Call for papers is now closed!!
Abstract submissions closed on Sunday 31 March!
The Conference theme for 2013 is ‘Knowledge makers and notice takers: teacher education research impacting policy and practice’ andthe program will explore the following broad topic areas:
- Knowledge Making: new understandings for effective teacher education
- Notice Takers: messages from research to inform educational policy
- Impacting Practice: innovations in teacher education
Submissions will be accepted on the basis that at least one presenter must register and attend the Conference. All proposals should be submitted via the ATEA website www.atea.edu.au by completing the online form.
Call for papers closed on Sunday 31 March, 2013!
In 2013, participants will have the option to participate in four types of presentations:
- Paper presentation - this involves a single or multiple author presentation of completed research. Authors are invited to submit a paper (3,000 words plus references) for reviewing and inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Time allocation: 30 minutes.
- Symposium - this involves multiple authors presenting their completed research on a similar topic in a session with a discussant. Authors are encouraged to submit one document with multiple papers for reviewing and inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Time allocation: 90 minutes.
- Roundtable - this involves a table of 5-6 presenters and provides the ideal opportunity for some sustained discussion on a research project. Individual presentations are limited to 5 to 10 minutes, with some planned questions and topic areas for discussion; and the remaining 20 to 25 minutes used for group discussion. Presenters are invited to submit a paper (3,000 words plus references) for reviewing and inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Total time allocation for roundtable: 60 minutes.
- Posters - This year’s conference will be utilising the venue’s state of the art facilities by presenting posters in electronic format for the first time. Poster presenters are asked to prepare their posters using Microsoft PowerPoint (4:3 size setup). Poster presenters should prepare no more than three content slides to communicate the subject of their posters. Posters will then be presented during a designated timeslot in the program, in an informal ‘speed-dating’ style session, with approximately 5 minutes allocated to each poster presentation. Fellow delegates will have the chance to go between posters at their leisure and interact with the poster presenters.
There are some useful websites with advice about poster presentation, including (but not only): http://www.siam.org/meetings/guidelines/poster.php
Contributors need to clearly identify the category or type of presentation being submitted. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Committee. Abstracts accepted for presentation at the Conference must include all details outlined in the format requirements.
Papers submitted for peer review and publication in the Conference Proceedings should be 3,000 words in length plus references. Papers exceeding this word limit will not be reviewed.
|8 February 2013||abstract submission opens|
|28 March 2013||registration opens|
|31 March 2013||abstract submission closes|
|18 April 2013||notification of acceptance into program|
|1 May 2013||full papers due for blind peer review due|
|31 May 2013||early bird registration closes|
Please follow the instructions listed on the abstract submission portal when submitting your abstract. Your abstract should be prepared based on the following guidelines:
|Font||Times New Roman|
|Font size||12 point|
|Word count||300 words|
|Email contact||Email contact address is required|
Please ensure that the details of all authors are entered at the time of abstract submission. Abstracts are to be no longer than 300 words in length (excluding references).
Abstracts can be submitted via the online submission portal on the ATEA website until 31 March 2013.
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