The pre-conference workshops will be aimed at providing interactive contexts for an in-depth examination, discussion and elaboration of theoretical concepts or methodological approaches. The workshops will be organized on August 26th. Each workshop should provide an in-depth introduction to a theoretical or methodological approach, which can be then further explored and critically scrutinized for their potential and limitations to address key issues in research on learning and education.
The workshop program will be announced as soon as possible.
Submit a workshop
The conference will accommodate two invited workshops, each organized by a leading scholar in the field and promote the active participation of the audience. Other workshops should be proposed by participants submitting a proposal through the submission system.
Proposal for workshops should include a 150 words short abstract and an extended summary up to 500 words (excluding references*) and should contain: 1) the topic of the workshop, 2) a rationale why this important, 3) the workshop objectives, 4) a description of the activities planned for the workshop, 5) the contribution expected from the participants, 6) possible outcomes. Authors are invited to include in their proposal also a brief description of how they will solicit participation. If the event is accepted they will be asked to prepare a call for proposals to be posted on the conference website. The title should be up to 100 characters (including spaces).
*NOTE on use of references
The conference submission system allows adding references that amount maximum 150 words, that can be added to the 500 words extended abstract. Please, keep this in mind when preparing your submission.