Participants intending to present a paper, workshop or demonstration need to submit an abstract of 300 words maximum, in English, by October 31.
Please submit all proposals in MS Word (.docx) file format using provided template. Download
All abstracts are required to be submitted via the website. (refer to Abstract Submission menu)
All submissions are peer-reviewed. Criteria include the quality of the proposal, relevance of the Conference themes, the significance of research questions or issues, appropriateness of the research methodology and analysis, the importance of the findings, and the overall logic and clarity of the conclusions and implications of the research.
Reviewing result will be informed to the corresponding author no later than November 30. The accepted abstracts will be included in the conference proceeding. To be published in the proceedings, at least one author of each accepted paper is required to register in early bird period.
Types of presentation
Oral paper presentation sessions will be allocated 20 minutes including 5 min discussion.
Participants seeking to lead a paper presentation need to be able to engage the audience in 20 minutes of critical, but positive, conversation between themselves as the researcher and their audience.
The projector and computer will be provided.
Posters will be on display in a dedicated area.
Researchers should prepare a poster that details their research (questions, methodology, analysis and results) and a short introduction to the key ideas of their research.
A0 size (841mm x 1189mm) is recommended.
The material to post will be provided on site.
90 minutes (flexible by the workshop organizer) for science education practitioners to implement workshop or demonstration with conference participants.
No charge to the audience.
The Conference organizer could provide part of the fee for the speaker to buy materials, and the limit is 100,000 KRW.
Teaching and Learning Science in Schools
Science Education in Informal Setting
ICT and Science Education
Curriculum, Assessment, and Policy in Science Education
Science Teachers Education
Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation in Science Education
History, Philosophy and NOS
Cultural, Social and Language Issues in Science Education