Posted by: Richard Schwier | May 28, 2016

Veille scientifique du CRIFPE No. 136, 27 mai 2016 released

Veille scientifique du CRIFPE
No. 136, 27 mai 2016

Livres

– (2016). Judaïsme et éducation : enjeux et défis pédagogiques. Québec, Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval. Lire… 
– Lani-Bayle, M. & Slowik, A. (2016). Récits et résilience, quels liens ? Chemins de vie. Paris : L’Harmattan. Lire… 
– Mottier Lopez, L. & Tessaro, W. (2016). Le jugement professionnel, au cœur de l’évaluation et de la régulation des apprentissages. Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien : Peter Lang.  [Intervention] Lire… 
– Potvin, M., Magnan, M.-O. & Larochelle-Audet, J. (2016). La diversité ethnoculturelle, religieuse et linguistique. Montréal : Fides.  [Formation] Lire… 
– Sánchez Abchi, V., de Pietro, J. – F. & Roth, M. (2016). Évaluer en français : Comment prendre en compte la difficulté des items et des textes. Neuchâtel (Suisse) : Institut de recherche et de documentation pédagogique (IRDP).  [Formation] Lire… 

Mémoires et thèses

– Lanoix, A. (2015). Finalités de l’enseignement de l’histoire et nation dans les représentations sociales des enseignants d’histoire du Québec au secondaire. Thèse de doctorat inédite, Université de Montréal, Montréal.  [Intervention] Lire… 
– Lussier, A. (2015). Étude du lien entre la collaboration enseignant-technicien en éducation spécialisée et l’adaptation sociale en classe des élèves ayant un trouble du comportement. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec.  [Intervention] Lire… 
– Paret, N. (2015). Les croyances sur l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des étudiants en formation des maîtres : enquête menant à une proposition d’intervention. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Université de Montréal, Montréal.  [Formation, Intervention] Lire… 
– Robichaud, A. (2015). Jürgen Habermas et la théorie de l’agir communicationnel la question de l’éducation. Thèse de doctorat inédite, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec. Lire… 

Rapports et études

– Avendano, R., Barrera-Osorio, F., Nieto-Parra, S. & Vever, F. (2016). “Understanding student performance beyond traditional factors: Evidence from PISA”, OECD Development Centre Working Papers. (Rapport no. 331). Paris : OECD Publishing. Lire… 
– CEFRIO (2016). Portrait des compétences numériques parentales : résultats d’une enquête menée auprès de parents d’enfants d’âge scolaire. Québec, Québec : CEFRIO. Lire… 
– Kena, G., Hussar, W., McFarland, J., de Brey, C., Musu-Gillette, L., Wang, X. et al. (2016). The Condition of Education 2016 (NCES 2016-144). Washington, DC. : U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Lire… 
– Pagnossin, E., Armi, F. & Matei, A. (2016). École enfantine et compétences des jeunes romands : Quelques résultats des enquêtes PISA 2003, 2009 et 2012. (Rapport no. 16.2). Neuchâtel (Suisse) : Institut de recherche et de documentation pédagogique (IRDP). Lire… 

Périodiques professionnels

– Apprendre et enseigner aujourd’hui, 5 (2) 2016 Lire… 
– N’Autre école – Questions de classe(s) (3, 31) 2016 Lire… 
– Profession Éducation, le mensuel du Sgen-CFDT (244) 2016 Lire… 
– Teach Magazine/Le prof 2016 Lire… 

Revues scientifiques

– Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant (A.N.A.E. ), 28 (141) 2016 Lire… 
– Educational Philosophy and Theory, 48 (7) 2016 Lire… 
– Educational Researcher, 45 (4) 2016 Lire… 
– Journal of Educational Policy, 31 (4) 2016 Lire… 

Dossier de Veille de l’Institut français de l’éducation (IFÉ)

– Dossier de veille de l’IFÉ n° 110, avril 2016 : Les cultures adolescentes, pour grandir et s’affirmer Lire… 
– Dossier de veille de l’IFÉ n° 109, mars 2016 : Les enjeux de la construction d’une histoire scolaire commune Lire… 
– Dossier de veille de l’IFÉ n° 108, février 2016 : Développer l’esprit critique par l’argumentation : de l’élève au citoyen Lire… 
– Dossier de veille de l’IFÉ n° 107, janvier 2016 : Le changement, c’est comment ? Lire… 

Colloques en éducation

– 2016 4th International Conference on Behaviours, Education and Psychology (ICBEP 2016) Lire… 
– The Second IAFOR International Conference on Language Learning – Hawaii 2017 (IICLLHawaii2017) Lire… 
– International Conference on Social Science, Literature, Business and Education Lire… 
– The Tenth International Conference on e-Learning &Innovative Pedagogies Lire… 

Les archives de la veille scientifique sont disponibles à l’adresse suivante:  http://crifpe.ca/veille

Responsable : Richard Croteau LL.L., M.Sc.
richard.croteau@umontreal.ca

This is from the Creative Education Editorial Office. They are seeking papers for the upcoming special issue on Teaching and Teacher Education.
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Global Illuminators invites you to submit your scholarly work in 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “REGIONAL CHALLENGES TO MULTIDISCIPLINARY INNOVATION ” (RCMI- 2016)
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Posted by: Richard Schwier | May 16, 2016

IRRODL issue 17(3) released

We are pleased to publish IRRODL issue 17(3), containing TWENTY research articles and a book review.

Wishing you pleasant, informative and provocative reading,

IRRODL Editors

Vol 17, No 3 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial – Volume 17, Issue Number 3
Dianne Conrad

Research Articles

Mete Akcaoglu, Eunbae Lee
Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw, Jillian Wendt, Mervyn Whighting, Deanna Nisbet
Stefan Stenbom, Malin Jansson, Annelie Hulkko
Sunnie Lee Watson, William R Watson, Jennifer Richardson, Jamie Loizzo
Engin Kursun
Johan Loeckx
Tel Amiel, Tiago Chagas Soares
Betul Czerkawski
Colin Madland, Griff Richards
Yin Zhang, Samuel Chu
Hajar Ghadirian, Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub, Kamariah Binti Abu Bakar, Maryam Hassanzadeh
Omid Noroozi, Simon McAlister, Martin Mulder
Jered Borup
Michael Corry
Cathy Cavanaugh, Jace Hargis, John Mayberry
Harun Cigdem, Mustafa Ozturk
Peter Mkhize, Emmanuel Samuel Mtsweni, Portia Buthelezi
Zamzami Zainuddin, Siti Hajar Halili
George Lukoye Makokha, Dorothy Nduko Mutisya
Naghmeh Aghaee, William Byron Jobe, Thashmee Karunaratne, Åsa Smedberg, Henrik Hansson, Matti Tedre

Book Notes

Doing Q Methodological Research: Theory, Method and Interpretation
Liwen Chen
Posted by: Richard Schwier | May 16, 2016

E-LEARN 2016 World Conference on E-Learning call for proposals

It could be a very interesting time to be in Washington, DC.  The general election will be held on November 8.

E-LEARN 2016 – World Conference on E-Learning

Washington, DC: November 14-16, 2016

E-Learn–World Conference on E-Learning is an international conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and co-sponsored by the International Journal on E-Learning.

This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to e-Learning in the Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education sectors.

“The International Forum for Researchers, Developers, and Practitioners to Learn about the Best Practices/Technology in Education, Government, Healthcare, and Business”

 

IAP is pleased to announce a free download of:

2016 BPOL (Best Practices in Online Learning) Forum Proceedings

FREE DOWNLOAD

By:
Michael Simonson, Nova Southeastern University

Published 2016

Best practices are an ongoing issue of professors generally, and online instructors specifically, In order to identify and share best practices in online learning a faculty and staff committee at Nova Southeastern University was established in 2001. The Best Practices in Online Learning (BPOL) Committee sponsors a yearly forum that puts a spotlight on best practices. This year, some of the results of the 2016 Forum have been collected in this Proceedings. Enjoy

Click here to download

The Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit (SELU) is hosting a free international symposium on “School Autonomy & 21st Century Learning” on Friday, May 27, 1-4 pm in Quance Theatre, Education Building, University of Saskatchewan.

Leading experts from Hong Kong, Australia, Finland, and Israel will be presenting their research and engaging in panel discussions.

There is no cost for attending this event.

 

As sure as spring it arriving on the prairies, here is the new version of Dr. Clayton R. Wright’s list of Educational Technology & Education Conferences.  It’s the best and most comprehensive collection I know of, and it is the generous gift from a fine friend and colleague–for the 35th time!  Use responsibly… Dr. Wright is very careful about the construction of this list, but of course, you need to keep a watchful eye.

From Clayton:

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Attached is the 35th version of the educational technology and education conference list. Since the previous list was published, 89 events were added to June 2016. This version of the list contains basic information regarding 1, 511 confirmed professional development opportunities. Additional events are noted, but dates and/or locations could not be confirmed.

If you re-distribute all or part of this list, please ensure that the contact information (Clayton R. Wright, crwr77[@]gmail.com) is provided as that is how I receive updates. If you do not want to receive future lists, please send me an e-mail. If you can supply the missing information for some of the events on the list, let me know.

Do exercise your own due diligence regarding unfamiliar conferences that you may want to attend or submit a paper to. Thus, CHECK the specific conference website not only for basic information (dates and locations may change as well as the URL), but to assure yourself that the conference is legitimate.

You may recall that I wrote a rationale for the list and provided some conference tips to conference organizers in an article I wrote for the Association for Learning Technology, UK. Since I wrote that article, I have visited thousands of conference websites and can assure you that these three simple suggestions from the article are still valid:

Help viewers of your conference website by placing the title, date, and location of the event in a prominent place on the first web page of your conference site. Throughout the world, different standards are used to represent dates. For example, does 06/07/16 represent June 7, 2016 or July 6, 2016, or does 06/07/11 represent November 7, 2006 or perhaps June 7, 2011? Avoid confusion by spelling out the month and indicating the year in four digits. Remember, if this information is provided in a graphical form or is an overlay to a photograph, this essential information also needs to be placed in the text below the graphic or photo so that text-to-voice readers and on-line translators can interpret the data. Perhaps for stylistic reasons, numbers are used to represent dates, months, and years, but it can be confusing to the viewer. Listing only the month and day without listing the year is also confusing as a viewer never knows whether he or she is looking at the most recent web page – once an event has passed, not all web-pages disappear into the virtual ether.

Provide an explanation of all abbreviations used, including the name of your organization or association. People want to know who is organizing or sponsoring the conference so that they can decide whether the conference is aimed at them. Conference organizers often make the assumption that everyone knows the meaning of the acronym for their organization or conference. But if you are not a member of the organization or didn’t attend the previous event, what does the acronym mean? Not all organizations provide an explanation of their acronym – not even on their home page in tiny print at the bottom of the page! And, these organizations or conference organizers are less likely to make it easy for you to contact them by e-mail. I wonder how many potential conference attendees don’t make an effort to learn more about a conference because the organizers don’t provide enough information upfront and/or a way to contact them for additional information.

Link last year’s conference site to the new one. When an event is hosted by a different institution or organization each year, it is understandable that the new hosts would want to place the conference website on their institutional servers. But, there needs to be a link from the old site (URL) to the new site – how else will people who attended the previous year’s event find information about the future event?

Do share the list with your colleagues as they may find an event that aligns with their interests and professional growth. Please include 2017 events as your colleagues may be looking for a professional development event that is not held in 2016 as it is a biennial event.

Posted by: Richard Schwier | May 7, 2016

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Posted by: Richard Schwier | May 6, 2016

CIDER session–State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada

We invite you to the May CIDER Session at the Canadian Initiative for Distance Education Research. This free, online session will feature Dr. Michael Barbour of Sacred Heart University, Connecticut, and Dr. Randy LaBonte of CANeLearn, presenting findings from their newly-published report, State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada.

Title: State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada

Current research in K-12 online learning in Canada has focused on defining distance learning and its current strengths and weaknesses. Yet the proliferation of technologies and digital learning spaces has led to the emergence of new instructional strategies and digital learning practices for teachers in many K-12 classrooms, both online and onsite. Traditional school-based classrooms are incorporating technology-supported open learning options, creating “blended learning” opportunities where at least part of instruction occurs in a classroom, part online at a distance, both combined with some element of choice in learning for students. For these emerging practices little is known empirically, only anecdotally, as research into these practices has been limited or nonexistent, particularly in Canada.

As you will hear in the authors’ discussion of the 2015 State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report, many provinces and territories in Canada have some reference to distance education in their Education Act or Schools Act; the reference is typically used to describe distance education or to enable the Ministry of Education to create, approve or regulate K-12 distance education. However, with some exceptions, few provinces and territories have any regulations describing online or blended learning. This presentation will describe and discuss this current state of e-learning in Canada and the need for further research and study in the emerging field of K-12 online and blended learning.

When: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 – 11am to 12noon Mountain Time (Canada)

Where: Online through Adobe Connect:
https://athabascau.adobeconnect.com/cider/

Registration is not required; all are welcome. For more information on CIDER and our monthly Sessions, please visit our website:
http://cider.athabascau.ca

Pre-configuration:
Please note that it is important to set up your system prior to the event. Make sure your Mac or PC is equipped with a microphone and speakers, so that you can use the audio functionality built into the conferencing software. The Adobe Connect platform may require an update to your Flash Player; allow time for this update by joining the session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled presentation.

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CIDER sessions are brought to you by the Centre for Distance Education, Athabasca University: Canada’s Open University and leader in professional online education, with additional support from UNESCO.

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