HKERA-APERA International Conference 2021
Connectivity, Inclusivity and Sustainability: Generating Changes and Creating Impacts
Dear fellow educators,
It is our great pleasure to announce the HKERA-APERA International Conference 2021 to take place from December 9th - 11th, 2021.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be virtual, which means you can join us from anywhere around the world! We cordially invite you to take part in this stimulating, borderless, inclusive, and vibrant opportunity to share your views, exchange ideas and disseminate your latest research findings.
The theme of this year’s meeting is Connectivity, Inclusivity and Sustainability: Generating Changes and Creating Impacts. Our virtual platform will bring together educational researchers and practitioners in the Asia Pacific and beyond, and provides ample opportunities for engaging dialogues and exchanges on some of the current and pressing issues in education, such as inclusive and equitable education, digital divide, wellbeing, gender and policy, early years to post-secondary education, value, civic and life education, and the roles of school leaders and teachers in the post-pandemic educational landscape.
We are very honoured to have five leading global voices in education as our keynote speakers at the Conference - Prof A. Lin Goodwin, Prof Ruth Hayhoe, Prof Wing-on Lee, Asso Prof Maria Manzon, and Prof Simon Marginson (in alphabetical order).
Further information about the Conference can be obtained at our Conference website: hkera-apera2021.fed.cuhk.edu.hk
If you wish to submit your paper to the Conference, you may use the following link and submit your abstract(s) via Easychair: https://easychair.org/cfp/hkera-apera2021(Deadline of Second Call: Oct. 1)
We look forward to welcoming you at HKERA-APERA 2021! All the best till we meet.
Alan C. K. Cheung
Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
President, The Hong Kong Educational Research Association
Celeste Y.M. Yuen
Associate Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Vice President, The Hong Kong Educational Research Association