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PATT 25 & CRIPT 8

Call for Papers

Conference theme

PATT 25 provides a unique opportunity, bringing together the research, discussion and debate of previous PATT conferences and previous CRIPT conferences.  As a result we anticipate a rich and diverse gathering of international colleagues whose interests span all phases of education, from early years through to higher education

This opportunity has prompted an overarching theme for the conference of perspectives on learning in Design and Technology Education.  Within this we would welcome papers that present and discuss research that focuses on a range of key areas of importance from primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education. Topics could include aspects of learning, teaching, assessing and related pedagogy; of global issues such as sustainability, ethics, values and culture; of interdisciplinarity such as STEM, links with creative and performing arts, links with social sciences; of the impact of technological developments on learning, teaching and assessing in Design and Technology education; on the potential of a design approach.

Timetable for submission

Submission of outline: by 20th December 2010 (New Deadline)

Request for full submission: by 1st January 2011

Deadline for submission of full papers: 21st March 2011

Notification of acceptance / need for revision: by 18th April 2011

Final deadline for revised papers: 16th May 2011

Format Requirements

Authors are asked to use either Harvard or APA, style for citations and references. The editors reserve the right to make changes in accepted manuscripts, for clarity and space considerations.

For Outlines, please submit no more than 400 words

For Full Papers, please observe 3,000 word article limit.

Please do

  • Use Arial font, size 11
  • Use single spacing
  • double space between paragraphs
  • left-align text
  • include key words after the title
  • include an abstract that reflects the full paper

Please don’t

  • use footnotes at the end of each page
  • list any references not cited in the text
  • use headers and footers

 

For the final submission, the title should be followed by: author's name, institution and e-mail address,

e.g.

The Inspiration Pitch: Where do design ideas come from?

Kay Stables,

Goldsmiths, University of London,

k.stables@gold.ac.uk

 

Whilst all care is taken, it is the author's responsibility to ensure that any factual, stylistic and grammatical errors are corrected prior to publication.

 

Submission procedure

Outlines and Full papers should be submitted as email attachments to patt@gold.ac.uk

Send outlines and papers via e-mail as attachments in MS Word doc file type. Please note: e-mail will be our way to communicate with you.

All papers are accepted with the understanding that they have not been accepted or published elsewhere.

Papers will be double-blind-peer-reviewed in order to assure that the reviewers do not know the name of the author and vice versa. Authors, to preserve anonymity, before you send your submission, while you have your manuscript in MS Word

    - Click on "File"
    - Click on "Properties"
    - Click on "Summary"

Remove your name or any identification and type in "author" or leave it blank.

When reviews are completed, you will be notified whether your manuscript was accepted as is, accepted pending revision, or rejected

Your paper will appear in the Conference proceedings and will also be placed in the PATT section of the ITEA website. (www.iteawww.org)

In addition, selected papers may be re-considered for development as chapters in a book that will follow the conference.


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