Conferences and Roundtables, launches and press junkets – read it here on ed.org.za
IEASA CONFERENCE 15-17 JANUARY 2014
The International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA), a non-profit organisation, was established as a result of the need for universities and universities of technology in South Africa to respond to international educational trends.The Internationalisation Education Association of South Africa (IEASA) will be hosting a Global Dialogue at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University that will focus on the future agenda of Internationalisation of Higher Education. In announcing the Global Dialogue, the question raised was if the Internationalisation of Higher Education could focus on the emerging and developing world. The Global Dialogue will therefore focus on the following question:
Is the current global debate, which originates in the developing world, about the re-thinking of Internationalisation of Higher Education relevant given the uneven levels of development of Higher Education systems globally?
EDUCATION WORLD FORUM 19-22 JANUARY 2014
The Education World Forum is the largest gathering of education and skills ministers in the world and is the internationally recognised ministerial forum for debating
future practice in education. The event is by official invitation only.
WORLD OF WONDER SAHISA/ISASA ECD CONFERENCE 28-29 MARCH 2014
The Early Childhood Development Conference will be held at Cowan House Co-Educational Preparatory School from Friday, 28 March to Saturday, 29 March 2014.
SA BASIC EDUCATION CONFERENCE 30 MARCH - 1 APRIL 2014
University academics, Teachers, Schools, Parents, Academics, Govt, Corporates, NGOs , SA principals plus some DOE, Corporate sponsors, leading mathematics teachers, technology developers, national and international researchers, and government advisers, information professionals, Colleges, Faculties and support structures variously involved with teaching and learning in post-grad. The conference is for any professional and non-professional in the field of teacher education, particularly through ODL. Researchers, postgraduate students and representatives from government Education Departments.
Workers in the field of care, education and support, academics and professionals working with orphans and vulnerable children, human rights lawyers and community workers, regulators and politicians, members of civil society and leaders of industry who are interested in making a difference. Higher education institutions,Government Departments, Non-governmental organizations and Senior students engaged in masters and doctoral studies in higher education institutions. All educators of Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Agriculture, Earth Sciences, Physical Sciences and Technology.
Place: Emperors Palace
AFRICAN EDUCATION WEEK 09-11 JULY 2014
EduWeek is Africa’s premier education event, boasting an exhibition of over 85 exhibitors, free to attend workshops and a high level conference programme. Now entering its eight year, EduWeek has achieved continued success and sustained growth by consistently attracting the highest quality of exhibitor in the expo, and providing visitors with practical, informative, and most importantly relevant content to the conference and workshop attendees. In the EduWeek Expo you will meet some of the continents and world’s leading product and solution providers.
and we will include them in Education Handbook 5.