CESHK Annual Conference 2015

“Developing Scholarship in Comparative Education”

at The University of Hong Kong.

Comparative education is constantly evolving as educational priorities and dynamics change. Individuals and institutions involved in comparative education face the challenge of maintaining core values while adapting to new circumstances. In this conference, we reflected on the nature of the changing times and on the contributions of individuals and institutions in developing high quality scholarship to ensure the relevance and validity of comparative education.

CERClogoFaculty-logoCo-organised by the Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong, in celebration of its 20th anniversary

 

Sponsored by the Department 2of International Education and Lifelong Learning (IELL) at the Hong Kong Institute of Education

 

Conference Venue: The University of Hong Kong

Dates: Feb. 6 (Fri.) – Feb. 7 (Sat.), 2015

PRESENTATION FORMAT

Individual paper presentation

Organized panel/symposium

CONFERENCE LANGUAGE

English and Chinese

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

LEELee Wing On was the founding Director of CERC in 1994, and taught at HKU until 1998. He subsequently held positions at the University of Sydney, the Hong Kong Institute of Education, and the National Institute of Education in Singapore. He is now Vice-President of the Open University of Hong Kong.

 

The Review 2014Prof Mark Bray

Mark Bray was Director of CERC from 1996 to 2001, and again has been Director from 2010 to the present and UNESCO Chair Professor in Comparative Education, University of Hong Kong. He handed over the Directorship in 2002 when he became Dean of the HKU Faculty of Education.

 

BOB

Bob Adamson was Director of CERC during 2002. He subsequently moved to the Hong Kong Institute of Education, where he is now Chair Professor of Curriculum Reform.

 

 

MASON

Mark Mason was Director of CERC from 2002 to 2008. He subsequently moved to the Hong Kong Institute of Education and then in 2013 took leave of absence to work in Geneva as Senior Programme Specialist in UNESCO’s International Bureau of Education.

 

 

Rui Yang

Yang Rui was Director of CERC from 2008 to 2010. He remains in HKU as a member of the CERC Management Committee and is a Professor in the Division of Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education with particular focus on education in China and issues of globalisation.

 

 

CESHK 2015

 

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