Conference Theme: Ubiquitous Learning
Opens January 1: https://forms.gle/RXoDqb2mUFpLT9cq5
Authors will be notified around 5/30/21
Late author submission window 5/1-5/30/21 (as space allows)
Presentations are invited from participants with interest in educational areas such as the topics below.
All proposals go through a peer review process with at least two blind reviews.
Scope and Topics
Scope and Topics
- Collaborative Efforts: Are there other collaborations that will improve educational outcomes for our most vulnerable youth? How can educational leaders work together to create a life-long learning mindset in all personnel that will continuously reshape the skills and tools that K-20 students will need to thrive and prosper in the highly volatile global economy of the 21st Century?
- Diversity & Inclusion: What changes in education pedagogy, policies, procedures, and practices are necessary to ensure that all vulnerable youth, irrespective of race, gender, immigrant status, or sexual orientation, receive a world class education?
- Social Justice Leadership: What leadership attributes are necessary for changing social inequities? How do leaders address change structures, processes and cultures to be more inclusive? How do leaders show one's commitment to social justice from conversations to an activist stance. How do we integrate social justice teaching in pedagogical skills?
- Innovative Leadership: What innovative leadership avenues have been created due to times of great change? What new technologies have become available to build community and a sense of engagement in learning?
- Leadership Training K-12: What skills and/or strategies will leaders-in-training and teachers have to acquire to effectively educate youth in a global society?
- Leadership Training Higher Ed: What skills and/or strategies will higher educational leaders have to acquire to effectively educate youth in a global society?
- Policy Contexts and Educational Options: What policy changes – state, federal, and/or local – are necessary to ensure equitable opportunities for success in the education system?