Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Taylor's 9th Teaching and Learning Conference


CALL FOR PAPERS

TAYLOR'S 9th TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE 2016 (TTLC2016)

12th to 13th November 2016
Taylor's University, Malaysia
www.taylors.edu.my/ttlc2016

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 8th August 2016


TTLC 2016: REDESIGNING LEARNING FOR GREATER SOCIAL IMPACT

The TTLC2016 is your chance to create, learn from and connect with others who are interested in RE-designing Learning for Greater Social Impact, whether in the classroom, institution or wider community.

This broad theme includes any strategy that supports the social nature of learning, socio-emotional development, projects that impact the community (e.g. service-learning), global student experiences, the use of social networking tools and other digital technologies, and so on (see sub-themes below).

If you are an educator, school leader or policy-maker, you will want to be at the TTLC 2016. This vibrant conference, held at Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, has a reputation for hosting thought-provoking speakers who are leading experts in their field, who are speaking on life skills & the curriculum, holistic education and technology's place in social learning (speaker information below)

Register online today via http://www.taylors.edu.my/ttlc2016/


CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

World-renowned speakers – We bring you the very best keynote speakers all the way from the Canada, Australia and the UK.

~ Prof. Dr. Jack Miller (University of Toronto) - 35 years of experience in holistic education, Harvard Missouri Fellowship in Teaching recipient

~ Prof. M. James C. Crabbe (Oxford University) - Award-winning researcher & advisor to the successful life-skills programme, Open Futures Education Trust (UK)

~ Assoc. Prof. Dr. Richard Buckland (University of New South Wales) - over 2 million views on his MOOC "The Art of Computing", 9 National Teaching Awards, Australian ICT Educator of the Year, Pioneer in Social Learning

3 exclusive masterclass workshops – Be inspired and engaged with an up-close session with our keynote speakers for a more tailored and intimate learning experience. Each masterclass workshop is led by our award-winning TTLC keynote speakers who will share their innovative learning approaches.

Network with the world – more than 200 participants and expects from 16 countries and dozens of institutions

Participants will leave feeling inspired, revitalized and equipped with the strategies and knowledge on "Redesigning Learning for Greater Social Impact"!


WHO ATTENDS?

Last year, the TTLC conference brought together more than 200 experts and participants from over 16 countries.
Going into its 9th year, the TTLC 2016 continues to be an annual meeting point for:
- Lecturers
- Faculty Leaders
- School Leaders
- Researchers
- Education Policy Makers
- Ministry of Education Officers
- Teachers


SUB-THEMES

All submissions relate to the broad theme and address one or more of these sub-themes:
1. Technology
2. Social and Emotional Development
3. Innovative Learning Processes for Greater Social Impact
4. Global Student Experiences
5. Teaching and Learning Culture
6. Policies & Transformation on Social Learning Culture
7. Other related topics on Socio-emotional Teaching & Learning


ENQUIRIES

TTLC2016 CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT
+6(03) 5629 5301 / 5629 5302
Email: ttlc.general@taylors.edu.my

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