26th International Conference on Learning, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, UK 24–26 July 2019

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Call for Papers

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Twenty-sixth International Conference on Learning, held 24–26 July 2019 at Queen’s University Belfast in Belfast, UK.

We invite proposals in English and Spanish for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, innovation showcases, virtual posters, or virtual lightning talks. The conference features research addressing the annual themes and the 2019 Special Focus: “Learning to Make a Social Difference.”

Call for Papers Themes
Presentation Types Scope & Concerns
List of Accepted Proposals Returning Member Registration

Would you like to present at the 2019 Conference?

Submit your proposal by 24 August 2018.*

Click Here to Submit

*We welcome the submission of proposals to the conference at any time of the year before the final submission deadline. All proposals will be reviewed within two to four weeks of submission.

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E-Learn 2018 – Las Vegas

OCTOBER 15-18, 2018 • LAS VEGAS, NV
Final Call for Papers: Aug. 27
New, cutting-edge E-Learn topics have been added to offer authors and participants opportunities to present and learn about, respectively, the latest on learning and technology. Note: Authors already submitting will be contacted to update their topics, if they wish.
1.    Advanced Technologies for Learning and Teaching
o  Collaborative and Cloud Technologies
o  E-publishing/digital Libraries
o  Learning Bots
o  Learning Portfolios
o  Social Networks
o  Social Software (podcasting, wikis, blogs, etc.)
o  Wearable Technologies
2.   Assessment
o  Alternative and Innovative e-Assessment
o  Assessment Practices in Cross-Cultural and International Research
o  Performance and Outcome Assessment
3.   Content Development Tools
o  Authoring Tools
o  Electronic Publishing Tools for E-Learning
o  Electronic Survey Tools
4.   Educational Policy, Reform, and Innovation
o  Contextualized Innovation (accessibility, scalability, usability, & sustainability)
o  Developing an Organizational e-Learning Strategy
o  Education Reform with Technology
o  Faculty Development
o  Government initiatives and programs
o  Mentorship
o  Quality Assurance and Accreditation
o  Teacher Education and Technology Integration
5.   Evaluation and Quality Improvement Advances
o  Course, Program, Project, and Other Forms of Evaluation
o  E-learning Benchmarks and Standards
o  Evaluating for Quality Improvement
o  Learner Analytics
o  Performance Measurements
6.   Global Networks, Partnerships, and Exchanges
o  Global Competencies and Perspectives
o  Global Courses, Programs, Degrees, and Initiatives
o   Industry-University Partnering
7.   Innovative Approaches to Learning and Learning Environments
o  Augmented and Virtual Reality
o  Authentic, Contextualized, and Real-World Learning
o  Case, Scenario, Problem, Project-Based Learning
o  Collaborative Learning
o  Digital Storytelling
o  Game-based Learning
o  Learner-Centered, and Self-Directed Learning
o  Learning Communities
o  Lifelong, informal, and Nontraditional Learning
o  On-demand and Just-in-Time Learning
o  Participatory Learning and Media
o  Personalized Learning Environments
o  Simulations for Learning
8.    Open Education
o  Free and Open Source Software
o  MOOC’s, Open Teaching, and Open Educational Resources
o  Open Access Publishing
o  Open Education Copyright and Other Legal Issues
o  Open Educational Projects, Partnerships, and Consortia
o  Participatory/Contributory Communities
9.    Technologies for Socially Responsive Learning
o  Accessibility
o  Digital and Social Media for Engaging Youth about Cultures
o  Diversity
o  Education for Sustainable Development
o  Ethical, Cultural, Historical, and Social Issues in Technology Use
o  Learning Technologies for Transformational Change
10. Twenty-First Century Skills
o  Computational Skills
o  Creativity and Problem Solving
o  Life and Career Skills
o  Policy, Law and Copyright Awareness
11. Virtual and Distance Education
o  Blended Learning
o  Collaborative Learning
o  E-learning/E-training
o  Flexible Learning
o  Innovative Online Learning and Educational Programming
o  Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning
o  Online Learning Environments

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation Vol 41, No 2 (2018)

The Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation has just
published its latest issue at http://cje-rce.ca/. We invite you to review
the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles
and items of interest.

For more information on the authors and their research, please visit our
Facebook page. Please help spread the word by liking the page!

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,
Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
follow us on Twitter @cje_rce
Managing Editor

Chers lecteurs,

Le plus récent numéro de laRevue canadienne de l’éducation vient d’être
publié à l’adresse suivante : http://cje-rce.ca/. Nous vous invitons à
consulter la table des matières, puis à visiter notre site Web pour y lire
les articles qui vous intéressent.

Pour en savoir plus sur les auteurs et leurs recherches, veuillez consulter
notre page Facebook. Aidez à faire passer le mot en indiquant que vous
aimez la page!

Nous vous remercions de l’intérêt que vous portez à notre revue.

Cordiales salutations,

Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
Suivez-nous sur Twitter @cje_rce
Directrice de la publication

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation
Vol 41, No 2 (2018)
Table of Contents
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/180

Articles
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Post-Secondary Pathways among Second-Generation Immigrant Youth of Haitian
Origin in Quebec (413-440)
Tya Collins, Marie-Odile Magnan
Les croyances pédagogiques et identitaires des enseignants de la formation
professionnelle : le rôle de l’expérience d’enseignement et de la
formation pédagogique (441-471)
Elodie Gobat, Jean-Louis Berger
Alberta Bounded: Comprehensive Sexual Health Education, Parentism, and Gaps
in Provincial Legislation and Educational Policy (472-497)
Andre P Grace
Quelles pratiques différenciées pour l’enseignement de l’orthographe
lexicale ? Une recension des écrits (498-523)
Myriam Villeneuve-Lapointe, Judith Beaulieu, François Vincent
Développement participatif d’un référentiel de compétences pour
favoriser l’utilisation de la recherche en éducation : une analyse
critique (524-553)
Mélodie Briand-Lamarche, Renée Pinard, Pascale Thériault, Christian
Dagenais
La scolarisation des élèves présentant des difficultés comportementales
: analyse écologique des conditions relatives à leur intégration au
secondaire (554-583)
Nancy Gaudreau, Claudia Verret, Line Massé, Marie-France
Nadeau, Marie-Josée Picher
Collaboration Between Content Experts and Assessment Specialists: Using a
Validity Argument Framework to Develop a College Mathematics Assessment
(584-600)
Amanda Brijmohan, Gulam A. Khan, Graham Orpwood, Emily Sandford Brown, Ruth
A. Childs
Status of Consumer Education and Financial Education in Canada (2016)
(601-632)
Sue L. T. McGregor
Sexual Exploitation Prevention Education for Indigenous Girls (633-663)
Dustin William Louie

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages
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Education Policy: Bridging the divide between theory and practice (1-3)
Alethea Cassano
Agile Faculty: Practical Strategies for Managing Research, Service, and
Teaching (1-4)
John Freer
School Readiness and the Characteristics of Effective Learning: The
Essential Guide for Early Years Practitioners (1-4)
Ruth MacAlpine

Canadian Society for the Study of Education
Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation
http://www.cje-rce.ca