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2018, AELR Global will be hosting three, online professional learning webinars. You won’t want to miss these! Each webinar will focus on three domains, 1) Education, 2) Language Instruction, 3) Organizational Leadership, and contain 4-5 themes. All presentations will be recorded and hosted in AELR Global’s Professional Learning Proceedings

Professional Learning Calendar

AELR Global Professional Learning offers a variety of workshops themes year-round to helping educators, schools, school systems, and educational non-profits improve continuously and meet accreditation and review efforts. Below, please find a listing of international professional learning experiences. You may use the search feature to locate the workshops and conferences closest to you. 

 

Professional Online Learning Symposium 2, July 20- 21, 2018

Presenters Deadlines – June 12, 2018

Participants Deadlines – July 11, 2018

Symposium Dates – July 20-21, 2018

Professional Online Learning Symposium 3, Oct 19-20, 2018

Presenters Deadlines – Sept 18, 2018

Participants Deadlines – Oct 11, 2018

Symposium Dates – Oct 19-20, 2018

 

 


Professional Online Learning Symposium 2

Hosted at AELR Global’s offices in Port Arthur, TX

July 20- 21, 2018   
Keynotes on
: Language Acquisition, Global Education, & Organizational Development 

Themes
1. Language & Literacy Teaching & Learning – including curriculum development, methodology, pedagogy, and educational technology, developing creative instructional methods and developing learner independence, individuality, and perseverance, and reflections on educator and learner experiences.   
2. Culture in Education – including local, regional, national and global socio-, economic -, and political factors as affecting instructional practices, perceptions of learning, curriculum development, and research; theories on challenging the status quo and conflict management within the educational context, and considerations on educational ethical.  
3. Organizational Leadership – developing solid leader aptitudes and styles; discussing authority in leadership capacities; leading in the face of adversity, challenges, and turmoil; conflict managing of personalities, organizations, and systems;
4. Accountability & Reliability – Understanding, developing measures for, evaluating, and assessing organizational and operational accountability and reliability. 

 

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Professional Online Learning Symposium 3

Hosted at AELR Global’s offices in Port Arthur, TX

Oct 19-20, 2018
Keynotes on: Language Acquisition, Global Education, & Organizational Development 

Themes: 
1. Language Advocacy – advocacy for teachers, students, researchers, cultural preservation, language policies, social /policy change, and individual rights within the context of language and literacy development.  
2. Administration –
developing educational communities locally, regionally, nationally, and globally to facilitate educator-educator and educator-community association to express emerging ideas, needs, and challenges, open discussion, and debate; organizing and systematizing the handling of responsibilities. 
3. Policy Development –
developing, assessing, and evaluating administrative instruments, systems, ways, and means.
4. Structure & Governance –
developing, assessing, and evaluating official capacities and organizational responsiveness; developing thoughtful and disciplined leaders; developing reflective practices.

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Effective advancement begins with your commitment to collaborate with other educators. AELR Global offers an exciting opportunity to share your story, experiences, and challenges, receive feedback, refine that narrative, and to finally, transfer this knowledge to a stable place accessible to all in the profession. Through this, the profession gains from your experiences and educators worldwide can tailor their approaches to their unique individual circumstances and evolve knowledge to emerging conditions.

AELR Global Professional Learning Proceedings offer an index of AELR Global’s collaborative programs via conference or webinar on 1) non-profit organizational development, 2) education and 3) language training and service.


Call for Presentations

Learn, Share, Grow with AELR Global Professional Learning

Teaching and professional service does not have to happen in isolation. In fact, educators are more effective when able to collaborate and network with colleagues in their field to sharing ideas about what works, what doesn’t and what’s around the corner. These activities expand one’s ideas of what educating looks like that helps one to realize the multi-faceted aspects involved in education.

2018, AELR Global will be hosting three, online professional learning webinars. You won’t want to miss these! Each webinar will focus on three domains, 1) Education, 2) Language Instruction, 3) Organizational Leadership, and contain 4-5 themes.

All submissions must be submitted through the AELR Global’s Professional Learning Proceedings website. Presenters should review the domains and themes and follow the themes closely. This will ensure relevance, concentrated discussions, and greater scope of knowledge on particular topics for participants. 

Publications

All accepted presentations will be indexed on ELOD and through Google Scholar. Published submissions will comprise the presentation’s abstract (up to – 900 words, Author’s bio (-250 words) and the complete Audio-Visual session recording.  Additionally, as AELR Global’s Professional Learning series offers themes aligned with the mission of AELR Global’s three publications, (Research in Global Education (RiGE)Research in Language Acquisition (RiLA), and Research in Organizational Development (RiOD)Research in Global Education (RiGE) aims to promote research that develops and shares ideas and theories in Teaching, Learning, Culture, Administration, and Educational Advocacy. 

Research in Language Acquisition (RiLA) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways that extend language instruction beyond the scientific or technical lines and into creative avenues in Culture, Language, and Literacy. Research in Organizational Development (RiOD) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways consider how organizations emerge, develop, grow, and fail through Organizational Leadership, Structure & Governance, Policy Development, Accountability & Reliability, Visioning, and Transformation), presenters wishing to have their presentation included in the appropriate companion journal are encouraged to submit the full paper to the appropriate journal for blind-peer review.

Themes

Research in Global Education

Details: Research in Global Education (RiGE) aims to promote research that develops and shares ideas and theories in the following areas:

  • Teaching and Learning – including curriculum development, methodology, pedagogy, and educational technology, developing creative instructional methods and developing learner independence, individuality, and perseverance.
  • Culture – including local, regional, national and global socio-, economic -, and political factors as affecting instructional practices, perceptions of learning, curriculum development, and research; theories on challenging the status quo and conflict management within the educational context, and considerations on educational ethical.
  • Administration – developing educational communities locally, regionally, nationally, and globally to facilitate educator-educator and educator-community association to express emerging ideas, needs, and challenges, open discussion, and debate; organizing and systematizing the handling of responsibilities.
  • Educational Advocacy – advocacy for teachers, students, educational policy, social /policy change, and individual rights within the educational context across all educational levels including Pre- Kindergarten through post-graduate education and professional training.

Research in Language Acquisition (RiLA) Themes

Details: Research in Language Acquisition (RiLA) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways that extend language instruction beyond the scientific or technical lines and into creative avenues in the following areas:

  • Culture – including local, regional, national and global socio-, economic -, and political factors as affecting instructional practices, perceptions of learning, curriculum development, and research, theories on challenging the status quo and conflict management within the context of language acquisition and literacy development.
  • Language & Literacy Teaching and Learning – including curriculum development, methodology, pedagogy, and educational technology, developing creative instructional methods and developing learner independence, individuality, and perseverance, and reflections on educator and learner experiences.
  • Language Advocacy – advocacy for teachers, students, researchers, cultural preservation, language policies, social /policy change, and individual rights within the context of language and literacy development.

Research in Organizational Development (RiOD)

Details: Research in Organizational Development (RiOD) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways consider how organizations emerge, develop, grow, and fail through the following means:

  • Organizational Leadership – developing solid leader aptitudes and styles; discussing authority in leadership capacities; leading in the face of adversity, challenges, and turmoil; conflict managing of personalities, organizations, and systems.
  • Structure & Governance – developing, assessing, and evaluating official capacities and organizational responsiveness; developing thoughtful and disciplined leaders; developing reflective practices.
  • Policy Development – developing, assessing, and evaluating administrative instruments, systems, ways, and means.
  • Accountability & Reliability – Understanding, developing measures for, evaluating, and assessing organizational and operational accountability and reliability.
  • Visioning – fostering creativity, accomplishments, and renewal.
  • Transformation – Initiating and pioneering activity(ies), spearheading change, finding and tapping into the “soul” of an organization.