*Submissions, Final Abstracts/Papers Deadline has been extended to September 8th, 2017
Join us at our Clute International Conference on Education Las Vegas, at the Harrah’s Las Vegas! The conference provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share proven and innovative methods in teaching at all levels of education. In addition to the Conference on Education, we are also hosting an Academic Conference on Business and the Conference on Technology in Education that will be held on the same days, at the same venue. One registration fee will allow you to attend all three conferences.
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The Clute International Conference on Education Las Vegas provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share proven and innovative methods in teaching at all levels of education. Topics include, but are not limited to:
Formatted as follows:
We offer a Standard In-House Review as well as the option for a Double–Blind Peer Review* for all submitted proposals. Those who choose the Double-Blind Peer Review option may be asked to assist in reviewing other conference proposals. Please remember that selecting the Double-Blind Peer Review will extend acceptance of your proposal by up to one month.
*The Double-Blind Peer Review option is located on the registration form
Standard presentations are scheduled in 90 minute sessions, allowing for approximately 20 minutes per presentation. Each session will include an Apple Macbook running Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Prezi. Bring your presentation on a flash drive using one of these software packages.
Each presenter will have 30 minutes to present in the poster session. We recommend the poster size to be around 30×40 inches (75×100 cm). Easels or display boards will be provided; posters may not be pinned or taped to the walls.
Looking for something more hands-on? Try our 1 hour workshop! If needed, the workshop will be equipped with an Apple Macbook running Microsoft PowerPoint, Apple Keynote, and Prezi, although you are more than welcome to bring your own equipment.
Can’t attend the conference in person? Send us your video presentation and we’ll post it on our Clute YouTube channel, allowing you to gain valuable feedback from viewers around the world. Afterwards you will receive a complete conference packet. (Supported video formats: .mov, .mp4, .m4v, MPEG, AVCHD, AVI, DV)
$500 USD (Received on or before September 6, 2017)
$550 USD (Received after September 6, 2017)
One additional paper may be submitted for an extra $150.
Proposing Preposterous Propositions for imProving Teaching & Learning
Dr. Timothy F. Slater, Ph.D, University of Wyoming, United States, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education (JAESE).
“Faculty often desire students to be more intellectually engaged during class, yet struggle mightily with finding ways to help students practice critical thinking in meaningful ways. Given that students are deluged by a relentless waterfall of information from social media, news sites, cell phone apps, and email, helping students learn to be attentive to the possibility of “fake news” coming across their screens provides a unique teaching opportunity. …
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