13th International EMASA Conference (2012)
We are very pleased to confirm Dr Mamphela Ramphele as our keynote speaker on Saturday evening. Dr Ramphele leads a list of prominent speakers appearing at the conference. All are renowned players in the education industry, and well worth listening to.
The final programme is available here
The Benefits of Education Leadership and Student Success beyond the learning institutions
(i) Connecting Learning Needs with Outcomes and Success of Students,
(ii) Curriculum Design and Instructional Improvement,
(iii) Development of People and Curriculum Evaluation,
(iv) Institutional Management,
(v) Individual and Group Leadership Skills
Who should attend?
Academics, practitioners, officials of education departments at national, provincial and district levels, principals, educators and trade union members, members from the NGO sector, youth leaders, and Honours, Masters and Doctoral students and members of political parties.
Call for papers
The call for papers for the conference is open. Please read below for full details on the types of contributions, the criteria for selection, guidelines for the preparation of abstracts, technical requirements for the full paper and deadlines.
Registered EMASA Members: R2000
Non-EMASA members: R2400
Students (presenting papers): R1500
Students (not presenting papers) [only unemployed students]: R1800
This includes: Tea on Friday with registration, tea during conference breaks, lunch (Saturday and Sunday).
Full conference payment must reach EMASA by30 June 2012.
Travel and Accommodation
XL Millennium Travel is able to assist anyone needing travel, transfers or accommodation. Please contact Tarryn Langford on tel: +27 -11 453 1401, or fax: +27 -11 453-1404 or by
Please indicate on the registration form whether you would like to attend the Finger Fork dinner on Friday, 27 July. The cost is R73.00 per person.
For enquiries, please contact Tarryn Langford on tel: +27 -11 453 1401, or fax: +27 -11 453-1404 or by e-mail: email@example.com