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【Call for Papers】SEED Biennial Conference Published:2019-07-22 09:57:07  Views:10


Holding HandsFamily, Childcare, and Community Efforts toSupport Child Development

Families, childcare centres, and communities create the primary social-cultural arena for young children’s development. It is crucial for parents, teachers, and other educational practitioners to achieve a sense of shared responsibility and a common vision, which can establish a strong cornerstone for the provision of quality education and care. The SEED (Study of Early Education and Development) conference theme, Holding Hands: Family, Childcare, and Community Efforts to Support Child Development, aims to shed light on the important roles of family, childcare, and community in early childhood education and development. Academics, researchers, and practitioners in early childhood education and development from around the world are warmly invited to participate in this international conference at Beijing Normal University. The conference provides an international forum for professionals to explore and exchange ideas, making joint efforts to support child development.

Conference Information

Organiser

Institute (Department) of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University

Beijing Normal University Publishing Group

Date

23 to 26 November 2019

Location

Beijing Normal University

19 Xinjiekouwai Avenue

Haidian District

Beijing, China


Key Strands

The conference will be organised into six key strands as below, linked broadly to research, policy, and practice in early childhood education and development.

1. Child development from a multidisciplinary perspective

2. Family-childcare-community cooperation networks

3. Early childhood education policy and practice

4. Professional learning and teacher preparation

5. Pathway to high quality: Assessment in early childhood education

6. Curriculum design and guidance in early childhood education


Keynote Speakers


Patricia Snyder

      Professor in Special Education and Early Childhood Studies; David Lawrence Jr. Endowed Chair in Early Childhood Studies; director of the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies

      University of Florida, USA

      Expertiseassessment for 0-3-year children’s development and education; interdisciplinary early intervention


Wolfgang Tietze

      Professor Emeritus; former director of the Early Childhood Education section of the Department of Education and Psychologymanaging director of PädQuis

      Free University of Berlin, Germany

      Expertise: quality assurance in day care centersearly childhood developmenteducation and training of educators


Hui Li

      Professor in Early Childhood; co-editor of the ​Journal of Research in Childhood Education, the associate editor of Early Education and Development, and the editorial board member of five international research journals in ECE

      Macquarie University, Australia

      Expertise: developmental cognitive neuroscience developmental psycholinguisticsearly Chinese literacyearly childhood curriculum and pedagogyeducational policy

 


Brenda Taggart

      Senior Research Officer; Principal Investigator/Research Coordinator for the Effective Pre-school, Primary and Secondary Education (EPPSE) Project

      UCL Institute of Education, UK

      Expertisebenefits of early years educationquality and effective pedagogy


Ole Hansen

      Senior Advisor; Principal Investigator for the Program for Learning Management - Day Care

      Aalborg University, Denmark

      Expertisecommunity education and child development; learning environment; e-learning; classroom interaction


Mugyeong Moon

      The Director of Centre for ECEC Policy for Future and Vision, Korea Institute of Child Care and Education the vice chair and the national coordinator for the OECD Early Childhood Education and Care Network Project

      Korea Institute of Child Care and Education, Korea

      Expertiseearly childhood policy, multicultural education, teacher education and curriculum development

 


Atsushi Nanakida

      Professor in Education; Director of Research Institute of Early Childhood Education

      Hiroshima University, Japan

      Expertiseyoung children’s development; child rearing; children with special needs

 

Paper Submission

A paper submission is an individual paper to be presented in a presentation or poster session. All papers will be placed within one of the six academic strands listed above. The minimum length should be 2000 words in English or Chinese. High-quality papers may be included in special issues for International and Chinese journals.

 

Please note that this Call for Papers only applies to those who plan to submit papers for a presentation or poster session. We will send another conference notice on 15 October for attendance without submission.

 

The first page of the paper should include the following information:

      Title of Paper

      Full name(s) of author(s) and institutional affiliation

      Email of corresponding author

      Submission for presentation or poster

      Strand selected

 

 

Paper should cover:

      Abstract

      Research background

      Research questions and/or aims

      Methods

      Results

      Directions for future research and/or implications

      References

Please submit paper by email to bnuece@bnu.edu.cn using the subject heading 'SEED 2019 abstract'.

 

Important Dates

20 September 2019

Deadline for receipt of submission

 

10 October 2019

Formal confirmation of selected papers

 

Conference Fees

Full conference fee: 1200 RMB

Full-time student: 600 RMB

Conference fees do not include the costs of travel, accommodation, or meals.

Payment method (choose one of the following ways):

      Use the payment platform of Beijing Normal University (closed on 19 November 2019): http://wszf.bnu.edu.cn/publish/

      Bank transfer (closed on 21 November 2019): 北京师范大学,中国银行北京文慧园支行,340256015272

      Pay by card on site; cash is not accepted

Please send email confirmation to bnuece@bnu.edu.cn using the subject heading SEED + name + amount + need INVOICE or notafter the payment.

Registration is limited to 350 people; the confirmation of registration is based on successful payment.

 

Schedule (TBC)

Time

Content

23 November

Whole day

Registration

24 November

Morning

Opening ceremony

Keynote speech

Afternoon

Keynote speech

25 November

Morning

Kindergarten visiting

Afternoon

Presentation and poster sessions

26 November

Morning

Keynote speech

Closing ceremony

Afternoon

Departure

 

Contact

bnuece@bnu.edu.cn

 

Institute (Department) of Early Childhood Education

Beijing Normal University Publishing Group

22 July 2019


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