Very few doubt the critical role that education plays in our society. Throughout time cultural and social educational norms change, but the importance of education remains. The promise of higher education includes character development as well as a fulfilling future to those that pursue it. Education enables each of us to find the best use of our skills and talents. Education provides the ability to expand mental acuity and open new doors which might have been unattainable. It seeks to remove ignorance and bolster self-belief, giving each who attain it a gift of self-confidence that they can help to improve society.
We assign the task of developing education for our youth, to the ones known as Teachers, Counselors and Educational Administrators. It is these people that hold the responsibility in their hands for training the future leaders of tomorrow. On a daily basis, they greet our young learners and usher them down the path, which will ultimately lead to future success or failure. And while parents play the largest role in motivating the success of our youth, it is these teachers and administrators that interact with young learners on a daily basis giving them the foundation for greater things to come, and a promise of a better tomorrow.
Educational Seminars for Teachers and Administrators
In maintaining the highest standards for students, education professional must also continue to learn, bringing new ideas and techniques into the classroom. This helps educators to avoid becoming stagnate and to keep up with the ever changing world outside of academia. Through attending conferences and seminars, educators maintain an edge which helps them provide the best training ground possible to teach and engage their students.
Education Resource Seminars
Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children
29 June-1 July 2012 | Oxford, United Kingdom
This global research collaborative is holding it 8th annual conference to explore concepts of genuine engagement with in the framework of creativity. This inter-disciplinary approach will explore the multiple facets of creative engagement in the context of curriculum, and changing technologies. Seminars include Creative Environmental Space; The Creative Inner Space; Creativity, Pedagogy and Curriculum; as well as many others. To explore this conference and find out more information go to www.inter-disciplinary.net/at-the-interface/education/creative-engagements-thinking-with-children/call-for-papers/
International Conference on Thinking
21-25 January 2013 | Wellington, New Zealand
This conference presents the change for attendees to listen and interact with cutting edge thinkers and practitioners. It promotes involvement in learning about our capacity to learn and think. In its 16th year, the conference will focus on the theme of ‘Expanding Global Thinking’. Keynote speakers, and presenters will feature over 250 individual seminars involving learning and thinking concepts. More information is available at http://icot2013.core-ed.org/icot-2013-themes