Submission of proposals: 1 July, 2024 – 10 November, 2024 
Notification of acceptance: 15 December, 2024  
 

Formats

Proposals should be submitted for one of the strands and in one of the following formats:

Paper presentation

Papers present reports of significant work in empirical research and development related to any of the themes of the conference.

Poster presentation

Poster sessions enable researchers to demonstrate and discuss their latest results and developments in progress in order to gain feedback and to establish contact with similar projects.

Roundtable

These sessions allow maximum interaction in informal, small-group discussions on a single topic. The format is appropriate for papers, projects, or work-in-progress that encourage discussion. Roundtables typically share a room with 4-6 other concurrently held Roundtables. Roundtables are also appropriate for discussion of instructional strategies, procedures, and evaluation procedures. The idea is not to give a definitive workshop on the topic but to provide participants with enough information to help them decide whether their needs can be met with the program or procedure.

Workshop

Workshops are intended to enhance the skills and broaden the perspectives of their attendees through experiential activities and interactive discussions. Clear description of the objectives and the intended audience (experience level and prerequisites) are essential.

 

Proposals should include the following: 


• Aims and Theoretical Framework and/or Background information (max. 150 words)
• Research methodology / Workshop description / Project details and sources used (max. 150 words) 
• (Expected) Outcomes and findings (max. 100 words) 
• References (between 3 and 8) + 5 key words.

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Scientific Committee

Manal Yazbak Abu AHMAD,
associate professor, Sakhnin College for Teacher Education, Israel
Hana ALHADI,
independent researcher, Slovenia
Ferenc ARATÓ,
assistant professor, Pécs University, Hungary
Mattia BAIUTTI,
research and training coordinator, Fondazione Intercultura, Italy
Márta BARBARICS,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Marija BARTULOVIC,
associate professor, Department of Pedagogy, Zagreb University, Croatia
Leslie BASH,
vice-president of IAIE, honorary reader, University College London, United Kingdom
Rita DIVÉKI,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Barry van DRIEL,
president of IAIE, Netherlands
Barbara GROSS,
associate professor, Chemnitz University, Germany
Dorottya HOLLÓ,
associate professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Katalin HUBAI,
school-based mentor, PhD candidate, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Gabriella JENEI,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Krisztina KÁROLY,
full professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Ildikó LÁZÁR,
associate professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Thomas MANSELL,
assistant lecturer, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Martha MONTERO-SIEBURTH,
professor emerita, lecturer, Amsterdam University College, Netherlands
Nektaria PALAIOLOGOU,
associate professor, Hellenic Open University, Greece
Anna PERESZLÉNYI,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Agostino PORTERA,
associate professor, University of Verona, Italy
Francis PRESCOTT,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Miri SHONFELD,
associate professor, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, Israel
Éva SZABÓ,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Margit SZESZTAY,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Anat ZIFF,
visiting professor at IE School of Politics, Economics and Global Affairs, IE University, Madrid, Spain
Anna ZÓLYOMI,
assistant professor, DELP, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary