Call for proposals

Calendar

NEW DEADLINE for abstract submissions: September 10, 2023

Abstract submission deadline: August 30, 2023

Notification of acceptance: October 10, 2023

Deadline for submission of full manuscripts: November 01, 2023

Articles - empirical research

A traditional presentation informed by theory and/or empirical data that generates relevant discussion. Empirical data are collected through systematic observation or experimentation, and the article must be informed by theory. The article must provide a clear research question or hypothesis, a description of the methods used to collect the data and an analysis of the results. The presentation of the article should provoke in-depth discussion, and it may be selected for presentation and discussion.

Brief communication

Initial research idea for validation and debate (pre-article stage). Authors will be grouped together, presenting and discussing in a more informal setting for feedback and development.

Innovative - innovative fieldwork concepts

Written accounts of observations, ideas and data collected during fieldwork. Field notes, reports and other innovative documents.
Authors will be grouped together, presenting and discussing in a more informal setting.

Articles - empirical research

A traditional presentation informed by theory and/or empirical data that generates relevant discussion. Empirical data are collected through systematic observation or experimentation, and the article must be informed by theory. The article must provide a clear research question or hypothesis, a description of the methods used to collect the data and an analysis of the results. The presentation of the article should provoke in-depth discussion, and it may be selected for presentation and discussion.

Innovative - innovative fieldwork concepts

Written accounts of observations, ideas and data collected during fieldwork. Field notes, reports and other innovative documents.
Authors will be grouped together, presenting and discussing in a more informal setting.

Brief communication

Initial research idea for validation and debate (pre-article stage). Authors will be grouped together, presenting and discussing in a more informal setting for feedback and development.

Symposium themes

The International Symposium on Education in Emergencies offers an opportunity to exchange ideas on the following communication themes: research, educational policies, programming, strategies, advocacy, training or other practices or activities:

Thematic focus no. 1 Cross-sectoral collaboration and cross-cutting themes in Education in Emergencies: Cross-sectoral strategy and programming (e.g., Well-being and learning, Climate risk in Education in Emergencies - Child protection, Gender, inter-cluster activities and action plans, etc.).

Thematic area 2 : Education coordination in emergency situations: planning, coordination, leadership, networking, effectiveness and efficiency of emergency, reconstruction and educational development interventions.

Theme 3: Education in Emergencies and the Triple Nexus: Peace, Humanitarian Action and Development, and study of the link within the triptych

Theme 4: Education at the crossroads of emergency policies: rethinking the place of education as a vital need and resource for sustainable development

Theme 5: Curricular and didactic practices in emergency education in a changing world: curricular and didactic devices, pedagogical continuity, innovative alternative pedagogies, digital pedagogy, artificial intelligence, networking tools and platforms, psychosociology of learning in emergency situations, etc.

Conditions for presenters

SUBMISSION CONDITIONS

  • Summary of 150 to 200 words for all types of proposal
  • Theauthor 's namemust not be mentioned in the main text of the abstract (double-blind correction).
  • Indicate whether the abstract is based on research in progress or on work already completed
  • Manuscripts must be written in French, English or Portuguese.
  • Include references in the abstract only if they are essential ( references will not be counted towards the 200-word limit).
  • Identify the chosen communication method and theme.

Specific conditions

  • The author or contributor may co-author several proposals, but may make only one presentation.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published on the symposium website.
  • Accepted proposals can be presented during the symposium, either on-site or online. Registration is compulsory.
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Conditions for authors

SUBMISSION CONDITIONS

  • 150- to 200-word summary for all proposal types
  • Anonymity (double blind correction): The name of the author must not be mentioned in the main text of the abstract.
  • Mention of research stage: Indicate whether the abstract is based on research in progress or on work that has already been finalized.
  • Languages accepted: Manuscripts must be written in French, English or Portuguese.
  • Use of references: Only include references in your abstract if they are absolutely essential to understanding your proposal. References do not count towards the 200-word limit.

Specific conditions

  • The author or contributor may co-author several proposals, but may make only one presentation.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published on the symposium website.

Abstract evaluation criteria

Each abstract will be blind reviewed by at least two members of the reading committee and assessed against each of the following criteria:

  • Relevance: does the article directly address the theme and topics of the symposium?
  • Scientific originality: are there any new ideas, arguments, discoveries, methodologies or ways of approaching the subject?
  • Clarity and consistency of the survey or activity or conceptual framework
  • Importance for educational practice, advocacy, policy or research

Submission process

Make sure that your abstract respects the word count corresponding to the type of submission (see proposal type before abstract title).

Send a Word document to: eiesympdakar@gmail.com

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