STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING CONFERENCES AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
IASCE- INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING June 20-23 2002 - Manchester England http://www.iasce.net/events.htmIASCE, in partnership with the United Kingdom Co-operative Learning Network, is pleased to announce that an International Conference will be held in Manchester, England— at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.The theme of the conference is Cooperative Learning and Responsible Citizenship in the21st Century.
FIRST ANNUAL MID-AMERICA CONFERENCE ON COOPERATIVE LEARNING August 7-9, 2002 – Missouri http://www.successlink.org/tool/index2.html
14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COLLEGE TEACHING AND LEARNING, April 1-5, 2003 The Adam's Mark Hotel Jacksonville, Florida Teaching, Learning and Technology: Thinking Outside the Box...No Boundaries... No Limits Florida Community College- http://www.fccj.org/Teaching%26LearningConference/final.html
LEAGUE FOR INNOVATION IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE- November 17-20, 2002 League Conference on Information Technology Convention Center, Long Beach, California 480.705.8200 http://www.league.org/
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH- November 21-26, 2002 92nd Annual NCTE Convention TBA, Atlanta, Georgia 800.369.6283 http://www.ncte.org/
NATIONAL STAFF DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL- December 7-11, 2002 34th Annual NSDC Annual Conference Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts http://www.nsdc.org/
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS- February 20-23, 2003 AASA 135th Annual Conference & Exposition Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana 703.528.0700 Web Site: http://www.aasa.org/
LEARNING COMMUNITIES Conferences featuring learning communities (which usually feature a LOT on collaborative/cooperative learning), link on your website to ours...we have a "calendar" of upcoming conferences. http://learningcommons.evergreen.eduJean MacGregor, Co-Director National Learning Communities Project Washington Center for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Education L 2211 The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA 98505 Phone (360) 867-6608
T.H.E. JOURNAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCES Welcome to the T.H.E. Conference Calendar. Teacher, administration and staff participation and attendance at local and national educational technology conferences is increasingly important as we build technology rich learning environments for the 21st Century. http://www.theconferencecalendar.com/default.cfm
INTERNATIONAL IMPROVING STUDENT LEARNING SYMPOSIUM http://www.brookes.ac.uk/services/ocsd/1_ocsld/isl2002.htmlChris Rust email@example.com Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development Oxford Brookes University, UK
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING National Society of Experiential Education, October 1-4, Las Vegas, NV. For more information check out http:// www.nsee.orgAssociation for Experiential Education, November 7-10, Minneapolis, MN. For more information check out http://www.aee.org.
ëWhat Future – What Learning
- What Teachers - What Schools?
Online Conference (which is free of charge), please do so electronically on the
Online Conference Registration website at: http://www.cybertext.net.au/tct_registration
The Technology Colleges Trust, in the United Kingdom, will hold its second international Internet Conference, in October-November of this year
Annual Association for Experiential
Education Conference, St. Paul, MN
It is a great conference for people interested in service learning and education in non-traditional
settings. I offer the caveat that anyone stuck between the four walls of the classroom may find many of the offerings to be inapplicable. http://www.aee.org/conferences/2002intlconf.htm
John Duff jduff@NSCC.MASS.EDU
Computer-supported collaborative learning is one you might add to the list. It is going to meet in Europe next year, but met in Boulder, CO last year. Here's the web link: http://www.cscl2002.org/ Michael Nussbaum Mikenuss@AOL.COM Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Annual ISETA conference
to be held this coming October in Pittsburgh? International Society
Teaching Alternatives Details may be found at http://www.iseta.org
"Saulnier, Bruce Prof." Bruce.Saulnier@quinnipiac.edu
The annual HAPS (Human Anatomy and
Physiology Society) meeting promotes
excellence in the teaching and learning of anatomy and physiology. This
year's meeting in Phoenix had sections related to peer teaching, case
studies, critical thinking, qualitites of active learning instructors,
motivation..... http://www.hapsweb.org/ "Patti Thorn" firstname.lastname@example.org
10th Annual Improving Student
Improving Student Learning Conference 4-6 September 2002 Brussels
Early bird registration for the Improving student Learning Symposium ends on 30th June.
The major aim of the Improving Student Learning Symposia is to provide a forum which brings together those who are primarily researchers into learning in higher education and those who are
primarily practitioners concerned more pragmatically with improving their practice, but from whichever starting point, papers are only accepted if they take a sufficiently scholarly,
Fiona Smith flsmith@BROOKES.AC.UK
The "Connecting Communities, Classrooms
and Careers" Integrated learning
conference in Colorado at the end of June each year www.schooltocareers.com
Through this conference I have been in touch with many educators working in
project-based, problem based learning. I have found it extremely helpful.
Kristen Garceau- KGarc@AOL.COM
Looking Ahead- AMATYC Annual Conference
American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges, 28th Annual Conference
Phoenix, Arizona November 14-17, 2002
Preliminary conference information, including a list of exhibitors, is now available.
Summer Institutes in Mathematics for those teaching preservice elementary teachers.
The two for this summer are full and one is even finished. But they will be ongoing each summer. As soon as the dates are forthcoming you can add those on. "Ruth Collins" email@example.com The website is http://www.amatyc.dtcc.edu
College Survival National Conference
If you are interested in joining other student success and first-year program educators to discuss how to actively involve students, support campus-wide retention initiatives, and improve communication, then the College Survival National Conference might be a great opportunity for you. This conference takes place in lovely Atlanta, from July 10-13. Contact me (offline or by phone at 1-800-528-8323) for details or visit the College Survival website for registration & program information for 2002 workshop/conferences. Maggi Miller<Maggi_Miller@HMCO.COM>
Assessment FOR Learning Classroom
Assessment for High Stakes Success
Rick Stiggins' s (author of "Student Centered Classroom Assessment")
Assessment Training Institute will have its 9th Annual Summer Conference,
July 15-17, 2002, Marriott Downtown on the Waterfront, Portland, Oregon
Liz Aurbach R & D <research@AURBACH.COM>
"The Middle School Message: Imagine
-> Believe -> Act -> Succeed,"
New Mexico Middle Level Educators, Inc., affiliate of the National Middle School Association, will host their 20th Annual State Conference, 3 and 4 October 2002,
in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Contact: Janet Eskins firstname.lastname@example.org
"Teaching For A Change."
You MUST include "Teaching For A Change." Best conference I've ever attended.
info is at http://www.teachingforachange.com
Lillian Seese - SLCC Meramec, LSeese@stlcc.cc.mo.us
The iEARN annual teacher and students
http://www.iearn.org 2002 Moscow, Russia. Ninth Annual iEARN Conference Sixth Annual
Youth Summit http://www.moscow2002.org July 7-14th, 2002
Losira Okelo email@example.com
The organizer's site:
Mike Robison <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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