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Established on September 18th, 2002 in Chicago, the USA, International Association of Educators (INASED) is a non-profit, non-partisan and non-governmental international organization which aims to develop new pedagogies and alternative languages for the cross-cultural communication and understanding. The association provides the glocal  communications spheres for its members  from 46 countries and 1250 different universities in order to contribute to the world peace through dialogue and  education.  

 

INASED promotes educational theory and practice worldwide through publications, conferences, cross-cultural activities, international projects, research, online networking and professional development. Furthermore, the association strives to determine the quality standards of educational research in twenty-nine different disciplines of the following programs:


Environmental Education
Child Development and Education
Democracy and Human Rights Education
Educational Administration
Educational Policy Studies
Curriculum and Instruction
Instructional Technologies
Science Education
Mathematics Education
Elementary Education
Fine Arts Education
Early Childhood Education
Special Education
Teacher Education
Guidance and Counseling in Education
Social Science Education (History, Geography, Literature) 
Physical Training and Sports Education
Technical and Vocational Education
Foreign Language Education
Language and Literacy Education
Educational Psychology
Educational Measurement and Evaluation
Higher Education
Religious Education
Philosophy of Education and Pedagogy of Human Love
History of Education
Public Education and Life-long learning
Music Education
Engineering Education
 

INASED  also encourages its members to pursue, publish, present and disseminate empirical research, theoretical statements, and philosophical arguments on the current issues and future conceptions of educational theory and practice in the cross-cultural communication, international politics, conflict resolution, multicultural education and other fields  in order to strengthen the understanding of world peace in the academic and professional and non- professional fields.          

 

                                                                                                                                                

 

 

 

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