CSSE’s annual conference is Canada’s largest gathering of researchers, scholars, graduate students, and practitioners in education. Our mandate is to build connections among educational researchers and those in the field, including teachers, education assistants, school psychologists, school and school district administrators, and others. Join this dynamic four-day conference focusing on theory and praxis in every facet of education, including teacher education, educational psychology, curriculum studies, Indigenous education, women in education, educational foundations, educational research, and comparative & international education. Programming includes a special emphasis on knowledge mobilization, designed for educational practitioners and others working in the field. Knowledge mobilization sessions are scheduled on Sunday, June 2nd, to facilitate attendance. Teachers, school psychologists, education assistants, principals, superintendents, and more are very welcome at our conference.
The first draft of the CSSE 2019 conference program is now available. You can use the search feature in Adobe Reader to search for a word in the title or the name of the author.To request minor edits (title, name, spelling, affiliation), please contact the Michael Holden at firstname.lastname@example.org. Changes that involve moving sessions are unlikely to be accommodated. If you are no longer planning to present at the conference, please inform Mike Holden and your program chair. The deadline to request minor edits is March 11, 2019.
We encourage all delegates to use the conference app (to be released later this spring) instead of requesting a print program. Printed copies of the program will only be available for distribution at the conference to registered delegates who have pre-purchased a copy with their registration payment. If you have already registered for Congress but did not pre-purchase a program, you can return to your registration and add that option.
Many visitors to Canada need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) or a visitor visa. Delegates can find out if they need an eTA or a visa and if they need to give biometrics. While some delegates may not need an eTA or a visa to visit or transit through Canada, they will still need to:
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Special Event Code for this event is: 19CSSC
All delegates, including CSSE members, must register for both the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences and for the CSSE conference. Further information about costs can be located at https://csse-scee.ca/conference/conference-registration-2019/. Registration must be done through Congress portal: https://www.congress2019.ca/register.
CSSE does offer travel support to graduate students attending the CSSE conference. A form will be available closer to the conference date on the CSSE Web site.
Only the major form of transportation may be declared – plane, train, bus and/or car; taxis to and from points of departure and arrival are not allowed. Claims will be based on receipts submitted with maximums based on gateways fares supplied on the form. Reimbursement will be based on actual money paid for the transportation. We do not reimburse the value of “loyalty” points.
Amount of support:
Since the percentage of reimbursement will not be known until all claims are received and a comparison is made with the amount made available by CSSE, it is impossible to say what is the reimbursement will be. In the past few years, we have been able to reimburse between 23% and 33% of the allowed claim submitted.
CSSE reserves the right to adjust any claim to conform to these guidelines.
Payments are typically made in October or November.
Accommodation must be booked through the Congress site: https://www.congress2019.ca/plan-your-trip/accommodations. If you are planning to stay on campus, we recommend that you book your residence room without delay. We understand that some residences are already sold out.
Notifications will be sent to presenters beginning January 26th, 2019.