Tuesday, June 23
4:45 PM-5:45 PM
Room 1

Research-Based Implications for Policy and Practice: Outcomes from EDUsummIT 2019 (Quebec) – The 6th International Summit on Information Technology in Education

Symposium ID: 56370
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    Jo Tondeur
    Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  2. Sarah Howard
    University of Wollongong
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    Gerald Knezek
    University of North Texas
  4. Joke Voogt
    University of Amsterdam
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    Dirk Ifenthaler
    University of Mannheim
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    David Gibson
    Curtin University
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    Dominik Petko
    University of Zurich
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    Anneke Smits
    Windesheim University
  9. Alona Forkosh-Baruch
    Tel Aviv University
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    Mike Phillips
    Monash University
  11. Henk Sligte
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    Miri Shonfeld
    Kibbutzim College of Education
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    Rhonda Christensen
    University of North Texas

Abstract: EDUsummIT (International Summit on ICT in Education) is a global knowledge building community of researchers, educational practitioners, and policy makers committed to supporting the effective integration of research and practice in the field of ICT in education. In 2019, more than 100 researchers, practitioners and policy makers from across the world have gathered to discuss ways to fast track what researchers know about information technology in education, into sound policies and best practices at the local, regional, and national/international level. This symposium focuses on outcomes from the Thematic Working Groups (TWGs) from EDUsummIT 2019, then seeks audience feedback and input on the findings and ways to best bring the Call to Action recommendations into implemented reality. Five Thematic Working Group topics relevant to an EdMedia audience will be featured in this symposium, followed by an integrative Call to Action summary. Presenters will invite feedback, suggestions and recommendation from attendees during all phases of the symposium. Especially encouraged will be discussion of how individual attendees might take appropriate portions of the recommendations away from the symposium and begin implementations at their local levels.

No presider for this session.


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