Author(s): Armando Paulino Preciado Babb, Lake Yeworiew, and Soroush Sabbaghan
Presented at: IDEAS Conference 2017 – Leading Educational Change
Innovators, Designers, Educators, Academics and Students (IDEAS) 2017, Leading Educational Change is the fifth annual conference co-hosted by the Werklund School of Education and the Galileo Educational Network Association at the University of Calgary. The mandate of the conference is to improve education through research, evidence-informed decisions across teaching, learning and leadership. The conference brings together innovators, designers, educators, academics and students from K-12, post-secondary and government to rise to the challenge of designing for today’s new learning landscape.
Presenters in this conference are invited each year to submit papers for the Proceedings of the IDEAS Conference. The papers undergo a double-blind peer-review process that involves a minimum of two people reviewing each proposal. The reviewers’ feedback helps to inform the acceptance of the paper. This process comprises up to two rounds of reviews and corrections. The acceptance policy is summarized as follows.
- In accordance to the mandate of the conference regarding innovation and evidence-informed decisions, proposals are required to address the following questions: What does the research say about your particular innovative practice? How does this innovative practice live in the teaching and learning in your context? When studying this practice, what has been discovered through the research that is informing next steps?
- Proposals need to be accepted by at least one reviewer in order to be accepted for the proceedings.
- In case of discrepancy between two reviewers regarding the acceptance of a proposal, a third reviewer will be consulted and the editorial committee will make a final decision.
Authors are required to address reviewers’ comments for the final version of the paper.The Selected Proceedings of the IDEAS 2017 Conference includes 20 papers from presentations in the following streams: Design Thinking; Higher Education Teaching and Learning; Indigenous Education; Literacies for Today’s Learners; Mathematics & Numeracy; Leadership; and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Preciado Babb, A. P., Yeworiew, L., & Sabbaghan, S. (Eds.) (2017). Selected Proceedings of the IDEAS Conference 2017: Leading Educational Change. Calgary, Canada: Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.