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Luisa Orticelli Pinto During lunch or break times I would love to see "round table discussion" opportunities, does anyone else agree? For example, tables could have a specific country or region and attendees could go to a specific table to discuss questions they may have about evaluation in those specific regions to see how others evaluate them. Another idea is to have an opportunity for round table discussions with those that work for universities to build relationships and sharing of information.
0June 18, 2019 06:56:47 PM
Ena Chaisson Love this idea! I'm game to sit and answer questions about Canada as best I can with a promise to answer specifics after the conference. My research has focused on documents in higher ed in Canada for admissions purposes and helping new evaluators gain confidence and skills in evaluation at an undergraduate teaching university in Canada.
0August 28, 2019 01:13:09 PM
Timothy Kell Luisa and Ena- I love the idea- but it needs someone to make it happen. Would either of you be interested in taking the lead on implementing this? Contact me directly by email and we can discuss more.
0August 28, 2019 01:26:07 PM
Ena Chaisson Email sent.
0September 19, 2019 10:46:43 AM
Kate Freeman TAICEP's Certification Committee is looking for presenters for a 1/2-day workshop on the Bologna Process that will be offered at the 2019 conference. Completion of this workshop will lead to a TAICEP certificate. The Committee is preparing the curriculum to be covered. Presenters are free to determine how they would like to present the curriculum. Please contact me if you're interested in being a presenter.
0February 13, 2019 09:42:45 PM
Peggy Hendrickson I would be very interested in co-presenting with someone, but my creativity just isn't flowing so I have no brilliant ideas. (I mean, I always have a list of possible article or session ideas, but none of them are grabbing me today.) I'm a generalist who has presented on the past on country updates (specializing in Asian and African regions, verification and fraud, resources, and more. I'm kind of interested in doing a Francophone Africa session unless that's already being covered, but I'm open to a variety. Let me know if you're interested in talking about ideas or would like a co-presenter with lots of experience in both the public research university and private evaluation sector.
0January 23, 2019 08:53:13 PM
Peggy Hendrickson
0January 23, 2019 08:53:33 PM
Jade Jiang Rieger Hello. I am submitting a propsal on the educational system and its credentials of Vietnam. If you are interested in co-presenting, please email me at . Thank you.
0January 23, 2019 03:20:06 PM
Ms. Marybeth Gruenewald Greetings from a very snowy Wisconsin! I am interested in possibly presenting a professional development session on the Basics of cross cultural communication. If someone is interested in copresenting with me or being a Chair, please email me at with the Subject Line: TAICEP 2019 Proposal. Thanks for reading. Mb
0January 30, 2019 02:27:30 AM
Dr. Patrick Leahy I'm thinking about proposing a panel on international summer programs in East Asia and the transfer of credit. Varying institutional policies and practices regarding these programs and the transfer of credit would be the focus. Is anyone interested in this topic as well as co-presenting on it?
0January 16, 2019 08:27:37 PM
Mr. Roger Hur Let me know if you have any questions about Vancouver, I can be your man on the street. Cheers.
0January 10, 2019 05:50:00 PM
Ena Chaisson Great idea! I will be in early on the Sunday before and I'm sure others will be as well. A pre-Conference Canadian Coffee Chat maybe?
0August 28, 2019 01:10:32 PM
Mr. Andrew Goss I'm interested in presenting on an institutional perspective on transnational secondary school programs. At Indiana University we see a fair amount of them and I'd love to not just share what we do but see how others treat the programs. I'd also like to get some MOE, NARIC or other government organizations opinions as well. Please send me an e-mail at if you are interested in Co-Presenting
0January 08, 2019 05:17:02 PM
Basirat Agboola Hello everyone, I'm interested in submitting a proposal exploring the collective support we can give to newly established national qualification bodies around the popular international qualifications offered at the high school level (e.g. IB, UK curriculum, US curriculum). I have noticed increasing demand from these stakeholders especially around 1) establishing equivalence to the local qualifications, 2) understanding and communicating critical reforms/subject refresh, 3) facilitating progression across different education pathways offered in country and of course into national universities who themselves may have also have had limited exposure to these international qualifications in the past. Format still tbc but definitely want to see a high degree of interactivity and cross stakeholder perspectives. Please get in contact if you are interested in scoping this out more and co-presenting
0December 13, 2018 03:22:15 PM

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