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Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED)

Conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED)

“Across the Globe Higher Education Learning and Teaching” – Bangkok, 23rd – 25th July

The general aim of the ICED2012 Conference is to become an international meeting point for participants to reflect and exchange ideas and experiences in researching and supporting educational development at different levels from classroom to national scales. The experiences of scholars in many countries, especially those in Asia and ASEAN, will be shared with scholars from other parts of the world. The sharing of best practice in the development of higher education will be most valuable for rethinking of quality learning and teaching paradigms for all parts of the world.

Conference Themes

Strategies for enhancing learning for the next generation of students

Scholarship and research into the practice of educational and academic development

Policies and practice in institutional and organisational development

The development of higher education across the globe

Conference Topics

–    Transformative learning

–    Education for sustainability

–    A futuristic view of education

–    Learning for social change

–    Postmodern teaching pedagogy and instructional technology

–    Changes to the learning environment

–    Learning engagement and course design / development / management

–    Paradigm shifts in teaching and learning

–    Assessment in higher education

–    Cross-cultural education

–    Global quality and standards of higher education

–    Student and lecturer mobility

Further details

Further information about ICED can be found on the ICED web site.


About judithcoe

I am a retired music professor emerita, faculty development champion, SoTL practitioner mentor and trainer, technology geek, fulbright alum, cultural ambassador, digital explorer, artist, and observer with a passion for Irish land- and seascapes, music and literature, Blasket Island people and culture, and the sea.


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