Second International Academic Workshop
Location: Tian Jiabing Building, College of Education Science, Shenyang Normal University, Shenyang, China
Dates: 22-25 May 2004
Organized by Shenyang Normal University (SNU), China, and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U.Leuven), Belgium
Holding these workshops is going with the orientation of the development of the international economy and educational globalization. Strengthening the comparative study of educational systems in Europe and Asia is beneficial for mutual communication and for improving each other's future development. The aims of these workshops are to stimulate communication and reflection about Asian and European culture, to promote mutual understanding and support, and to install a continuing professional collaboration between scholars from different countries in Asia and Europe.
Innovations in Curriculum Development: International Trends and Strategies
Management of Teacher Education: A Comparative Study
Transnational Questions in Management of Education
About 120 professors and researchers: 50 from Mainland China; 5 from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan - 25 from other Asian countries - 40 from European countries - 30 postgraduate students from Mainland China
Keynote Speakers and Discussants
Keynote speakers and discussants are invited from Asia and Europe.
Keynote speakers send at least at the end of December 2003 a draft of their papers (ten pages) to the email address below.
Additional paper sessions will be organized.
Three pages for the paper sessions must be sent at least at the end of December 2003 to the email addresses below.
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
Department of Educational Sciences
Project School Management
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U.Leuven)
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