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Creativity

JingJyi Wu

Emeritus Professor, National Chengchi University;  Honorary Chair Professor, National Sun Yat-sen University; National Policy Advisor.

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota

Mark Runco

SOU Director of Creativity Research & Programming;

Fellow, International Society of Creativity & Innovation;

Creativity Research Journal (Founding Editor)

Important Dates

Call for paper
2021/04/25
Final deadline for abstract submission
2021/09/30
Notification of acceptance
2021/10/11
Presenter Registration Deadline
2021/10/15
Participant Registration Deadline
2021/11/01
Main Conference
2021/11/13

Hannele Niemi

PhD, Professor, Research Director

UNESCO Chair on Educational Ecosystems for Equity and Quality of Learning

Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Helsinki

 

Community Engagement/Regional Revitalization

 

Laura Ruth Johnson

Dr. Laura Ruth Johnson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment at Northern Illinois University, where she teaches courses in qualitative research methods, including courses in ethnographic research, interview methods, and community-based/participatory action research. She served as founding director of the Family Learning Center, a family literacy program of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, from 1993-1998.  In 2000, she received her master’s degree from the University of California-Berkeley’s Advanced Reading and Language Leadership program, and earned her Ph.D. in Language & Literacy, Society & Culture from the University of California-Berkeley in 2005.  

 

Her research focuses on civic engagement and community involvement among Latinx and African American youth, with an emphasis on pregnant and parenting youth, as well as on community-based qualitative research methods. Her recent book, published in 2017, is entitled Community-based qualitative research: Approaches for education and the social sciences (SAGE Publications). Currently, she is engaged in a collaborative and participatory action research project exploring mentorship and advocacy efforts among pregnant and parenting youth attending an alternative high school in Humboldt Park, Chicago. She is the founder and director Proyecto Atabey, a mentorship and support program for pregnant and parenting youth, and serves as secretary for the board of Youth Connection Charter School. 

Speech Topic:Communities as Intellectual Spaces: Developing Collaborative, Dialogic, and Transformative Research Communities

Atsushi Hayashi

Next Commons Lab Japan

Engage! 2021

presented by  Global Association of Chinese Creativity; NSYSU Social Engagement Center @ National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung ,Taiwan

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