ICSEI 2019 Registration
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Type of participant
Student (full time, requires ID)
Low or Lower-middle Income Economies
The 32nd ICSEI Annual Conference
Registration fees for all participants during the 32nd ICSEI Annual Conference include the following:
Participation in all seminars and sessions
Coffee breaks and Lunches will be provided during the conference days
Programme and abstracts of the conference
1. ICSEI membership
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Yes, Full membership (A$86)
Yes, Student membership (A$27)
Yes, Low-mid income country membership (A$27)
Yes, Low income country membership (free)
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2. Cancellation policy
By checking this box, I acknowledge that I understand and agree to the following cancellation policy: Prior to November 30, 2018 ICSEI will refund member and non-member registrations minus a $75 administration fee. After November 30, 2018, no refunds will be processed. No refunds will be given for no-shows. Substitutes from the same organisation are welcome.
3. Conference registration
Student (Full time)
In order to receive the student rate, please email a copy of your Student ID and full time status to email@example.com.
Low or Lower-Middle Income Economy
To attract participants from the these economies we are offering a concession rate. The concession rate is based on the economy of the institution (or the main employer) that the registrant is affiliated to. The eligible economies are listed
*Limited number of concessions available
Board of ICSEI
Adding to registration
Use this option if you have previously signed up for the conference and now wish to attend a workshop, optional social event or school visit.
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Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Indian Ocean Territory
British Virgin Islands
Central African Republic
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
French Southern Territories
Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Hong Kong SAR of China
Macao SAR of China
Papua New Guinea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Serbia and Montenegro
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
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Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
US Virgin Islands
United Arab Emirates
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Wallis and Futuna
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7. Contact Information
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8. Network Sessions
Network Sessions are complimentary.
Lunch Network Session
Day 3: Thurs 10 Jan 2019
Lunch Network Session
Day 4: Fri 11 Jan 2019
Early Childhood Network
Data Use Network
Educational Leadership Network
Professional Learning Network
9. Optional Activities
Welcome and introduction to the networks to (new) members
Learn all about the ICSEI networks, their role in ICSEI, their activities, their outcomes and further plans.
We will also explain about the business meetings of the networks and, in cooperation with the conference coordinators, explain about the highlights of the conference. Attending this session is a great way to get to know new people, and to make your experience of ICSEI so much richer!
Day 2: Wed 9th Jan 2019
9:00am to 10:30am
Early career/Post Graduates Forum
Day 2: Wed 9 Jan 2019
10:30am to 12:00 midday
Second day Lunch
Day 2: Wed 9 Jan 2019
Light snacks and beverages will be provided
Day 2: Wed 9 Jan 2019, 6.30-8.30pm
Conference Dinner/Street food mingle
Day 3: Thu 10 Jan 2019
10am to 1pm
10. School Visits
School Visit registration is now closed
11. Master Classes
Final day of conference: Sat 12 Jan. Classes will start after closing ceremony.
Light snacks and beverages will be provided
Limited seats per class, with 6 classes in total
First come first serve basis
A - Dr. Kim Schildkamp
Data use for improving Teaching and Learning in Schools: The Data Team Professional Development Intervention
- Dr. Kim Schildkamp, ICSEI President-elect, University of Twente (*2 hours)
Every day, school leaders and teachers are faced with decisions concerning the quality of education. However, decisions may sometimes be taken too quickly based on anecdotal information and assumptions instead of data from investigation. When data, such as performance data, but also classroom observation data, are used in the decision making process of school leaders and teachers, this can lead to improved student achievement. To support schools in the use of data, we developed the so called data team® procedure. This interactive session will first focus on the concept of data use and its challenges and opportunities. Next, participants will experience being part of a data team and learn the effects of the data team procedure on teacher professional development and student achievement.
B - Professor Ingunn Størksen
Playful learning in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) across cultures
– Professor Ingunn Størksen, Center for Learning Environment, University of Stavanger (*2 hours)
Research shows us that play is essential for children’s everyday well-being and development in ECEC. Free play is especially important, since it involves children’s discovery, fantasy, imagination, meaning making, negotiation and communication, and in this way fosters natural and enjoyable development. We know that gentle and sensitive guidance from adults in play also fosters early development in important areas. Within the theoretical framework of playful learning, free play and guided play are both highly valued. During playful learning children are active, engaged, and they are interacting in meaningful contexts. This framework is widely accepted in many countries. Still, the practical implications of playful learning may vary across cultures. In this masterclass, I will present an example of how playful learning is implemented to a Norwegian context through examples from a teacher handbook and internet resource. Participants will engage in discussions of understandings and implementations of playful learning in ECEC across the world.
C - Prof. Dr. Michael Schratz
Creating space for innovation: Leading and learning from the emerging future
- Prof. Dr. Michael Schratz, University of Innsbruck, Austria (*2 hours)
Disruptive developments ask for innovative ways of teaching, leading and learning, since the future can no longer be predicted from the past. Awareness of system dynamics and transformation asks for new ways of acting towards next practice rather than best practice.
This interactive session invites participants on a learning journey along Scharmer’s ‘Theory U’ (Mind – Heart - Will); which requires a stance of letting go of the past in order to connect with and learn from emerging future possibilities.
The methodology of focusing on the emerging future will open up the mind on deeper levels of learning and change. Participants will experience how energy follows attention, which helps in creating awareness for innovation and change by holding the space for new approaches to teaching, learning and leading. Collaborative activities will enable the participants to transform the methodology and design into their own professional context.
D - Professor Chris Brown & Dr. Cindy Poortman
Professional Learning Networks - achieving effective collaboration for teacher, school and system improvement
– Professor Chris Brown, University of Portsmouth and Dr. Cindy Poortman, University of Twente (*2 hours)
Educators working and learning together in Professional Learning Networks (PLNs) is considered an effective way to achieve improvements in teaching and learning at scale. At the same time, PLNs do not automatically lead to professional development or sustainable impact. We define PLNs as any group who engage in collaborative learning with others outside of their everyday community of practice, to improve teaching and learning. This is a broad definition, encompassing a huge range of network types, including research or data use teams, teacher design teams, and education networks.
The aim of this masterclass is to enable participants to engage interactively with current thinking and research on factors fostering effective and sustainable PLNs. In particular the session will provide the opportunity for participants to thoroughly discuss not only common challenges, but also potential approaches to meet these challenges. This approach will help participants rethink research into PLNs and (their) PLN practice.
E - Professor Pamela Sammons
– Professor Pamela Sammons, Department of Education, University of Oxford (*2 hours)
F - Professor Andy Hargreaves
Collaborative Professionalism: coming together in ways that have impact
– Professor Andy Hargreaves, Boston College, Lynch School of Education (*3 hours)
We live and work in a fast-paced knowledge economy where ideas have to circulate freely. We are also caught up in a world where, for good reasons and bad, there is more and more movement of people as well as ideas. How can we come together for the benefit of everyone?
In this Masterclass Andy Hargreaves will draw on his recent co-authored book on Collaborative Professionalism so that participants can engage with and apply 5 different designs from 5 different countries for working together in and across schools. Stronger relationships and clearer protocols and procedures; more solidarity and more specificity – these are the core principles of collaborative professionalism that participants will explore together.
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