Annual Conference 2014
Policy and Educational Development in a Global Context
February 28 - March 1, 2014
The annual conference is our tradition of promoting scholarship in comparative education. We Hong Kong scholars have continued to shape this academic domain with professional discourses in English, Cantonese Chinese and Putonghua, languages with which our local experience and voices can be heard. We have also made this conference an international platform that scholars from neighbouring countries came to sharing their experiences. In the last few years, scholars from Korea, Thailand, Russia, Philippines India, Bangladesh, England, Australia, etc. attended our conferences. As globalization is becoming a prevailing phenomenon, comparing educational changes in different social context provides us vehicle for comparing notes on intellectual enquiry and issues in educational development.
Educations' Role in Preparing Globally Competent Citizens
Nessebar, Bulgaria, June 15-20 2014
Comparative Education & History of Education
Pre-service and In-service Teacher Training & Learning & Teaching Styles
Education Policy, Reforms, and School Leadership
Higher Education, Lifelong Learning and Social Inclusion Panels to Thematic section 4:
Special Panel on Immigration, Migration and Education
Special Panel on Law and Education: Legislation and Inclusive Education, Child Protection and Human Rights Education
Second ISCS will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria
October 7-10, 2014
Its time for the 2nd Annal International Symposium on Comparative Sciences. The Symposium well held in Sofia, Bulgaria, - the second oldest city in Europe with a rich history and warm hospitality – this year’s program will include exciting presentations, roundtables, and a range of events that will highlight the comparative theme of the symposium and fully engage everyone participating. This symposium will highlight cutting edge scholarship on comparative methods and research in and across disciplines and fields in the social sciences, education, legal studies, language, culture, society and more, including Comparative Anthropology, Comparative Civilization Studies, Comparative Education, Comparative History, Comparative Labor Studies, Comparative Law, Comparative Linguistics, Comparative Literature, Comparative Mythology, Comparative Psychology, Comparative Religion, and Comparative Sociology.