The Global Education Conference Call for Papers

The Global Education conference 2011 will be held online from November 14 – 18th in multiple languages 24 hours a day to suit all time zones.  The call for submission of proposals for presentations is now on. Volunteers for moderating conference sessions are also required.

The conference seeks to present ideas, examples and initiatives related to connecting educators and
classrooms around the world with an emphasis on promoting global awareness and fostering
global competency in students. If you know of someone who is doing great work or if you need help in submitting a presentation proposal, please leave a comment on this post. The date for submission of papers has been extended to the end of October, so if you can present on any aspect of global connectedness and collaboration, please consider  sharing with others around the world, by submitting a proposal. There are a number of strands:-
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Curricular
  • Policy and Leadership
Here is what you should do:-
  1. Join the ning Global Education Collaborative
  2. Goto the Calls for Proposals page and follow the prompts.
  3. Wait to hear if your proposal has been accepted.
  4. Then choose your time and day when the proposal has been accepted.
Dont miss this great conference either as a presenter, volunteer or as a participant! If you have never presented before, do not worry. There are many to help you through! Tweet it out with #globaled11
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