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  • Chicago, Illinois,26 February- 5 March, 2010Company Logo

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  • Chicago, Illinois,26 February- 5 March, 2010Company Logo

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    My time- schedule at CIES 26/02/10 Friday 4.30-7.30pm Volunteering at the registration

    27/02/10 Saturday 4.30-7.30pm Volunteering at the registration

    28/02/10 Sunday 7.30-9.30 Opening Reception Sponsored by Michigan State University and the Academy for Educational Development

    1/03/10 Monday 10.00-11.30 Panel discussion : A Day in School: How Much Opportunity to Learn Do Schools Provide?

    1.30-3.00pm Panel discussion : Education for Development: Gender Equality and Social Movements

    4.30-7.30pmVolunteering at the registration

    7.30-9.30pm Reception

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    http://cies2010.msu.edu/Comparative and International Education Society, US

    March 1-5,2010, Chicago, Illinois

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  • 54th CIES ConferenceMonday, 10.00-11.30A Day in School: How Much Opportunity to Learn Do Schools Provide?The project was sponsored by AED, USAID, and Save the Children. Duration is: four months. Observation of school effectiveness by several factors in different schools.The main observations are that less then half of school days used not effectively at schools , because the reasons of teachers and students absence, content of the lessons, and participation of kids in different activities instead of studying.

    (Presenters: Joseph DeStefano , Audrey M Schuh Moore , Elizabeth Adelman )

  • 54th CIES ConferenceMonday,13.30-15.00Education for Development: Gender Equality and Social MovementsThis panel offered an opportunity to discuss current issues regarding gender equality, education, and development aid.

    Presenters: Lia Zanotta Machado (University of Brasilia), Regina Cortina (Columbia University), MaryFaith Mount-Cors (University of North Carolina)

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    My time- schedule at CIES

    2/03/10 Tuesday

    8.00-9.30 Panel discussion : School Governance and Citizenship Education

    10.00-11.30 Invited Lecture on "Reimagining Teacher Education

    12.00-1.15 Panel discussion: Education For Human Rights and Social Justice

    1.30-4.30pmVolunteering at the registration

    7.30-9.30pm Reception Sponsored by International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) and Educational Testing Service (ETS)

    3/03/10 Wednesday

    8.00-9.30 Panel discussion : European Integration: Effects on Education

    10.00-11.30 Invited Presidential Panel - Global Higher Education Futures: The UNESCO Trend Report

    12.00-13.15 School Based Management: Evidence on its Effects and Challenges for Evaluation

    2.30-5.30pmVolunteering at the registration

    7.30-9.30pm Reception

    http://cies2010.msu.edu/

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  • 54th CIES ConferenceTuesday,8.00-9.30School Governance and Citizenship EducationAt this panel session presenters present the topics on citizenship and the role of self-governance at school and globally.The improvement of policy implementation in this area should benefit from more in-depth policy analyses on school choice(Dong Hui).

    Presenters: Dong Hui (CUHK), Kai Yu (School of Education)

  • 54th CIES ConferenceTuesday, 10.00-11.30"Reimagining Teacher EducationDr. Zeichner discussed the efficacy of different options available around the world for preparing qualified teachers for everyone's children. He talked about such issues as the consequences of relying on different forms of college and university-based preparation, on the job initial preparation, and initial teacher education through distance learning. He discussed what is known from research in different parts of the world about the characteristics of good initial teacher preparation programs.

    Presenter: Kenneth M Zeichner (Univ of Wisconsin - Madison)

  • 54th CIES ConferenceTuesday, 12.00-13.15Education For Human Rights and Social JusticeThis panel presented a fundamental reassessment of the right to education and analysis of key rights instruments.The field of comparative education, defined by its interdisciplinary and comparative characteristics, offered tools to construct effective eco-pedagogy practice and research.Panel discussed that Holocaust education in secondary school social science textbooks around the world since 1970, using data coded from 465 textbooks from 69 countries. It finds that books and countries more connected to world society and with an accompanying emphasis on human rights, diversity in society and a depiction of international, rather than national, society are more likely to discuss the Holocaust.

    Presenters:Tristan McCowan (Institute of Education, London), Greg W Misiaszek (University of California - Los Angeles), Susan Garnett Russell (Stanford University)

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  • 54th CIES ConferenceWednesday, 8.00-9.30European Integration: Effects on Education This panel discussion was focused on : two major issues concerning between the European integration and the national higher education policies/instruments and their impact at the institutional and individual levels; analysis examines Lithuanian education policies for tolerance in a global context.the processes of change to show how nationalism and globalization, in the case of Moldovan education, are interdependent.

    Presenters: Nino Kopaleishvili (Teachers College, Columbia University; National Education Accreditation Center, Georgia), Carla Galego PhD, Christine Beresniova (Indiana University School of Education), Nils Kauffman (Michigan State University)

  • 54th CIES ConferenceWednesday, 10.00-11.30 Invited Presidential Panel - Global Higher Education Futures: The UNESCO Trend Report This panel reflected on some of the key themes identified in the trend report as central to the future of higher education. Among these were: The impact of globalization and internationalization Access and equity Financing Quality assurance and accountability The role of technology The student experience, including teaching and learning Research and the role of the research university and others. Presenters: Phillip G Altbach (Boston College), Nelly Stromquist (University of Maryland), Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela (Michigan State University), David P Baker (Pennsylvania State University)

  • 54th CIES ConferenceWednesday, 12.00-13.15School Based Management: Evidence on its Effects and Challenges for Evaluation This panel reviewed the evidence behind school based management initiatives around the world. The questions the panel addressed were the following: Does SBM improve education quality ? What are the kinds of changes that SBM reforms introduce at the school and district level that could explain improvement in education quality or lack thereof? What is the quantitative impact of one recent SBM reform, and what are the challenges for conducting impact evaluations of SBM reforms. Through participative decision making and autonomy, schools under SBM are expected to be more efficient in the use of resources and more respondent to local needs. And by involving parents in school affairs and in monitoring and evaluating school personnel, SBM reforms can lead to more transparency, higher accountability and an increased focus on improving educational quality.

    Presenters: Felipe Barrera (The World Bank), Jennifer O'Donoghue , Raul Abreu (Fundacion IDEA (Mexico)), Lucrecia Santibanez (Fundacion IDEA)

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    My time- schedule at CIES

    4/03/10 Thursday

    8.00-9.30 School Reform in Fragile Contexts

    10.00-11.30 Invited Symposium - Transnational Epistemic and Policy Communities: Institutional, Historical, Philosophical and Methodological Concerns

    12.00-13.15 Technology in the Classroom, ICT and Learning

    1.30-2.30pm ICTs as a Response to Local Needs

    2.30-5.30pm Volunteering at the registration

    8.30-11.00pm Gala Dinner

    5/03/10 Friday

    7.30-10.30 Volunteering at the registration

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  • 54th CIES ConferenceThursday, 8.00-9.30School Reform in Fragile ContextsThis panel was focused on discussion about opportunities for change appeared in post-war Liberia and Timor.Education played a critical role in establishing legitimacy and competence of government, rebuilding social trust, and providing hope for the future.An increased focus on rural teacher recruitment and training and a unique practicum-based curriculum of core academic subjects and contextualized vocational employment will improve the quality, relevance and external efficiency of schools in Timor to benefit reconstruction, alleviate poverty and promote a cohesive civic identity. This study explores civic education in classroom of a school Liberia. Durin

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