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Registration Open | Australia Conference
Posted 06/04/2018 12:00

Australia Conference

Dates: 25 - 27 July 2018
Location: Hilton Hotel, Brisbane, Australia

We invite you to join the CIS Australia Conference in Brisbane to learn about the latest research, resources, and proven practices in the field of international education. Attendees can select from a variety of workshops and presentations that explore topics common to CIS member schools in Australasia. Keynote speakers include world-renowned education experts, school leaders and students.

Learn about topics like:

  • Harnessing local opportunities to tackle global issues
  • Intercultural learning in challenging environments
  • Classroom technologies that promote global citizenship
  • Social implications and opportunities for educators in a globally connected learning environment

Submit a Session Proposal

We are seeking high quality session proposals relevant to international school leaders and teachers focused on the development of intercultural learning. The selection committee is seeking proposals from the following groups:

  • University faculty, researchers, and doctoral students
  • School leaders or teachers conducting action research
  • School leaders or teachers engaged in innovative and proven practice as evidenced through sound assessment measures

Session proposals should consider topics related to the development of intercultural learning within the following categories:

LEADING SCHOOLS TO IMPLEMENT A QUALITY INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

  • Effective leadership that delivers an embedded approach to global education
  • Unique characteristics of international school pedagogy and curriculum
  • Harnessing local opportunities to tackle global issues
  • Project based learning for global citizenship
  • Student engagement through co-curricular international learning
  • Intercultural learning in challenging environments

INTERCULTURAL LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE

  • Classroom technologies that promote global citizenship
  • Artificial intelligence and intercultural learning
  • Social implications and opportunities for educators in a globally connected learning environment
  • An argument for analogue: technologies that hinder intercultural learning
  • Social media strategies that encourage global citizenship
  • Unintended outcomes (or) Digital dangers: the risks and realities of virtual engagement with unfamiliar communities

Learn more about the selection criteria and submit your proposal by 16 April 2018.

More information and registration.


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