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The Ninth International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2010)
 
“Learning in the Disciplines”
 
hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Learning Sciences Research
Institute
 
Conference Location:  Palmer House Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IL
 
June 29 - July 2, 2010
 
Paper and Poster Submission Deadline: October 30, 2009
 
Information and proposal submissions:  http://www.isls.org/icls2010
 
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** CONFERENCE THEME **
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The ICLS 2010 conference theme, “Learning in the Disciplines,” invites you
to explore the ways disciplinary perspectives can inform the study of
learning in educational settings, workplaces, and other contexts. This
conference will bring together scholars from a range of disciplines with
researchers in the sciences of learning, instruction, and design. These
diverse perspectives will be brought together to address questions of how we
can better understand and improve learning.
 
This conference theme highlights central Learning Sciences questions such as:
·      How can disciplinary practices and understandings inform Learning
Sciences research, theory, and design?

·      How do learning processes vary across disciplines?  What, if
anything, is constant? 

·      How are disciplinary practices and knowledge represented in
educational settings, designs, and practices? How might they be reconsidered?

·      How can collaborative research and comparative perspectives
contribute to Learning Sciences research and practice?

 
Themes highlighted in special panel sessions include:
·      Identity as a lens on learning within and across the disciplines

·      Representational practices and modeling in the disciplines

·      Designs for disciplinary learning

 
Submissions are encouraged that speak to these and other themes associated
with the Learning Sciences, and the interdisciplinary study of learning.
 
For detailed and up-to-date information about ICLS 2010 please visit the
conference website at: http://www.isls.org/icls2010
 
For specific questions about the conference that are not answered at the
conference website, please contact: [log in to unmask]
 
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** IMPORTANT DEADLINES **
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 -- October 30, 2009:  Paper and poster submissions due
 -- December 15, 2009:  Pre-conference Workshop proposals due
 -- February 15, 2010:  Early Career and Doctoral Consortium proposals due
 -- March 30, 2010:  Deadline for early registration, Program made available
 -- June 29-July 2, 2010:  ICLS conference in Chicago, IL
 
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** DEADLINE FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS **
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All papers and posters to be considered for inclusion in the technical
program must be submitted by October 30, 2009.  Details on submission
requirements and formats are posted at the ICLS 2010 web site,
http://www.isls.org/icls2010/call.html.  ICLS uses an all-electronic
proposal submission and review process.
 
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** PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS **
------------------------------
 
A limited number of full and half-day workshops will be held just prior to
ICLS 2010. If you are interested in organizing a workshop that addresses a
particular issue or research methodology in the learning sciences, please
submit a proposal through the link on the conference website by December 15,
2009.
 
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** DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM **
------------------------------
 
A doctoral consortium will be held just prior to ICLS 2010 for graduate
students engaged in dissertation work.  Also, a workshop for early-career
Learning Scientists will be offered.  If you are interested in participating
in either, please submit a proposal through the conference website  by
February 15, 2009.
 
--------------------------
** ICLS 2010 ORGANIZERS **
--------------------------
 
CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS
Susan Goldman, University of Illinois at Chicago
James Pellegrino, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
BUSINESS MANAGER
Deana Donzal, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
COMMUNICATIONS CHAIR
Leilah Lyons, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
Kimberly Gomez, University of Pittsburgh
Josh Radinsky, University of Illinois Chicago
 
SPECIAL SESSIONS CHAIR
Alison Castro-Superfine, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS
Tom Moher, University of Illinois at Chicago, US
Eleni Kyza, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
 
DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM CO-CHAIRS
Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Rutgers University, US
Jerry Andriessen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
 
EARLY CAREER WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS
Susan Yoon, University of Pennsylvania, US
Paul Kirschner, The Open University, The Netherlands
 
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Dor Abrahamson, UC Berkeley, US
Sasha Barab, Indiana University, US
Angela Calabrese-Barton, Michigan State University, US
Ravit Duncan, Rutgers University, US
Cesar Cisneros Puebla, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico
Janice Gobert, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
Kim Lawless, University of Illinois Chicago, US
Paul Marshall, The Open University, UK
Naomi Miyake, Chukyo University, Japan
Brian K. Smith, Pennsylvania State University, US
Reed Stevens, University of Washington, US
 
 
 

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