9th international conference on quality in education (CIMQUSEF2012)
Venue: Hassan II University
|Event Date/Time: Dec 11, 2012||End Date/Time: Dec 13, 2012|
|Registration Date: Dec 04, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jun 29, 2012|
|Paper Submission Date: Sep 30, 2012|
Certainly, everyone agrees that we now live in a small village whose different components are in dynamic and accelerated interaction, and nobody is neutral with regard to behavior of those around him, positive or negative they are. In this case, systems of education and training which play the main role in the qualification of members of our "village", must evolve according to a comprehensive model of educational quality oriented best practices internationally, and by the main findings of international research prospective.
In this context, the 9th International Conference of Quality Management in Education and Training Systems (CIMQUSEF'2012) will attempt to answer the following question:
'' What models of education through best practices and prospective studies?''.
It is therefore expected that summaries on this fundamental issue submitted to the conference, meet it, either through benchmarking of best practice internationally, either through a thorough reading of the studies looking, or even across the two, while making sure to pay special attention to the following.
1. Best practices in education systems internationally
Abstracts should present good educational practices that have proven themselves in a country or a region or worldwide through a critical study of them, against usual practices while stressing that characterizes the first and their ability to overcome the disadvantages of the second, in particular as regards:
â€¢ the growing gap between what schools or others spaces of learning offer, who are more interested in the care of learners, and the privacy they allow them to express their choices, to exercise their independence and thrive;
â€¢ the predominance of traditional knowledge transmission and storage in memory;
â€¢ the continuing problem of literacy in many countries despite a high level of education;
â€¢ fundamental issues relating to values â€‹â€‹and ethics that are required;
â€¢ failure of the concept of school, and others spaces of learning, as a community in its own right;
â€¢ the centrality of the industrial school which aims to produce the workforce with basic skills and susceptibility to comply;
â€¢ persistence of the traditional system of evaluation that provided more energy to control and test at the expense of the learning process;
2. Characteristics of a quality education system according to prospective studies
Abstracts should present an integrated vision of quality education through the review of prospective studies and to draw the most important results on this subject, while focusing on the following key points:
â€¢ the most important characteristics of "establishments learners' able to adapt to the knowledge society in the present and future;
â€¢ specifications and the most important features of education systems capable of breaking with the structure and traditional teaching methods;
â€¢ greater emphasis on the learning objectives through the innovative use of equipment and structures;
â€¢ the opening of school and others spaces of learning in other professions;
â€¢ Create forms of education which replaces the traditional educational environment;
â€¢ the transition from the classical model, classroom and teacher, to a working model in collaborative teams;
â€¢ the role of training institutions for teachers, parents and partners in the success of this transition;
â€¢ invest the enormous potential of ICT to revolutionize the act of learning;
â€¢ consider new forms of validating skills instead of exams;
â€¢ take into account individual characteristics and differences in learning strategies;
â€¢ make the system of research and development in education an essential source of improvement and innovation;
â€¢ give greater priority to the quality of teachers not only for their role in academic success, but also because of the ever increasing demands on them.
Conference attendance is open to researchers in all disciplines, as well as thinkers, educators-practitioners, and actors and decision makers of the world of work, who wish to present their ideas and experiences extracts with emphasis on applications of TQM (Total Quality Management) in education and its contribution to reinforce good practice and enrich prospective studies.
All papers will be published on the conference website, in addition to those selected by the Scientific Committee will also be published in the international scientific journal'' The Journal of Quality in Education''.
Papers must be sent in the form of abstracts of about 2500 letters, and at the following address:
firstname.lastname@example.org (with a copy to email@example.com )
The deadline for receipt of abstracts is June 29, 2012.
Participants will be notified of acceptance or rejection of their abstracts before July 13, 2012.
The deadline for receipt of full papers is September 14, 2012.
Start here to submit a paper to this conference.
Step one of the submission process (http://cimqusef.amaquen.org/index.php/cimqusef2012/cimqusef2012/login?source=%2Findex.php%2Fcimqusef2012%2Fcimqusef2012%2Fauthor%2Fsubmit%3FrequiresAuthor%3D1)