Teaching and Learning in a Global Context at 4th Worldwide Forum on Education and Culture

Venue: University of Washington Rome Center

Location: Rome, Italy

Event Date/Time: Nov 02, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: May 15, 2005
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Proposals are now being accepted for a unique conference in Rome, Italy. Keynote presentations related to the theme "Teaching and Learning in a Global Context" are welcome from educators, administrators and business leaders throughout the world. The primary goal of the Fourth Annual Worldwide Forum on Education and Culture is to allow individuals an open opportunity to discuss interactive ways of advancing education and culture among all nations.

If you have a presentation on ways or ideas to advance education about other cultures and races, or how to interact with educational systems in another country, you are invited to share your work with other professionals at all levels of teaching and learning. Each speaker will have 20 minutes in which to address the assembly. All sessions will be conducted during the mornings only. Afternoons will be devoted to further discussion of ideas, free time and optional educational travel to Florence, Orvieto, Assisi, Naples and Pompeii.

Cost of registration is $130 per person. Accommodations, ranging in cost from $95 to $150 per night per person, are available at local hotels. A list is available upon request. The date of the forum is November 2-4, 2005, at John Cabot University in the heart of Rome. Please contact Professor Bruce C. Swaffield, of Regent University (Virginia Beach, VA) at brucswa@regent.edu if you have any questions.

Deadline for all proposals is May 15, 2005. Presenters will be notified within two weeks and have until July 15, 2005, to send in the required registration fee. All papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.


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