INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
International Congress on Education for the Future: Issues and Challenges
13-15 May 2015
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Ankara University Faculty of Educational Sciences at Ankara University, Turkey
Abstract submission: Until 31 January 2014
Notification of Results: 15-28 February 2015
Early Bird Registration: 1-31 March 2015
Late Registration: 1 April 2015
We are proud to announce that the International Congress on Education for the Future: Issues and Challenges (ICEFIC 2015) will take place on 13-15 May 2015 in Ankara to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Ankara University Faculty of Educational Sciences.
The Faculty was established to be the first faculty of educational sciences in Turkey so as to fulfill the need for experts in the field of educational sciences. Since its establishment, the Faculty having made great contributions to the field of educational sciences has brought national and international researchers together via the scientific events organized.
ICEFIC 2015 is aimed at providing academics, educators and policymakers from around the world with an international platform to present new perspectives, to discuss trends and innovations, and to share best practices with one common goal of providing better education for future generations. To this end, the congress theme “Education for the Future: Issues and Challenges” will be examined with a wide array of sub-themes on education through oral presentations, posters and workshops.
We look forward to meeting you in Ankara, the heart of the Republic of Turkey and the cradle of Anatolian civilizations, which provides an inspiration for international events with its historical and cultural richness.
Ayşe Çakır İlhan, Ph.D.
Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences
Details at: http://www.icefic.com/
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