II. International Dynamic, Explorative and Active Learning (IDEAL) Conference

II. International Dynamic, Explorative and Active Learning (IDEAL) Conference

Conference Theme: Participatory Educational Research

November 5-7, 2015

Amasya University, Amasya, Turkey

We are pleased to announce II. International Dynamic, Explorative, and Active Learning (IDEAL) conference. The second meeting of the series will be hosted by Amasya University in Amasya, TURKEY.

For this second meeting, we seek for both research and theoretical papers delving into a deep understanding of dynamic, explorative, visual, and/or active learning in disciplines of education.

Technology lies at the heart of the IDEAL Conference series. We are specifically concerned about the ways in which technology is used as a learning agent to achieve learning objectives addressing the needs of Net Generation, the generation who grows up in technology, and the evolving learning practices concerning this new generation as well as using technology in extending learners’ cognitive abilities by benefitting from technology.

We encourage researchers to submit papers that:

present innovative approaches of using technology in dynamic, explorative and active, visual learning, and/or any combination of these;
report research on dynamic, explorative, and/or active as well as visual learning;
stimulate our thoughts to advance in current practices on the use of technology;
encourage scholarly inquiry related to the needs of Net Generation;
explore the evolution of learning styles of Net Generation.
Also, we would like to hear about:

Student experience in using technology in classroom;
Student experience in using technology while doing homework;
Classroom implementation of current technologies at any discipline and any level;
Teacher reflections on implementing technology into their classroom;
Pre-service teacher expectations of using technology;
Online collaborations involving dynamic and/or explorative learning;
Future expectations of students, in-service teachers, pre-service teachers, educators and policy makers;
Educator reflections on the current implementation of technology at any level and discipline;
All proceedings will be peer-reviewed. All proceedings will be published in the Participatory Educational Research Procedia Vol 1, Issue 1. Moreover, the authors of the promising papers will be invited to publish the extended version of their work to one of the sponsoring Journals.

Sponsor Journals:

Participatory Educational Research http://www.partedres.com
Eurasian Journal of Physics and Chemistry Education
Amasya Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi
International Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications
The International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology
International Online Journal of Education and Teaching
International Women Online Journal of Distance Education
Journal of Turkish Science Education
Journal of Research in Education and Teaching
Journal of Educational and Instructional Studies in the World
Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education/
Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies

Conference Themes

Participatory Educational Research
Dynamic Learning
Explorative Learning
Visual Learning
Dynamic and Interactive Mathematics Learning Environments (DIMLE)
Dynamic and Interactive Science Learning Environments (DISLE)
Cyber Learning
Interactive Learning
Computer Based Mathematics Education
Computer Based Science Education
Net Generation
Web 2.0 Technologies
Web 3.0 Technologies
Virtual Reality for Education
Smart Technologies for Education
Haptic Technologies
Educational Games
Foreign Language Education
Translation and Interpreting Training
Mobile Learning
Blended Learning
Media Literacy
Digital Literacy