כנס Earli 2018, 9-12.10.2018, ירושלים

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כנס Earli יתקיים השנה בירושלים בתאריכים: 9-12.10.2018. נושא הכנס השנה הוא: Argumentation and Inquiry as Venues for Civic Education
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Dome_of_Rock,_Temple_Mount,_Jerusalem.jpg,Submission deadline: 28 March, 2018 Joint SIG meeting: 9-12 October, 2018  ,EARLI SIG 20 and SIG 26 meeting in Jerusalem, Israel: “Argumentation and Inquiry as Venues for Civic Education” ,Sig 20 Organizing Committee Inquiry learning Sig 26 Organizing Committee Argumentation, Dialogue and Reasoning  Bram De Wever, Ingo Kollar Jure Coordinator: Juliane Kant  Baruch Schwarz, Armin Weinberger Jure Coordinator: Freydis Vogel  more information:   www.earli.org/SIG20-26   |   earlisig2026@gmail.com   |   #earlisig2026



Dear members of SIG 20 and SIG 26 of EARLI,

Dear participants of earlier SIG 20 and SIG 26 meetings,

 

We are pleased to invite you to the Joint 2018 Meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Groups 20 (“Inquiry Learning") and 26 (“Argumentation, Dialogue and Reasoning”). The theme of the conference is “Argumentation and Inquiry as Venues for Civic Education”. The conference will be held from Tuesday the 9th to Friday the 12th of October 2018 in Jerusalem, Israel. We will relate to the significance of this historic place to raise issues about multiculturalism in conjunction with inquiry, argumentation, dialogue and reasoning.

 

The conference provides an opportunity to recognize how argumentation and inquiry can be seen as venues for civic education. Especially in the “post-factual” era, it seems important to better understand how students at different educational levels and in different educational contexts collect, use, and argue with scientific and non-scientific data and information to develop (a) explanations for scientific phenomena and (b) positions in societally relevant, science-related debates, including Science and Humanities. Such an understanding may form the basis for the design of both traditional and technology-enhanced learning environments that support students in their inquiry, argumentation, thinking and reasoning processes.

 

The joint meeting in Jerusalem will offer both opportunities for rather “pure” sessions that are organized by either SIG 20 or SIG 26, but also for sessions that bridge between the two SIGs. Thus, there will be plenty of opportunities to connect to members of both SIGs, both during sessions as well as during coffee and lunch breaks.

 

 

We are honored to present our four keynote speakers to you.

 

The keynote speakers that will represent the Inquiry Learning community will be:

-        Cindy Hmelo-Silver from the School of Education at Indiana University Bloomington

-        Eleni Kyza from the Cyprus University of Technology

 

The keynote speakers that will represent the Argumentation, Dialogue and Reasoning community will be:

-        Robin Alexander from the Wolfson College Cambridge

-        Hugo Mercier from the Université de Neuchâtel

 

 

Important dates

 

December 14th 2017:             Submission opens

March 28th 2018:                    Submission deadline

May 9th 2018:                         Notification of acceptance

May 30th 2018:                       Early bird registration deadline

September 17th 2018:            Late registration deadline

October 9th-12th 2018:            Joint SIG 20&26 meeting

 

 

More information

 

For more information regarding the Joint SIG 20 and SIG 26 meeting “Argumentation and Inquiry as a Venue for Civic Education” in Jerusalem, Israel, on 9-12 October 2018, please visit the conference website https://earli.org/SIG20-26

 

The local organizing committee can be reached through earlisig2026@gmail.com

 

We are very much looking forward to meet you all in Jerusalem next fall!

(for more information about Jerusalem, see https://www.jerusalem.muni.il/en/Pages/default.aspx)

 

 

Your SIG 20 and 26 coordinators,

 

SIG 20                                                           SIG 26

Bram De Wever                                             Baruch Schwarz

Ingo Kollar                                                     Armin Weinberger

Juliane Kant (Jure Assistant coordinator)     Freydis Vogel (Jure Assistant coordinator)

 

#earlisig2026

 

 


 

General submission details for SIG 20 and SIG 26

To submit your research paper it is necessary to have an EARLI account. Creating an EARLI account is free for everyone. To submit your paper there is no need for being EARLI member nor member of any EARLI SIG. Nevertheless, as EARLI member you  will benefit from special discounts when registering for the conference.

 

To submit your research paper, please follow the steps below:

1.     Go to https://conference.earli.org/ create-account to create an EARLI account (If you already have an EARLI account, proceed with logging in, step 3)

2.     Activate the account by clicking the activation link sent to you by e-mail

3.     Upon activating your account, log in at https://conference.earli.org/login

4.     After logging in, you will be redirected to your personal user dashboard

5.     In the “My Submissions” section click the green “new submission” button in order to enter the submission tool

6.     Then you may chose the “SIG 20 and 26 conference” line and click either on “new submission” or “new symposium”

7.     After clicking on “new submission” (or “new symposium”) you will be able to fill in your submission. There you may chose the more specific submission type, keywords, etc. Please consider that you have to copy the text of your submission into a text field during the submission process. You won’t be able to submit your paper as word or pdf. Beyond that, you will be able to upload up to two additional figures or tables. Nevertheless, please make sure that all relevant information for the review process can be found in the text you will submit.

 

Submission details for SIG 20

 

Please submit your research following the submission formats: paper (regular or JURE*), poster, ICT demonstration, symposium.

 

All submissions should include:

-    Name(s), affiliation, address, and email address of all the authors

-    Title of the presentation

-    Preference for submission format, including regular or JURE

-    Abstract of max. 300 words

-    Extended summary: Paper (1500 words), poster (500-1500 words), ICT demo (500-1500 words), symposium (3 x 1500 words + 500 words general abstract/introduction)

-    A symposium consists of three to four papers (each of them should include the above) + an additional introduction (including the above).

 

* We will organize a special session for doctoral students’ and early career researchers in which you get the opportunity to ask for feedback from the audience and senior researchers on your research (design, data analysis, further research questions…). Please explicitly indicate in your proposal the questions you would like to discuss. 

 

All submissions will be reviewed by members of the scientific committee of the conference in a double-blind format.

 

The scientific committee consists of:

-        Ton de Jong (University of Twente, Netherlands)

-        Bram De Wever (Ghent University, Belgium)

-        Yiannis Georgiou (Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus)

-        Hannie Gijlers (University of Twente, Netherlands)

-        Janice Gobert (Rutgers University, USA)

-        Cindy Hmelo-Silver (Indiana University, USA)

-        Tomi Jaakola (University of Turku, Finland)

-        Juliane Kant (University of Tübingen, Germany)

-        Ingo Kollar, University of Augsburg

-        Eleni Kyza (Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus)

-        Ard Lazonder (University of Nijmegen, Netherlands)

-        Piia Näykki (University of Oulu, Finland)

-        Margus Pedaste (University of Tartu, Estonia)

-        Annelies Raes (KU Leuven, Belgium)

-        Tammy Schellens (Ghent University, Belgium)

-        Jim Slotta (Boston College, USA)

-        Daniel Spikol (Malmö University, Sweden)

-        Koen Veermans (University of Turku, Finland)

-        Jouni Viiri (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

-        Wouter van Joolingen (Utrecht University, Netherlands)

-        Michiel Voet (Ghent University, Belgium)

-        Astrid Wichmann (Ruhr University Bochum, Germany)

-        Susan Yoon (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

 

Language note: all submissions should be in English – also all talks and presentations at the SIG meeting will be in English.

 

We encourage submissions to the following topics (non-exhaustive list):

 

 

       Inquiry in different domains

       Computer-supported inquiry learning

       Mobile learning

       The role of the teacher in inquiry learning

       Problem-based learning

       Motivation in inquiry learning

       Productive failure

       Scaffolding inquiry processes

       Game-based learning

       Collaborative inquiry learning

       Knowledge building

       Model-based learning

       Simulations

       Discovery-based learning

       Resource and project based learning

       Assessment techniques for inquiry learning

       Graphing literacy

       Model-based learning

       Agent-based learning

       Adaptive systems

       Historical reasoning

       Intelligent tutoring and assessment systems

       Metacognition and regulation during inquiry learning

       Visualizations and simulations

       Discovery-, project-, and problem-based learning

       Performance assessment of inquiry

       Interactions between skill acquisition and learner characteristics


 

 

 


Submission details for SIG 26

 

Please submit your research following the submission formats: paper, poster, symposium, poster for junior researcher mentorship session*

 

 

All submissions should include:

̄          Name(s), affiliation, country, and email address of the authors. Please add contact addresses for the corresponding author

̄          Title of the presentation

̄          Preference submission format

̄          Abstract of 300 words

̄          Extended summary: Paper (1500 words), poster (500 words), symposium (3 x 1500 words + 500 words mantle abstract/introduction)

* We will organize a special session for doctoral students’ and early career researchers in which you get the opportunity to ask for feedback from the audience and senior researchers on your research (design, data analysis, further research questions...).

 

All submissions will be reviewed by members of the scientific committee of the conference in a double-blind format.

 

The SIG 26 scientific committee consists of:

-        Christa Asterhan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

-        Michael Baker (CNRS Telecom ParisTech)

-        Frank Fischer (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)

-        Jonathan Osborne (Stanford University, USA)

-        Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland)

-        Baruch Schwarz (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

-        Freydis Vogel (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

-        Christof Wecker (Universität Passau, Germany)

-        Rupert Wegerif (University of Cambridge, UK)

-        Armin Weinberger (Saarland University, Germany)

 

Language note: all submissions should be in English – also all talks and presentations at the SIG meeting will be in English.

 

We encourage submissions to the following topics (non exhaustive list):

       Learning to argue

       Argumentation in and across domains (Mathematics, History, etc.)

       Argumentation and epistemological beliefs

       Dialogue, reasoning and argumentation in multicultural contexts

       Scripts and scaffolds of argumentation

       Collective reasoning

       Technologies and new forms of argumentation

       Inquiry and argumentation

       Argumentation and transfer

       Dialogic Education / Classroom

       Online Argumentation

       Fallacies and Fake News

       Qualities of Argumentation and Learning

 


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