The abstract should be no more than 500 words. In addition, the abstract should be structured clearly, indicating: the theoretical framework, the research/study design, the methods or instruments, the description of the experience, etc.
Abstracts must be submitted via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers: Paper presentations should be planned for about 20 minutes in length.
Poster sessions: Presenters will prepare posters and handouts that describe their research or projects. Attendees may move from display to display and engage in discussion with the presenters.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ORGANISATION OF ARTICLE: articles in English may be up to 8 - 10 pages including abstract up to 500 characters and bibliography.
The article should be typewritten in A4 format, set in one column according to the following parameters: margins – 2.5 cm, text editor – MS Word, Times New Roman, font number 12, spaces between lines – Single, layout – Justified. Each paragraph should start with a 1.5 cm indention. Pages, tables and pictures should be numbered and named. Tables and pictures should be in black and white (if this does not interfere with the possibility to perceive the content) with captions. Tables and pictures must be cited in the text, e.g., (see Table 1); Arabic numbering should be used. The size of tables and pictures should not exceed A4 format page.
AT THE BEGINNING OF THE ARTICLE THE FOLLOWING SHOULD BE MENTIONED:
TITLE of the article (Times New Roman, 14 pt, bold, centred), author's name, surname (Times New Roman, 12 pt, bold, centred), institution that submits the article, address, e-mail address (10 pt, Normal).
ABSTRACT (Times New Roman, 10 pt, un to 500 characters), 3-6 Keywords (Times New Roman, 10 pt).
BODY OF THE ARTICLE: Introduction, Aim of the Study, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusions. The articles are requested to be (Times New Roman, 12 pt, Normal).
REFERENCES should be indicated in the typescript by giving the author's name, with the year of publication in parentheses (Brown, 2005) or (Brown, 2005, 67).
BIBLIOGRAPHY (Times New Roman Bold, 10 pt, Normal).
The list of References should be listed in full at the end of the article in order of Latin alphabet, followed by literature in Cyrillic alphabet.
The list of literature should precisely follow the form depicted in the sample:
1. Vičs A. Latviešu skolu vēsture. Rīga: Grāmatu draugs, 1923, 15.lpp. (in Latvian).
2. Schmidt A., Rupert V. Pädagogik im Zeitalter der Aufklärung. In: K.Harney (Hrsg.) Einfürung in die Geschichte der Pädagogik . Bonn: Verlag, 2006, S.23. (in German).
3. Braun V. Teacher training in USA. History of Education , 1993, No.1, p.23.-24.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHOR/ AUTHORS (up to 500 characters).
Articles are requested to be sent no later than 10th of April 2013 via e-mail: email@example.com
The submitted contributions should be original, i.e., they should not be previously published or submitted for publication in other editions.
Articles submitted till deadlines will be handed in to the Editorial Board for reviewing and consideration for publication.
EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE ARTICLES
1. Content accordance to ATEE Spring Conference 2013 theme
2. Scientific value.
4. Research results and discussion.
5. The references are indicated correctly.
6. The language and logic of the content of the manuscript.