CSSE is now accepting nominations for its 2019 elections. For further information please visit http://www.csse-scee.ca/about/elections/. Nominations close on 22 February 2019.
Veille scientifique du
No. 186, 3 janvier 2019
|– Benson, K. E. (2019). Education Reform and Gentrification in the Age of #CamdenRising. Public Education and Urban Redevelopment in Camden, NJ. Bern, Suisse : Peter Lang.||Lire…|
|– Hurteau, M., Bourgeois, I. & Houle, S. (dir.) (2018). L’ évaluation de programme axée sur la rencontre des acteurs. Une sagesse pratique. Québec, Québec : Presses de l’Université de Québec.||Lire…|
|– Jorro, A. & Droyer, N. (2019). L’évaluation, levier pour l’enseignement et la formation. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique : deboeck supérieur.||Lire…|
|– Keymeulen, R. (2018). Vaincre les difficultés scolaires. Utilisez les intelligences multiples. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique : deboeck supérieur.||Lire…|
|– Lanoix, A. (2018). Matière à mémoire. Pointe-Calumet, Québec : M édition.||Lire…|
|– Potvin, P. (2019). Faire apprendre les sciences et la technologie à l’école. Épistémologie, didactique, sciences cognitives et neurosciences au service de l’enseignant. Québec, Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval.||Lire…|
|– Riondet, X., Hofstetter, R. & Go, H. L. (2018). Les acteurs de l’Éducation Nouvelle au XXe siècle. Itinéraires et connexions. Grenoble, France : Presses universitaires de Grenoble.||Lire…|
Mémoires et thèses
|– Allard, É. (218). L’interdisciplinarité en sciences et en arts à l’éducation préscolaire : effets sur le développement cognitif des enfants. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Masson, D. (2018). Regard des professeurs des Cégeps de l’enseignement du développement durable du tourisme à partir d’une approche par compétences : apports, limites, enjeux. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières, Québec.||Lire…|
|– McLaughlin, T. J. (2018). The Impact of Game-like Learning on Content Comprehension and Retention in an Eighth Grade Social Studies Classroom. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Caldwell University, Caldwell, USA.||Lire…|
|– Orenius, A. (2018). Market Analysis of the Export of Finnish Education into Brazilian Market. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Tampere, Finland.||Lire…|
Rapports et études
|– Brochu, P., O’Grady, K., Scerbina, T. & Tao, Y. (2018). PIRLS/ePIRLS 2016. Canada in Context. Canadian Results from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study. Toronto, Ottawa : CMEC.||Lire…|
|– International Labour Organization, & United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (2018). Taking a whole of government approach to skills development. Genève, Suisse : International Labour Organization – United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization.||Lire…|
|– OECD (2018). Rethinking Quality Assurance for Higher Education in Brazil. Paris, France : OECD Publishing.||Lire…|
|– Ontario Teacher’s Federation (2018). Submission of the Ontario Teacher’s Federation to the Public Consultation on Education. Toronto, Ontario : OTFEO.||Lire…|
|– CSQ Le Magazine, 39(1) 2018||Lire…|
|– L’éducateur, 11 2018||Lire…|
|– Teach – Le Prof 2018||Lire…|
|– University Affairs / Affaires universitaires 2018||Lire…|
|– Alberta Journal of Education Research, 64(3) 2018||Lire…|
|– Canadian Journal of Education, 41(4) 2018||Lire…|
|– Revue d’anthropologie des connaissances, 12(4) 2019||Lire…|
|– Revue des sciences de l’éducation, 44(1) 2018||Lire…|
|– The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CJSoTL), 9(2) 2018||Lire…|
Colloques en éducation
|– 7e Sommet du numérique en éducation||Lire…|
|– 6e Colloque international en éducation||Lire…|
|– 2019 5th International Conference on Learning and Teaching (ICLT 2019)||Lire…|
|– 72e Congrès de l’Institut d’histoire de l’Amérique française||Lire…|
|– 2019 History of Education Society Meeting||Lire…|
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The Pan-Canadian Research Conference is scheduled for October 3 and 4, 2018. The conference will be held in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. A draft agenda is attached for your information.
At this time, we would like to share with you some registration details. Registration and all information concerning the conference will be communicated through an app. You will receive more details on the app in a few days.
The registration form can be found under the following link: https://register.eventmobi.com/researchconference/your-details
Kindly share this registration link with all who may be interested in participating.
CCEAM & MSEAM CONFERENCE 2018
Malta 13-16 November, 2018
Professional Learning: a leadership opportunity and challenge
Last call for Papers, Symposiums, Round Tables, Workshops
and Elevate Sessions
Dates: 13 – 15 November 2018 Main Conference
Dates: 13 November Masterclasses and school visits (choice of 5)
Dates: 16 November school visits (choice of 5)
Venue: Dolmen Resort Hotel see www.dolmen.com.mt
Discount accommodation rates only available through CCEAM
Members and colleagues planning to present a paper at CCEAM 2018 are encouraged to get their finger tapping as the deadline is July 31, 2018. Paper
• General papers: Abstract 300 words plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• Refereed papers (that will be reviewed for our ISEA journal): Abstract 500 words plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• Symposiums: Abstract 200 words plus 300 words per paper plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• Round table discussions: Abstract 300 words plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• Workshops: Abstract 300 words plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• ELEVATE sessions (innovative ideas, new practice, new research currently being explored). Abstract 300 words plus references. References must be formatted in APA style.
• Posters: Abstract 300 words. References must be formatted in APA style
All abstracts are subject to blind peer review and are selected on their relevance to the Conference theme and quality. Submissions will only be accepted that are made online using our abstract submission system which can be found at https://www.cceam.org/index.php?id=286
All proposals must indicate the theme their paper relates to. This information will be used in the program to allow participants to more easily identify papers and sessions which are of direct interest to them.
Professional Learning Communities for School Improvement
This strand focuses on research studies that examine the selected Professional Learning Community (PLC) model and how this framework leads to enhanced collaborative cultures and improved practices.
Communities of Practice for Learning Improvement
This strand seeks proposals that explores what researchers and practitioners are doing to enhance the process of teaching and learning. Areas such as lesson study, peer coaching and reflective practice are particularly relevant to this theme.
Capacity Building For Institutional Growth
This strand calls for proposals that explore the various forms that leadership can take such as distributed leadership, teacher leadership, and co-leadership that lead to increased collaborative capacities within the school.
Policy and Governance
The focus of this strand is to explore the impact of policy development on school governance and/or on the way different forms of governance support or inhibit school improvement. Special focus will be given on issues of accountability and sustainability.
All enquiries for this conference can be forwarded to our CEO Jenny Lewis at email@example.com
I look forward to reading your marvellous proposals.
Yours in Educational Leadership
Prof Christopher Bezzina FCCEAM
Head of Department
Department of Leadership for Learning & Innovation
University of Malta
The Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) is seeking an Editor or Co-Editors for the French language content of the Canadian Journal of Education. The deadline is 30 January 2018.
Latest edition of the Federation newsletter Communiqué
View the issue here.
From an elementary school transformed into a vibrant mini-society, to students from different grades and cultural perspectives tackling complex problems facing their communities, these programs have won innovation awards because they empower young learners to understand how they can play a role in solving real-world challenges now, and in the future.
The 2016-2017 CEA Ken Spencer Awards recognize the benefits of team-teaching, multi-grade classrooms, and students connecting with local businesses, organizations and community institutions as supportive learning environments that break down cultural barriers. These programs encourage students’ self-discovery that there’s more to life – and to their futures – than getting good grades.
For a booklet showcasing the work of all 7 Ken Spencer Award winners:
The Ken Spencer Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning was established with the generous contribution of Dr. Ken Spencer to recognize and publicize innovative work that is sustainable and has the potential of being taken up by others; to encourage a focus on transformative change in schools; and to provide profile for classroom innovation within school districts, schools, and the media.
Dear CSSE Members,
Please share the message below with K-12 educators who might be interested.
Join us this summer at the University of Ottawa for an exciting K-12 professional development opportunity for teachers. The Canadian Institute for Digital Literacies Learning at the Faculty of Education will take place from July 10-14, 2017.
Themes include: Developing New Literacies Skills Through Inquiry, The Maker Movement, Video Games and Learning Interactions, and Digital Video Design & Production.
For more information visit our website at: www.digitalliteracies.ca
Please share this invitation with your networks!
The DigitalLiteracies.ca Team,
Michelle Hagerman, Megan Cotnam-Kappel, Emmanuel Duplàa and Diane Watt