• May

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    Location: National Institute of Education, 1 Nanyang Walk, Singapore 637616

    Education For The Future: Creativity, Innovation, Values

    31 MAY – 2 JUNE 2017

    Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2017 aims to provide a global platform for practitioners, researchers, educational leaders and policymakers to collectively debate, generate creative solutions, and to actively exchange research ideas and experiences that adhere to this year’s conference theme, Education for the Future: Creativity, Innovation, Values. The conference will offer opportunities for multi-stakeholder interactions, sharing of international leading-edge research and best practices across schools and cultures, forging of new and innovative directions for educational research and practice, and broadening of professional networks throughout the region and globally.

    The Organizing Committee invites abstracts that explicate or critique ideas around developing creativity, innovation and values in the 21st century. Submission of presentations by educators, researchers and policymakers from all disciplines as the strands of the conference address the full spectrum of grade levels and academic subjects, with an overarching focus on the stated conference theme is encouraged.


    Adventure and Outdoor Education
    Civics and Moral Education
    Cognition, Motivation and Learning
    Curriculum Development
    Early Childhood Education
    Educational Neuroscience
    Educational Policies and Practices
    Humanities and Social Studies Education
    IT in Education
    Language and Literacy Education
    Learning Sciences
    Mathematics Education
    Physical Education & Sports
    School Change and Leadership
    Science Education
    Special Needs Education
    Teacher Quality, Teacher Learning and Development
    Visual and Performing Arts

    Keynote Speakers:
    Professor David Carr, University of Birmingham (UK)
    Professor Kim Sung-il, Korea University
    Professor Robert Root-Bernstein, Michigan State University
    Professor Clare Kosnik,University of Toronto (OISE/UT)