We are pleased to announce that the deadline of abstract submission for the 5th International Conference on Education quality has been extended to January 31, 2022.
Nous sommes honorés de vous annoncer que la date limite de soumission des résumés a été reportée au 31 Janvier 2022.
to be held at the Innovation City, Agadir, Morocco, 9th– 11th March 2022
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are delighted to announce that the call for paper abstracts for the 5th International Conference on Quality in Education to be held in March 2022, at the Innovation City, Agadir, Morocco, is now open. We would like to encourage the education research community, and those professionals with extensive experiential knowledge, to submit abstracts for presentation at this event.
The theme of this fifth conference is Inclusion, Equality and Diversity – Critical Perspectives, Global Challenges and Local Needs. This theme will be critically explored through perspectives from different global settings and all levels of education, including early childhood, primary, secondary, higher education and vocational training. The event will offer a unique opportunity for internationally prominent keynote speakers and researchers across the globe, to gather and share perspectives on a variety of local issues and global challenges regarding education quality. ICEQ 2022 provides for researchers, practitioners and students to contribute scientifically and empirically to the enrichment and success of this event. The conference transcends politics as the ICEQ is an apolitical and ethical association.
Abstracts for papers can be submitted electronically via the conference website. Abstracts may be submitted for:
- Individual paper presentation of 20 minutes. Individual papers will be grouped into symposium groups of three by theme
- Poster/Video presentation: selected posters/videos will be organized in panel sessions for participants to interact with poster/video presenters.
- A self-organized symposium – around one of the strands as a session of 60 minutes – 3 papers. This may be extended depending on the number of papers.
- Anticipating Inclusion through Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning.
- Making Inclusion and Exclusion Visible: Moving Beyond Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
- Making Equity Possible: Social, Cultural and Linguistic Diversity and Intersectionality
- Promoting Inclusive Communities and Cultures through use of Technology
- Maximizing Participation through Systems and Processes: National and Local Policy Initiatives
- COVID-19: Challenges, Opportunities and Inequalities in Educational Contexts
- Developing Inclusive Policies and Practices for International Migrants
- Creating Inclusive Learning Communities: Engaging with Key Stakeholders, from Policy to Practice
All presented papers will be invited for publication in the peer-reviewed conference book to be published by Ibn Zohr University. A selection of papers will be considered for publication beyond the university book.
Abstracts should be between 250 and 300 words excluding the title and author’s information
Abstracts must be submitted electronically via the conference portal
by 11:59 p.m., UTC, 31 Janvier 2022.
All abstracts will be published in the electronic abstract book. Abstracts may be submitted in one of the 3 following categories:
- Individual Research Paper– Oral Presentation (20 minutes) or self-organized symposium – 3 papers (60 minutes- extendable depending on the number of papers)
These papers will reflect academically rigorous research intended to add to and develop existing body of knowledge.
- Positional, Theoretical or Professional Paper – Oral Presentation (20 minutes) or self-organized symposium – 3 papers (60 minutes- extendable depending on the number of papers). These papers will reflect theoretical positions or policy/professional initiatives, or experiential case studies intended to use to add to and develop to the existing body of theoretical and experiential knowledge.
- Poster/video Presentation – An illustrated presentation, to be on display during the conference on the conference platform, will be organized in discussion panels to allow delegates to interact with the presenters.
All abstracts must be submitted in English, French or Arabic.
Category 1: Research Paper – Oral Presentation
Rationale: should indicate the key purpose of the research such as the statement of the problem, a novel idea or a knowledge gap in the field. This should lead to declaration of the objective(s) of your research and its added value.
Ethical Considerations: should indicate how you ensured the research was conducted in an ethical manner.
Methodology: should explain your approach, data collection tools, and the procedures adopted to analyse the data.
Results: should show illustrative examples/statistics of the main findings/results.
Conclusions: should discuss the implications and value of the main findings of the research.
As above or below. Please submit 3 (or more) separate abstracts as one document.
Self – organized symposium – should indicate the title of the symposium or panel, plus names and affiliations of all participants in the session, including the chair. An overview of 300 words should be submitted by the symposium/panel organizer/chair. Each presenter in the symposium must submit (via the Chair) an abstract as above in addition to the overview. Organizers of symposium are encouraged to nominate a central theme (include this in the overview section of the submission) and must nominate a chairperson. This person may also be a presenting member of the symposium. Prior acceptance of all parties to participate must be arranged by the symposium/organizer/chair. It is the responsibility of the symposium/panel organizer, in consultation with the other presenters, to organize the session to allow time for robust discussion and debate with attendees.
Category 2: Positional, Theoretical, or Professional Paper (Oral or Poster)
Rationale: should indicate the background and context, aims, position and theme under consideration. This should lead to declaration of the objective(s) of your paper and its added value to the field.
Ethical Considerations: should indicate the ethical stance of the paper and any challenges or dilemmas faced by you in a professional capacity.
Methodology: should provide brief description of theoretical position – appropriate policy, or professional initiatives, project innovation, case studies and/or evaluation.
Results: should illustrate key points raised by the position paper.
Conclusions: should discuss the implications and value of your paper in relation to research, policy and/or professional practice.
Category 3: Poster Session (Research or Theoretical Paper)
Poster sessions will include photo/infographic and video/documentary presentations. Both should contain the key elements as given for oral presentations but with graphical/visual illustrations. They will be displayed for the duration of the conference on the conference platform with presenting authors to be available for designated panels to discuss their research. Authors will not give an oral presentation. Poster/video panels will be limited to answering queries by participants about their research.
The photo/infographic submission is an interpreted photo of the conference theme. The image should depict one of the themes that are being discussed in the conference. The photo/infographic should be 1 page and should be submitted in one of the following formats: JPEG or PNG. A 100-word description should be submitted with the photo in word and PDF format.
The video/documentary submission must be a creative and innovative interpretation of the participants’ understanding of the theme of the conference. The video should be 2 to 3 minutes in length and the resolution must be at least 1080 pixels. The video must be submitted in one of the following formats: MP4, MOV, AVI together with a 100-word description explaining the video in Word and PDF format. The video must be in or have subtitles in English. QR code can be submitted as well. Participants’ are required to upload their video link and QR code on the conference platform.
Abstracts will be evaluated on quality of writing, and their capacity to communicate the purpose of the presentation in a coherent and scholarly manner. Please consider the following criteria when preparing your abstract:
- Contemporary significance and/or scholarly relevance
- Conceptual, methodological and theoretical soundness
- Disciplined, focused and persuasive argument
- Coherent organization and clarity of written expression
- Reference to appropriate literature
- Relevance to the conference strands and themes
It is a requirement that presenters whose abstract has been accepted and who wish to present their research must register to attend the full conference. If co-authors of the same paper also wish to present, they must also register for the full conference.
Authors may offer no more than two abstract submissions in which they appear as the lead author.
Conference attendees may not present more than two symposia.
The Conference Advisory Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any submissions.
The acceptance of an abstract does not imply provision of travel, accommodation or registration for the conference, nor any other costs associated with preparation or presentation of the abstract, or attendance at the conference.