International dialogue and research based on “Reciprocal Learning” aims to develop a mutually beneficial space for continuous sharing of educational experience, knowledge and wisdom that will inevitably be beneficial for everyone.
We cordially invite you to attend the Fifth Annual International Conference on Reciprocal Learning Between Eastern and Western Education & Conference on Deep Learning and Classroom Research held at Northeast Normal University in Changchun, China from May 18 to May 22, 2018. This conference and seminar is organized by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council Funded Partnership Project “Reciprocal Learning in Teacher Education and School Education between Canada and China” (Co-Directed by Professor Shijing Xu, University of Windsor and Professor Michael Connelly, University of Toronto). The Faculty of Education at Northeast Normal University will be hosting the conference. The core theme of the conference is East-West Reciprocal Learning and In-depth Classroom Lesson Study centered around the Core Competencies. The seminar aims to promote the sharing and exchange between East-West research teams, the education bureau, as well as the sister schools and their teachers. We hope to explore the education systems and teaching practices of the East and West to gain a better understanding of teaching and Learning in different countries and cultures. To improve classroom teaching, mutual learning and achieve cross-cultural action research, we will focus on the following topics:
Teacher Education in the Age of Globalization
School Improvement in the Pursuit of Excellence
Deep Learning on Classroom Teaching for Core Competencies
Experiences and Reflections on Reciprocal Learning
Student Learning in a Multicultural Context
Sustainable Teaching and Learning Practices
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