Learning Sciences Graduate Student Conference

September 20-22, 2019, Northwestern Unversity

Theme

Description of Conference

The Learning Sciences Graduate Student (LSGS) Conference is an event for emerging voices in the Learning Sciences and related fields to share and develop their ideas. With the aim of expanding apprenticeship, conference attendees have opportunities to foster a sense of community among graduate students and faculty across Learning Sciences programs and gain fresh perspectives on their research. This year, we have added an optional workshop day before the conference. This day will be an opportunity to learn a new skill, connect with peers, and interact with a faculty mentor.

2019 Conference

The fourth annual conference will be hosted by Northwestern University.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 TO SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2019 in Evanston, IL

Schedule

Theme

Contexts, Complexity, and Communities: Reflecting on and Reshaping Research on Learning

Contexts

Places we work

Complexity

Multipolar, multidirectional

Communities

Where we live

Question

Reflection and reshaping

Submit Your Work

Call for Proposals

Visiting Northwestern

Where to Stay Things to Do

Schedule

Northwestern University| School of Education and Social Policy

Friday, September 20th| Workshop Day

Saturday, September 21st| First Day of Conference

Sunday, September 22nd| Second Day of Conference

Conference Planning Team

Submissions and Reviews| Trey Smith, Ally Reith

Website and Social Media| Kit Martin

Workshops and Faculty Speakers| Ava Jackson, Nikki McDaid-Morgan

Recruitment, Registration, and Volunteers| Trey Smith, Sugat Dabholkar