May 5 and 6, 2016 will be held at the Bonaventure Hotel in Montreal on May 3e international conference in education organized by the Interuniversity research center on training and the teaching profession (CRIFPE). Papers must be submitted by November 13, 2015.
Under the theme "Current and future challenges of training and the teaching profession", the conference will focus on five categories: teaching training, integration into the profession, educational intervention, teaching professions in schools as well as digital education, which is now essential.
Interested parties can now submit their contribution (s) by completing the online form on the conference site. The title and summary of their communication (200 words maximum) will be evaluated on the basis of the clarity of the issue and the objectives targeted during the communication, the clarity of the methodology, the presence of a conclusion or the results of research, the quality of the written language as well as a clear demonstration of the contribution to the advancement of knowledge.
Communication proposals can take the form of an oral communication, a poster communication, a 30-minute practical workshop, a half-day or a full-day symposium ( note that the symposium proposal must first be submitted by email to the conference coordinator, Sophie Goyer, and that the deadline for paper proposals is October 15, 2015).
The response to calls for contributions will be provided by December 10, 2015 and speakers have until December 18 to register.
The pooling of knowledge above all
Through this conference, researchers of different nationalities will share their expertise, discuss and / or debate in order to ensure the dissemination of the most current knowledge in education. They will thus be able to develop an international network between researchers in the field.
Founded in 1993, CRIFPE is now the largest educational research center in Canada and has more than 700 members, including around 100 researchers, around 50 international researchers, more than 600 student researchers and many others.
The second edition of the CRIFPE conference was a great success, attracting more than 1,200 people from around 30 different countries.
For more details, contact the conference coordinator, Madame Sophie goyer, at the University of Montreal.