let us remind you that the deadline for the full paper submission to the 16th international conference on EFFICIENCY AND RESPONSIBILITY IN EDUCATION (ERIE 2019) is February 24, 2019. Please bear in mind that this deadline is non-negotiable. Manuscripts submitted after this date will not be accepted for the review process. If you are participant from the last year, then you can use your account details registered last year.
CONFERENCE TOPICS Theory and Methodology of Pedagogy and Education, Information and Knowledge in Lifelong Education and Training, ICT in Education, Applications, Practice and Experience, Responsibility in Education, Ethical Issues
Original research papers, which pass a rigorous double-blind peer-review process, will be published in the conference proceedings. Conference proceedings from the previous years have been indexed in Thomson Reuters and are available at the conference website (https://erie.v2.czu.cz/en/r-13320-conference-proceedings).
Complete information regarding to this conference, including detailed Instructions for Authors, is available at the conference website http://erie.pef.czu.cz. Moreover, you can follow conference updates at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/eriesjournal/. In case of any questions do not hesitate to contact the organization committee.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
prof. Jaroslav Havlíček, Head of the Programme Committee, Conference ERIE 2019, firstname.lastname@example.org
This summer, join the Feuerstein Institute July 7-19, 2019 in beautiful Copenhagen, Denmark! Discover the method which has already helped millions of people worldwide develop their learning skills and tap into their latent abilities… Discover Feuerstein!
The Feuerstein Method includes the foundational theory of Mediated Learning Experience and two applied systems: the Learning Propensity Assessment Device (LPAD) and Instrumental Enrichment (IE). The goal of the LPAD is to identify the examinee’s learning potential – to literally decipher which cognitive functions need to be developed in order to tap into and maximize their latent learning potential. The Instrumental Enrichment cognitive intervention program is comprised of a series of 14 instruments (IE Standard) or 11 instruments (IE Basic, for children age 8 and younger). They are a collection of non-curricular tasks taught by the teacher in classroom, or individually in after-school enrichment settings. Each instrument teaches the user a vital cognitive strategy; to gather and apply information, to strategize, to problem solve – to learn.
The International Summer Workshop is the pinnacle event in the Feuerstein-Bassou International Training Academy calendar. During this two week training event, courses are offered in all aspects of Feuerstein trainings – Instrumental Enrichment (IE & IE Basic), the Learning Propensity Assessment Device (Individual, Digital-Group, and Basic), and the Tactile IE program for ADD/ADHD and visually impaired learners. NEW! This year, we are excited to present a new course – Thinking Mathematically – and a returning favorite, MLE for Parents.
The following courses will be offered at Shoresh 2019. Please visit our website to learn more about the individual courses including prerequisites.
The Shoresh Workshops will be held at the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers. The hotel reservation link will be available in future communiques.
Early Registration Special: Register and pay by November 8, 2018 and save 10% on your Shoresh course fees using coupon code shoresh2019. Please note, in order to take advantage of this discount, you must complete payment.
The Biennial International Society of Critical Health Psychology conference provides an exciting opportunity for health psychologists and scholars from related disciplines to explore ongoing and emerging issues in critical theory and practice in relation to health and health care. Attendance is therefore welcomed from scholars in any discipline with a critical orientation to the field of health. The conference also welcomes and encourages students and emerging researchers.
The organising committee of the 11th Biennial conference encourage abstract submissions that take a critical approach to any health-related research topic. When submitting an abstract you can select from the options of a 5-minute challenge talk, a Pecha Kucha talk, an e-poster, an individual oral presentation of 15 minutes, or a symposium of oral presentations on a relevant theme of your choosing. We aim to programme the invited 5-minute challenges and Pecha Kucha sessions as plenaries. For more information about these short formats of talk, see https://ischp.info/2016/05/28/telling-it-briefly/. E-posters will be displayed at the conference and on the conference website. The organising committee welcome multiple submissions in formats other than individual oral presentations. As well as an exciting academic programme there will be a lively social programme and pre-conference workshops.