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sig_on_designing_educational_systems [2015/01/31 23:55] (current)
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 +SIG Chair: Ockie Bosch
  
 +o.bosch@uq.edu.au
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 +You are invited to submit papers that respond generally to the overall theme of the conference and specifically to ideas expressed in one of the questions that align with the 53rd Conference and Annual Meeting of ISSS:
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 +  * What can the sciences of complexity teach us about educational systems design that is concerned with democratic practice, social justice and sustainability?​
 +  * What is the nature of the relationship between education, educational systems, and democratic consciousness?​
 +  * How do we educate future generations of citizens (local, national and global citizens) to manage information and make socially responsible decisions?
 +  * How do we create and nurture educational systems that serve human needs while also protecting our resources (intellectual,​ aesthetic, moral, cultural and natural resources) for future generations?​
 +The theme for the Designing Educational Systems SIG is focused on creating the human condition through designing educational systems that serve humanity and foster democratic civil society.
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 +Papers are solicited that fit within the following ideas:
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 +  * Educational Systems Design as Social Discourse and Social Action – Designing educational systems that address issues of social justice, equity, and caring in the context of growing diversity and globalization of society. Specifically,​ types/​examples of social discourse, including dialogue, ethical, and design, and how these types of discourse are used in the creation and sustainment of educational systems that contribute to democratization levels of society.
 +  * Educational Systems Design in the Service of Sustainability – Examining how systems and educational scholars and practitioners–scholarly practitioners–can serve on the behalf of “sustainability” by seeking to create new relationships within and across boundaries of existing social systems, and/or addresses the potential of diversity and complexity in the solving of human problems. Research papers, philosophical position papers, and theoretical papers that reflect considerations for Education in the Service of sustainability particularly as related to educational systems design and creating alternative future possibilities.
 +  * Designing Democratic Educational Systems through Design – Seeking models, exemplars, and idealized designs of educational systems that are “public spheres”, premised on dialogue and democracy, with the purpose of reconnecting individual citizens and creating an authentically engaged public who embraces the responsibility for the education of future generations.
 +  * The Complexity of Educating Society, Locally and Globally toward Democracy and Sustainability,​ through Educational Systems – Understanding the complexity of educational systems and role educational systems play in democracy and sustainability of national and global society. Research papers, philosophical position papers, and theoretical papers that reflect considerations for the systemic relationship of all social systems, particularly as related to educational systems design focused on ensuring sustainability of intellectual,​ aesthetic, moral, cultural and natural resources.
 +  * Integrating Educational Systems through Design – Investigating models, studies, and position papers that focus on how educational systems (i.e., public education and higher education, systems education and K-12 education, parochial education and public education, etc.) have been integrated through systems design and how these integrated systems have incorporated complexity and democracy to addressed social issues and cultural problems in ways that hold promise and potential for serving humanity’s needs.
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 +An opening general session for the SIG will be scheduled to present the week's program. The sessions will be organized so as to maximize interaction among presenters and participants. Each presenter is asked to include with their abstracts a set of 3-5 “trigger” questions selected to promote/​provoke a conversation about the presenter'​s issue or premise. Presenters are asked not to read their papers, but rather present their work in a conversational style that invites participation from the audience in attendance.
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 +Presentation Format: Presenters should bring 20 copies of their papers, along with triggering questions that may be used to guide conversations. These will be made available to interested participants.
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 +See other [[Special Integration Groups]]
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