Call for papers

Participants who want to present their work at the 35th Annual Conference of ATEE are invited to submit an abstract of their contribution. Please, observe the following deadlines.

Submission of abstracts: 10th May, 2010
Notification of acceptance: 31st May, 2010
Full paper submission: You can upload the full-text of your presentation any time till the beginning of the conference
Submission of final paper for proceedings: 15th November, 2010

ATEE policy requires that papers be:

  • related to the conference theme;
  • or, of interest to RDC sub-themes;
  • or, of interest to teacher education and development in general.
Contributors can submit proposals for individual papers, workshops, symposia or poster presentations. A brief description of each type of contribution is provided below.

Types of contributions

Individual papers
Individual papers will be presented within the framework of parallel sessions. If possible, papers will be arranged in thematic groups. Each presentation will be allocated about 20 minutes of time, followed by 10 minutes of discussion.
Workshops
The aim of a workshop is to create an interactive and active learning forum in which scholars and practitioners can be inspired by colleagues. A workshop will take one and a half hours.
Posters
The aim of poster presentations is to provide a forum for researchers who are not yet able to present their results, but want to discuss their research design, methods etc., or to provide a forum for practitioners who want to discuss a design for in-service learning practice. The posters will be linked to opportunities for round table discussions.
Symposia
A symposium is a group of 2 to 4 presentations (preferably 2 or 3 speakers plus a discussant) devoted to a specific topic and is one and a half to two hours in length. Proposals should address topics of broad concern to the participants. Symposia should be submitted as single submissions by the symposium organiser/convenor.

General guidelines for abstracts

  • In order to submit an abstract, you need to complete a proposal form. To access the proposal form, first you will have to register under 'Registration'. After registration you need to log in this site with your e-mail address and password, and you can Submit your proposal. Please, note, that your registration will be regarded as preliminary, and you will not have to pay the conference fee until your proposal has been accepted.
  • All abstracts should be submitted in English, which is the official language of the conference.
  • Abstracts and papers should be submitted electronically. All abstracts should be in MS Word, font size 12, Times New Roman.
  • Abstracts of individual papers, posters or workshops should be approximately 500 words in Word format.
  • Abstracts of symposia should consist of an (up to 500 words) overview, followed by an (up to 500 words) abstract of each paper, sent in Word format as an attachment file.
  • All submissions will be assessed in a double review process by the scientific committee of the ATEE 2010 Conference on merit and relevance to the conference themes.
  • If accepted, conference papers should be no longer than 5,000 words (in total!). Submissions must be full papers. Information on submission of full papers will be provided with the letter of acceptance.
  • Selected papers will be published in the conference  proceedings.