Presentation format

Presentation format

Oral Presentation (20-25 minutes)
This is the standard presentation format. In an oral presentation the presenter delivers their research to their audience verbally, accompanied by a PowerPoint slideshow. Oral presentations are organised by stream into parallel sessions comprising three or four presentations.

A poster presentation
During a poster presentation the presenter uses a poster pinned to a poster board (1800mm high by 900mm wide) to illustrate their research. Presenters can engage with interested participants on a one-to-one basis, providing excellent opportunities for networking, discussion and relationship building.

Upon your registration at the conference (the conference is without the conference fees), your attendance at the conference will be confirmed.

Symposium presentations (90 minutes)
Symposium presentations are conceived and organised by individuals who recruit speakers to present papers or participate in panel discussions on a specific topic. Symposium presentations last for 90 minutes and are typically organised as follows:

  • Introduction
  • 3 or 4 oral presentations based on submitted abstracts
  • Discussion

As the organiser of a proposed symposium, submit your proposal using email address:

Presenters may either submit a joint paper or separate papers to the Conference Proceedings.

Before you start creating abstract don’t forget to download template file.

SubmissionAbstract GuidelinesAbstract Review Process

Important dates

  1. February 28, 2019

    Abstract Submission Deadline
  2. April 15, 2019 (midnight CET)

    Registration Deadline
  3. March 15, 2019

    Results of abstract review returned to authors
  4. May 16-18, 2019 (Thursday-Saturday)

    ‘Quality Teachers and Quality Teacher Education: Research, Policy and Practice’ Conference
  5. September 15, 2019

    Full conference paper submission (after the event):