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When Apr 2, 2015 - Apr 3, 2015
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2015
Final Version Due Mar 6, 2015
Categories    education   teaching   pedagogy

Call For Papers


Faculty of Education
Maltepe University, İstanbul, TURKEY
02-03 April 2015

The Faculty of Education Students’ Local Organizing Committee at Maltepe University is pleased to announce the call for papers for the undergraduate students’ conference on 'New Approaches in Education' to be held at Maltepe University on 02-03 April 2015.

We welcome submission for individual papers and panel proposals that should be addressing, but not limited to

Problems and suggested solutions which prospective teachers face

Career expectations of prospective teachers

Expectations from teachers of the future

The role of student clubs and social responsibility projects in preparing prospective teachers for the future

Opinions of teachers and prospective teachers about different and alternative educational models

New approaches in different teaching fields (foreign language education, mathematics education, early childhood education, special education, computer education etc.)

Guidance services in schools and new approaches

Opinions of prospective teachers about teacher education

Abstracts can be submitted via e-mail to by 31st January, 2015 and should contain a clear outline of the argument, theoretical framework, methodology and results.

The text of the abstracts should be submitted in English only, in a separate Word document in the following format: max. 300-400 words, 1.5 line spaced Arial (Plain) 11-point font (except for title which should be Times New Roman 14-point font), A4 size page formatting, with the page margins of 2.5 cm from the left, top and bottom and 2 cm from the right.

Panel proposals should consist of five individual contributions, combining a panel abstract with five individual abstracts of max. 500 words each ( 5 x 500 for individual abstracts, plus 500 for the panel’s abstract)

We encourage lecturers, teachers and professors to circulate this call widely across your undergraduate students. This will be a unique occasion to visit the legendary city of Istanbul, where you can enjoy the harmony of cultures.

Please circulate this call widely across undergraduate students in relevant to education such as special education, early childhood education, foreign language education, mathematics education…etc. Participating students will be accompanied by fellow students from Turkey and across the world to debate the raising issues in the area of education in a conference organized by the students of Faculty of Education at Maltepe University with the support of staff of Faculty of Education.


Deadline for submission 31st January,2015
Announcement of accepted abstracts 20th February, 2015
Final Version Due 6th March, 2015
Congress Date 02-03 April, 2015

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at
or visit our website at http:/

PS.: There is NO Registration Fee!
Participants attending the conference will be hosted by Maltepe University at our 5-star Marma Congress Centre ( Participants will only have to pay their travel expenses. All other expenses will be provided by Maltepe University!

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On Behalf of IESC 2015 Organization Committee


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