World Congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2015)
Temple University, Philadelphia, USA
August 17-20, 2015
Free Post-Conference Tour (Travel Information)
The WCSNE-2015 encourages the following types of proposal submissions:
Sessions Speakers Participation
If you are interested in presenting your research findings, please email your proposal to the firstname.lastname@example.org. The proposal should consists of the followings and not more than one A4 size page.
The Session Speakers share their knowledge on issues or subject matters of the research work. All submitted proposals will undergo a double blind review, and the authors of accepted proposals will receive feedback on how the research work can be improved. All accepted proposals will be published in the proceedings.
Please click Word 97/2000 Sample template for correct formatting and font use, submission should be in Microsoft Word.
Or you can email your submission to email@example.com
Abstracts: Abstract should not have more than 600 words.
Extended Abstracts: Abstracts of completed or proposed research in any of the topic areas listed above, or related areas. The abstract for proposed research should include the research objectives, proposed methodology, and a discussion of expected outcomes. The extended abstract should not exceed 2 pages including introduction, body of knowledge and conclusion, supported by not more than 10 references.
Research Papers: Completed research papers in any of the topic areas listed above or related areas. This is a completed research work or project. A total of 4 to 6 pages for a paper including all figures, tables, and references.
Student Papers: Research done by students in any of the topic areas listed above, or related areas. A total of 3 to 4 pages for a student paper including all figures, tables, and references.
Case Studies: Case studies in any of the topic areas listed above, or related areas. Case studies should not exceed 4 pages including introduction, body of knowledge and conclusion, supported by not more than 10 references.
Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals for Future Research: Incomplete research or ideas for future research in order to generate discussion and feedback in any of the topic areas listed above, or related areas. A total of 4 to 6 pages for a work-in-progress reports or proposals for future research including all figures, tables, and references.
Reports on Issues Related to Teaching: Reports related to innovative instruction techniques or research related to teaching in any of the topic areas listed above or related areas. The reports should not exceed 4 pages including introduction, body of knowledge and conclusion, supported by not more than 10 references.
Format of Presentations
Sessions will consist of four or five presentations in a 90 minute session. You are expected to present your paper within 20 minutes including question time. The session will be divided equally between the presenters. Each presenter will be expected to have the presentation slides in Microsoft Power Point saved in CD or USB.
Workshop presentations will be given a full 90 minute session. The style of the presentation depends on the organiser(s). Some workshops may contain paper presentation, while others may base their workshop on recent research breaking ground outcome in the form of discussion, or exploratory research work.
Panel sessions will provide an opportunity for three or more presenters to speak in a more open and conversational setting with conference attendees. Submissions for these 90 minute sessions should include the name, department, affiliation, and email address of each panelist in addition to a description of the presentation and the title page.
The following resources will be available for presentations: flipcharts, laptops, projectors and screens.
The WCSNE-2015 Copyrigth form is available in Word File and PDF (Please sign, scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org). All papers must meet WCSNE's quality standards, and WCSNE Steering Committee reserves the right not to publish any paper that do not meet the standards.