Call for Proposals: 2018
Across the country and around the world, exciting new educational models are emerging in an effort to prepare students for learning and working in the digital age. Flipped classrooms, artificial intelligence, online learning, competency-based education, adaptive learning, collaborative education, phenomenon-based learning, and design thinking are a few of the innovative approaches being used in higher education.
How can we broaden and accelerate this trend, especially in international education? What new education models successfully empower students to become innovators – skilled at not just adapting to change, but leading it? True, technology continues to make the world more interconnected and intercultural relationships more accessible – but that alone doesn’t prepare students to thrive in a constantly-changing world. Today’s students must be skillful at collaborating within diverse teams, understanding and appreciating global challenges, and looking at issues from multiple angles; all qualities which study abroad supports in meaningful ways – and which may rival the importance of obtaining proficiency in one discipline.
Questions before us include:
- How can we take experiential learning abroad to the next level – to not only inform students but to form them?
- How can we empower our students to be leaders of innovation so they can solve complex world problems?
- How can we ensure new student-centered models emphasize global competencies like creativity, collaboration, and adaptability?
- How does new educational technology encourage students to focus on global challenges?
- How can we train students to break the single-discipline approach when addressing complex problems and instead use intercultural, interdisciplinary collaboration?
As a community of international educators, let us innovate and create the experiential learning models that empower students to change the world.
Submit A Proposal
Call for Proposals is now closed. Notifications will be sent out by early April to those who submitted a proposal.
DOES CIEE OFFER ANY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT FOR PRESENTERS?
No. All presenters on accepted sessions are responsible for their own registration, travel, and lodging expenses.
CALL FOR PROPOSAL TERMINOLOGY
Chair: The chair of a session or poster proposal is the organizer of the session and can also be a presenter. The chair person will serve as the primary point of contact to the CIEE Conference Team.
Presenter: A presenter is a member of the session panel or poster presentation who will present and is not the chair.
HOW ARE PROPOSALS REVIEWED?
CIEE’s selection committee is comprised of Academic Consortium Members – professionals in the field of international education – and CIEE staff to review and evaluate each proposal based on the outlined criteria above.
WHEN WILL I HEAR IF MY PROPOSAL HAS BEEN ACCEPTED?
The proposal review process takes approximately two months from the submission deadline date. (~Early April)
HOW WILL I HEAR IF MY PROPOSAL HAS BEEN ACCEPTED?
Notifications will be emailed to the individual who originally submitted the proposal. Notifications will come from email@example.com. If you don’t receive the email, please check your spam filters and junk folders. If you’re still unable to locate the message, please contact the conference team toll-free at 1-844-411-3751 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.