International Conference on Education and New Developments 2015

International Conference on Education and New Developments 2015, global education magazine

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27-29 June

Porto, Portugal

Education, in a global sense, is a right since we are born. Every experience has a formative effect on the constitution of the human being, in the way one thinks, feels and acts. One of the most important contribution resides in what and how we learn through the improvement of educational processes, both in formal and informal settings.
Our International Conference seeks to provide some answers and explore the processes, actions, challenges and outcomes of learning, teaching and human development. Our goal is to offer a worldwide connection between teachers, students, researchers and lecturers, from a wide range of academic fields, interested in exploring and giving their contribution in educational issues.
The International Conference on Education and New Developments 2015 invites you to showcase presentations, from the most diverse countries and cultures, to promote growth in research methods intimitly related to teaching, learning and applications in Education nowadays. We wish to ilustrate developments and new ways of thinking in these main fields:
• Teachers and Students
• Projects and Trends
• Teaching and Learning
• Organizational Issues

To download our END 2015 Conference Official Poster click here

Click to check our previous: END 2013 & END 2014

Call for Abstracts

The International Conference on Education and New Developments 2015 (END 2015) invites you to showcase presentations, from the most diverse countries and cultures, to promote growth in research methods intimately related to teaching, learning and applications in Education nowadays. We provide you with particular topics to explore various themes with the respective, but not limited to, sub-topics:

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS PROJECTS AND TRENDS
  • Teachers and Staff training and education
  • Educational quality and standards
  • Curriculum and Pedagogy
  • Vocational education and Counseling
  • Ubiquitous and lifelong learning
  • Training programs and professional guidance
  • Teaching and learning relationship
  • Student affairs (learning, experiences and diversity)
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • Assessment and measurements in Education
  • Pedagogic innovations
  • Challenges and transformations in Education
  • Technology in teaching and learning
  • Distance Education and eLearning
  • Global and sustainable developments for Education
  • New learning and teaching models
  • Multicultural and (inter)cultural communications
  • Inclusive and Special Education
  • Rural and indigenous Education
  • Educational projects
TEACHING AND LEARNING ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES
  • Educational foundations
  • Research and development methodologies
  • Early childhood and Primary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Higher Education
  • Science and technology Education
  • Literacy, languages and Linguistics (TESL/TEFL)
  • Health Education
  • Religious Education
  • Sports Education
  • Educational policy and leadership
  • Human Resources development
  • Educational environment
  • Business, Administration, and Management in Education
  • Economics in Education
  • Institutional accreditations and rankings
  • International Education and Exchange programs
  • Equity, social justice and social change
  • Ethics and values
  • Organizational learning and change

We encourage submissions of abstracts for the following types of contributions: – Oral Presentations – Posters – Workshop – Company Presentation – Virtual Presentations

Abstracts and papers must be written in English.

Its typical composition should be summarily: motivation for the paper, objectives, what was done, how it was done and validated, major results and conclusions. In writing the abstract please be quantitative and write clearly – DO NOT EXCEED the imposed characters length limit because accepted abstracts will be published in the proceedings book of the conference (the written account of what transpired at the meeting).

An abstract is an extremely important part of the paper because it summarizes the entire paper – it’s the front window to show your work to the public and must allow the reviewers to make an intelligent decision about its acceptance.

The papers must report original, previously unpublished findings in the field. All papers will be reviewed under the direction of the Scientific Committee.

The details on submissions can be found here.

Conference Topics

END 2015 will address different categories inside the Education area and papers are expected to fit broadly – but not exclusively – into one of the named themes and sub-themes. To develop the conference program we have chosen four main broad-ranging categories, which also covers different interest areas:

  • In TEACHERS AND STUDENTS: Teachers and Staff training and education; Educational quality and standards; Curriculum and Pedagogy; Vocational education and Counseling; Ubiquitous and lifelong learning; Training programs and professional guidance; Teaching and learning relationship; Student affairs (learning, experiences and diversity; Extra-curricular activities; Assessment and measurements in Education.
  • In PROJECTS AND TRENDS: Pedagogic innovations; Challenges and transformations in Education; Technology in teaching and learning; Distance Education and eLearning; Global and sustainable developments for Education; New learning and teaching models; Multicultural and (inter)cultural communications; Inclusive and Special Education; Rural and indigenous Education; Educational projects.
  • In TEACHING AND LEARNING: Educational foundations; Research and development methodologies; Early childhood and Primary Education; Secondary Education; Higher Education; Science and technology Education; Literacy, languages and Linguistics (TESL/TEFL); Health Education; Religious Education; Sports Education.
  • In ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES: Educational policy and leadership; Human Resources development; Educational environment; Business, Administration, and Management in Education; Economics in Education; Institutional accreditations and rankings; International Education and Exchange programs; Equity, social justice and social change; Ethics and values; Organizational learning and change.

You will be prompted to choose one of these themes/categories when you submit your proposal. If your paper doesn’t fit exactly in these themes you can also send it to us, since we may capture other areas of research.

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