Abstract Guidelines for Authors

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Full Paper Guidelines for Authors
Author Flores1, Author Carvalho1, and Author Fernandes2
1
Department of Curriculum Studies and Educational Technology, Institute of Education,
University of Minho, Portugal
[email protected], [email protected]
2
Research Centre in Education, University of Minho, Portugal,
[email protected]
Abstract: The abstract of full papers should use 10pt with single spacing and
indented both sides. The abstract should consist of a concise summary of the
material discussed in the paper and be up to 150 words. Full papers should
include 3-4 key words and must be written in English.
Keywords: teacher
communities
education,
professional
development,
learning
INTRODUCTION
All full papers must be submitted according to the instructions below. Please
adhere to the standards given below or use this template as it will greatly ease the
process of editing and printing the proceedings. Your cooperation in this is very
much appreciated.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
All conference presentation proposals must be submitted by the 14th of January
2011. Abstracts are limited to 500 words and should include 3-4 key words and the
subtheme of the conference in which the paper is included. All submissions must
be written in English and sent to [email protected], using the abstract
submission
template
available
in
the
conference
website
(http://webs.ie.uminho.pt/isatt2011/).
An email to confirm receipt of proposals will be sent within a 48-hour period.
Notification regarding ACCEPTANCE/DECLINE will be sent to submitters by no
later than 28 February 2011.
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION
Full papers should be organised with the following sections in this order: Title,
Author(s), Affiliations(s), Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Main text,
Conclusion, Acknowledgements (if appropriate) and References. The abstract of
the full paper should use 10pt with single spacing and indented both sides, with up
to 150 words.
All accepted papers must be writen in English and not exceed 6,000 words
including appendices, references and diagrams. The page layout is A4 size with
one column text format. Body text with “Times New Roman” text font, size 11
points, single-spacing and justified. Spacing after paragraph should be 11 points.
References should be used in the text and listed alphabetically by author at the end
of the text. Please use APA formatting and please be consistent throughout the
paper (http://apastyle.apa.org).
Please follow the standards above to format your document. We suggest you to
paste your text into this template, in order to comply with the standards.
Headers
If using this template, please use provided styles and formatting. If you do not use
this template please follow the instructions below: the title of your abstract should
be bold, centered and in 14pt. Leave 2 blank lines and then type the author’s names
in bold, italic, centered and 12pt. Again leave a line blank and type the affiliations.
If there are multiple affiliations please mark each name and affiliation with
corresponding numbers in superscript (See the above example). All affiliations
must be centered and in 10pt. Again leave 2 blank lines and start your abstract.
Figures, Table and Lists
If any figures or tables are inserted they must be centered. Fonts in tables must be
no larger than 10pt. Each figure or table must be numbered and have a caption
below the figure or table. The caption should be centered and in 10pt. Please avoid
a table over a page break. Diagrams, figures and tables should be centered, with
one blank line above and below each, numbered consecutively throughout the text,
and with a caption underneath it. Do not use colored photographs and figures.
Term
Title
Author
Affiliation
Body text
Headers – 1st Level
Headers – 2nd Level
Tables & Caption
References
Font
Alignment
Times New Roman Centred
Times New Roman Centred
Times New Roman Centred
Times New Roman Justified
Times New Roman Left Aligned
Times New Roman Left Aligned
Times New Roman Centred
Times New Roman Justified
Table 1: Predefined styles
Font Type
Bold
Bold, Italic
Normal
Normal
CAPS, Bold
Bold
Normal
Normal
Font Size
14
12
10
11
12
11
10
10
LANGUAGE
Papers are accepted in English using British or American English, Spelling and
Punctuation. For all manuscripts non-discriminatory language is mandatory. Sexist
or Racists terms should not be used.
CONCLUSION
This document is a quick reference guide for the submission of full papers to the
ISATT2011 conference. If you have any further question, do not hesitate to contact
the organising committee at this e-mail address: [email protected]
REFERENCES
References should be used in the text and listed alphabetically by author at the end
of the text, in 10pt font size. Leave one blank line after each reference. Please use
APA formatting (http://apastyle.apa.org) and please be consistent throughout the
paper.
Darling-Hammond, L. (1990). Teacher professionalism, why and how. In Lieberman, A.
(Ed.), Schools as Collaborative Cultures: Creating the future now. London: Falmer Press.
Day, C., Flores, M. A. & Viana, I. (2007). Effects of national policies on teachers’ sense of
professionalism: findings from an empirical study in Portugal and in England. European
Journal of Teacher Education, 30 (3) 249-266.
Flores, M. A. (2005). Teachers’ views on recent curriculum changes: tensions and
challenges. The Curriculum Journal, 16 (3) 401-413.
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