Call for Presentations
Key words (provide one or two key words to categorise your session e.g. Visual Literacy, Play-based Learning, Poetry, Drama, Assessment)
Session Type: 90 min Workshop; 40 min Workshop; 40 min Research Paper or Presentation; 90 min Publisher Presentation; 40 min Publisher Presentation
Conference Strands: Strands are used to inform delegate choices by categorizing sessions.
Narrative; Creativity; Language and Inquiry
Please select which Australian Professional Standards for Teachers your presentation best addresses:
To be selected to present you are required to submit an abstract via the website. All abstracts must be submitted electronically. Your Abstract (150 words) and Presenter Biography (50 words) must be submitted as a formatted Word doc. or docx. file.
Prepare your abstract according to the submission guidelines and click the Submit Abstract button below.
EasyAbstracts will automatically append an ID number to your file name for identification.
How will I know that I have successfully uploaded my abstract?
Once you have created an author account, submitting an abstract involves two steps. Completion of the submission form and the upload of the abstract. Advice that your submission and file upload have been successful, will appear on your screen as "Your submission was saved successfully" and "The file was successfully uploaded". You will also receive a confirmation email.
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If you have questions or are unable to use the online submission system please email email@example.com
Abstracts must be structured with the following headings: Title, Presenter(s), Abstract (150 words) and Presenter(s) Biography (50 words) and must be submitted in MS Word.doc or .docx format.
Please use Arial 10-point font.
Weaving Worlds with Words and Wonder
Jane Doe, John Smith
This template is being provided to standardise abstracts for submission to the conference. It should not include subheadings, tables, figures or references and should be written as one paragraph. Spelling and grammar should conform to standard British-English. Keep the submission to 150 words maximum excluding Title and Presenters. Abstracts submitted in this format will help the reviewers and publishers to standardise the format for all abstracts and make the finished product more readable for attendees. The use of such a format is strongly encouraged.
Write a brief biography to introduce yourself, highlight achievements, list credentials and any notable projects with which you are involved. Bios should be short and concise, listing only relevant information. Avoid listing personal statistics, such as family and hobbies; instead angle the bio to the intended audience.