14th International Symposium Moral Competence: Its Nature, Relevance, and Education in Vilnius, July 23-24, 2020Extended Deadline for Abstract Submission
- The 14th International Symposium Moral Competence: its nature, relevance and educationis a continuous scientific event that has been previously organised in Germany and other countries, but this year it is for the first time taking place in Lithuania.
- Thus, the 14th International Symposium Moral Competence: its nature, relevance and educationseeks to present two unique instruments that were originally developed by Professor Emeritus of the University of Konstanz (Germany) Dr. Georg Lind, i.e. the instrument for measuring moral competence – Moral Competence Test (MCT) and Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD), which is designed to develop moral competence. Based on theoretical and empirical insights, the Symposium provides a unique opportunity for researchers to present a comparative analysis of moral competence development theory in the context of other theories and to share ideas with the participants about the possibilities of developing moral competence by applying Konstanz Dilemma Discussion Method (KMDD) in practice in various educational settings.
- The aim of the Symposium is to bring together psychologists, philosophers, sociologists, educators, representatives of educational institutions to share their research results, methodological insights, empirical data on the development of moral competence and to discuss various aspects of practical application of their research findings.
- More information about the author of Moral Competence Test (MCT) and Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion Prof. Dr. Georg Lind and his research could be found at: