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CFP: Concordia Graduate Symposium in the Dep. of Education – “Outside the Box: Educating

Updated: Oct 27, 2020

The Department of Education cordially invites you to participate in Concordia’s annual Graduate Symposium in the Department of Education, which first started in 1998.

This year’s theme is Outside the Box: Educating to Change.

The theme of our Symposium centres on new approaches, or changing existing approaches, to education at all levels (please see our attached poster).

In more concrete terms, we are interested in investigating innovation within the field of education, which aims to challenge traditional pedagogical systems and produce better educators.

KEYWORDS: Education, blended learning, computer assisted learning, education technology, second language learning.

IMPORTANT DATES

  1. Call for proposals (English or French) deadline: February 15th, 2017

  2. Conference Date: March, 25th, 2017

  3. Where: FG Concordia University, 1610 St. Catherine, West

We are looking for proposals for presentations and posters in English or French: http://doe.concordia.ca/symposium/proposals/

We are looking for volunteers: http://doe.concordia.ca/symposium/volunteering/

The entire symposium is FREE! However, pre-registration required for seating and meals.

If you are interested in attending, please pre-register here to ensure catering: http://doe.concordia.ca/symposium/registration/

All attendees, volunteers, and presenters will receive certificates attesting to their participation.

Like us on:

  1. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/graduatesymposiumdoeconcordia/

  2. Twitter: https://twitter.com/gsdeconcordia/

Or email us at: gsde.doe@concordia.ca

Come and join us as a presenter, volunteer, or just come and enjoy the experience!

Download the CFP as a PDF: Graduate Symposium in the Department of Education, Concordia University

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