Program Selections CIES 2012
The following panels and events touch upon diverse variety of ongoing work on education in Eurasia.
13:45 – (#063) Using PISA to analyze educational policy and practice, Main Building Conference 6. Of note: The effect of another year of schooling for student achievements: Evidence from countries with different dynamics in PISA results. Isak Frumin et al.
20:00 – (#102). CIES 2012 Welcome Reception. Pool and beach area.
13:45 – (#182). Inclusion of children with disabilities in Central Asia. Main Building Salon del Mar B.
13:45 – (#187). EURASIA SIG HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Educational metamorphoses in post-Soviet Ukraine: Quo vadis? Main Building San Cristobal E.
15:30 – (#198). EURASIA SIG MEETING. ALL ARE WELCOME! No invitation is required, please join us if you are working on research in the region! Tower Building / Guayacan (this is a change from the preliminary program!).
8:30 – (#240). Unthinking socialist education: Historical and contemporary legacies. Main Building Flamingo C.
10:15 – (#271). EURASIA HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Critical perspectives on education and society in post-Soviet Central Asia. San Cristobal E.
12:00 – (#299). Mobile configurations and global interconnectivity of socialist curriculum and pedagogy at different locales. Main Building: Tropical C.
13:45 – (#314). Reforms and realities of education in Central Asia: Cases of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Main Building: Salon del Mar B.
13:45 – (#321). Global trends and national reforms in Eurasia. Main Building: San Cristobal G.
19:30 – (#350). EURASIA SIG RECEPTION. Main Building Flamingo A.
8:30 – (#357). Moderated Discussion: Comparison of convergences and divergences of post-Soviet educational transformations: Issues, impacts, and implications. Main Building, Conference 7.
10:15 – (#394). Schools at the crossroads of identity and Europeanization: Perspectives from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Ukraine. Main Building: Tropical A.
12:00 – (#413). Teacher profession developments across Eurasia: Azerbaijan, Mongolia, and Tajikistan. Main Building: San Cristobal E.
13:45 – (#437). Policy creation and evaluation. TALIS 2009 review implications for the success of strategy 2020 in Russia. Main Building: San Cristobal E.
8:30 – (#468). Inclusion of ESD-relevant content in compulsory education: A comparative perspective. Main Building: Conference 10.
Congratulations to the following SIG members on their awards!
International Travel Award
New Scholars Travel Grant