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One Voice International Conference and Forum NJ May 2010

Added by onevoice on 2010-05-01

Conference Dates:

Start Date Start Date: 2010-05-22
Last Date Last Day: 2010-05-22
Deadline for abstracts/proposals Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 2010-05-15

Conference Contact Info:

Contact Person Contact Person: Rosanna Pittella
Email Email: customerservice@elementalethics.com
Address Address: One Ocean Boulevard, Long Branch, NJ, 07740, United States
Phone Tel: 267-287-8357
Phone Fax: 215-948-3398

Conference Description:

This event is a rich opportunity for educators from all over the world to meet to share their work, their experiences, unite their voices to identify and address significant problems and issues in education, and define practical solutions for them. The conference will include concurrent sessions, educational leadership council brainstorming sessions, and opportunities to network and share delicious meals.

A special guest delegation of educators from Nepal will be joining the conference to share their unique experiences, concerns, and opportunities for participation in related initiatives.


TO SUBMIT YOUR PAPER/ABSTRACT:
Submission form and details can be found at http://www.elementalethics.com

EDUCATORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SHARE THEIR WORK, BY SUBMITTING PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS, AND/OR POSTERS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:

Academic Advising/Coaching, Art Education, Adult Education, Anthropology, Applied Ethics, Art History, Art of Student Engagement, Assessments Modes, Best Practices, Biology Studies, Business Education, Campus Violence, Character Education, Charter Schools, Chemistry Studies, Civic Education, Classical Studies, Comparative Studies, Continuing Education, Counselor Education, Creative Teaching Methodologies, Cross-disciplinary Education, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Diversity in Education,Dramatic Arts, Early Childhood Education, Ecology Studies, Educational Administration, Educational Foundations,Educational Psychology, Ed. Program Assessment, Educational Technology, Education Policy/Leadership Elementary Education, English as a 2nd language, Environmental Education Environmental Studies, Ethics in the Classroom, Ethnic Studies, No Child Left Behind, Gender Studies, Genealogy, Guidance Counseling, Health Education, Histo-Ethics, History, International Studies, Journalism, K-12 Programs, Language Education, Leadership in Higher Ed., Library Sciences, Literature, Mathematics Education, Montessori Methods, Moral Education, Music Education, Native American Studies, Online Learning, Peace Studies, Philosophy of Education, Psychology in Education, Reading Education, Religious Studies, Research & Publishing, Resource Development, Science Education, Secondary Education, Small Schools Studies, Sociology of EducationSocial Studies Education, Special Education, Standardized Testing, Student Advocacy, Teacher Education, Wildlife Studies, Women’s Studies, World Studies and Writing as a Craft.

SCHEDULE:
Registration 8 AM
Buffet Breakfast: 8 - 9 AM
Concurrent Sessions: 9 AM - Noon
Buffet Lunch: Noon to 1 PM
Concurrent Sessions: 1:00 to 4:45 PM
Closing Ceremony: 4:45 to 5:15 PM


This event is one of five rich opportunities for educators from all over the world to meet to share their work, their experiences, unite their voices to identify and address significant problems and issues in education, and define practical solutions for them. The conference in New Jersey, like its counterparts in Denver, Seattle, New York, and San Diego will include concurrent sessions, educational leadership council brainstorming sessions, and opportunities to network and share delicious meals. IMPORTANT: All One Voice 2010 registered speakers will be asked to participate in publishing opportunities. SPECIAL GUESTS at the NJ conference- DELEGATION OF EDUCATORS FROM NEPAL WILL LEAD A PANEL FOR ATTENDEES, VISITING PRESS AND INVITED POLITICAL LEADERS. Details on all conferences can be found at www.elementalethics.com.

SUBMIT YOUR PAPER/ABSTRACT: Submission form and details can be found at http://www.elementalethics.com

Presentation topics for this event include:
Academic Advising/Coaching, Art Education, Adult Education, Anthropology, Applied Ethics, Art History, Art of Student Engagement, Assessments Modes, Best Practices, Biology Studies, Business Education, Campus Violence, Character Education, Charter Schools, Chemistry Studies, Civic Education, Classical Studies, Comparative Studies, Continuing Education, Counselor Education, Creative Teaching Methodologies, Cross-disciplinary Education, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Diversity in Education,Dramatic Arts, Early Childhood Education, Ecology Studies, Educational Administration, Educational Foundations,Educational Psychology, Ed. Program Assessment, Educational Technology, Education Policy/Leadership Elementary Education, English as a 2nd language, Environmental Education Environmental Studies, Ethics in the Classroom, Ethnic Studies, No Child Left Behind, Gender Studies, Genealogy, Guidance Counseling, Health Education, Histo-Ethics, History, International Studies, Journalism, K-12 Programs, Language Education, Leadership in Higher Ed., Library Sciences, Literature, Mathematics Education, Montessori Methods, Moral Education, Music Education, Native American Studies, Online Learning, Peace Studies, Philosophy of Education, Psychology in Education, Reading Education, Religious Studies, Research & Publishing, Resource Development, Science Education, Secondary Education, Small Schools Studies, Sociology of EducationSocial Studies Education, Special Education, Standardized Testing, Student Advocacy, Teacher Education, Wildlife Studies, Women’s Studies, World Studies and Writing as a Craft.

Schedule:
Registration 8 AM
Breakfast: 8 AM
Concurrent Sessions: 9 AM - Noon
Lunch: Noon to 1 PM
Concurrent Sessions: 1:00 to 4:45 PM
Closing Ceremony: 4:45 to 5:15 PM
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