The submission of abstracts must be written in English, be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference, and also have details, at minimum. A paper presents ongoing or completed research and is presented in a paper session consisting of oral presentations and a discussion of papers. Before to submit your proposal into the conference management service please make sure that it covers the question/s driving the research to be reported; the theoretical and methodological perspectives taken; the data or evidence upon which the paper’s argument is founded; and any implications and/or reflections.
Duration of each paper presentation is maximum 15-20 minutes including presentations and questions. Presenters are encouraged to bring full papers to the session. In order to gain time, the presentations should be on a flash drive and loaded onto the lectern laptop prior to the starting of the session. If you have any other audio-visual needs please indicate what they are now and we will try to accommodate them.
Poster Submission: The abstract proposal of poster should illustrate the research methods and outcomes with anacademic focus. Posters must be prepared for the Conference in A0 portrait (84.1 cm wide ×118.9 cm high).
Peer review: Both the abstracts submitted for oral and poster presentations will be selected through based on peer-review process by conference submission system.
Education Reform: In order to make the productions of the conference efficient, the authors are expected to answer this question “What are the implications based on the results of study for potential education reforms? “ in the conclusion remarks in their study.
Important notice: To make this small conference efficient, when the capacity of two day programme ends, the abstract submission system can be closed before the deadline comes.