“Learning to Live Together & Comparative Education”
at The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd).
The Annual Conference of the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (CESHK) is the largest gathering of education research associations in Hong Kong and one of the biggest in Asia. The theme for the 2016 CESHK Conference is “Learning to live together & comparative education,” and it highlights the crucial role of peace, harmony and tolerance for the well-being of humanity. The theme is aligned with the 20th anniversary of UNESCO’s “Learning: The Treasure Within,” usually referred to as the Delors Report, which is followed by “Rethinking Education” report (2015). While learning to live together is one the four pillars mentioned in the Delors Report, it is arguably a less explored and discussed in the field of education.
Conference Venue: The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd),
Tai Po Campus, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR
Dates: Fri 15 – Sat 16 April 2016
Pre-conference Cross-strait Forum (Fri 15 April 2016)
Professor Shu Yung-ming (蘇永明), National Hsinchu University of Education
Professor Yang Chou-Sung (楊洲松), National Chi Nan University
Associate professor/Dr. Huang Bo-Ruey (黃柏叡), Chinese Culture University
Associate professor/Dr Wang Chun-Ping (王俊斌), National Taipei University of Education
Associate professor/Dr Chen I-ru (陳怡如), National Chi Nan University
President Chan Ying, Tamkang University
Professor Liu Baocun (刘宝存), Beijing Normal University
Professor Gao Yimin (高益民), Beijing Normal University
Professor Wu Xueping (吴雪萍), Zhejiang University
Professor Hu Guoyong (胡国勇), Shanghai Normal University
Associate professor/ Dr Yang Fan (杨帆), Shanghai Normal University
Proposals for individual paper and pre-formed panel presentations are invited on issues related to any of the following areas:
* Language and Society
* Diversity and Multiculturalism
* Educational Policy and Administration
* Citizenship and Globalization
* Lifelong Learning
* Internationalization of Education
* Higher Education
* Philosophy of Education
* Peace Education
* Critical Discourse
* Gender and Equity
PRESENTATION FORMAT 會議形式
Individual paper presentation 個人論文
Organized panel/symposium 專題研討會
CONFERENCE LANGUAGE 會議語言
English and Chinese 英文或中文
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 主題講者
John Lee – has worked at The Hong Kong Institute of Education since in 2010 and is the Vice President (Academic), and Chair Professor of Curriculum and Instruction. Previously, he was Dean of Education and Professor of Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He also worked as a secondary school teacher and a Lecturer at the Sir Robert Black College of Education.
Michele Schweisfurth – currently works at the University of Glasgow having previously worked as a Professor of Comparative and International Education at the University of Birmingham. Originally from Canada, she has also worked as a teacher, trainer or teacher educator in Sierra Leone, Indonesia, Scotland and the Turks and Caicos Islands, and has conducted research in a range of contexts internationally.
Tamara Savelyeva – joined The Hong Kong Institute of Education in 2014. She conducts educational projects and research in the area of sustainable education and international higher education in Eurasia, the Americas, and the Asia-Pacific region. Tamara serves on the editorial board of the International Journal for Sustainability in Higher Education and has over 30 publications on the topic of sustainable and international education in different countries.
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION 論文建議書提交截止日期
By 10th January (Sunday) 2016 二零一六年一月十日截止
An Acceptance Letter in PDF format will be issued in mid-late January 2016 to accepted proposals together with payment forms for conference registration and membership. 结果将于一月底之前公布。
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