Conference 2014 Call for Proposals

Conference 2014 main 2Are you interesting in presenting a workshop at our 11th Annual Chinese Conference?  Or do you know someone who has a good idea and experience share?

We would like to encourage you to submit a conference proposal and warmly welcome submissions from all stages and backgrounds. Workshop speakers will be invited by the IOE Confucius Institute team, based on the best proposals received.

Deadline: Send in your session proposal before 5pm, Friday 21 February 2014

Chinese Teaching Today: Who? What? How?

Please download the Call for Proposals document for more information.

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We are seeking session proposals in the following areas:

  1. Click here to view the Call for Proposals document (PDF)China today
  2. Learning today
  3. Curriculum models and transitions
  4. Assessment
  5. Cross-curricular links
  6. Partnerships and sustainability
  7. Teacher development and sustainability
  8. Primary school Mandarin Chinese
  9. Sixth form and transitions to university

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Guidance for session proposals

Session proposals should be brief (100- 250 words) and include the following:

  • a working title
  • the subject matter
  • the format of the session
  • clear learning outcome(s) for participants
  • your full name and the names any other people involved in the presentation (no more than three presenters in total)

The workshop sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes and should include sufficient time for questions and answers.

The selection panel will favour workshop proposals that can:

  • Offer practical hands-on advice from teaching professionals and for teaching professionals
  • Support the conference theme and strands (as listed above)
  • Refer to examples from experience (and research where available): what works and what does not
  • Emphasise new ideas, innovative approaches and fresh perspectives

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We look forward to receiving your proposals by 5pm, Friday 21 February 2014

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