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Submission Guidelines

In order to submit your abstract, please use this link. 


The conference aims to explore the notion of teacher education contexts, through the five sub-themes but in their broadest sense and to have a strong connection with research-based evidence. Conference proposals can be research paper sessions, posters or symposia. 

All those planning to present a paper / poster or participate in a symposium at the conference need to submit an abstract.  Abstracts will be blind reviewed by two reviewers and included in the Book of Abstracts.  

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to 29 February 2016 and notification of acceptance will be sent to the author by 31 March 2016.  Late submissions may not be considered. The conference language will be English. 

Presenters also have the opportunity of submitting the full paper once their abstract is accepted. All abstracts and papers must be in English.



Abstracts should be of up to 300 words in length, including keywords and title.

In order to submit your abstract, please use the following link

If you are a new user, you will need to sign up for an EasyChair account by following the instructions available at the following url. 


Criteria for the evaluation of papers

Reviewers will evaluate papers according to the following criteria:

1. Does the paper clearly address at least one of the central goals of the TEPE Network?

2. Does the paper present innovative ideas and new knowledge on the subject under examination?

3. Does the paper present clear policy recommendations related to teacher education?

4. Does the paper fit with the expected requirements, including references and quality of language?

Last Updated: 15 February 2016

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