Call for Papers and Posters - Due October 15, 2013
Theme: Addressing the thematic similarities of global education issues
General Proposal Guidelines
Only original work that has not been previously (a) published, or (b) presented at another professional meeting is eligible for consideration. If a portion of the work has been previously presented, but not published, and the new original contribution is substantial, the work is eligible for consideration, but only if the prior work is explicitly acknowledged. Questions regarding the "originality of work" requirement may be addressed to the Program Chair. The general principle is that The Universality of Global Education Issues is not a venue for reporting work already reported either elsewhere, or previously. Proposals for papers, tutorials, symposia, innovative format sessions, and graduate student seminars will be considered for inclusion in the program and should be submitted electronically to the The Universality of Global Education Issues. Submit paper or poster.
Submit by Tuesday, OCTOBER 15, 2013.
Proposals are invited on topics from all disciplines related to comparative education.
Authors and co-authors are expected to register for the annual meeting and principal authors are expected to present their papers in person. If circumstances prevent principal authors from doing so, they must designate a substitute to make their presentations. Each contributor may participate as principal author in no more than two (2) sessions.
Paper and Poster Themes
Our theme centers on the educational similarities we have studied and observed while working in our disciplines throughout the world. Theme, as well as non-theme papers and posters are welcome. Participants are invited to attend and to submit proposals for papers related to current issues, theory, research, practice, and teaching of Educational Leadership, Counseling, ESL, Language Arts, Curriculum and Instruction, Library Science and Kinesiology.
|Areas of Interest for Papers and Posters|
|Achievement||Adult Education||At-Risk Students||Attitudes|
|Bilingual Education||Classroom Management||Clinical Issues||Cognition|
|Curriculum||Development||Discipline||Early Childhood Education|
|Educational Reform||Effective Schools||Efficacy||English Education|
|Evaluation||Field Experience||Finance||Gender Issues|
|Health||Higher Education||Inclusive Education||Instruction|
|Learning Styles||Literacy||Mathematics Education||Mentoring|
|Multicultural Education||Parent Education||Parent Involvement||Performance Assessment|
|Private Schools||Professional Development||Reading||Reflective Thinking|
|Science Education||School Environment||Social Sciences||Student Motivation|
|Teacher Characteristics||Technology||Vocational Education|