Invitation to the Oxford Education Research Symposium 7 – 9 December 2016

A message from Oxford:

We are pleased to invite you to the 9th Oxford Education Research Symposium. It will be held 7, 8 & 9 December at St Cross College, Oxford.
The featured Keynote speakers will be Dr Ian Menter, Professor Emeritus, Department of Education, Oxford University, and Dr Ken Mayhew is Professor Emeritus of Education and Economic Performance, Oxford University.
You are invited to submit an abstract if you wish to present a paper at the symposium, or you may attend as an observer.  The Oxford Education Research Symposium is a forum for the presentation of papers and discourse by scholars who have a particular interest in the theory and practice of universal education.
Notations for the December 2016 meeting:

* Papers presented will be subsequently peer reviewed by external readers for inclusion in Symposium books or journal articles.
* Focus on educational excellence emphasizing best practices in teaching, learning, and training.
* Leading edge studies in accountability and evaluation of education.
* Latest in the Education Reform Movement.
* Evaluation methods to improve student outcomes.
* School efficiency and accountability through performance measures.
* Improving school quality through effective supervision.
* Scientific evidence for quality teaching.

Major fields included are Administration and Leadership, Secondary Instruction, Assessment and Evaluation, Early Childhood Education, Language Arts and Literacy Education, Economics of Education, School Governance, Financing Education, Systems, Special Education, and Pedagogy. The listing is not intended to be exhaustive. Please also see our list of suggested topics.
For more information or registration, please see the conference websites:
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