IERGCONF 2015 : 10th IERG International Conference on Imagination and Education 2015
Call For Papers
This year, the IERG 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 and practice concerning uses of the imagination in educating. We welcome a variety of forms of theoretical or practical presentation, including papers, round table sessions, demonstrations, hands-on activities, and other formats that might suit your contribution.
We would be pleased if you would join us at this wonderful celebration of imagination, learning and education in 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.
Please send a one-page outline of your proposal to email@example.com
1. Name presenter(s)
2. Address, telephone and E-mail address
3. Organization and position
4. Abstract: 100-150 words (Title of abstract in bold)
5. How your presentation relates to Imaginative Education (see categories below)
6. Category (see below: General Imagination in Education)
7. Your session choice: 40 min. presentation or 90 min. workshop
8. Please submit both PDF and WORD
All proposals are carefully reviewed to ensure that they meet content standards and align with the IERG conference theme. We greatly appreciate all proposal submissions.
Should your proposal be accepted for presentation at the IERG 2015 International Conference on Imagination and Education, you and any co-presenters are required to register and pay the appropriate fee(s).
There is no limit to the number of submissions. However, an individual may only be the first author on one presentation.
Please indicate if your submission is intended to be for one of the following categories:
General Imagination in Education:
- Teaching imaginatively in early childhood and elementary level
- Teaching imaginatively in high school
- Teaching imaginatively in university
Imagination and curriculum
Imagination and mindfulness
Mathematics, science, social studies, arts, etc. education
Evaluation and assessment of imaginative teaching and learning
Implementing imaginative educational program
Theory and research focuses