Conference formats

Submissions are welcome in three formats: symposium, paper and poster. Abstracts are submitted electronically by uploading them to the conference website. One participant may be a first author of no more than two presentations. In addition, one participant may act once as a chairperson of a symposium and once as a discussant. One paper (presented either at a symposium or a thematic session) or one poster may have no more than five authors.
 
Symposium sessions
Symposium sessions are organized and facilitated by a chairperson, and the discussant is also nominated by the chair. A symposium is scheduled for one and a half hours, and is comprised of three or four presentations followed by feedback from the discussant and an open discussion with the audience. Symposium proposals, including the paper abstracts are submitted by the chair. The review results will be sent only to the chair of the symposium, who in turn should inform the presenters. Contributors of the symposia (chairpersons, discussants and presenting authors) should register for the conference before submission.
Submit an abstract of the symposium (2,000 to 3,000 characters) that provides information regarding the aims of the symposium, its scientific and educational relevance and a brief description of the presentations. Also, submit an abstract for each individual paper in the symposium, detailing the
  • (1) aims,
  • (2) theoretical framework,
  • (3) methodology/research design,
  • (4) results and findings, and
  • (5) theoretical and educational significance of the research to be presented.

 
Thematic paper sessions
Papers are organized by the Scientific Program Committee into thematic sessions. These sessions are moderated by a chair appointed by the Committee. Paper sessions are scheduled for one and a half hours, usually with four or five presenters, each followed by a discussion with the audience. The presenting author of the paper should register for the conference before submission.
Submit an abstract detailing the
  • (1) aims,
  • (2) theoretical framework,
  • (3) methodology/research design,
  • (4) results and findings, and
  • (5) theoretical and educational significance of your research.

 
Poster sessions
Posters can be presented in sessions organized by the Scientific Program Committee. These sessions are moderated by a chairperson appointed by the Committee. The presenting author of the poster should register for the conference before submission.
Submit an abstract detailing the
  • (1) aims,
  • (2) theoretical framework,
  • (3) methodology/research design,
  • (4) results and findings, and
  • (5) theoretical and educational significance of your research.

 
Poster guidelines
 
Abstract guidelines
The Scientific Program Committee invites proposals for symposia, paper presentations and posters. For conference proposals submitted in English, please use characters of only the English alphabet. Please note that the information you submit will be published exactly as it was submitted. No editing will take place by the conference organizers.
 
The abstract is a short summary of the material you wish to present (2,000 to 3,000 characters including spaces). The proposals will be reviewed by at least two referees appointed by the Scientific Program Committee, following the review criteria.
 
Suggestions for preparing the abstract
  • The abstract is the basis of the reviewer’s assessment. It is a proposal written to the reviewers containing all the significant details of the study.
  • As there is no space for references, avoid in-text citations as much as possible.
  • The abstract should not contain any information that would identify its author (e.g. self-citation, author’s name, affiliation). Abstracts containing such information are rejected by the Scientific Program Committee, and there is no possibility to re-submit them.

 
Submission guidelines
To submit a proposal, you should log in to the conference site using the e-mail address and password you used to register for the conference. Once logged in, you can upload your proposal under the “Submissions” menu.
 
When submitting your proposal, you will be asked to specify the following:
  • (1) the title of your presentation;
  • (2) the name of the author(s), and their e-mail address and affiliation;
  • (3) 2 to 3 keywords which best represent your proposal;
  • (4) the abstract;
  • (5) the type of the paper/poster (empirical or theoretical).
  • (6) If you wish, you may name the grant or organization funding your research.

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2021-09-16 04:04:07

Proposal submission deadline extended

The deadline for proposal submission for the Training and Practice International Conference on Educational Science 2021 has been extended till Wednesday, 2 June, 24:00 CET.

2021-05-21 14:41:31

Online Registration

Online Registration and Abstract submission open on 20 April 2021

2021-03-12 00:00:01

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