    19. Body-armour in the education process
    20. Secularism and anti-dogmatisms in education
    21. Alternatives to face violence in schoolsAlternativas frente a la violencia en la escuela
    22. Social harmony and group environment in schools
    23. Dropping out and staying in school
    24. Education and productivity
    25. Investigation and innovation on education
  2. Management and financing of the public and private school
    1. Alternatives for education validation, recognition and certification
    2. Federal budget for education
    3. State education budgets
    4. Municipal education budgets
    5. Public education defense
    6. Profit and private institutions
    7. Education cooperatives
    8. Community service income
    9. Alternative sources of education funding
  3. Alternatives on early education
    1. Emotion and habits in intrauterine life
    2. Diet, emotion and habits on the first 3 years
    3. Family life influence on identity formation
    4. Basic abilities and habits of self-care and safety
    5. Reconnaissance of physical and social environment
    6. Experience and play
    7. Psychomotor development
    8. Receptiveness and verbal expression
    9. Constrution of childhood as a education reality
  4. Alternatives for pre-schoo. education
    1. Reconnaissance of physical-social and aesthetical environment of the neighborhood
    2. Playing and recreation for children's development
    3. Receptive dialogue, puppet theater and maieutics
    4. Arts and education in childhood
    5. Expression and social participation at school and neighborhood
    6. Healthcare and security
  5. Alternatives for primary education
    1. Team training and organizational ability
    2. Expressions and aesthetic appraisal
    3. Children participation in neighborhood life
    4. Prevention and civil protection
    5. Sport competition and cooperation
    6. Basic attention on health problems
  6. Alternatives for secundary education
    1. Science and world technologies in regional and national development
    2. Planning and regional development
    3. Design and development of investigation projects
    4. Public expression, social networks and websites
    5. Student assessment of products, companies, organizations and institutions
    6. Student participation in prevention campaigns and health attention in the community
    7. Formation of sport teams
    8. Alternatives to face bullying
  7. Alternatives in high-school
    1. Obligatory high-school: limits, significance and zero rejections in high-school education
    2. Science, technology and art in world society
    3. Young people in the country's economical, political and social life
    4. Creations and aesthetic expressions
    5. Experience exchange and international projects
    6. Dialogue between paradigms
    7. Participation on adiction prevention campaigns and sport projection
    8. Education alternatives to identify, prevent and positively face risk factors
    9. Proposals to induce, mantain, develop and finance young people's scientific and technological investigation and young people's technology
    10. Alternatives to improve continuing education, training and investigation processes in teachers, and docent investigation: stimili, organization, management and financing
    11. Creation of spaces and time to elaborate, design and publish didactic texts and materials
  8. Alternatives on higer education and postgraduate studies
    1. Zero rejections on higer education
    2. Subsidy, autonomy and academic democracy
    3. Investigation, invention and concept elaboration
    4. Instrument, technical and technological design and development
    5. Scientific publications and cultural divulgation
    6. Participation on economical, political and social planning
    7. Development of social and community alternatives
    8. Creation and aesthetic expression showcase
    9. Exchange of formative stays with other countries


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  1. Talks
  2. Posters
  3. Discussion forums
  4. Symposium
  5. Workshops
  6. Book and magazine presentations
  7. Lectures
  8. Attendance

Abstract submission deadline: June 15, 2013.

Along with the abstract submission please send presenter token to the email: congreso@transformacion-educativa.com. Each work can include 4 authors at most, and an author can appear in 4 works at most. The length of talk presentations will be 20 minutes (+5 minutes for questions and answers).

Abstracts have to be sent in Microsoft Word, Arial 12 font, and they must have 500 words at most, title included. Please point out if the work is a talk, a workshop, a symposium or a book or magazine presentation. Please include full name, academic institution, email and phone number of each presenter.

Poster works have to be 1.20m (47 in) tall by 1m (39 in) wide.

Whole work publication in a cd with ISBN

Please send your works before July 31, 2013 in order to be included as a chapter in the publication of a cd of the Congress with ISBN registration. Full-texts will also be published in the website www.transformacion-educativa.com


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From June 16 to August 31, 2013

From August 1 to October 3, 2013

General public

800 mexican pesos (64 US dollars)

1200 mexican pesos (96 US dollars)

Docents with identity card

600 mexican pesos (48 US dollars)

800 mexican pesos (64 US dollars)

Students with identity card

500 mexican pesos (40 US dollars)

700 mexican pesos (56 US dollars)

Directive staff from education institutes

700 mexican pesos (56 US dollars)

1000 mexican pesos (80 US dollars)

Members of the Consejo de Transformación Educativa

400 mexican pesos (32 US dollars)

600 mexican pesos (48 US dollars)

Pay and register online

Please deposit on the bank account number 0192542072 of Banco BBVA Bancomer (CLABE: 012420001925420727. Please send bank slip to congreso@transformacion-educativa.com

In case of international transfers please use the following SWIFT codes:

  • For Latin America, United States and the rest of the World BCMRMXMMPYM
  • For Spain BBVAESMM

Registered attendants will receive an identification badge, folder, sheets of paper, a cd with memories and attending certificate.

Organizing Committee

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Presidente: Dra. Miroslava Chávez Loza

Secretaria General: Dra. Adriana Nachielli Morales Ballinas

Tesorero: Prof. Oscar Hernández Neri

Coordinador General: Mtro. Ignacio Morales Hernández

Coordinadores Académicos: Dr. Axel Didriksson, Dr. Marco Eduardo Murueta

Comité Técnico en Ixtapan de la Sal: Mtra. Alejandra Iliana Acot Hernández, Mtra. María Eugenia González Arizmendi

Coordinadora de Logística: Mtra. Guadalupe De la Torre

Coordinadora de Promoción: Dra. Elvia Silva

Coordinador de Difusión: Mtro. José Alfredo Jiménez

Coordinador de Asuntos Legales: Lic. Miguel Angel Carrillo Pérez

Promotores: Profa. Laura Esther Vergara, Mtro. Carlos Gómez Rosas, Mtro. Víctor López, Profa. Lilia Galindo, Mtra. Yolanda Medel, Prof. José Carlos Buenaventura.

Scientific Committee

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Dra. Angela Soligo (Brasil), Dr. Julio César Carozzo (Perú), Dr. Manuel Calviño (Cuba), Eduardo Viera (Uruguay), Mtro. Edgar Barrero (Colombia), Dra. Mónica Pino (Chile), Dr. Edgar Galindo (México-Portugal), Dra. Alma Herrera Márquez, Ing. Rafael Lara Barragán, Dra. Graciela Mota, Dra. Sandra Castañeda, Dra. Luz de Lourdes Eguiluz, Dra. Rosario Asebey, Dra. Maricela Osorio, Mtro. Ricardo Vázquez Chagoyán, Dr. Rubén Edel Navarro, Dr. Ignacio Enrique Peón, Dr. René Torres Bejarano, Mtro. Gustavo Carpintero, Dr. Javier Guevara Martínez, Mtra. Ana María Herrera, Mtra. Milagros Aída Cueto, Dra. Laura Zárate, Mtro. Rogelio Díaz Salgado, Mtro. Juan Manuel Garcés, Dra. Ana Luz Flores Pacheco, Mtra. Teresa Sillas, Dra. Ana María Ornelas, Prof. Luis Hernández Montalvo, Mtro. Mtro. Oscar Zavala Pérez, Mtra. Yolanda Jaimes Muñoz, Mtro. Leonel Santiago Mejía Horta, Mtro. Israel Herrera Peralta, Dra. Fabiola Hernández Aguirre, Mtro. Raúl Vargas Segura, Dr. Arturo Ornelas, Mtro. Fernando Flores, Mtra. Claudia Susana Luna Salgado, Dr. Pedro Reygadas, Dr. Gerardo Güesa, Mtro. Javier Margarito.


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Área de Desarrollo y Educación, Psicología, UNAM FES Iztacala

Posgrado en Pedagogía, UNAM FES Aragón

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Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo

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Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Universidad Veracruzana

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Instituto de Prospectiva, Participación y Gestión Ciudadana

MEC-EDUPAZ revista electrónica de "Patrimonio: Economía Cultural y Educación para la Paz"

Círculo de Investigaciones Biopsicológicas W. Reich de México

La Radio Real de Zacualpan

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Colegio Paulo Freire (Huehuetla, Puebla).

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