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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 05/Jan/2020
  *** Note: This is a draft program. Missing details are being added. Some sessions might still change due to scheduling restrictions. ***
9:00am
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5:00pm
ICSEI Board Meeting
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Rabat Room
Date: Monday, 06/Jan/2020
8:00am
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5:00pm
Registration (Monday, January 6th)
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium
9:00am
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1:00pm
School Visits: School Visits
2:00pm
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5:00pm
Masterclass 1: Leading Learning for Well-Being in the Global North and the Global South
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Red Auditorium
 

Leading Learning for Well-Being in the Global North and the Global South

Michael Fullan1, Santiago Rincón-Gallardo1, Jean Clinton2

1: University of Toronto; 2: McMaster University

Masterclass 2: Leading from the Middle: Rethinking the Best Ways to Change
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Green Auditorium
 

Leading from the Middle: Rethinking the Best Ways to Change

Andrew Hargeaves, Dennis Shirley

University of Ottawa, Canada

Masterclass 3: Data Use for Improving Teaching and Learning in Schools in Professional Learning Networks: The Data Team Professional Development Intervention
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Marrakech Room
 

Data use for improving Teaching and Learning in Schools in Professional Learning Networks: The Data Team Professional Development Intervention

Kim Schildkamp, Cindy Poortman

University of Twente, Netherlands, The

Masterclass 4: Positive Leadership and School Improvement: Cross Cultural Perspectives
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Casablanca Room
 

Positive Leadership and School Improvement: Cross Cultural Perspectives

Karen Seashore Louis1, Mohammed Elmeski2

1: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2: ICSEI 2020 Co-Chair, Morocco

Masterclass 5: Using Social Emotional Learning and Life Skills to Solve the Big (and Small) Global Challenges: Karanga, the Global Alliance for Social and Emotional Learning and Life Skills
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Zagora Room
 

Using Social and Emotional Learning and Life Skills to Solve the Big (and Small) Global Challenges

Jennifer Adams, Joanne McEachen, Loukka Parry

Karanga - The Global Alliance for SEL and Lifeskills, Canada

Date: Tuesday, 07/Jan/2020
8:00am
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3:00pm
Registration (Tuesday, January 7th)
Location: Mogador Palace - Registration Desk
9:00am
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12:30pm
ICSEI Networks & Foundation Years Forum
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Red Auditorium
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Opening Ceremony & Plenary
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Blue Room
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break 1
3:30pm
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5:00pm
I1.PI.07: Innovate 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Agadir Room
 
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Supporting Philosophy Practice to Empower Education Leaders in Morocco

Housni Zbaghdi, Samira Eramdani, Soufiane Margoube

Association Seve Maroc, Morocco



4:00pm - 4:30pm

Creating an international community Ownership of Learning (WOTS)

Freek Wevers1, Henk van Woudenberg1, Erik Denessen2

1: We Own The School, Netherlands, The; 2: Orion Lycem, Breda The Netherlands

LW1.P1.07.MOR: Learning Walkthrough 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Meeting Room
 

For A Plurilingual And Intercultural Education

Chair(s): Moira Laffranchini Ngoenha (Haute Ecole Pédagogique du Canton de Vaud, Switzerland), Pascal Zaongo (Solidar Suisse)

Discussant(s): Xiao Cheng (College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

China’s Two-child Policy and Women’s Identity Development in Lifelong Learning

Huirong Gao
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

Rresearch On The Career Guidance Competency Of High School Subject Teachers In The Background Of China's College Entrance Examination Policy

Xiaohong Zhan
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

The China's CEE Policy Promote School Change

Wei Ding
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

The actual logic and dilemma in Policy Implementation for Migrant Children Education. Case study of Shanghai Primary Schools

Dan Zhang
School of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

Socioeconomic Status and Out-of-School Citizenship Education in China’s Shanghai

Wangbei Ye
wbye@dlps.ecnu.edu.cn

 

Teacher Change And School Change During The Transition To Competence-Oriented Education

Cheng Xiao
School of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

China’s Two-child Policy and Women’s Identity Development in Lifelong Learning

Huirong Gao
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

Research On The Career Guidance Competency Of High School Subject Teachers In The Background Of China's College Entrance Examination Policy

Xiaohong Zhan
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

The China's CEE Policy Promote School Change

Wei Ding
College of Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

Literature Circles And Interculturality

Christèle Maizonniaux
Flinders University

P1.P1.07.ELN: Paper Session 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Beni Mellal Room
 

Shared Leadership as a Model of Educational Effectiveness and Distributed Influence in Moroccan ESP Classes

Youssef Boutahar

ENSAM- Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco



Discussing the Power of Distributed Leadership Practices within Professional Learning Networks: Implications for Policy, Research and Practice

Cecilia Azorín1, Alma Harris2, Michelle Jones2

1: University of Murcia, Spain; 2: University of Swansea, United Kingdom



Distributed Leadership in practice: perspectives from Switzerland

Jörg Berger, Nina-Cathrin Strauss

Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland



Mobilizing Evidence-Based Shared Instructional Leadership In Canadian Rockies Public Schools

Jim Brandon, Sharon Friesen

University of Calgary, Canada

P2.P1.07.ELN: Paper Session 2
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Dakhla Room
 

School Leader Preparation and Development in the Global South: A Call for the Inclusion of Private Schools

Paula A. Cordeiro1, Corinne Brion2, Alfred Ampah-Mensah3

1: University of San Diego, United States of America; 2: University of Dayton, United States of Ameica; 3: University of Cape Coast, Ghana



Preparing new principals in Chile: Challenges and Lessons of Mentoring

Carolina Cuéllar1, María Paz González2, María Jesús Espinosa3, Juan Pablo Queupil1

1: Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile; 2: Universidad Católica Campus Villarrica; 3: Universidad Diego Portales



Strengthening the Principal Preparation Clinical Experience: The Importance of Brokering through Leadership Coaching

Shelby Cosner, Craig De Voto

University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America



Preparing Saudi Educators for School Leadership: The Khbrat Program in the U.S.

Salah Meemar1, Adil Bentahar2, Carol Vukelich2, Kate Copeland2

1: Cultural Mission, Embassy of Saudi Arabia, USA; 2: University of Delaware, USA

P3.P1.07.ELN: Paper Session 3
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Oujda Room
 

The Education Change and Quality Assurance: the Reform of School Evaluation system in Oman: bridging the global and local perspectives

Mohammed Al Alawi, Fawziya Lashko, Thuraya Al Hosni

Ministry of Education, Oman



Researchers and Practitioners Building Capacity for Sustainable School Revitalisation: A Review of Longitudinal Research by one Australian R & D team.

Dorothy Constance Andrews, Joan Margaret Conway

University of Southern Queensland, Australia



Joint Responsibility for Ensuring Quality and Systematic Development? A Case Study of a Well Performing Swedish Local Education Authority.

Klas Andersson, Mette Liljenberg

University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Educating for Future Democracies in the Arab region: Progress and Barriers in a Lebanese School

Samaya Mansour1, Rupert Higham2

1: Independent Researcher; 2: Institute of Education, University College London

P4.P1.07.3PN: Paper Session 4
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Laayoune Room
 

Changing Education Systems: Using research to influence policy and practice

Christopher James Chapman1, Mel Ainscow2, Mark Hadfield3

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 3: University of Cardiff, United Kingdom



Investigating the Impact of a Well-being Framework on Canadian Campuses

Vicki Squires, Chad London

University of Saskatchewan, Canada



Reforming the Education System but Neglecting the Teachers: The Case of Kuwait

Ibrahim Alhouti

UCL Institute of Education, United Kingdom



Embedding a Culture of Continuous Improvement in Australian Capital Territory Government Schools: A case Study of a System-wide Approach

Pauline Taylor-Guy1, Meg Brighton2, Christina Rogers1

1: Australian Council For Educational Research; 2: Australian Capital Territory, Directorate of Education

P5.P1.07.MOR: Paper Session 5
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Essaouira Room
 

Feedback Strategies and their Effect on Metacognition; A Randomized Experiment using Polling Devices

Francois Molin1, Carla Haelermans1, Sofie Cabus2, Wim Groot1

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: KU Leuven, Belgium



Higher Education and Employability in Morocco: English as a Case Study

Naima Trimasse

Ibn Zohr University, Morocco



An Accompanying Approach to the Deployment of Internal Quality Assurance in Moroccan Higher Education Institutions

Zinab Aalaoui, Mourad Taha Janan, Amine Rahoui

ENSET of Rabat, University Mohammed V, Morocco



Lessons from the Evaluation of a Continuous Professional Development Programme for School Leaders in Rwanda

Jef Peeraer1, Stefaan Vande Walle1, Chantal Kabanda1, Phocas Musemakweli2, Ilse Flink1

1: VVOB - Education for Development, Rwanda; 2: University of Rwanda - College of Education

P6.P1.07.PLN: Paper Session 6
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Tangier Room
 

School Leaders Working With Collegial Learning To Promote Educational Change

Marie Sjöblom1,2, Jens Ideland1

1: City of Malmö, Sweden; 2: Malmö University



Sustainable School Improvement With Professional Learning Communities: Exploring The Position Of Leaders In The Reform Network

Elske van den Boom-Muilenburg1, Alan J. Daly2, Cindy L. Poortman1, Kim Schildkamp1, Siebrich de Vries3, Klaas van Veen3

1: University of Twente; 2: University of California San Diego; 3: University of Groningen



Formalise, Prioritise Mobilise: A Case Study Exploring The Role Of School Leaders In Maximizing The Impact Of A Research Learning Network in England

Jane Flood1, Chris Brown1, Paul Armstrong2

1: University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom; 2: University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Access to Expertise: A Case Study Exploring Within and Across School Collaboration on Data-Analysis and Advice-Seeking in a Community of Learning Network

Claire Sinnema1, Alan Daly2, Yi-Hwa Liou3, Joelle Rodway4

1: The University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: National Taipei University of Education; 4: Memorial University of Newfoundland

PA.P1.07.Arabic: Paper Session Arabic 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - TBD 1
 

نحو ربط البحث بالتطوير التربوي: تجربة مشروع تمام

Rima Karami Akkary, Rola Katerji, Diana Sarrieddine

American University of Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)



السياسات العمومية والنظام التربوي: تحديات رهانات التعليم الجامعي بالمغرب قراءة في التقرير القطاعي سنة 2018

الرباع جواد

ucam agadir, Morocco

PF.P1.07.FR: Paper Session French 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Meknes Room
 

Le Prescolaire Marocain , Quelle Vision Pédagogique ?

El Haiatte Erghouni

ATFALE, Morocco



Pratiques enseignantes et Développement de la Pensée Algébrique Chez les Elèves du Secondaire Collégial

Said Abouhanif A.

Centre régional de l'éducation et de la formation casa-settat, Morocco



La motivation En Situation D’Ecrit: Quel Discours Correctif Des Enseignants Pour Stimuler Le desir D’Ecrire Chez L’Apprenant?

Adil Tamim

Université Hassan II Casblanca- Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines Ain Chock, Morocco



Pour Une Education Préscolaire De Qualité

Khaled El Andaloussi

ATFALE, Morocco

S1a.P1.07.3PN: Symposium 1a
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Blue Room
 

Teachers’ Professional Identity: Policies, Professional Learning and Leadership

Chair(s): Martin Henry (Education International), Philippa Cordingley (Centre for Use of Research and Evidence in Education)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Professional Development and Learning and Teacher Identity

Bart Crisp, Philippa Cordingley
Centre for Use of Research and Evidence in Education

 

Policy and Teacher Identity

Thomas Perry
University of Birmingham

 

Teacher Leadership, Professional Collaboration and Teacher Identity

Carol Campbell1, Lindy Amato2, Sharon Alexander1
1Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2Ontario Teachers' Federation

S1b.P1.07.ELN: Symposium 1b
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Red Auditorium
 

Building a Culture of Trust in Schools

Chair(s): Dean Fink (Dean Fink Consulting Associates, Canada)

Discussant(s): Andy Hargreaves (Boston College)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Experience of Trust in Professional Lives of Teachers and School Leaders: The Lithuanian Case

Egle Pranckūnienė
Director of the Centre for School Improvement, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

Unorthodox Orthodoxy: Building Trust in a Culture of Scepticism

Jeremy Hannay
Headteacher of Three Bridges Primary School, London, UK

 

Trust and Unions: The Canadian Case

Dean Fink
Dean Fink Consulting Associatesassociates

 

Teachers We Trust – Or Should We?

Pasi Sahlberg
University of New South Wales, Gonski Institute for Education, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

S1c.P1.07.MOR: Symposium 1c
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Green Auditorium
 

Effective Teaching Behaviour Across Countries: Measurements, Changes, and Links with Student Engagement

Chair(s): Ridwan Maulana (University of Groningen, Netherlands, The)

Discussant(s): Adrie Vischer (University of Twente)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Measuring Effective Teaching Behaviour Using an Observation Instrument: Linking Low and High Inference indicators

Seyeoung Chun1, Deukjoon Kim1, Ridwan Maulana2
1Chungnam National University, 2University of Groningen

 

Effective Teaching Behaviour Across Countries: Does It Change Over Time?

Ridwan Maulana1, Michelle Helms-Lorenz1, Yulia Irnidayanti2, Seyeoung Chun3, Thelma de Jager4, Ulziisaikhan Galiudiv5, Deukjoon Kim3, Amara Adiyasuren5, Thys Coetzee4, Nurul Fadhilah6, Peter Moorer1
1University of Groningen, 2State University of Jakarta, 3Chungnam National University, 4Tshwane University of Technology, 5Mongolian National University of Education, 6University of Indonesia

 

Perceived Effective Teaching Behaviour and Student Engagement: Differential Relationships Across Countries

Rikkert van der Lans1, Ridwan Maulana1, Michelle Helms-Lorenz1, Sibel Telli2, Yulia Irnidayanti3, Carmen Maria Fernandez Garcia4, Seyeoung Chun5, Thelma de Jager6, Mercedes Inda Caro4, DeukJoon Kim5, Rien Safrina3, Nurul Fadhilah7, Thys Coetzee6
1University of Groningen, 2Canakkale University, 3State University of Jakarta, 4Oviedo University, 5Chungnam National University, 6Tshwane University of Technology, 7University of Indonesia

 

How Does Adaptive Teaching of Effective Teachers Help Students in the Classroom? Lessons From Hong Kong and China

James Ko, Valerie Li
The Education University of Hong Kong

S1d.P1.07.PLN: Symposium 1d
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Rabat Room
 

Building Research-Practice Partnerships for School Improvement

Chair(s): Xiu Chen Cravens (Vanderbilt University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Mohammed Melouk (Mohammed V University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Bridging Academic, Social Emotional, and Behavioral Systems in High Schools Through Personalized Learning Environments

Marisa Cannata
Vanderbilt University

 

Developing Teacher Instructional Leadership through Collaborative Inquiry Cycles

Xiu Cravens
Vanderbilt University

 

Encouraging Voluntary Program Take-up of a State-Sponsored Teacher Collaboration Initiative

Ellen Goldring
Vanderbilt University

S1e.P1.07.ELN: Symposium 1e
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Marrakech Room
 

Leadership for Schools Serving Marginalized Communities – Part I: Comparative Perspectives from Africa, Australia, and Europe

Chair(s): Paul Cambell (ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong/ University of Glasgow), Esther Dominique Klein (University of Duisburg-Essen)

Discussant(s): Jacob Easley II (Touro College)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Schools As Adhocracies: An Exploration Of Organisational Systems Promoting Inclusive Leadership in Irish Post-Primary Schools

Fitzgerald Johanna1, Joe Lynch2, Angela Martin2, Bernadette Cullen3
1Mary Immaculate College, 2Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, 3Tipperary Education and Training Board

 

Leading from the margin: Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in Essmara, Morocco, a case study

Lahcen Tighoula
Regional Academy of Education and Training, Laayoune Saqya Lhamra

 

New Models of Instructional Leadership: A Surprisingly Radical, Narrowly Targeted, Partially Effective and Highly Vulnerable Policy Response to School Marginalization in New South Wales, Australia

Jordana Hunter
University of Melbourne

 

The State of the Dutch Educational Leader

Margareth de Wit
CBE-Group

S1f.P1.07.MOR: Symposium 1f
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Casablanca Room
 

Extending The Learning Landscape: Showcasing: A Systemic Approach To School Effectiveness In Oman

Chair(s): Mohamed El Tahir Osman (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Innovation Sustainability Wheel (ISW): A systemic model for scaling up school improvement

Mohamed El Tahir Osman
Sultan Qaboos University

 

Teacher Empowerment: A Ddriving Force In School Effectiveness

Thuwayba Ahmed Al Barwani
Sultan Qaboos Univserity

 

Enhancing a Whole School Performance: The case of Basic Education in Oman

Abdo Mohamed Al Mekhlafi
Sultan Qaboos University

 

Sustaining school Professional Development through Professional Learning Communities

Akalid Al Saadi
Sultan Qaboos University

W1.P1.07.ELN: Workshop 1
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Zagora Room
 

Collaborative Support: How Partnerships In Teacher Regulation Can Improve The Education Of Marginalized Students

Michael Salvatori

Ontario College of Teachers, Canada

 
5:30pm
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6:30pm
Keynote 1: Stefania Giannini, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Blue Room
 

The implementation of the Education 2030 Agenda: The Road to More Inclusive and Equal Education for All

Stefania Giannini

UNESCO, France

6:30pm
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8:00pm
Welcome Reception
Location: Mohammed VI Cultural Center - Foyer/main entrance
Date: Wednesday, 08/Jan/2020
8:00am
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9:00am
Network Breakfasts: Network Breakfast Sessions
Registration (Wednesday, January 8th)
Location: Mogador Palace - Registration Desk
 
9:00am
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10:30am
Keynote 2: Professor Kathryn Riley, Professor of Urban Education, UCL, Institute of Education London, UK
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Stories that change lives: The Belonging Imperative: Why Schools in the Global North & South Need to be Places of Belonging for All, & What Needs to Change for this to Happen

Kathryn Riley

UCL, United Kingdom

10:30am
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11:00am
Break 2
11:00am
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12:30pm
I2.P2.08: Innovate 2
Location: Mogador Palace - Biblos Room
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Caring Leadership: Creating Space

Cheryl Lynn Mary Bauman

University of Southern Queensland, Canada



11:30am - 12:00pm

Taking A New Approach To Educational Change On A Global Scale – The International Education Management (INEMA) Program

Pierre Tulowitzki, Krüger Michael, Roller Marvin

Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany



12:00pm - 12:30pm

Rural Makerspace: The Natural Habitat For Creative Surprises

Isaac Damilola Fasoranti

Prikkle Academy, Nigeria

I3.P2.08: Innovate 3
Location: Mogador Palace - Pergola Room
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Talking It Through: A Participatory International Dialogue About Teacher Mentoring

Rachel Lofthouse1, Yasodai Selvakumaran2

1: Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom; 2: Rooty Hill High School, Australia



11:30am - 12:00pm

Teacher as Researcher

Jennifer Norford, Danette Parsley, Robert Marzano

Marzano Research Laboratory, United States of America



12:00pm - 12:30pm

Building Schools on the Youngest Continent

Jihad Hajjouji

African Leadership Academy

LW2.P2.08.PLN: Learning Walkthrough 2
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

A Learning Walkthrough On Professional Learning Networks Research: New Thinking On Conceptual Clarity, Depth And Breadth Of Learning And Methodological Advances

Chair(s): Alan Daly (University of California, Sacn Diego), Cindy Poortman (University of Twente, the Netherlands)

Discussant(s): Louise Stoll (UCL Institute of Education, London)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

De-Privatizing Practices And Mobilizing Professional Knowledge: Developing Teacher-led Professional Learning Networks

Carol Campbell
University of Toronto

 

A Conceptual Framework For Understanding The Contexts Of Multi-Stakeholder Networks For Educational Change

Stephen MacGregor, Amanda Cooper
Queen’s University

 

Situated, goal-oriented co-construction of practice within a Professional Learning Network

Leyton Schnellert
University of British Columbia

 

Using Social Network Analysis To Study PLNs: A Focus On Ego Networks

Elizabeth N. Farley-Ripple
University of Delaware

 

Linking PLN Outcomes And Processes: Advancing Methodology

Cindy L. Poortman1, Chris Brown2, Kim Schildkamp1
1University of Twente, 2University of Portsmouth

 

Cultivating a Multi-District Professional Learning Network from a Social Network Perspective

Joelle Rodway1, Alan Daly2, Yi-Hwa Liou3
1Memorial University, 2University of California, 3National Taipei University of Education

 

Carrier Mechanisms And Enactment Strategies Of Knowledge Brokering Among PLNs

Livia Roessler
Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck

 

Networking Amongst Small Rural Schools in England: An Organizational Management Perspective

Paul Armstrong
University of Manchester

 

Building up School-to-School-Networks using an Evidence-Based Approach

Nina Bremm
University of Duisburg-Essen

 

Mapping a “network of networks” to improve K-3 reading outcomes in New York City

Thomas Hatch, Daniel Ferguson, Meesuk Ahn, Alyson Rumberger
Columbia University

Morocco Spotlight Session
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
P10.P2.08.ECN: Paper Session 10
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

Relevant Indicators To Evaluate The Teaching Practice In Preschool Education

Luis Horacio Pedroza

Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico



Contextual Factors Influencing Leadership in Preschool

Anders Arnqvist

Uppsala university, Sweden

P11.P2.08.3PN: Paper Session 11
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

The Need for Induction Programmes in Improving Motivation and New Teacher Retention in Rwanda

Ilse Flink1, Sofie Cabus2, Carla Haelermans3, Andrew Gasozi Ntwali1, Jef Peeraer1

1: VVOB Rwanda, Rwanda; 2: Catholic University Leuven, Belgium; 3: Maastricht University, the Netherlands



Teacher Futures: Global Reaction to Teacher Shortages and Educator Labor

Robert Mitchell

University of Colorado Colorado Springs, United States of America



Building a New National Curriculum for Wales: Practitioners as Curriculum Policy Makers

Tom Crick1, Ty Golding2

1: Swansea University, UK; 2: Ysgol Y Ddraig Primary School, UK



Perspectives on Marginalization and Teacher Development in the Arctic

Kirk David Anderson

Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada), Canada

P12.P2.08.DUN: Paper Session 12
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

The Role of Stakeholders in School Self-Evaluation. From Mere Consultation to Meaningful Participation?

Jerich Faddar1, Jan Vanhoof1, Martin Brown2, Maria Figueiredo3, Sakir Cinkir4, Gerry McNamara2, Joe O'Hara2

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Dublin City University, Ireland; 3: Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal; 4: University of Ankara, Turkey



Types of Teachers in Using Student Feedback: Quantitative and Qualitative Findings

Sebastian Röhl, Wolfram Rollett

University of Education Freiburg, Germany



Data-Based Individualization to Support Positive Outcomes for Middle-School Students and Teachers

Leanne Robyn Ketterlin Geller1, Sarah Powell2, Erica Lembke3

1: Southern Methodist University, United States of America; 2: University of Texas, Austin; 3: University of Missouri



Partnership to Improve Early Grade Reading Fluency in the Arab World

Elisabeth Wilson, Holly Cook, Soohyun Jeon

Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, United Arab Emirates

P13.P2.08.MOR: Paper Session 13
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

Exploring Educational Barriers for Marginalised Students in Singapore

Roberto de Roock, Sasha Raj Lawrence

National Institute of Education, Singapore



Acquisition of Intercultural Competencies and Its Effects on Youth Identity Formation in Ethnic Minority and Majority groups: The Perspectives of Pupils and Teachers

Ilze Koroleva1,2, Aleksandrs Aleksandrovs1,2

1: University of Daugavpils, Latvia; 2: Unversity of Latvia, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Latvia



Inclusive Educational Practices for Transnational, Migrant, and Refugee Youth: North, South, and Beyond

Allison Skerrett

The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America



Which Students Profit the Most from an Extracurricular Reading Activity in German All-day Schools?

Karin Lossen1, Heinz Günter Holtappels1, Karsten Wutschka1, Katja Tillmann1, Wolfram Rollett2

1: TU Dortmund, Germany; 2: University of Education Freiburg, Germany

P14.P2.08.PLN: Paper Session 14
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 

Transforming Transitions For Indigenous Learners Through Networked Inquiry

Catherine McGregor2, Jana Fox1, Judy Halbert1, Linda Kaser1

1: UBC, Canada; 2: University of Victoria, Canada



Empowering Young People At Risk Of Social Exclusion Through Media Literacy Education

Maria Ranieri, Francesco Fabbro, Andrea Nardi

University of Florence, Italy



Increasing Achievement for Vulnerable Students: A Teacher Expectation Intervention

Christine Rubie-Davies, Mohamed Alansari, Penelope Watson, Annaline Flint, Lyn McDonald

University of Auckland, New Zealand



Exploring Longitudinal Relations Between Student Achievement and Self-Beliefs for Students with High and Low Expectation Teachers

Christine Rubie-Davies, Mohamed Alansari, Penelope Watson

University of Auckland, New Zealand

P7.P2.08.ELN: Paper Session 7
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

Strategic Triaging, Consensus-Building, and Structural Change: How the Canadian, German, and Swiss Ministerial Councils/Conferences of Education Approach System Leadership Collaboratively

Brenton Cyriel Faubert

Western University, Canada



Being Strategic: Leadership For Equity in Resistant Contexts

James Joseph Ryan

University of Toronto, Canada



Do the Leadership Strategies of Middle Leaders Influence School-based Teachers’ Learning for change? An Exploratory Case Study from China

Zhang Xiaolei

Tianjin University, China, People's Republic of



Design Thinking, Leadership, and the Grammar of Schooling: Implications for Educational Change

Lea Hubbard1, Amanda Datnow2

1: University of San Diego, United States of America; 2: University of California, San Diego

P8.P2.08.ELN: Paper Session 8
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

Educational Leadership For Teacher Wellbeing: Supporting Sustainable Change

Rachel Fiona Cann

The University of Auckland, New Zealand



School Leaders Supporting Teachers in Affordable Non-State Schools in Low and Middle-Income Nations

Paula A. Cordeiro1, Corinne Brion2, Alfred Ampah-Mensah3

1: University of San Diego, United States of America; 2: University of Dayton, United States of America; 3: University of Cape Coast, Ghana



The Effect of Servant Leadership Style on Teachers’ Job Satisfaction

Ahmed S Alfaydi

Saudi Arabia, United States of America



The Impact of Local Teacher Evaluation Policy on Teaching Quality in Four Countries

JISU RYU

University of Minnesota, United States of America

P9.P2.08.ELN: Paper Session 9
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

North-South Collaboration without Capitulation: Recentering Indigenious Knowledge and Epistemology in School Improvement Efforts

Muhammad Khalifa, Peter Demerath

University of Minnesota, United States of America



Collaboration On Educational Research Between Global North And South: The Case Of Chile From A Bibliometric And Network Perspective

Juan Pablo Queupil, Carolina Cuéllar

Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile



Sustaining North-South Collaboration for School Improvement: A West African Case Study of the necessity, challenges, affordances and opportunities

Sue Swaffield1, Raymond Tangonyire2

1: University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2: University of Cape Coast, Ghana



The Role Of MATs In Supporting Or Intervening In Less-performing Schools To Facilitate Continuous Improvement: Evidence From MAT Schools In Challenging Contexts In England

Maria Kaparou, Chris Downey

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

PO1.P2.08: Poster Session 1
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

The Comparability Of Feedback Across Culturally Different Countries

Jitske de Vries1, Remco Feskens2, Jos Keuning2, Fabienne van der Kleij3

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: Cito, Netherlands, The; 3: Australian Catholic University, Australia



The Role of EFL Teachers as Leaders in Marginalized Regions in Morocco. Case Study: Mohamed Zerktouni High School in sidi Kacem Region (Jorf El Melha)-Morocco

Hanane Aboulghazi

Ibn Tofail University/ School of Arts and Humanities, Morocco



Empowering Teachers to Build Others: Maximizing Expertise to Build Capacity

Mieke Valk

Polk County Public Schools, United States of America



Artificial Intelligence for Personalized Learning Assessment

Abdelhak Mahmoudi, Brahim Lamharchi, Hassan Barkia

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco



The Needs of Students with Special Needs: The Case Study of Moulay Ismail University in Meknes, Morocco

Jihane Benmassoud

Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco



Collaborate, Learn, Succeed (CAR Project): a Managerial Innovation in 3 Levels to Promote Success

Alain Huot, Laurent Ouimet

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada



Using School Safety and Climate Surveys for School Improvement-Data Visualization for Action

Chair(s): Jerome De Lisle (The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago), Tracey Lucas (The University of the West Indies), Jennifer Doyle (BATCE), Sean Annisette (TTMoE)

Discussant(s): Jerome De Lisle (The University of the West Indies)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

A Valid and Reliable Instrument? The Psychometric Properties of School Safety and Climate Surveys in Contexts of the Global South

Tracey Lucas1, Nalini Ramsawak-Jhoda2, Nicole Boodhan-Thomas3, Sara Chookolingo2, Lisa Coutou-Morton2
1UWI, 2TTMoE, 3BATCE

 

Data Visualization Tools for Insightful Diagnosis and Sensemaking in School Cimate Improvement

Tracey Lucas1, Jerome De Lisle1, Anna Maria Wiliams2
1UWI, 2BATCE

 

Theorizing on the Pathway of SSC improvement: Case Studies of Insight to Action

Jennifer Doyle1, Sean Annisette2, Bernadine Dick3, Naomi Hedley1
1BATCE, 2TTMoE, 3UWI

 

What Insight does SSC add to Judgments of Holistic School Quality in the Anglophone Caribbean?

Jerome De Lisle1, Jennifer Doyle2, Tracey Lucas1, Sean Annisette3, Nicole Boodhan-Thomas2, Shinelly Swann2, Clare Telamaque3
1UWI, 2BATCE, 3TTMoE



When Best Practice Becomes Common Practice

Janelle Ford

Claremont College, Australia



An Exploration of Practitioner's Views on How Teaching Through Play Can Create a More Inclusive Classroom Environment for All Children.

Eimear Healy, Oisín Morgan

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



An International Review of Incentives into Teacher Education: Implications for Policy and Practice

Alma Harris, Michelle Jones, Ceryn Evans, Cathryn Knight, Nashwa Ismail

University of Swansea, United Kingdom, Open University

S2a.P2.08.3PN: Symposium 2a
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Agency, Democracy and Humanity: Global Perspectives on Flipping the Education System and Empowering Teachers

Chair(s): Deborah M. Netolicky (St Mark's Anglican Community School / Murdoch University, Australia)

Discussant(s): Andy Hargreaves (Boston College / University of Ottawa)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Striving for Good Education for All: The Alternative Offered by ‘Flip the System’

Jelmer Evers1, René Kneyber2
1Algemene Onderwijsbond / UniC Utrecht / Education International, 2De Onderwijsraad

 

When We Used Our Teacher Voices, No-one Listened: The Paradox of Escaping the System to Dismantle the System

Lucy Rycroft-Smith1, Jean-Louis Dutaut2
1University of Cambridge, 2---

 

Australian Perspectives on Flipping the Education System: Reclaiming Education For and By Those Within the System

Deborah M. Netolicky1, Cameron Paterson2, Jon Andrews3
1St Mark's Anglican Community School / Murdoch University, 2Shore School / Project Zero (Harvard University), 3St Paul's School

 

Education as the Foundation of Healthy Democracy: A Perspective from the USA

Michael Soskil
Wallenpaupack South Elementary School

S2b.P2.08.3PN: Symposium 2b
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

Connecting Worlds, Connecting Systems: A Global Discussion On Future Schooling

Chair(s): Anton Florek (The Staff College, United Kingdom), Kathryn Riley (UCL Institute of Education UK)

Discussant(s): Karen Seashore (Louis) (University of Minnesota)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Connecting Worlds, Connecting Systems: A Global Discussion On Future Schooling

Anton Florek1, Kathryn Riley2
1The Staff College. (UK), 2UCL Institute of Education UK

 

Connecting Worlds, Connecting Systems: A Global Discussion On Future Schooling

Anton Florek1, Kathryn Riley2
1The Staff College (UK), 2UCL Institute of Education UK

 

Connecting Worlds, Connecting Systems: A Global Discussion On Future Schooling

Anton Florek1, Kathryn Riley2
1The Staff College, 2UCL Institute of Education UK

 

Connecting Worlds, Connecting Systems: A Global Discussion On Future Schooling

Anton Florek1, Kathryn Riley2
1The Staff College (UK), 2UCL Institute of Education UK

S2c.P2.08.PLN: Symposium 2c
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
 

Collaborating to Improve Schools and Teaching in East Africa and Germany

Chair(s): Anne Sliwka (Heidelberg University, Germany)

Discussant(s): Anne Sliwka (Heidelberg University, Germany)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Leading for Improvement and Collaborative Professionalism in Schools in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania

Andrew Wambua
Heidelberg University, Germany

 

Thinking about Teaching Alone and in Teams in Ethiopia

Ephrem Tekle Yacob
Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Ethiopia

 

Thinking of Teaching Alone and in Teams in Germany

Britta Klopsch
Heidelberg University, Germany

S2d.P2.08.ELN: Symposium 2d
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

Leadership for Schools Serving Marginalized Communities – Part II: Comparative Perspectives from North America, Asia, and Europe

Chair(s): Jacob Easley II (Touro College)

Discussant(s): Paul Campbell (ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong/ University of Glasgow)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Developing Professional Learning Communities across Indonesia to improve Teacher Quality

Jenny Lewis
Commonwealth Consortium for Education

 

Leadership For Professional Learning In Geographic Periphery

Sandra Lund
Mid Sweden University

 

Changing the Narrative: Leadership in Schools Serving Marginalized Communities in California

Esther Dominique Klein
University of Duisburg-Essen

S2e.P2.08.ELN: Symposium 2e
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

Innovations in Leadership Development: Lessons from Five Global Case Studies Beyond the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Countries

Chair(s): Asmaa Al-Fadala (WISE, Qatar Foundation)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Advancing Global Leadership Development Investments and Designs: Key Findings from India

Shelby Cosner
University of Illinois at Chicago

 

Educational Leadership Program in Lebanon: An Exploration of “Ta’theer- Impacting Educational Leaders”

Tasneem Amatullah
State University of New York, USA

 

A Case Study on Moroccan School Leadership Development Opportunities, Best Practices and Key Challenges

Manzoorul Abedin
University of Cambridge

 

South African Education and Leadership Development: A Case Study of the Program Partners for Possibility

Michael Henry Romanowski
Qatar University

S2f.P2.08.MOR: Symposium 2f
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

Building Instructional Capacity - Theoretical and Empirical Contributions from Three Different Perspectives

Chair(s): Andrea Wullschleger (University of Zurich, Switzerland), Katharina Maag Merki (University of Zurich, Switzerland)

Discussant(s): Christopher Chapman (University of Glasgow)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Reconsidering “Coupling”: Building Instructionally Focused Education Systems

Donald J. Peurach1, James P. Spillane2, Maxwell M. Yurkofsky3, Daniella Hall Sutherland4
1University of Michigan, 2Northwestern University, 3Harvard University, 4Clemson University

 

The Dynamic Approach to School Improvement: Main Features and Impact on Promoting Quality of Teaching and Student Learning Outcomes

Leonidas Kyriakides1, Margarita Christoforidou1, Bert P.M. Creemers2, Evi Charalambous1
1University of Cyprus, 2University of Groningen

 

Social Interactions in Schools for Building Instructional Capacity

Andrea Wullschleger, Katharina Maag Merki, Beat Rechsteiner, Nathanael Schori, Ariane Rickenbacher
University of Zurich

S2g.P2.08.ELN: Symposium 2g
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 

Beyond Instructional Practice: The Many Facets of Leadership for Learning – Part 2

Chair(s): Michael Schratz (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

Discussant(s): Tony Townsend (Griffith University, Australia)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Leading For Learning through the Sustainable Development Goals

Irma Eloff
University of Pretoria, South Africa

 

Promoting Student Learning through Subject-Team Routines

Dorit Tubin, Talmor Rahel Farchi
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

 

Facets of Distributed Leadership

Niels Anderegg1, Markus Ammann2, Michael Schratz2
1Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland, 2University of Innsbruck, Austria

 

Thinking through Leadership for Learning: Confronting the Challenge of Realpolitik

Dennis Shirley
Boston College, USA

W2.P2.08.ELN: Workshop 2
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Nurturing Inquiry In School And District Leaders To Improve Student Learning

Usha James1, Wes Hahn2, John Dickson2, Leslie Stewart Rose3

1: The Critical Thinking Consortium, Canada; 2: District School Board of Niagara; 3: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto

W3.P2.08.3PN: Workshop 3
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Context Matters: Finding Inspiration while Creating a Unique Framework for Character Development

Cristy Filloon, Nicole L. Thompson, Carole G. Basile, Ron Beghetto, Tanya Pinkerton, N. Paul Gibbs, Robert Morse

Arizona State University, United States of America

W4.P2.08.ELN: Workshop 4
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 

Minority Language Education: Ontario’s Success Model

Frédérick Villeneuve2, Nadine Trépanier1

1: OPC, Canada; 2: ADFO, Canada

W5.P2.08.3PN: Workshop 5
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
 

Good Practices In Primary Schools With Potentially Disadvantaged Children And Literature Research To Feed Educational Policy

Yolande Emmelot3, Soufyan Ahamiane1, Lotje Cohen1, Ralph Rusconi1,2, Guuske Ledoux3

1: Municipality of Amsterdam; 2: University of Amsterdam; 3: Kohnstamm Institute

W6.P2.08.OTH: Workshop 6
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Project Citizen

Alissa Sumiko Irion-Groth1, Boubacar Tall2, Adil Bentahar3

1: Center for Civic Education, United States of America; 2: Sencirk; 3: University of Delaware

W7.P2.08.ELN: Workshop 7
Location: Mogador Palace - SaharaTent
 

Using Digital Evidence to Improve Teacher Practice and Student Outcomes

Brandy Janelle Yee1,2, Dianne Lynn Yee1

1: Calgary Board of Education; 2: University of Calgary

 
12:30pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch Wednesday
Network Lunch 1: Network Lunches (Wednesday, Jan 8th)
 
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
I10.P6.08: Innovate 11
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Future Education Africa: Spotlight on Personalised Learning

Sharron McPherson

The Centre for Disruptive Technologies, South Africa



2:00pm - 2:30pm

أهميةُ التكنولوجيا فِي تجويد الممارسة المهنية؛ التقويمات الإلكترونية تلقائية التصحيح نموذجا

Youssef Laajan

Ministère de l'Education Nationale, Morocco



2:30pm - 3:00pm

Teacher Collaboration to Improve Student Agency

Camilla, Phyllis Highfield, Chris Allen

University of Auckland, New Zealand

I4.P3.08: Innovate 4
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Tackling Global Educational Challenges Through An International Joint Blended Learning Experience

Andrew Schoenemann1, Pierre Tulowitzki2, Tom Shields1, Kate Cassada1

1: University of Richmond, USA; 2: Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany



2:00pm - 2:30pm

Innovating for Effective Career Design Competencies

Magdalene Loh1, Jan Tan2, Joseph Tan1

1: Avid Adventures, Singapore; 2: SkillsFuture Singapore



2:30pm - 3:00pm

Educator Wellbeing: Mindful Approaches to Professional Learning and Flourishing

Sabre` Cherkowski1, Karen Ragoonaden2

1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada

I5.P3.08: Innovate 5
Location: Mogador Palace - Biblos Room
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

Collaborative Professionalism in Action: A Whole-school Digital Transformation Project Impacting Adult and Young Learners

Bernardine Mizzi, Grace Grima, Esmeralda Zerafa

Chiswick House School and St Martin's College, Malta



2:00pm - 2:30pm

Systems Leadership: Moroccan Schools for the Advancement of Marginalized Communities

Jacob Easley II1, Campbell Paul2, Klein Dominique Esther3

1: Touro College, United States of America; 2: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 3: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

I6.P3.08: Innovate 6
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 
1:30pm - 2:00pm

The Deafblind Team Model: a collaborative partnership to meet complex student needs

Michelle Kathleen Schmidt

Surrey Schools, Canada



2:00pm - 2:30pm

Access and Equity: Computers for Schools Burundi

Jasmin Cowin

Touro College, Graduate School of Education, United States of America



2:30pm - 3:00pm

Placing Assessment Back In The Control Of Teachers

Ian Anderson

WAPPA, Australia

LW3.P3.08.ELN: Learning Walkthrough 3
Location: Mogador Palace - Pergola Room
 

An International Study of Teacher Leadership: Cross Cultural Preliminary findings

Chair(s): Joan Margaret Conway (University of Southern Queensland, Australia), Dorothy Andrews (Unversity of Southern Queensland)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Exploring a Cross-Cultural Perspective of Teacher Leadership among researchers: A Phenomenographic Study

Janet Okoko1, Catherine Arden2
1University of Saskatchewan, 2University of Southern Queensland

 

Teacher Leadership:A preliminary cross-case document analysis from México, Colombia and Spain

Clelia Pineada-Baez1, Cecilia Fierro Evans2, Gloria Gratacos Casacuberta3
1Universidad de La Sabana, 2Universidad Iberoamericana León, 3Villaneuva Centro Universitario

 

Growing teacher leaders: A review of research by one Australian Research and Development team

Dorothy Constance Andrews, Joan Margaret Conway
University of Southern Queensland

P15.P3.08.ELN: Paper Session 15
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

School Principals' and Vice-Principals’ Work Intensification, Wellbeing and Instructional Leadership

Katina Pollock1, Fei Wang2, Nadine Trepanier3, Allyson Otten3

1: University of Western Ontario, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada; 3: Ontario Principals' Council, Canada



Mindfulness for School Leader Well-being

Lewis Bonney, Chong Ho Yu

Azusa Pacific University, United States of America



Principals Developing Interpersonal Leadership Skills In A Professional Learning Community

Anne BErit Emstad1, Frauke Meyer2

1: Norwegian University of Science and Techology, Norway; 2: The University of Auckland, New Zealand

P16.P3.08.ELN: Paper Session 16
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

School Leaders in Education

Anette Forssten Seiser, Åsa Söderström

Karlstads University, Sweden



Changing the Grammar of Schooling through Social Movement: A Theory of Action from the Global South

Santiago Rincon-Gallardo

Michael Fullan Enterprises, Canada



Social interaction of leaders in educational partnerships: Influence of Tension in Semantic Space.

Kristin Norum Skoglund

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway



Overcoming the Barriers to Educational Change in the Arab Context: Examining Pathways to Building Systemic Capacity for Sustainable School-based Improvement

Rima Karami-Akkary1, Coby Meyers2

1: American University of Beirut, Lebanon; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America

P17.P3.08.ELN: Paper Session 17
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

What Works? Examining the Relationship Between Student, Teacher and Parent Motivation, Attitudes, Aspiration, Role Models and Perceptions of Culture in Education: A New Zealand Study

Melinda Webber, Te Kawehau Hoskins

University of Auckland, New Zealand



The Effect of Formal and Informal Leadership Education On Schools Performance and Students’ AchievementI in Underprivileged Areas in Morocco.

Hicham Ait Mansour

Moahmed V University in Rabat, Morocco



Decision Making, Educational Leadership, and Student Achievement

Stephanie Chitpin1, Paul Newton2, Heba Khalil1, Ian Potter3

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: University of Saskatchewan, Canada; 3: GFM Education, UK

P18.P3.08.3PN: Paper Session 18
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

The Impact of Service Learning in the Development of Universities’ Graduate Competence towards Societal Transformation in Nigeria

David Jimoh Kayode, Suraiya Naicker

University of Johannesburg, South Africa



Silenced Contestation of Vocational Teachers within Vocational-Academic Integration Reforms in China

Jing Shi, Venesser Fernandes

Monash University, Australia



Examining Pre-service Teacher Perceptions of Resilience and Well-Being

Vicki Squires, Keith Walker

University of Saskatchewan, Canada



Do High School Indicators of College Readiness Differ for Students from Educationally Underserved Groups vs. Others?

Gregory J Palardy

University of California, Riverside, United States of America

P19.P3.08.OTH: Paper Session 19
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

An experimental model of self-evaluation for the Provincial Centres for Adult Education

Graziana Epifani, Donatella Poliandri, Stefania Sette, Elisabetta Prantera, Francesca Fortini

INVALSI, Italy



Exploring a contemporary approach to school improvement: Implications for Policy and Practice

Alma Harris1, Lyn Sharratt2, Michelle Jones1, Ceryn Evans1, Zoe Elder1, Cathryn Knight1, Helen Lewis1

1: University of Swansea, United Kingdom; 2: OISE



The Experience of Migrant Pupils in Northern Ireland: The Importance Of School Ethos

Caitlin Donnelly1, Lea Hubbard2

1: Queen's University Belfast; 2: University of San Diego



The Impact of Language Proficiency of the Parents Immigrants to Canada on Their Children Academic Achievement

Samira ElAtia, Betty Songo

The University of Alberta, Canada

P20.P1.07.MOR: Paper Session 20
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

Identifying the Antecedents for Academic Optimism in Segregated Schools

Ruud Lelieur, Noel Clycq, Jan Vanhoof, Ward Nouwen

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Quality Enhancement and Youth Empowerment through Student Engagement in the Moroccan University

Ikram Ben Ajiba

Faculty of Education Sciences- Mohammed V University, American Language Center- Rabat



The Structure and Dimensionalty of School Climate in Croatian Elementary Schools

Josip Burusic, Marija Šakić Velić, Maja Ribar

Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia



Peer Acceptance in Inclusive Settings in Lower-Secondary Education: Does Classroom Composition Make a Difference?

Katja Scharenberg, Sebastian Röhl

University of Education Freiburg, Germany

P21.P3.08.PLN: Paper Session 21
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

The Use Of Lesson Study As A Driver For Teachers Learning And Professional Discourse.

Christina Chinas

School of Education, University of Durham, United Kingdom



Building Professional Learning Networks to Promote Practice-Based Research in Sweden

Anna Lena Godhe1, Jens Ideland2, Jonas Sjölander2

1: Malmö University; 2: City of Malmö, Sweden



More Than The Product: Relational Design-Based Professional Collaborations with Practitioners

Kimberley Gomez1, Louis Gomez1, Katherine Rodela2, Emily Pressman3

1: UCLA, United States of America; 2: Washington State University, Vancouver; 3: SAS Institute



Reaching Out To All learners: Using Collaborative Action Research To Address The Challenges Experienced By Students From Disadvantaged Backgrounds

Paul Wilfred Armstrong, Mel Ainscow, Stephen Rayner

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

PO2.P3.08: Poster Session 2
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

The Necessity of Adding Coaching Teachers in Saudi Schools

Abdulaziz Ibrahim Zanguty

Ministry of Education - Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia



General Pedagogical Knowledge Of Austrian Teachers In 21st Century Classrooms

Ann-Kathrin Dittrich

University Innsbruck, Austria



Achieving School Improvement in a Greek primary school through partnership with an External Change Agent

Alexandros Zois

Zois-School, Greece / Institute of Education, UCL, UK



التربية على المواطنة والسلوك المدني من خلال المدرسة

Khadija Bentaleb

UNIVERSITE POUR TOUS SALE, Morocco



Improving Primary Education: What Practices To Promote An Effective Role For Researchers And Think Tanks

Aomar Ibourk1, Tayeb Ghazi2

1: Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh, Morocco and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco; 2: Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh, Morocco and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco



Citizenship Education in Morocco: Towards a Maximal Approach

Sanae Fahmi, Yamina El Kirat El-Allame

Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco



Measuring The Learning Effectiveness Of Mobile Serious Game Made In Africa: A Case Study In Ghana

Cedric Christian Ngnaoussi Elongue

International Network for the Promotion of Arts of Speech in Africa (INPAS)



The Policy Formation of Pre-service Teacher Education in Sri Lanka

Tsai-Hsiu Lin

National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan



Education for Every Citizen – Building a Digital Platform for Education and Learning

Suren Aloyan

DASARAN Ed-Tech Company, Armenia



Engaging Adolescent Learners: Emerging Perspectives on Curriculum, Pedagogy and Practice

Brandy Janelle Yee

Calgary Board of Education/University of Calgary/Universität Heidelberg, Canada



The Professional Health of Russian Teachers: Burnout and Enthusiasm

Roman Zvaygintsev, Sergey Kosaretsky, Marina Pinskaya

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

R1a.P3.08: Roundtable 1a
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Assessment For Learning: Development Of An Observation Instrument

Christel Wolterinck, Jitske de Vries, Cindy Poortman, Kim Schildkamp, Adrie Visscher

University of Twente, Netherlands, The



Transforming Instructional Practices From a Teacher-Centered to a Student Centered Classroom

Karina M. Viaud1, Sheena G. Serslev2, Nahid Nariman3

1: UC San Diego, United States of America; 2: UC San Diego, United States of America; 3: University of Phoenix, United States of America

R1b.P3.08: Roundtable 1b
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

‘‘From Low Achievers to Students Of Promise: A Case Study Of Inclusive Teaching Practices During French and English Classes at Moroccan High Schools.”

Karima Ouerjani, Mouna Elmalek

30 Juillet High School, Sidi Bennour, Morocco,



Revision of Textbooks and Curricula in North Africa and the Middle East- Part 1

Riem Spielhaus1, Imad Elarbi2, Mervat Haris3, Noureddine Dougui4, Adnan Bouch5

1: Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research; 2: The Maroccan Center for Civic Education; 3: The University of Jordan; 4: University of Tunis; 5: Teacher Training Institute, Algiers (Former Director)



Rushd: An educational leadership coaching e-platform

Rania Sawalhi1, Ghiath Hawari2

1: Qatar Univsrity, Qatar; 2: Eduenterprise

R1c.P3.08: Roundtable 1c
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

"Early Grade Reading as an Essential Ingredient of Morocco's Educational Reform: A Case of Improving Instructional Practice"

Abdelkader Ezzaki1, Fouad Chafiqi2, Fathi El-Ashri1, Mariam Britel-Swift3, Mohammed dahbi4

1: National Program for Reading - Morocco,; 2: Curricumlum Directorate, Ministry of National Education, Morocco; 3: USAID, Morocco; 4: Al-Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco

R2a.P3.08: Roundtable 2a
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Culturally Relevant Assessment Practices in Inuit Contexts (Nunatsiavut)

Jennifer Godfrey Anderson1, Jodie Lane2

1: Memorial University, Canada; 2: Nunatsiavut Government



Self-Assessment of Academic Skills Development in Higher Education in Kazakhstan

Bridget Goodman, Jason Sparks, Sulushash Kerimkulova, Assel Kambatyrova, Andrey Chsherbakov

Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan

R2b.P3.08: Roundtable 2b
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

From Development to Depth: A Whole School Approach to a Professional Learning Community.

Melanie Chambers, Emma Adams, Melanie Warnes

British School of Brussels, Belgium



New Immigration as a topic of Inclusive Teaching and School Development

Wibke Kleina, Silvia-Iris Beutel, Christiane Ruberg

TU Dortmund, Germany



Exploring Collaboration in Interprofessional Education Teams: A Cognitive Task Analysis

Trynke Keuning1,2, Ietje Pauw1

1: Katholieke Pabo Zwolle; 2: University of Twente

R2c.P3.08: Roundtable 2c
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
S3a.P3.08.ELN: Symposium 3a
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

From District Leaders to Students Learning, a case study from the eastern part of Norway

Chair(s): Tore Skandsen (Imtec foundation)

Discussant(s): Karen Seashore Louis (University of Minnesota)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The relationship Between Student Learning And Student/family Background, Teachers And Classroom conditions

Lars Arild Myhr
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

 

Professional Teacher Collaboration And Pedagogical School Leadership

Mette Marit Jenssen
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

 

System leadership, Educational Infrastructure and Inter- Organisational Learning. A Case Study of a Norwegian School District Program

Hilde Forfang
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

S3b.P3.08.3PN: Symposium 3b
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Building Professional Communities for Education and Well-Being in Zambia and Norway

Chair(s): Elaine Munthe (University of Stavanger, Norway)

Discussant(s): Andy Hargreaves (Boston College)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Improving Quality Education for Marginalized Children through Capacity Building and Community Schools in Zambia

Cleopatra Murna, Petronella Sibeene
Zambia open Community Schools

 

Issues School Leaders, Teachers and School Nurses Perceive as Important for Effective Collaboration to enhance well-being in schools

Unni Midthassel
University of Stavanger

 

Co-constructing Communities of School Networks for pProfessional Improvement and Empowerment

Elaine Munthe1, Inger Sofie Hurlen2, Hege Egaas Roen3
1University of Stavanger, 2Stavanger municipality, 3Sandnes Municipality

S3c.P3.08.MOR: Symposium 3c
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

Developing, Analysing and Using: The Experience of the Scottish National Standardised Assessments and their Focus on Supporting Teachers

Chair(s): Sarah Richardson (Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom), Bethany Davies (Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): Sladana Krstic (Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Developing Assessment Instruments to Support Teachers by Giving them Insights into their Students’ Learning

Bethany Davies
Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom

 

Using Psychometric Analysis for an Adaptive Assessment

Sladana Krstic
Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom

 

Supporting Teachers’ Use of Assessment Data to Enhance Learning and Teaching

Sarah Richardson
Australian Council for Educational Research, United Kingdom

S3d.P3.08.ELN: Symposium 3d
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
 

Making Connections: Teaching, Learning and Leadership in the Context of Education Ecosystems Globally.

Chair(s): Asmaa Alfadala (WORLD INNOVATION SUMMIT FOR EDUCATION, Qatar)

Discussant(s): Asmaa Alfadala (World Innovation Summit for Education)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Securing the 21ST Century Teacher Workforce: Global Perspectives On Teacher Motivation, Professionalism And Retention

Karen Edge
UCL

 

Local Learning Ecosystems: emergent models

Valerie Hannon
Innovation Unit

 

Collaborative Professionalism

Andrew Hargreaves
Boston College

 

Educational Leadership: A Multilevel Distributed Perspective

James P Spillane
Northwestern University

S3e.P3.08.PLN: Symposium 3e
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

Networks at Work: Leveraging Social Network Analysis in School Improvement Research

Chair(s): Joelle Dale Ann Rodway (Memorial University, Canada)

Discussant(s): Carol Campbell (University of Toronto)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Understanding a Multi-District Professional Learning Network through the Lens of Strong and Weak Ties

Joelle Rodway1, Alan Daly2, Yi-Hwa Liou3
1Memorial University, 2University of California - San Diego, 3National Taipei University of Education

 

Identifying Key Actors in Informal Collaborative Networks in Schools

Chris Downey
University of Southampton

 

Leveraging Links: Characterizing, Classifying, and Correlating Educators’ Networks for Research Use in Schools

Elizabeth Farley-Ripple
University of Delaware

 

Leadership in a Community of Learning Network: A Social Network Examination of Roles and Reach Within and Across Schools in Practice and Policy Realisation

Claire Sinnema1, Alan Daly2, Joelle Rodway3, Yi-Hwa Liou4
1University of Auckland, 2University of California - San Diego, 3Memorial University, 4National Taipei University of Education

S3f.P3.08.3PN: Symposium 3f
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

Design-based School Improvement in the Global North and the Global South: Chile, USA, Germany

Chair(s): Santiago Ricon-Gallardo (University of Toronto)

Discussant(s): Chris Brown (University of Portsmouth)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Design-based School Improvement in Cross-national Comparison

Rick Mintrop
UC Berkeley

 

Design-based School Improvement in Chilean Schools and Municipal Administrations

Miguel Órdenes
Universidad Diego Portales

 

Design-based School Improvement in California Schools and Districts

Corrine Aramburo, Elizabeth Zumpe
UC Berkeley

 

Design-based School Improvement in German Schools Facing Socially Adverse Circumstances

Nina Bremm
University of Duisburg-Essen

S3g.P3.08.3PN: Symposium 3g
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

Animal Assisted Educational Practices And Their Potential Impact On Learners.

Chair(s): Sandrine Breithaupt (University of Teacher Education Lausanne), Helen Lewis (Swansea University, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): Sandrine Breithaupt (University of Teacher Education, Lausanne)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Teaching Compassion For Animals: Development Of A Humane Education Programme in Ethiopia.

Stephen Albone1, Stephanie Itle-Clark2
1Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad, London, UK, 2Academy of Prosocial Learning, USA

 

Are Therapy Dogs In The Classroom Beneficial? Review Of The Research

Jerri J Kropp
School of Human Ecology; Georgia Southern University, USA

 

How Do Pupils With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Respond To A School Dog Scheme?

Diahann Gallard
School of Education: Liverpool John Moores University, UK

 

Real-life Puppy-dog Tales: The Impact Of Classroom Dogs On Young Children's Social Behaviours And Communication During Playful Learning Opportunities.

Helen Lewis1, Theresa Rees2
1Swansea University School of Education, UK, 2Glyncollen Primary School, Swansea

W10.P3.08.PLN: Workshop 10
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
W11.P3.08.3PN: Workshop 11
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Principled Innovation of Educator Preparation for 21st Century Learners: Authentic Partnerships and Redesigned Systems

Nicole L. Thompson, Cristy Filloon, Edith Gummer, Robert Morse, Wendy P. Oakes, N. Paul Gibbs, Tanya Pinkerton

Arizona State University, United States of America

W12.P3.08.3PN: Workshop 12
Location: Mogador Palace - SaharaTent
 

Technological Education

Judith Sara van Biemen

Maris College, Netherlands, The

W13.P3.08.MOR: Workshop 13
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium
 

Trauma-Informed Instruction: Creating Opportunities and Pathways in Education for Vunerable Communities

Kyna Nokomis Elliott

Georgia Independant Schools Association, United States of America

W8.P2.08.ELN: Workshop 8
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

We Own The School: A Game, A Network And A Data Tool

Henk van Woudenberg, Freek Wevers

The WOTS Foundation, Netherlands, The

W9.P3.08.ELN: Workshop 9
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

What Constitutes Meaningful Collaboration For Improved Education Quality?

Usha James

The Critical Thinking Consortium, Canada

 
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Break 3
Break 4
 
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
GRID Spotlight Session
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

What Constitutes Educational Improvement and Effectiveness Around the Globe in 2020 and into the Future?

Trista Hollweck1, Mauricio Pino Yancovic2, Jacob Easley II3, Yasodai Selvakumaran4, Brenton Faubert5, Asmaa Alfadala6

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso, Chile; 3: Touro College, USA; 4: New South Wales Department of Education, Australia; 5: Western University, Canada; 6: World Innovation Summit for Education

I7.P4.08: Innovate 7
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Knowledge Creation in School Education Reform: Global Connections

Niall Mackinnon

Avernish Prospect, United Kingdom



4:00pm - 4:30pm

Impactful Change Processes: Placing Malta on the Maths Mastery Map

Esmeralda Zerafa, Bernardine Mizzi

Chiswick House School and St. Martin's College, Malta



4:30pm - 5:00pm

Leadership for Schools Serving Marginalized Communities – Part III: Perspectives from the Global South

Paul Campbell1, Jacob Easley II2, Esther Dominique Klein3

1: ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong/ University of Glasgow; 2: Touro College Graduate School of Education; 3: University of Duisburg-Essen

LW4.P4.08.ELN: Learning Walkthrough 4
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Enhancing Collaborative Leadership Across Systems and Borders

Chair(s): Louise Stoll (UCL Institute of Education, London, United Kingdom)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Global Education Leaders Program: Leadership Development at the System Level

Valerie Hannon1, Tony Mackay2
1Innovation Unit, England, 2National Center on Education and the Economy, Washington

 

“Liderazgo Para el Aprendizaje”: Developing Learning-Focussed School Leadership Capacity in Spain

Anna Jolonch Anglada1, Núria Vives Font2, Carol Taylor3, Greg Ross3
1University of Barcelona Faculty of Education, 2La Caixa Foundation, Spain, 3UCL Institute of Education, London

 

The Partnership between Researchers and School Leaders in the Cooperation for Better Schools (CBS) Program, in Sweden

Niclas Rönnström1, Jan Robertson2, Eva Amundsdotter1, Martin Rogberg1
1University of Stockholm, 2New Zealand/Griffith University

 

Developing System Leaders for Equity and Quality: the Transformative Educational Leadership Program (TELP)

Judy Halbert, Linda Kaser
University of British Columbia, Canada

 

Collaborative Leadership Learning: Promoting Collective Capacity for School and System Change

Louise Stoll1, Jane Creasy2, Tore Skansen3, Anne Lillevold Jacobsen4
1UCL Institute of Education, 2Creasy-Lockyer Ltd, 3Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, 4Hamar Kommune, Norway

P22.P4.08.ELN: Paper Session 22
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

Leadership and Collaborative Learning in Schools Facing Challenging Circumstances

Heinz Günter Holtappels, Lisa Brücher

TU Dortmund University, Germany, Center for Research on Education and School Development



Leadership Practices In Schools Serving Disadvantaged Community

Namrata Ms.

Central University of Sikkim, India



The Long Game of School Turnaround: A Case Study of One Urban District’s Attempt to Sustain a Successful School Turnaround Launch

Coby Meyers

University of Virginia, United States of America



Global North and South Collaboration: A Train the Trainer Model in Africa

Corinne Brion1, Paula Cordeiro2

1: University of Dayton, United States of America; 2: University of San Diego, United States of America

P23.P4.08.ELN: Paper Session 23
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

Families, Schools, and Addiction: (Re)Envisioning Schools as Places of Hope and Healing

Kara Lasater

University of Arkansas, United States of America



It Takes A Village To Raise A Village: A System Level Perspective On Promoting Student Agency

Nicolette van Halem1, Yi-Hwa Liou2, Andree Grey3, Alan Daly3

1: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: National Taipei University of Education; 3: University of California, San Diego



Place, Care, and Context: Alignments and Contradictions in Students’ Experiences of Care at School and Home

Jeff Walls

Washington State University, United States of America



Diagnosis, Integration, and Inclusion: The Experiences of Schools and Families in Cambodian policy and practice

Anne Crylen

GEDI Consulting, United States of America

P24.P4.08.ELN: Paper Session 24
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

Silent Superheroes - A New Form Of Existence As An Educational Leader

Heike Beuschlein

University of Education Zurich, Switzerland, Switzerland



Articulating The Headship Role: What Do Job Descriptions Published In Wales Convey About The Nature Of Leadership, Professionalism And Practice?

Emmajane Milton2, Alexandra Morgan2, Andrew James Davies1, Mark Connolly2, Damian Donnelly2, Iwan Ellis2

1: Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom; 2: Cardiff University, United Kingdom



Examining School Leadership Practices and Approaches in the Global South: Challenges and Possibilities

Ann Elizabeth Lopez1, Peter Rugano2

1: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto, Canada; 2: University of Embu. Kenya

P25.P4.08.ELN: Paper Session 25
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

Leading Reading Improvements Through Professional Learning

Tony Townsend1, Anne Bayetto2

1: Griffith University, Australia; 2: Flinders University, Australia



Leadership practice with principals´ physical absence in Geographic Periphery

Sandra Johanna Lund

Mid Sweden university, Sweden



Context in Local Implementation of Systemic Reform: The Creation of Local Education Services in Chile

Stephen Anderson1, Mario Uribe2,3, Juan Pablo Valenzuela2,3

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: Universidad de Chile, Chile; 3: Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso

P26.P4.08.ECN: Paper Session 26
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

Building Evaluative Capacity For Equity And Inclusive Learning Environments

Line Skov Hansen

Aalborg University, Denmark



Does The Socioeconomic Status Of Your Schoolmates Affect Your School-related Psychological Development? A Longitudinal Propensity Matching Approach

Barbara Eva Belfi, Carla Haelermans

Maastricht University, Netherlands, The



A National Evaluation of Children’ Skills: The Case of Uruguay

Alma Yadhira Lopez Garcia, Jon Douglas Willms

University of New Brunswick, Canada



Quality Leaders and educational development: Educational leader’s roles in promoting Omani Education system

Salim Mohamed Al Mushaifri

Ministry of Education -Oman, Oman

P27.P4.08.3PN: Paper Session 27
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

Putting Poverty in its place: Lessons and learning from Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland

Christopher James Chapman1, Alison Drever1, Kevin Lowden Lowden1, Jennifer McClean McClean2

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Glasgow Centre for Population Health



Progress towards Inclusive Education: Case Study from Ethiopia

Jan Šiška

Charles University, Faculty of Education, Czech Republic



Improving The Intercultural School: Reflections From Cypriot Schools

Christina Hajisoteriou, Christiana Karousiou, Panayiotis Angelides

University of Nicosia, Cyprus

P28.P4.08.MOR: Paper Session 28
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

Model for Effective Science Teaching from Two Learning Communities in Canada

Liliane Dionne1, Christine Couture2, Lorraine Savoie-Zajc3, Natascia Petringa1

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: Université du Québec à Chicoutimi; 3: Université du Québec en Outaouais



Challenges and Recommendations for Blended Learning Improvement of Master Students at Nazarbayev University

Aigerim Satubaldina

Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary



Information Communication Technology Integration in the Moroccan Educational System

Sana Lamtara

Hassan II University Casablanca - The National Higher School of Electricity and Mechanics (ENSEM)



Primary School Teachers' Attitudes towards Technology Use and Stimulating Higher-Order Thinking: Development of Two Questionnaires

Frances M. Wijnen1, Joke M. Voogt2, Juliette H. Walma van der Molen1

1: University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: Windesheim, The Netherlands

P29.P4.08.OTH: Paper Session 29
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 

Inclusiveness or Lack thereof: An insight into disability management in Morocco's Higher Education

Said Ouboumerrad

Mohamed V University, Morocco



The Impact of the Dyslexia Label on Academic Outlook and Aspirations: An Analysis Using Propensity Score Matching

Cathryn Knight

Swansea University, United Kingdom



Process-based Timed Writing for Effective Writing Assessments

Adil Bentahar

University of Delaware, United States of America



The Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) – A Multilevel Analysis of Sustainability Competences (SC) in Schools

Eva-Maria Waltner1, Katja Scharenberg2, Werner Rieß1

1: University of Education Freiburg, Department of Biology and Pedagogy of Biology, Germany; 2: University of Education Freiburg, Department of Sociology, Germany

P30.P4.08.PLN: Paper Session 30
Location: Mogador Palace - Pergola Room
 

Teacher Professional Learning: Focusing on a Wholistic Experience Linking the Mind and the Heart Through Relational Learning

Jennifer Kelly

University of British Columbia, Canada



Soft skills à l’Université Cadi Ayyad Marrakech : Enjeux et perspectives

Hind Arazzakou

Université Cadi Ayyad Marrakech, Ecole Nationale de Commerce et de Gestion, Morocco



Teacher initiatives that support student pro-social behaviour in the Waimea Kahui Ako (Community of Learning) in New Zealand

Camilla, Phyllis Highfield

University of Auckland, New Zealand



Teacher Wellbeing and General Pedagogical Knowledge as central tenets for quality education

Ann-Kathrin Dittrich1, Irma Eloff2

1: University Innsbruck, Austria; 2: University Pretroia, South africa

PO3.P4.08: Poster Session 3
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Measuring Metacognitive Strategy Knowledge In School Improvement

Nathanael Schori1, Beat Rechsteiner1, Katharina Maag Merki1, Andrea Wullschleger1, Ariane Rickenbacher1, Urs Grob1, Tatjana Heim1, Yves Karlen2

1: University of Zürich, Switzerland; 2: Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz



Anti-Black Punishment: Implications for Race-Based Trauma

Asha Omar

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, United States of America



Improving Instructional Practice

Dominique Guillo

Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique, Morocco



Examining Moroccan EFL Teachers' Perceptions of Critical Thinking and Their Actual Practice of Teaching It.

Hicham Astaifi

Mohammed V University, Morocco



The Motives and Factors on Cross-border Study of the Taiwanese Senior High Graduates in Mainland China

Shu-Ling Huang

National Chi Nan University, Taiwan



Acknowledging Migrant Students’ Plurilingual Identities

Maira Klyshbekova

Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan



Care Experienced Children: Establishing Interpersonal Relationships To Support Engagement In Learning.

Jacqui Horsburgh

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Educational Stakeholders’ Perceptions and Experiences of SIMCE and SIMCE English. The Case of Chile

Paulina del Pilar Moya Santiagos

Bernardo O'Higgins University. Santiago, Chile / Lenka Franulic Public School, Santiago, Chile



How Can We Improve Teacher Data Literacy?

Martin Søland Klausen, Thue Fast Jensen

VIA University College, Denmark



Educational Research Literacy in Egypt and Germany. A comparison of Teacher Training students

Jana Groß Ophoff1, Hassanein ElKamel2

1: University Tuebingen, Germany; 2: Faculty of Education, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt



Gendered Presence: Innovating Racialized and Gendered Identity Construction in Schooling from an Asset-Based Approach

Diana Chandara, AK O'Loughlin

University of Minnesota, United States of America



Pupils’ Views of Teaching and Being a Teacher: A Study in Primary Education

Ana Forte1, Maria A. Flores2

1: Agrupamento de Escolas D. Maria II; 2: University of Minho, Portugal

S4a.P4.08.ELN: Symposium 4a
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

But How? The Enactment Of Leadership For School Improvement

Chair(s): Anne Tappel (University of Twente)

Discussant(s): Alma Harris (Swansea University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

School Leaders’ Context-Specific Repertoire In Situations With Leading For Learning Tensions

Monika L. Louws
Utrecht University

 

Leadership For Instructional Improvement: Novice School Principals ‘On The Job’ Sense-Making About Enacting Leadership To Improve Teaching And Learning

James P. Spillane
Northwestern University

 

The Enactment Of Integrated School Leadership For Sustainable School Improvement With Data Teams

Elske van den Boom-Muilenburg1, Cindy L. Poortman1, Kim Schildkamp1, Siebrich de Vries2, Klaas van Veen2
1University of Twente, 2University of Groningen

 

The Networked School Leader: Empirically Based Suggestions For How To Maximize The Benefits Of Engaging In Professional Learning Networks

Chris Brown1, Stephen MacGregor2, Jane Flood1
1Durham University, 2Queens University

S4b.P4.08.3PN: Symposium 4b
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

School Reform Priorities in Kazakhstan

Chair(s): Ali Ait Si Mhamed (Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Philosophical And Strategic Underpinnings Towards Advancing The Reforms Agenda In Kazakhstan

Fatima Zhakypova
Ministry of Education

 

Teacher Education Challenges And Urgent Needed Reforms

Aida Sagintayeva
Nazarbayev University

 

A Way Forward in Advancing The Agenda of Inclusion And Inclusive Education in Kazakhstan

Rita Kasa
Nazarbayev University

 

Well-being of Students: An Important Priority to Improve the Quality

Daniel Torrano
Nazarbayev University

S4c.P4.08.3PN: Symposium 4c
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
 

Autonomous Schools and the Middle Tier: Analysing Locality Governance in the Context of Increasing School Autonomy - Learning from England and Australia

Chair(s): Toby Michael Greany (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): tbc tbc (tbc)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Balancing School Autonomy and Collectivity: An Analysis of Emergent Locality Governance in England’s ‘Self-improving School-led System’

Toby Greany
University of Nottingham

 

Developing School-led Improvement: From Fragmented Centralism to Connected Localism

Anton Florek1, Marie-Claire Bretherton2
1The Staff College, 2Lincoln Local Authority

 

Australia’s Chameleon Middle Tier: Principal Autonomy and the Middle Tier Through the Lens of Hierarchy, Markets, Networks

Ricky Campbell-Allen
University of Nottingham

S4d.P4.08.PLN: Symposium 4d
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

Placebo, Sticking Plaster Or Cure: Is There A Role For Coaching And Mentoring In Sustaining The Wellbeing And Career-long Learning Of Education Practitioners? A CollectivED Symposium

Chair(s): Rachel Lofthouse (Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Can The Mentor-Coach Role Be A Supportive Structure For Experienced Teachers’ Well-being Capacity And Flourishing In School? In Conversation With A Canadian Mentor-Coach, Coachee, School District Leader And Researcher

Trista Holweck
University of Ottawa, Western Quebec School Board

 

Addressing The Problem Of High Stakes Accountability In Schools Through Deeper Conversations

Jeremy Hannay
Three Bridges Primary School, UK

 

Expected And Unexpected Impacts Of Coaching In Schools: In Conversation With An Australian Teacher, School Leader, Coach, Coachee And Researcher

Deborah Netolicky
St Mark's Anglican Community School / Murdoch University

 

Threading Together Career-Long Learning And Wellbeing In A Performative Education System; In Conversation With A UK Teacher Educator, Researcher And Coach

Rachel Lofthouse
CollectivED, Leeds Beckett University

S4e.P4.08.DUN: Symposium 4e
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

Teachers' Learning and Instructional Behavior

Chair(s): Trynke Keuning (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

Discussant(s): Michelle Helms-Lorenz (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Effects of an Assessment for Learning Professional Development Program

Christel Wolterinck, Cindy Poortman, Kim Schildkamp, Adrie Visscher
University of Twente, The Netherlands

 

A Users’ Perspective on the Use of a Digital Tool for Student Feedback About Teaching Quality for Teacher Development

Hannah Bijlsma, Adrie Visscher
University of Twente, The Netherlands

 

The Use of Self-Report Diaries and Video Stimulated Recall Interviews in Differentiation Behavior of Teachers: From the Perspective of Planned Behavior Theory

Alianne Bakker, Anke de Boer
University of Groningen, The Netherlands

 

Improving Primary School Teachers’ Differentiated Instruction: Effects of a Professional Development Trajectory

Marieke van Geel, Trynke Keuning
University of Twente, The Netherlands

S4f.P4.08.3PN: Symposium 4f
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

From Excluding to Including – Collaborative R&D Projects on Education for Marginalized Groups

Chair(s): Karin Hermansson (Ifous, Sweden)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Inclusive Education – What’s the Problem?

Lill Langelotz
University of Borås

 

Dilemmas in Transitions for Newly Arrived Students

Ulrika Jepson Wigg, Anna Ehrlin
Mälardalen University

 

Working for Social Justice Through Pedagogical Translanguaging in Adult Education for Immigrants in Sweden

Jenny Rosén, Berit Lundgren
Dalarna University

 

School Leaders and Teachers Ask Themselves: Why are the Results Declining Despite All Our Efforts?

Anette Jahnke, Åsa Hirsh
University of Gothenburg

S4g.P4.08.ELN: Symposium 4g
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 

"An International Perspective Exploring The Impact Of Leadership Practices On Students’ Growth And Achievement"

Chair(s): Tania Helen Leach (University of Southern Queensland, Australia), Lyn Sharratt (University of Toronto, Canada), Peter Kelly (Department of Education Queensland, Australia)

Discussant(s): Lyn Sharratt (University of Toronto, Canada)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

"Exploring The Leadership Practices That Enable System Wide Improvement"

Peter Kelly
Department of Education Queensland

 

Exploring School Leadership Practices That Enable All Students To Grow and Achieve."

Tania Leach1, Lyn Sharratt2
1Univeristy of Southern Queensland, Australia, 2University of Toronto, Canada

 

"Exploring How Strategy Is Translated Through The Executive, System And School Leadership Layers Of A System."

Tania Leach1, Lyn Sharratt2
1University of Southern Queensland, Australia, 2University of Toronto, Canada

W14.P4.08.3PN: Workshop 14
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Network Nordmoere - Together We Create The Future - Following Up Since ICSEI 2019

Astrid Mogstad Høivik1, Hilde Akselsen Andersen1, Marlen Faannessen2, Tore Skandsen3

1: Network Nordmoere, Norway; 2: KS Konsulent; 3: IMTEC

W15.P4.08.3PN: Workshop 15
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

Community, Engaging, Experiential Learning

Sherri-Lynne Pharand, Jane Lower

Lakehead District School Board, Canada

W16.P4.08.ELN: Workshop 16
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Closing the Gap: Reflecting on Ontario’s Success

Nadine Trépanier, Allyson Otten

OPC, Canada

W17.P4.08.PLN: Workshop 17
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
 

Building a Professional Learning Network from Scratch: Tips, Tools, and Insights

Danette Parsley1, Andy Hargreaves2, Dennis Shirley3

1: Marzano Research, United States of America; 2: Boston College & University of Ottawa; 3: Lynch School of Education, Boston College

W18.P4.08.ECN: Workshop 18
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Engagement in Learning: The Role of Play and Inquiry Across Two Continents

Jean Clinton1, Karima Ouerjani2, Hanane Moulay3

1: McMaster University, Canada; 2: 30 Juillet High School, Sidi Bennour, Morocco; 3: Al Yasmine Association for child protection - Nador, Morocco ENS Graduate, Rabat, Morocco

W19.P4.08.ELN: Workshop 19
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium
 

Learning To Live Democracy: Developing Democratic Schools In Germany

Silvia-Iris Beutel, Wilfried Kretschmer, Hans Anand Pant, Alexandra Marx

The German School Academy, Germany

 
7:00pm
-
11:00pm
Conference Dinner
Date: Thursday, 09/Jan/2020
8:00am
-
9:00am
Registration (Thursday, January 9th)
Location: Mogador Palace - Registration Desk
9:00am
-
10:30am
Extreme After Dinner Speakers' Club
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
11:00am
-
12:30pm
I8.P5.09: Innovate 8
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Reimaging The Role Of The Principal

Vicki Bell, Ian Davis, Paul Cazzulino

Catholic Education Services, Australia



11:30am - 12:00pm

Personal Learning Environment (PLE) as a Learning Community to Develop Teachers' Digital Competencies

Lucila Pérez, Sabina Arriaga, Dolores Zambrano

University Casa Grande, Ecuador



12:00pm - 12:30pm

Striving for Equity Through Metissage: Partnering in Education Transformation

Paige Fisher1, Leyton Schnellert2, Debbie Koehn1, Rod Allen4, Denise Augustine3

1: Vancouver Island University, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada; 3: British Columbia Ministry of Education; 4: School District # 57, Prince George, BC, Canada

I9.P5.09: Innovate 9
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Education on Common Ground

Dale Bruce Murray, Michelle Kelman- Murray

Edmund Rice Education Australia, Australia



11:30am - 12:00pm

The Role of School Leaders in Low-Fee Private Schools in the Global South

Poorvaja Prakash1, Paula Cordeiro2, Olanrewaju Oniyitan3

1: Global School Leaders, United States of America; 2: University of San Diego; 3: Sustainable Education and Enterprise Development



12:00pm - 12:30pm

Schools as Intentional Communities

Hatim Eltayeb

African Leadership Academy

ICSEI 2021 Auckland, New Zealand Showcase Session
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
Chair: Claire Sinnema
 

ICSEI 2021 Auckland, New Zealand Showcase Session

Claire Sinnema1, Jackie Talbot2, Melinda Webber1, Te Kawehau Hoskins1, Rachel Cann1, Christine Rubie-Davies1, Lorna Earl3, Camilla Highfield1, Chris Allen4, Rebecca Sweeney5

1: The University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2: Ministry of Education, New Zealand; 3: Lorna Earl and Associates, Canada; 4: Carmel College, New Zealand; 5: CORE Education, New Zealand

P31.P5.09.ELN: Paper Session 31
Location: Mogador Palace - Biblos Room
 

Preventing Employee Sexual Misconduct with Students

Charol Shakeshaft

Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America



Muslim Women’s Leadership Stories: Untold Narratives In Their Words

Tasneem Amatullah

State University of New York, United States of America



In Search For Equality - Through Gender Aware School Leadership

Eva Amundsdotter, Pia Skott

Stockholm university, Sweden

P32.P5.09.ELN: Paper Session 32
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

Beyond Technical Solutions: The Need for Critical Equity-Oriented Educational Leadership Theories

Carolyn M. Shields

Wayne State University, United States of America



School Principals' Leadership Styles and Technology Integration in Moroccan Public Schools

Nour-eddine Laouni, Ikbal Zeddari, Yamina El kirat El Allame

Mohammed V University in Rabat



School Leaders Investigating the Preconditions of School Development

Lena Kristina Karlberg

Karlstad university, Sweden



The Interaction of Tools and Routines: Illustrations for Leadership Coaching and other Assistive Relationship Designers

Shelby Cosner, Craig De Voto

University of Illinois at Chicago, United States of America

P33.P5.09.ELN: Paper Session 33
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

School Improvement At Scale: Professional Learning Communities As A Policy Panacea?

Jordana Hunter

University of Melbourne, Australia



Moving Beyond Internal Affairs - Sensemaking of Principals’ Leadership Practices in Collaboration for School Improvement

Susanne Sahlin

Mid Sweden University, Sweden



Building, Supporting, and Assuring Quality Professional Practice A Research Informed Provincial Policy for Teachers, Leaders and Superintendents

Jim Brandon, Sharon Friesen

University of Calgary, Canada



Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Education: Designing Networks to Transform Schools

Martin Scanlan

Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Boston College, United States of America

P34.P5.09.3PN: Paper Session 34
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

Collaboration - The Ubiquitous Panacea for Challenges in Education.

Paul Campbell

University of Glasgow, Scotland, U.K./ ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



We Own The School: A World Wide Network About "Ownership Of Learning"

Henk van Woudenberg, Erik Denessen

The WOTS Foundation, Netherlands, The



Education and Philanthropy in the Middle East and North Africa

Natasha Ridge, Susan Kippels, Elizabeth R. Bruce

Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research

P35.P5.09.3PN: Paper Session 35
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

Against The Odds – Academically Resilient Students With A Migrant Background And How They Succeed

Shona Margaret MacLeod1, Matthew Cutmore1, Vicki Donlevy1, Caitlin Spence1, Andrew Martin2, Rebecca Collie2

1: Ecorys UK, United Kingdom; 2: University of New South Wales



Multicultural Education Integration in Teacher Training programs: Towards Improving Education for Marginalized Groups

EL Mustapha Imouri

Mohamed V University, Morocco



Subsaharan Migrants' Education in Moroccan Public Schools and the Question of Integration: Hopes and Impediments

Hicham Chentoufi

Mohammed V University, Morocco

P36.P5.09.DUN: Paper Session 36
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

Factors Influencing The Sustainability Of A Data Use Intervention

Anna P.M. Tappel, Cindy L. Poortman, Kim Schildkamp, Adrie J. Visscher

University of Twente, Netherlands, The



The Unfulfilled Promise of Data Use for Equity: How Negative Data Cultures Perpetuate Deficit Thinking in Schools

Kara Lasater, Ed Bengtson, Waheeb Albiladi

University of Arkansas, United States of America



Making a Difference for Disadvantaged Learners: The Importance of Assessment.

Pauline Taylor-Guy1, Anne-Marie Chase1, David Edwards2

1: Australian Council For Educational Research, Australia; 2: Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Pennington, South Australia



Improving Girls Education In Rural Areas In Morocco

Aomar Ibourk1, Karim El Aynaoui2, Tayeb Ghazi3

1: Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco; 2: Mohammed VI Polytechnic University and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco; 3: Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco

P37.P5.09.MOR: Paper Session 37
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

Multimodal Representations in Effective Science Teaching Practices: An Important Criterion for the Inclusion of Students with Diverse Backgrounds

Liliane Dionne1, Natascia Petringa1, Christine Couture2, Lorraine Savoie-Zajc3

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: Université du Québec à Chicoutimi; 3: Université du Québec en Outaouais



The utility and validity of the Toddler Home Learning Environment (THLE) scale as an assessment tool in Early Childhood Education and Care

James Hall1, Kathy Sylva2, Pamela Sammons2, Rebecca Smees3, Maria Evangelou2, Teresa Smith2, George Smith2, Jenny Goff2

1: University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 2: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 3: University of Sussex, United Kingdom



Do Differences in Classroom Composition Provide Unequal Opportunities for Academic Learning and Social Participation of SEN Students in Inclusive Classes in Primary School?

Katja Scharenberg1, Wolfram Rollett1, Wilfried Bos2

1: University of Education Freiburg, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Germany

P38.P5.09.PLN: Paper Session 38
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

A Phenomenological Understanding of the Lived Experiences of Transgender Youth with Disabilities

Angela Ingram

American International School of Lusaka, Zambia



English Second Language Inclusion in Mathematics: The Role of Extra-Curricular Coding Lessons

Brandon Allan Dickson, Donna Kotsopoulos

Huron University, Canada



Pupil Voice, The Treasure In Our Very Own Backyards . Voices Of Pupils And Teachers In The Context Of Lesson Study

Anne Mette Færøyvik Karlsen, Stein Erik Ohna

University of Stavanger, Norway

P39.P5.09.PLN: Paper Session 39
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 

Self-Policing or Self-Improving?: Analysing Peer Reviews Between Schools in England Through the Lens of Isomorphism

Toby Michael Greany

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom



School Networking As a Strategy For Strengthening Self-evaluation: Lessons Learned

Mateja Brejc

National School for Leadership in Education, Slovenia



Leadership For Professional Learning As Practise In Periphery Schools

Sandra Johanna Lund

Mid Sweden University, Sweden

PO4.P5.09: Poster Session 4
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Flipped Micro-Lectures: More Enjoyable And Higher Performing Classrooms?

Léon olde Scholtenhuis

University of Twente, Netherlands, The



Beyond Educational Tracks: Unraveling Profiles of Political Engagement Among Flemish Students In Grade 12 Using HICLAS

Margo Vandenbroeck, Rianne Janssen

KU Leuven, Belgium



The Establishment And Development Of Kindergartens In Jordan

Mervat Haris

Consultant, Assessor and Train



Increasing Educators’ Cultural Intelligence to Improve Students’ Performance

Wilfred Beckford, Leke Ivo Jingwa, Keith Walker

University of Saskatchewan, Canada



Students’ Leadership in Elementary Schools

Wafa Muneer Almutairi

Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia



The Role of Citizenship Education in Empowering Moroccan Youth

Youness Tihm, Yamina El Kirat

Mohamed V University, Morocco



A Contrastive Analysis of Conditionals in English and Moroccan Arabic

ABDELHAKIM BOUBEKRI1, Khalid EL ASRI2

1: Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco, Morocco; 2: Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco, Morocco



Promoting Learners Critical Thinking Skills Through The Application of Discourse Analysis Tools

Hanae Chnani

IBN toufail university kenitra, Morocco



Empowering Middle School Students: Sparking interest in STEM Careers

Nahid Nariman1, Janet Chrispeels2

1: TIDES, United States of America; 2: TIDES, United States of America



Career Guidance Through Gamification and Experiential Learning

Magdalene Loh

Avid Adventures, Singapore

S5a.P5.09.3PN: Symposium 5a
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Learning To Be: Beyond “Knowledge Once And For All”

Chair(s): Dennis Shirley (Boston College, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Danette Parsley (Marzano Research)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Learning Who To Be, Together: An Empirical Study of Identity And Inclusion In Educational Reform

Andy Hargreaves
Boston College

 

Learning to Be A Future Leader: Learning from International Comparisons

Alma Harris1, Michelle Jones1, Huw Foster Evans2, Tergwin Ellis2, Gillian Hamilton3, Mary Nihill4
1Swansea University, 2NAEL, 3SCEL, 4Centre for School Leadership

 

Learning to Be: A Teacher's Perspective

Armand Doucet
Riverview High School

 

The Quest for Meaning and Purpose: Evidence from Ontario Education Reform

Dennis Shirley
Boston College

S5b.P5.09.3PN: Symposium 5b
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

Preparing For University Success: University Collaboration With Secondary Schools For Improving Connection, Teacher Professionalization And Curriculum Development

Chair(s): Pieter Boerman (University of Twente, Netherlands, The)

Discussant(s): Bart Van de Laar (University of Groningen)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Introduction: Bringing Together Three Perspectives: Policy, Organization and School Practice

Pieter Boerman
University of Twente

 

Perspective 1. EU-STEM-Coalition & National Policy: Rational & Vision

Beatrice Boots1, Pieter Boerman2
1Dutch Ministry of Education / Platform Talent for Technology, 2University of Twente

 

Perspective 2. Pre-U & Schools Network: Daily Practice and Research Orientation

Hanadie Leusink
University of Twente

 

Perspective 3. Pre-U and Schools: View Point And Experiences Of A School Leader / Partner School

Gitty Burema
Marianum College

S5c.P5.09.OTH: Symposium 5c
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
 

Civic Education and Youth Empowerment

Chair(s): Alissa Sumiko Irion-Groth (Center for Civic Education, United States of America)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Civic Education and Youth Empowerment: The Impact of We the People and Project Citizen

Diana Owen1, Alissa Irion-Groth2
1Georgetown University, 2Center for Civic Education

 

Youth Empowerment through Project Citizen

Elarbi Imad
Moroccan Center for Civic Education

 

Civic Education, Social Circus, and Youth Empowerment

Boubacar Tall
Sencirk

S5d.P5.09.DUN: Symposium 5d
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

How the Use of Different Type of Data – Qualitative, Mixed Methods, and Quantitative – Can Promote Educational Change?

Chair(s): Enikö Zala-Mezö (Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland)

Discussant(s): Heinrich Mintrop (UC Berkeley)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Evidence-based School Improvement in Research-Praxis Partnerships. Benefits and Challenges of Qualitative Reconstructive Data for Intervention Designs

Nina Bremm1, Kathrin Rachenbäumer2
1University of Duisburg-Essen, 2University of Siegen

 

Student Participation – Are there any Changes in Teacher Beliefs after Data Feedback?

Enikö Zala-Mezö, Julia Häbig, Daniela Müller-Kuhn, Nina-Cathrin Strauss
Zurich University of Teacher Education

 

Building Flourishing Organisational Cultures through Evidence-based Practice

Jenny Lewis1, Peter Hart2
1CCEAM, 2InSight SRC

 

Improving in Practice

José Hofman, Rob Fens, Miriam Berkhout
Stichting BOOR

S5e.P5.09.MOR: Symposium 5e
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

Collaboration Between the Global North and South: Addressing Youth Empowerment, Improving Educational Quality and Practice through Action Research.

Chair(s): Xiu Cravens (Vanderbilt University), Mohammed Elmeski (American Institute for Research), Sagen Taylor Eatwell (Vanderbilt University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Xiu Cravens (Vanderbilt University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

North-south Collaborations: Cross-cultural Learning and Empowering Youth through Sister City Programs

Houssnia Tiana1, Elianys Martinez Rodriguez2
1Ibn Abbad High School, 2Vanderbilt University

 

From Low Achievers to Students of Promise: A Case Study of Inclusive Teaching Practices During French and English Class at Moroccan High Schools

Karima Ouerjani1, Mouna Malek1, Sagen Eatwell2, Xie Shiwei2
130 Juillet High School, 2Vanderbilt University

 

Knowledge Economy in the Moroccan Academy

Hamid Moumine1, Shashank Poudel2, Minheui Kim2
1Moulay Youssef High School, 2Vanderbilt University

S5f.P5.09.OTH: Symposium 5f
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

Forms, Functions, and Effects of Caring in Schools Serving Marginalized Communities

Chair(s): Nina Bremm (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Discussant(s): Karen Seashore Louis (University of Minnesota)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Caring in a Tanzanian Context: A Case Study of the Forms and Roles of Caring in a Tanzanian Primary School

Kristeen Chachage
University of Minnesota

 

Educators’ Ways of Coping and Caring in a School Facing Adversity: The U.S. Context

Elizabeth Zumpe
University of California, Berkeley

 

Caring, Power, and the Emotional Architecture of School Life

Jeff Walls
Washington State University

 

Dismantling Deficit Thinking with Caring Leadership? Data from Germany

Esther Dominique Klein, Hanna Bronnert-Härle
University of Duisburg-Essen

S5g.P5.09.PLN: Symposium 5g
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 

Area-based Refom Networks Around the Globe.

Chair(s): Nina Bremm (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Discussant(s): Pierre Tulowitzki (PH Ludwigsburg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Area Based Reforms: A Theoretical Framework for how Area-based Approaches can Improve Children’s Outcomes. Findings from England.

Chris Brown
University of Portsmouth

 

Institutional Environments And How They Influence School Leaders’ Perspectives On Their Schools. Findings from Austria.

Livia Roessler
Universität Innsbruck

 

School-Community Networks for Widespread Pedagogical Change in Mexican Public Schools

Santiago Ricon-Gallardo
University of Toronto

 

Place-based reform in challenging circumstances. Perspectives from Scotland

Chris Chapman, Alison Drever, Kevin Lowden, Jennifer McLean
University of Glasgow

W20.P5.09.ELN: Workshop 20
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

The Importance of Critical Incidents for Teacher Professional Development

Taoufik Khotbi

University Mohamed-V- Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences Rabat

W21.P5.09.MOR: Workshop 21
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Education Equitable Pour Tout Enfant.

Armande Laure Pedtone Ntoukam

Réseau des Femmes Immigrées et Épouses (REFIME), Morocco

W22.P5.09.MOR: Workshop 22
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

Assessing Fidelity Measures for an Evidence Based Practice Designed to Improve Student Engagement in School

Maureen Hawes1, Carolyn Cherry2, Michael Sharpe3

1: University of Minnesota, United States of America; 2: Minnesota Department of Education; 3: Sigma Associates Incorporated

W23.P5.09.ELN: Workshop 23
Location: Mogador Palace - Pergola Room
 

Innovative Virtual Exchange Models to Internationalize Your Campus.

Manal Elattir

Stevens Initiative, Aspen Institute

W24.P5.09.PLN: Workshop 24
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
 

Seeking Positive Solutions... That Stick

Luciana Cardarelli, Jan Murphy

Catholic Principals' Council | Ontario, Canada

W25.P5.09.ELN: Workshop 25
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Reimagining Teacher Preparation: Current Issues and Innovative Directions

Marina Aleixo, Vichet Chhuon, Bhaskar Upadhyay, Nimo Abdi, Muhammad Khalifa, Christopher Johnstone

University of Minnesota, United States of America

 
12:30pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch Thursday
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
Keynote 3: Mme Aicha Bah Diallo, Former Minister of Education in Guinea and former Assistant Director General for Education in UNESCO
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Gender Equity and Youth Empowerment: Maximizing the Global South Demographic Dividend

Mme Aicha Bah Diallo

National, regional and international NGOs and Foundations

North South Spotlight Session
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 
3:00pm
-
3:30pm
Break 5
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
ICSEI Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
5:00pm
-
7:00pm
Masterclass 6: Statistical Analysis in Education and Social Sciences
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

Statistical Analysis in Education and Social Sciences

Kouider Mokhtari, Ali Ait Si Mhamed

The University of Texas at Tyler, United States of America

Masterclass 7: Strengthening Leadership Through a Discipline of Cohort Practice
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Strengthening Leadership Through a Discipline of Cohort Practice.

Mark Anthony Wolak, Gary Cohen, Lisa Snyder, Mark Larson

Board of School Superintendents (BOSS), United States of America

Masterclass 8: Social and Emotional Learning as the Cornerstone of Education for Refugees and Migrants - Karanga
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Social and Emotional Learning as the corner stonde of Education for Refugees and Migrants.

Dominic Regester

Karanga / Salzburg Global Seminar, Austria

5:30pm
-
6:30pm
ICSEI Network Meetings
Date: Friday, 10/Jan/2020
8:00am
-
9:00am
Registration (Friday, January 10th)
Location: Mogador Palace - Registration Desk
9:00am
-
9:45am
Keynote 4: Dr. Kouider Mokhtari, Anderson-Vukelja-Wright Endowed Chair, Literacy Education, The University of Texas at Tyler
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

The Global Imperative of Investing in Early Childhood Learning: Pathways to Educational Quality and Equity for Young Children Across the Globe

Kouider Mokhtari

The University of Texas at Tyler, United States of America

9:45am
-
10:30am
Debate
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
10:30am
-
11:00am
Break 6
11:00am
-
12:30pm
I10.P6.10: Innovate 10
Location: Mogador Palace - Pergola Room
 
11:00am - 11:30am

Children's Agency: Action Research Methodology In National And International School Improvement

Patricia Schuler1, Helene Elvstrand2

1: Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland; 2: Linköping University



11:30am - 12:00pm

Improvement and Innovation of the Moroccan Educational System through teachers’ Training

Yamina EL KIRAT EL ALLAME

Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco



12:00pm - 12:30pm

Une Recherche-Action Pour Prévenir La Violence Éducative Ordinaire En Milieu Scolaire

Brigitte-Marie El Andaloussi

ATFALE, Morocco

P40.P6.10.ELN: Paper Session 40
Location: Mogador Palace - Biblos Room
 

Teacher Leadership: Typical Constellations and their Impact for Training and Practice

Nina-Cathrin Strauss1,2

1: Zurich University of Teacher Education, Switzerland; 2: Freie University Berlin



The impact of Teacher Leadership on Teacher Efficacy

Samira Idelcadi

Hassan II University / Ministry of Education, Morocco



A Case of Positive Teacher-Leadership

Leke Ivo Jingwa, Wilfred Beckford, Keith Walker

University of Saskatchewan, Canada



The Impact of Quality Teacher Education on Student-Teacher Empowerment: The Case of ENS TESOL Program

Imane Nejjar1, Adil Azhar2, Abdesselam Ferrati3, Hamza Salih4, Samira Dlimi5, Malika Eddakhch6

1: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco; 2: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco; 3: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco; 4: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco; 5: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco; 6: University Mohammed 5 Rabat, Morocco

P41.P6.10.ELN: Paper Session 41
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

Interactions Between High School Teachers Of Language And Mathematics Departments: A Social Network Analysis For Visualization Of School Leadership For Improvement Processes

Juan Pablo Queupil1, Carmen Montecinos2

1: Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile; 2: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile



Exploring The Coherence Between The Different Regulatory Frameworks And Policies Towards School Leaders In Chile

Daniela Alejandra Figueroa Moya, Juan Pablo Valenzuela, Xavier Vanni

Advanced Research Center in Education, University of Chile, Chile



Assessing the Effectiveness of a Training Program in Leadership Quality Standards

Samira ElAtia, Elissa Corsi

The University of Alberta, Canada

P42.P6.10.ELN: Paper Session 42
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

Schools As Adhocracies: An Exploration Of Organisational Systems Promoting Inclusive Leadership in Irish Post-Primary Schools

Johanna Fitzgerald1, Joe Lynch2, Angela Martin2

1: Mary Immaculate College, Ireland; 2: Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board



Developing School Leadership that Ameliorate Cognitive Dissonance and Build Cross-Cultural Understanding with Newcomer Families

Janet Mola Okoko

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

P43.P6.10.3PN: Paper Session 43
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

From Paper to E-models: Implementing Formative E-assessment For Quality Education in Public Schools in Rwanda

Vincent Nyirigira1, Saidou Sireh Jallow2

1: Rwanda Education Board, Kigali, Rwanda; 2: UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya



School University Partnership in an Egyptian Context

Malak Zaalouk

The American University in Cairo, The Middle East Institute for Higher Education



Policy, Research, and Practice on Teacher Diversity in the United States

Jacob Easley II

Touro College, United States of America

P44.P6.10.3PN: Paper Session 44
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

The Role of Leadership for Collaboration across Private Schools In Dubai

Sonia Ben Jaafar1, Sarah Zantout2

1: EduEval Consultancy, UAE; 2: EduEval Consultancy, UAE



Young Female Faculty Members and their Relationships at Workplace with Superiors: Perceptions from Kazakhstan

Moldir Yelibay1,2

1: Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; 2: Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan



Al Tharwa Al Naema : Towards women's leadership development

Rania Sawalhi1, Ghiath Hawari2, Maen Altengi3

1: Qatar Univsrity, Qatar; 2: Eduenterprise; 3: Sabr



Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Educational Models: A Critical Review of the Catholic School Sector

Martin Scanlan

Lynch School of Education and Human Development, Boston College, United States of America

P45.P6.10.MOR: Paper Session 45
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

Approche Mixte Etendue à Base du S2P Learning Model Pour la Motivation des Apprenants

Salah Eddine Bahji1,2, Jamila El Alami1,3

1: Laboratory of Systems Analysis, Information Processing and Integrated Management (LASTIMI); 2: Mohammadia School of Engeneers-Rabat; 3: High School of Technology-Salé

P46.P6.10.PLN: Paper Session 46
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

Let’s Push Things Forward – Analyzing Resources being Shared via Twitter on (Educational) Policy Processes

Martin Rehm1, Alan J Daly2, Miguel del Frenso3, Peter Bjorklund2

1: University of Education Weingarten, Germany; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia



The Influence of a STEM Academy on Teacher Beliefs, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, and Frequency of Active Learning

Elizabeth Adams, Leanne Robyn Ketterlin Geller, Cassandra Hatfield

Southern Methodist University, United States of America



VET-Teachers Designing Classroom Assessment Strategies

Anne Berit Emstad1, Bård Knutsen2, Sissel Utgaard3

1: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 3: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Professional Standards and Teacher Professional Development: What’s New?

Maria A. Flores

University of Minho, Portugal

P47.P6.10.PLN: Paper Session 47
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

Professional Learning Networks in Spain: A Nascent Area for Greater Collaboration

Cecilia Azorín

University of Murcia, Spain



Learning to Theorize: Exploring Intellectual Growth within Community

Jennifer Kelly

University of British Columbia, Canada



Network For Social And Educational Equity: Shifting The Ownership Of Reform

Christopher James Chapman, Alison Drever, Stuart Hall, Kevin Lowden

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



School Networks and Collaborative Inquiry: Fostering Systemic Improvement in Challenging Contexts

Mauricio Pino Yancovic1, Luis Ahumada1, Alvaro González1, Christopher Chapman2

1: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Centro de Liderazgo para la Mejora Escolar, LIDERES EDUCATIVOS, Chile; 2: University of Glasgow, Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change, Scotland

P48.P6.10.OTH: Paper Session 48
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 

Increasing Engagement Through Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Hannah Paton

Ormiston Chadwick Academy, Teach First



Not Going To University: Examining Young People’s ‘Alternative’ Pathways Through Education And Training Towards Employment.

Ceryn Evans

Swansea University, United Kingdom



A Brief Literature Review Of The Pipeline From Secondary To U.S. Postsecondary Education Of International Students

Karina M. Viaud

UC San Diego, United States of America

PO5.P6.10: Poster Session 5
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Ctrl/Alt/Del: Resetting education in Morocco: The London Academy Casablanca Approach to 6 C’s and Social Emotional Learning.

Angela Marie Arigoni-Mesfioui

London Academy Casablanca, Morocco



Early Stages Of Developing An Online Community Of Practice?

Karen Birgitte Dille

NTNU, Norway



Stress Reduction for Educators

Patricia Alba Mulligan

California Polytechnic State University, United States of America



Using Pupil Attitudes to Learning and School Data for School Self-Evaluation

Thomas Perry

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom



Effective Leadership in Education: The New Challenges for the Moroccan School.

Abdelaaziz El Bakkali

SIDI MOHAMED BEN ABDULAH UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF LETTERS, FES, Morocco



Yes 4 Future

Mohammad Issa

Yes Theatre for Communication among Youth, Palestinian Territories



Community Schools In Morocco: Achievements And Challenges

Aomar Ibourk1, Karim El Aynaoui2

1: Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh and Policy Center for the New South, Morocco; 2: Policy Center for the New South, Morocco



Organizational Routines that Enable Data Richness – An Analysis of Successful Schools in Germany

Stefan Hahn2, Esther Dominique Klein1, Ruth Anna Hejtmanek1

1: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2: Institute for Educational Monitoring and Quality Development (IfBQ)

R3a.P6.10: Roundtable 3a
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Silent Exit: Why Do Passionate Teachers Leave?

Alaa Adel Abdel Ghaffar

The American University in Cairo, Egypt



Teach For Morocco & Collective Leadership

Mohamed El Idrissi

Teach For Morocco, Morocco

R3b.P6.10: Roundtable 3b
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Revision of Textbooks and Curricula in North Africa and the Middle East- Part 2

Riem Spielhaus1, Sami Adwan2, Mahmoud Haggag3, Hadeel El-Sayed4

1: Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research; 2: Hebron University; 3: Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; 4: Qatar Foundation

R3c.P6.10: Roundtable 3c
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Reconceptualizing Citizenship, Multiculturalism, and National identity: How Teachers Prepare Students for Citizenship

Emma Ghosn

University of Toronto, Canada



A Study Of Children’s Experiences Of Unconventional Transition Into A British International School In Belgium: Perspectives Of Students, Parents And Teachers In The First Year

Clair Draper, Esther Haney

British School of Brussels, Belgium

R3d.P6.10: Roundtable 3d
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Knowledge Mobilization Partnerships as a Means to Co-construct Knowledge for Practice

Nadine Trépanier1, Allyson Otten1, Katina Pollock2, Karen Edge3

1: OPC, Canada; 2: University of Western Ontario, Canada; 3: UCL Institute of Education, London, UK

S6a.P6.10.3PN: Symposium 6a
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Inclusion, Equity, Diversity & System change

Chair(s): Andrew Hargreaves (Boston College & University of Ottawa Canada)

Discussant(s): Allison Skerrett (University of Austin, Texas, USA)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Promoting Inclusion and Equity in Education: A Global Challenge

Mel Ainscow
University of Manchester

 

Inclusive Education and Educational Change Strategy in Finland

Raisa Ahtiainen
Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland,

 

A Policy Perspective of What Does and Should Happen When Taking Senior Policy Experience from One Jurisdiction and Moving to Senior Responsibility in Another.

Cathy Montreuil
Deputy Minister, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

 

Inclusion and Equity in Education: Teachers, Tensions and Triumphs

Trista Hollweck, Jessica Whitley
University of Ottawa

S6b.P6.10.3PN: Symposium 6b
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

Developing Teacher Learning and Leadership for School and System Improvement: Evidence and Lessons for Researchers, Policy Makers and Practitioners

Chair(s): Carol Campbell (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada)

Discussant(s): Dennis Shirley (Boston College)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Ontario’s Teacher Learning and Leadership Program: Results from Teachers’ Self-Directed Professional Learning and Knowledge Exchange for School and System Improvement

Carol Campbell1, Ann Lieberman2, Anna Yashkina1
1Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2Stanford University

 

Developing Leadership and Learning through Sharing Across Schools and Countries: Ontario’s Experiences of the Norway-Canada (NORCAN) Partnership

Carol Campbell, Sharon Alexander
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto

 

Teacher Learning and Leadership in Ontario: Lessons Learned for Policy Makers, Researchers and Practitioners

Lindy Amato
Ontario Teachers' Federation

S6c.P6.10: Symposium 6c
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
S6d.P6.10.ELN: Symposium 6d
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

The Effect of Organizational Culture, Leadership Style, and Total Quality Management on Organizational Effectiveness in Moroccan Higher Education”

Chair(s): Jaouad Benguit (SIDI Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fès, Faculty of Human Sciences.)

Discussant(s): Jaouad Benguit (SIDI Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fès, Faculty of Human Sciences.)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Effect of Organizational Culture, Leadership Style, and Total Quality Management on Organizational Effectiveness in Moroccan Higher Education”

Jaouad Benguit
SiDI Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fès, Faculty of Human Sciences.

 

The Effect of Organizational Culture, Leadership Style, and Total Quality Management on Organizational Effectiveness in Moroccan Higher Education”

Jaouad Benguit
SidiI Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fès, Faculty of Human Sciences.

 

The Effect of Organizational Culture, Leadership Style, and Total Quality Management on Organizational Effectiveness in Moroccan Higher Education”

Jaouad Benguit
Sidi I Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Fès, Faculty of Human Sciences.

S6e.P6.10.MOR: Symposium 6e
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

L’Objet D’Enseignement Dans Les Lesson Studies : Alibi Ou Cœur Du Dispositif ?

Chair(s): Julien Buchard (Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud, Switzerland)

Discussant(s): Julien Buchard (Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud, Switzerland)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Développer Des Activités Plurilingues Pour La Classe De Langues Etrangères Sur La Base De L’Approche Lesson Study : Créer, Tester, Améliorer

Rosanna Margonis-Pasinetti
Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud, Switzerland

 

Se Former A L’Evaluation Et La Régulation Des Apprentissages A Travers La Lesson Study

Julien Buchard
Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud, Switzerland

 

La Lesson Study Pour S’Approprier Le Nouveau Plan D’Etudes : Une Entrée Par L’Evaluation

Béatrice Rogéré-Pignolet
Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud, Switzerland

S6f.P6.10.ELN: Symposium 6f
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

Beyond Instructional Practice: The Many Facets of Leadership for Learning, Part 1

Chair(s): Michael Schratz (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

Discussant(s): Nina Bremm (University of Duisburg-Essen)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Foundations of Leadership for Learning

Karen Seashore Louis
University of Minnesota

 

The Facets of Leadership Model

Markus Ammann1, Niels Anderegg2, Michael Schratz1
1University of Innsbruck, 2University of Education, Zurich

 

Does language matter?

John MacBeath
University of Cambridge

S6g.P6.10.PLN: Symposium 6g
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 

Changing Outcomes For Learners Through Networks of Inquiry – A Set Of International Perspectives

Chair(s): Judy Halbert (NOIIE, Canada), Linda Kaser (NOIIE Canada)

Discussant(s): Louise Stoll (Institute of Education, University College, London)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Building Learner Agency and Changing Outcomes in the Whole Education Network

Rosie Leonard Kane
Whole Education Network

 

Deepening Professional Learning Through Networked Inquiry in New South Wales

Natalie Mansour1, David Martin2
1New South Wales Department of Education, 2New South Wales Depertment of Education

 

Spirals of Inquiry - Bringing Meaning to Work in Swedish Schools and Municipalities

Lillemor Rehnberg
Spirals of Inquiry, Sweden

 

“Xarxes per al canvi” - Networks for Change in Barcelona

Begonya Folch Martinez
Consorci d'Educacio de Barcelona

W26.P6.10.ELN: Workshop 26
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Empowerment In a Scottish Context – School Leaders as Part of the Collective Leadership of the System, As Well As Leaders Within Their Own Organisation.

Gordon Shannon Bone

Education Scotland, United Kingdom

W27.P6.10.3PN: Workshop 27
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Developing Professional Learning Communities across Morocco

Mohammed Elmeski1, Elarbi Imad2, Dorothy Andrews3, Joan Conway4, Jenny Lewis5

1: Moroccan Center for Civic Education; 2: Moroccan Center for Civic Education; 3: University of Southern Queensland; 4: University of Southern Queensland; 5: Commonwealth Consortium for Education

W28.P6.10.OTH: Workshop 28
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
W29.P6.10.3PN: Workshop 29
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
 

A Shared Framework For Mathematics Education: creating a system for dynamic knowledge mapping

Lucy Rycroft-Smith

Cambridge University, United Kingdom

W30.P6.10.ELN: Workshop 30
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Equal opportunities in diverse classrooms The Transformative School Method for schools in an urban context

Jeroen Bos1, Iliass El Hadioui2

1: Rijswijks Lyceum & Van Vredenburch College, Netherlands, The; 2: EUR, VU (Amsterdam),Dutch Council of Education

W31.P6.10.PLN: Workshop 31
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 

Transforming Learning Environments through Inquiry-based Learning

Silvana Reda

Caravan Learning Consultants, Canada

   
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch Friday
1:30pm
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3:00pm
P49.P7.10.ELN: Paper Session 49
Location: Mogador Palace - Biblos Room
 

Why Open Educational Resources are Essential for Supporting UNESCO Strategic Development Goal 4: Education for All

Rory McGreal

Athabasca University, Canada



Educational Change Through a Lens of Caring Leadership

Jisu Ryu, Jeff Walls, Karen Seashore

University of Minnesota, United States of America

P50.P7.10.ELN: Paper Session 50
Location: Mogador Palace - Volubilos Room
 

Youth Empowerment and School Tracking

Talmor Rachel Farchi, Dorit Tubin

Ben Gurion University, Israel



Promoting Educational Change: A Case Study Of Student Leadership

Patricia Marybelle Davies

Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia



Peer-led Focus Groups as ‘Dialogic Spaces’ for Exploring Young People’s Emergent Values

Natalie Djohari1, Rupert John Higham2

1: Goldsmiths College, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: UCL Institute of Education, United Kingdom



Capturing the Zeitgeist of Curriculum and Pedagogy

Glenn Hanna, Leah Murdock

University of Guelph-Humber, Canada

P51.P7.10.ELN: Paper Session 51
Location: Mogador Palace - Kheops Room
 

Rethinking School Effectiveness Research for the needs of the Future Schools: Making Schools ‘Outstanding’

Sadik Madani Alaoui, Riham Belkbir

SIDI MOHAMED BEN ABDELLAH UNIVERSITY, Morocco



School Leadership In Intercultural Schools In Cyprus

Christina Hajisoteriou, Panayiotis Angelides

University of Nicosia, Cyprus



Creating Conditions for Inclusive Education in Mainstream Public Schools

Rita Kasa, Janet Helmer, Michelle Somerton, Daniel Hernandez Torrano, Michael Tsediso Makoelle

Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, Kazakhstan



Social Geographies of Educational Leadership: Exploring Social Structure and Influence in Social Media

Alan Daly1, Miguel del Fresno2, Martin Rehm3, Yi-Hwa Liou4

1: University of California, San Diego, United States of America; 2: UNED; 3: PH Weingarten; 4: National Taipei University of Education



Principal Work/lives: Global, National-, and State-level School Leader Association Work to Address Principal Well-being, Work-life balance, Recruitment and Retention

Karen E Edge1, Allyson Otten2, Katina Pollock3, Nadine Trepannier-Bisson2

1: UCL Institute of Education, United Kingdom; 2: Ontario Principals' Council; 3: Western University

P52.P7.10.3PN: Paper Session 52
Location: Mogador Palace - Zilis Room
 

Situated Learning, Contextual Differences: Exploring Instructional Implications In A Graduate Course On School Effectiveness And Development At An Elite Private University In A Developing World Context

Gulab Khan, Hasham Nasir

Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan



Preparing K-5 Teachers to Integrate the Computer Science Standards of Learning in Inclusive Classrooms to Support Students with High Incidence Disabilities

Amy Hutchison, Jamie Colwell

George Mason University, United States of America



Supporting School Self-evaluation. The Contribution of the Computer-aided Analysis of Texts.

Monica Perazzolo1, Donatella Poliandri1, Isabella Quadrelli2

1: INVALSI, Italy; 2: Urbino University, Italy



Father Involvement and Education in the Middle East

Soohyun Jeon, Natasha Ridge

Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, United Arab Emirates

P53.P7.10.3PN: Paper Session 53
Location: Mogador Palace - Ichbilia Room
 

Moroccan Higher Education and Global Competitiveness

Abdelaziz Kesbi

UNiversity Hassan II Casablanca Faculty of Human Sciences Mohammedia, Morocco, Morocco



Exploring the Introduction and Implementation of a National Accreditation Framework for Professional Learning in Wales: Implications for Policy and Practice

Michelle Jones1, Helen Lewis1, Alexandra Morgan2, Emmajane Milton2, Andrew James Davies3, Cecilia Hanningan-Davies4, John Luker5, Anna Brychan6, Mattew Hutt7, Kelly Smith5, Peredur Williams8

1: Swansea University, United Kingdom; 2: Cardiff University, United Kingdom; 3: Aberystwyth University United Kingdom; 4: Cardiff Metropolitan University United Kingdom; 5: Wrexham Glyndwr University; 6: University of Wales Trinity St Davids United Kingdom; 7: University of South Wales; 8: Bangpr University, United Kingdom



Learning to Care for Young Arabic-speaking Students: Preliminary Findings from the Study of Adolescent Lives after Migration to America (SALaMA)

Lindsay Stark1, Cyril Bennouna2, Ilana Seff3, Mike Wessells3, Carine Allaf4

1: Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America; 2: Brown University; 3: Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health; 4: Qatar Foundation International



English Language Proficiency in Wales: Development Over Time and Relationhip to Achievement

Ariel Lindorff, Steve Strand

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

P54.P7.10.MOR: Paper Session 54
Location: Mogador Palace - Oudaya Room
 

"School is Beautiful On Sunday: People Make a Difference. A Case Study in Marrakech, Morocco"

Abdellatif Laklida

Centre Regional des Metiers de L'enseignement et F, Morocco



Who Participates in Specific Extracurricular Activities in German “All-Day Schools”?

Wolfram Rollett1, Karin Lossen2, Heinz-Günter Holtappels2, Katja Tillmann2

1: University of Education Freiburg, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University

P55.P7.10.PLN: Paper Session 55
Location: Mogador Palace - Cordoba Room
 

Universities and Schools Working Together: Coordination in Place and Around Problem

Louis M Gomez1, Manuelito Biag2, David Imig3

1: UCLA & Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching , United States of America; 2: Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching; 3: University of Maryland & Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching



How Educational Publishers Are Engaging With Contemporary Educational Research And One Example: The Oxford Impact Initiative From Oxford University Press

Penelope Jane Woolf1, James Hall2

1: Oxford University Press, United Kingdom; 2: University of Southampton, United Kingdom



Policy Education in German Schools and Universities – an Empirical Exploration

Elisabeth Franzmann, Nils Berkemeyer

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany



Exploring the ways in which School Leaders in England and Germany Improve Teaching And Learning Through Professional Learning Networks

Chris Brown

University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

P56.P7.10.DUN: Paper Session 56
Location: Mogador Palace - Banasa Room
 

Assessment of Educational Research Literacy in Higher Education. Development and validation of a Competence Test

Jana Groß Ophoff

University Tuebingen, Germany



Italian Teachers Use of Results from Large-Scale Assessment on Student Learning and Data Literacy

Michela Freddano1, Serafina Pastore2

1: National Institute for the Evaluation of Educational System of Instruction and Training, Italy; 2: University of Bari, Italy

P57.P7.10.OTH: Paper Session 57
Location: Mogador Palace - Majorel Room
 

Cognitive and Affective Determinants of Teachers’ Feedback Acceptance During a School Inspection Visit

Amy Quintelier, Jan Vanhoof, Sven De Maeyer

Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium



School Development by Stimulating School Staff’s ‘Communicative Action’

Stefanie A. Hillen

University of Agder, Department of Education, Norway



Knowledge And Authority In Pedagogic Leadership Interaction.

Ingrid Stenoien, Anne Berit Emstad

Norwegian University og Technology and Science, Norway

PO6.P7.10: Poster Session 6
Location: Mogador Palace - Mogadorium Hall
 

Navigating dilemmas in "going gradeless": experiences of teachers in Ontario, Canada

Theresa E Whitmell

Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, Canada



Matching Education and Labour Market Needs Through Systematic Improvement of National Occupational and Qualification Frameworks

Josip Burusic, Marija Sakic Velic, Maja Ribar

Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia



The Netherlands And Botswana Co Teaching Experience

Judith Sara van Biemen, Peter Hofstra

Maris College, Netherlands, The



Magnifying Professional Development Efforts and Innovative Practices as Correlates of Instructional Leadership Skills of Public Elementary School Principals: A Cconcurrent Parallel Approach

Elizabeth Garay Ayag

Department of Education, Philippines



Narrative Constellation of Participant Voices on Vocational Secondary Education in China – Structure and Agency in Educational Decision-Making

Jing Shi, Venesser Fernandes

Monash University, Australia



Leadership Practices and School-Community Interrelationships: A Case Study from Primary Schools in the Rural Commune of Wadka, Morocco

Chair(s): Abderrahim El Karfa (Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco), Abderrahim El Karfa (Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco)

Discussant(s): Abderrahim El Karfa (Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Leadership Practices and School-Community Interrelationships: A Case Study from Primary Schools in the Rural Commune of Wadka, Morocco

Abderrahim EL KARFA, Abderrahim EL KARFA
Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University

 

Leadership Practices and School-Community Interrelationships: A Case Study from Primary Schools in the Rural Commune of Wadka, Morocco

Abderrahim EL KARFA, Abderrahim EL KARFA
Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University

 

Leadership Practices and School-Community Interrelationships: A Case Study from Primary Schools in the Rural Commune of Wadka, Morocco

Abderrahim EL KARFA, Abderrahim EL KARFA
Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University



The Scandinavian Legacy of Resisting Grading and Standardized Testing

Sverre Tveit1, Lise Vikan Sandvik2, Henning Fjørtoft2

1: University of Agder, Norway; 2: NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

R5a.P7.10: Roundtable 5a
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Learning in Today´s Global Community

Linda Sikström1, Daniel Prsa2, Eva Hallberg3

1: Department of Education, Malmö, Sweden; 2: Department of Education, Malmö, Sweden; 3: Department of Education, Malmö, Sweden



Education And Youth Empowerment: sharing standards across the United Kingdom to improve outcomes for young people.

Marion Allison1, Christine Smith2, Abbee McLatchie3

1: CLD Standards Council, United Kingdom; 2: University of Hull, United Kingdom; 3: National Youth Agency, United Kingdom

R5b.P7.10: Roundtable 5b
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
 

Competing Visions of Civic learning and Youth Engagement: Navigating the Rough Seas of Civic Education Reform

Charles Stitham White1, Nimisoere Walson-Jack2, Boubacar Tall3,4, Imad El Arbi5

1: Social Science Education Consortium, United States of America; 2: Nigerian Bar Association; 3: SENCIRK; 4: Civitas Senegal; 5: Morocco Center for Civic Education

R5c.P7.10: Roundtable 5c
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 1
R6a.P7.10: Roundtable 6a
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 

Challenges and Avenues to Early Grade Literacy Instruction in Morocco

Abdellah Chekayri1, Mohammed Dahbi1, Ahlam Elmoutez2, My Mustapha El Alaoui Faris2, Khalid Mouna3, Zhour Bouzidi3

1: Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco; 2: University Mohammed V, Faculté de médecine et de pharmacie de Rabat, Morocco; 3: University Moulay Ismail in Meknes, Morocco

R6b.P7.10: Roundtable 6b
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
 

Educational Reform and Teachers Training in the Era of Global Economy.

Ali Alalou

University of Delaware, Newark, United States of America



Teaming: Collaboration to Improve Outcomes for Norwegian Learners

Beverley Freedman1, Ann-Kariin Iversen2

1: ESC, Canada, OISE/UToronto; 2: Advisor KS Buskerud, Telemark and Vestfold

R6c.P7.10: Roundtable 6c
Location: Mogador Palace - Tea Room 2
S7a.P7.10.3PN: Symposium 7a
Location: Mogador Palace - Ourika Room
 

Beyond Well-being: New International Research Findings

Chair(s): Alma Harris (Swansea University)

Discussant(s): Alma Harris (Swansea University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Mapping Divergent Approaches to Whole Person Education

Stanton Wortham, Deoksoon Kim
Boston College

 

Education for the Whole Person? A Possibility for the Modern East Asian Context

Duck-Joo Kwak
Seoul National University

 

Reinventing Schooling: Towards a Learning-Oriented Definition of Wellbeing

Santiago Rincón-Gallardo
Freelance Consultant

 

Beyond Well-being: New Directions for Educational Change

Dennis Shirley
Boston College

S7b.P7.10.MOR: Symposium 7b
Location: Mogador Palace - Andalous Room
 

Transfer, Implementation, And Effects Of An Evidence Based Whole School Reform Program To Combat Educational Disadvantages In Primary Schools - The Case Of Success For All In The Netherlands

Chair(s): Roel Bosker (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands, The)

Discussant(s): Daniel Muijs (OFSTED)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Implementation of Success for All in the Netherlands

Marijke Mullender-Wijnsma1, Mechteld van Kuijk2, Emmelien van der Scheer1, Ginette Perdok1
1Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2Hanzehogeschool Groningen

 

Inclusive Education at SfA-schools in the United States and the Netherlands: Multiple Case Studies

Mariette Hingstman1, Simone Doolaard1, Roel Bosker2
1Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2Rijksuniversiteir Groningen

 

Cooperative Learning Effects on Group Work Behaviour of Young Children

Marij Veldman, Simone Doolaard, Tom Snijders, Roel Bosker
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

 

The Effects of Success for All on Language and Math Proficiency

Roel Bosker1, Marijke Mullender-Wijnsma1, Mechteld van Kuijk2, Hester de Boer1, Emmelien van der Scheer1
1Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2Hanzehogeschool Groningen

S7c.P7.10.OTH: Symposium 7c
Location: Mogador Palace - Lixus Room
 

Rising To The Challenges Of Measurement-based Improvement Of Teaching Quality

Chair(s): Michelle Helms-Lorenz (University of Groningen, Netherlands, The)

Discussant(s): Leonidas Kyriakides (University of Cyprus)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Challenges Of Measurement-based Teacher Improvement

Michelle Helms-Lorenz1, Adrie Visscher2
1University of Groningen, 2University of Twente

 

A Large-Scale Intervention Aiming To Improve Teaching Quality Of Beginning Teachers

Michelle Helms-Lorenz, Peter Moorer, Marieke van der Pers, Ridwan Maulana
University of Groningen

 

Improving Differentiated Instruction By Means Of Cognitive Feedback

Marieke van Geel, Trynke Keuning
University of Twente

S7d.P7.10.ELN: Symposium 7d
Location: Mogador Palace - Gharnata Room
 

School Leadership Between Sustainability and Rapid Change – International Perspectives on the Role of Institutional Logics

Chair(s): Elizabeth Farley-Ripple (University of Delaware)

Discussant(s): Sarah Woulfin (University of Connecticut)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How School Leaders Actually Use School Autonomy

Annemarie Neeleman
Maastricht University

 

Why Is It So Hard to Change? Evolved School Culture and How It Affects Reforms of the Principal Role

Esther Dominique Klein, Hanna Bronnert-Härle
University of Duisburg-Essen

 

Test-based School Reform in Germany from an Institutional and Organizational Perspective

Barbara Muslic
Free University of Berlin

 

Leadership as a Responsive Act

Livia Anna Julia Roessler
University of Innsbruck

S7e.P7.10.ECN: Symposium 7e
Location: Mogador Palace - Shallah Room
 

I Have Magic in My Mouf!”: Racialized Translanguaging Practices of Emergent Multilinguals in a Spanish-English Dual-Language Program

Chair(s): Eurydice Bouchereau Bauer (University of South Carolina, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Patriann Smith (University of Southern Florida)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Introduction, Theoretical Framework, and Methods

Lenny Sanchez
University of South Carolina

 

Findings

Eurydice Bauer
University of South Carolina

 

Discussion and Conclusion

Patriann Smith
University of Southern Florida

S7f.P7.10.3PN: Symposium 7f
Location: Mogador Palace - Luxor Room
 

Pracademics: Exploring the Tensions and Opportunities of Boundary-Spanners who Straddle the Worlds of Academia and Practice.

Chair(s): Trista Hollweck (University of Ottawa, Canada)

Discussant(s): Danette Parsley (Marzano Research)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Rigour or Relevance: Do Pracademics Hold the Key to this Long-Standing Debate?

Trista Hollweck
University of Ottawa

 

The Pracademic in Education: a Conflict of Identity or a New Professional Sphere?

Paul Campbell
ESF Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong/ University of Glasgow

 

Engaging in Knowledge Production as a Pracademic: Realities and Possibilities at the Nexus of Education Research and Practice

Deborah Netolicky
St Mark's Anglican Community School/ Murdoch University

 

Pracademia: Creating Inquiry Spaces for Pedagogical Meaning-Making

Leyton Schnellert
University of British Columbia)

S7g.P7.10.ELN: Symposium 7g
Location: Mogador Palace - Saba Room
 

Instructional Leadership and Leadership for Learning in Schools: Understanding Theories of Leading

Chair(s): Tony Townsend (Griffith University, Australia)

Discussant(s): Tony Townsend (Griffith University, Australia)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Leading Learning In Schools In Challenging Times: Findings From Research In Portugal

Maria Flores
University of Minho, Portugal

 

Leadership For Learning

John MacBeath
University of Cambridge

 

Principals As Literacy Leaders (PALL): Leading Learning By Improving Instructional Practices In Australia

Anne Bayetto1, Tony Townsend2
1Flinders University, Australia, 2Griffith University, Australia

 

Leading Place-based Interventions To Improve Outcomes In Low Socio-economic Settings

Chris Chapman
University of Glasgow

W32.P7.10.ELN: Workshop 32
Location: Mogador Palace - Coliseum
 

Integrating Personal Motivation Development And Support Within Professional Development

Veronique Genniker

Pearson South Africa, South Africa

W33.P7.10.3PN: Workshop 33
Location: Mogador Palace - Olympia Room
 

Exploring The Role Of NGOs In Policy, Advocacy, And Public Engagement

Eloise Tan1, Annie Kidder1, Amanda Cooper2, Stephen Macgregor2

1: People for Education, Canada; 2: Queen's University

W34.P7.10.ELN: Workshop 34
Location: Mogador Palace - Anfa Tent
 

Youth Empowerment Through The Arts

Kyna Nokomis Elliott

The Walker School

W35.P7.10.ELN: Workshop 35
Location: Mogador Palace - AltasTent
 

Leadership for Coherence: Coherence in Action

Sarah Putnam

The American School of Tangier, Morocco

W36.P7.10.ELN: Workshop 36
Location: Mogador Palace - SaharaTent
 

A Global Exploration of Educational Equity

Teimosa Martin1, Adofo Muhammad2, Micia Mosley3, Azad Oommen4, Vishnu Karki5

1: The Achievement Network, United States of America; 2: NYC Board of Education; 3: The Black Teacher Project; 4: Global School Leaders; 5: PACTAM2

   
3:00pm
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3:30pm
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Closing Ceremony

 
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