Imaginative Education Conference CFP

Stumbled onto this CFP for July 2013:

Imaginative Education Research Group [ ]

Call for Papers Announcement*

Imagination and Learning: Engaging the minds of students in the curriculum

During the past decade engaging and developing the imagination has come to the forefront as essential to building more educated, just, and sustainable societies. This 8th International Conference on Imagination and Learning continues to build on growing interest around the world in the role of imagination in teaching and learning not only in schools, but also in a wide variety of educational settings that include museums, outdoor and experiential venues, and new media applications such as on-line games and social networks.

This year, the IERG at Simon Fraser University again invites researchers, educators, practitioners, students, and policymakers to join us in continuing to shift the paradigms of theory and practice in education. We welcome proposals on a diverse range of research from our local and international community that include, but is not limited to:

Imagination and ...

  • Teacher Education

  • Museum Education

  • Ecological Education

  • Assessment

  • Arts-Based Education

  • Science Education

  • Technology and Media Studies

  • Oral language Education

Short papers, full papers, demonstrations and other hands-on activities that present theoretical or practical contributions are welcome.
We invite experienced academic researchers and practitioners as well as new researchers and practitioners to submit work that demonstrates innovative ideas in theory, practice and curriculum development.

Submission Deadline: March 25th, 2013

We would be pleased if you would join us at this wonderful celebration of imagination. learning and Education at the wonderful city of Vancouver, BC, Canada. We would also appreciate it if you would forward this email to others who may be interested in submitting a proposal or attending this conference.



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