ICSEI Pre-conference Welcome & Networking Session
The pre-conference is an event organized by the early career researcher & practitioner forum and the ICSEI networks.
Part 1 of the morning is targeted at the early career researchers (e.g., PhD students) and practitioners. For example, are you a PhD student in educational science? Are you interested in learning more about how your research can have an impact in schools and classrooms? Join this ICSEI pre-conference for a unique opportunity to discuss your research with leading scholars and peers, build networks and gain new knowledge. Educational research can provide important ways for teachers and leaders to improve in their own practice while having a strong impact on student learning.
Part 2 is targeted at people interested in the ICSEI networks. ICSEI consists of six networks: Early Childhood; Educational Leadership; Policy, Politics, and Practice (3 P); Methods of Researching Educational Effectiveness (MoRΣ); Professional Learning; and Data Use. At this welcome session, network coordinators will tell you about the overarching role of ICSEI networks, outline what each individual covers and the content each network has lined up for this year’s conference.
The preliminary program:
9.00-9.45: Q&A panel with Mohammed Elmeski (co-chair of the ICSEI 2020 Morocco organizing committee), Andy Hargreaves (ICSEI past president), Chris Chapman (ICSEI president elect), and Kim Schildkamp (ICSEI president)
9.45 -10.30: Round table mentoring sessions
10.30-10.45: Coffee and tea break
10.45-11.30: Keynote by Michael Fullan: Leading System Change: The Global North and the Global South
11.30-12.30: Network session
Foundation Years Keynote – Jan. 6, 2020
Leading System Change: The Global North and the Global South
Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto
Biography: Michael Fullan, O.C., is the Global Leadership Director, New Pedagogies for Deep Learning and a worldwide authority on educational reform with a mandate of helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning.
A former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, Michael advises policymakers and local leaders around the world to provide leadership in education. Michael received the Order of Canada in December 2012. He holds honorary doctorates from several universities in North America and abroad.