Post-Conference Workshops

Post-Conference Workshops

Important Notes:

  • You can register and make payment online. In addition, you could contact the head of the local organizing committee, the regional director of ICIE, or the director of the ICIE.
  • Post-Conference workshops will be organized in two sessions. The first session starts at 9:00 a.m. and includes (8) workshops. The second session starts at 13:00 p.m. and includes (8) workshops. It is recommended that you register one workshop in each session.
  • All workshops will be conducted in English.
  • The registration fee is 50 Euro per workshop. The fees could be paid by any method of payment specified in the website of the conference.
  • The payments will be invoiced by the ICIE in (Euro), and will include VAT (or Tax) when applicable.
  • For more details, click on the line (i.e., Code; Title, Conductor).

Thursday (July 10, 2014): 09-12 Morning Workshops:

Code

Title

Conductor

W1 Creativity, Innovation, and Leadership. Todd Lubart, Paris Descartes University, France.
W2 Problem Based Learning. Heinz Neber, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W3 Advanced Models in e-Learning: Renzulli Learning System (RLS). Sandra K. Linke, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W4 Learning Through Storyboarding and the Digital Camera. Maher Bahloul & Nikos Theodosakis, Education Through Arts Institute, France.
W5 Developing Active Learning Classroom Experiences with Tablet PCs and Slate Devices. Joseph G. Tront & Jane C. Prey, Virginia Tech; National Science Foundation, USA.
W6 Evaluation of Potential Creativity (EPoC). Maud Besançon, Paris Descartes University, France. 
W7 Giftedness & Creativity: Developing Productive Thinking Skills. Taisir Subhi Yamin, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W8 WCR: A New Easy-to-Be Administered Test to Assess Creative Thinking Skills. Alessandro Antonietti, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy.

Thursday (July 10, 2014): 13-16 Afternoon Workshops:

Code

Title

Conductor

W9 Creativity, Innovation, and Leadership. Todd Lubart, Paris Descartes University, France.
W10 Problem Based Learning. Heinz Neber, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W11 Advanced Models in e-Learning: Renzulli Learning System (RLS). Sandra K. Linke, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W12 Learning Through Storyboarding and the Digital Camera. Maher Bahloul & Nikos Theodosakis, Education Through Arts Institute, France.
W13 Recognizing and Nurturing the Talent of Lost Prizes. Ken McCluskey, University of Winnipeg, Canada.
W14 Evaluation of Potential Creativity (EPoC). Maud Besançon, Paris Descartes University, France. 
W15 Giftedness & Creativity: Developing Productive Thinking Skills. Taisir Subhi Yamin, ICIE, Ulm – Germany.
W16 WCR: A New Easy-to-Be Administered Test to Assess Creative Thinking Skills. Alessandro Antonietti, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy.

The workshops will be conducted according to the following schedule:

Postconference workshops