Twenty-first International Conference on Learning

  • 14–17 July 2014
  • Lander College for Women at Touro College, New York, USA

At A Glance

4

Days of paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters, and colloquia.

660+

Delegates from all over the world who attended the Twenty-first International Conference on Learning.

60

Countries represented.

Plenary Speakers

The Twenty-first International Conference on Learning featured plenary sessions by some of the world’s leading thinkers and innovators in the field.

Sandra Schamroth Abrams

Sandra Schamroth Abrams

Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, St. John’s University, New York, USA

"Integrating Virtual and Traditional Learning in 6-12 Classrooms: A Layered Literacies Approach to Multimodal Meaning Making"

Murray Bruce

Murray Bruce

Lanyon Cluster of Schools, Australia

“How am I doing?”

Bill Cope

Bill Cope

Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA

“How am I doing?”

Shane Gorman

Shane Gorman

Bonython Primary School, Canberra, Australia

“How am I doing?”

Mary Kalantzis

Mary Kalantzis

Dean, College of Education, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA

“How am I doing?”

Erin Miller

Erin Miller

John W. Lavelle Preparatory Charter School, Staten Island, USA

"Views from the Classroom"

Lelia Pappas

Lelia Pappas

St. John’s University of New York, USA

“How am I doing?”

Gareth Richards

Gareth Richards

Deputy Principal, Gordon Primary School, London, UK

"Views from the Classroom"

Bill Thompson

Bill Thompson

Principal, Lanyon High School, Canberra, Australia

"Views from the Classroom"

Rita van haren

Rita van haren

Curriculum Resource Developer, Common Ground Publishing, USA

"Views from the Classroom"

Graduate Scholar Awardees

For each conference, a small number of Graduate Scholar Awards are given to outstanding graduate students who have an active academic interest in the conference area. The Award with its accompanying responsibilities provides a strong professional development opportunity for graduate students at this stage in their academic careers. The 2014 Graduate Scholar Awardees are listed below.

Emmanuel E. Akanwa

Emmanuel E. Akanwa

Imo State University, Nigeria

Charles Bell

Charles Bell

Wayne State University, US

Rosemary Carolan

Rosemary Carolan

Rutgers, US

Umran Betul Cebesoy

Umran Betul Cebesoy

Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Nikoleta Chadou

Nikoleta Chadou

Zoyah Kinkead-Clark

Zoyah Kinkead-Clark

University of the West Indies, Mona

Christopher Coley

Christopher Coley

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India

Tatzia Langlo

Tatzia Langlo

University of California, US

Julien Ekiaka-Oblazamengo

Julien Ekiaka-Oblazamengo

Texas A&M University, US

Rochelle Franklin

Rochelle Franklin

Liberty University, US

Heidi Fraser

Heidi Fraser

California Institute of Integral Studies, US

Shaohua Hong

Shaohua Hong

Ang Chooi Kean

Ang Chooi Kean

Institute of Teacher Education International Languages, Malaysia

Kevin Noiroux

Kevin Noiroux

University of Liège, Belgium

Andrew Pratt

Andrew Pratt

University of Findlay, US

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Sabina Sarosh

Sabina Sarosh

Srividya Sheshadri

Srividya Sheshadri

Stanislav Štěpáník

Stanislav Štěpáník

Ewa Wasilewska-Kamińska

Ewa Wasilewska-Kamińska

Juan Whiston

Juan Whiston