Please note: The call for papers for the ADLD conference 2022 is closed. If your paper has been accepted and you registered for the conference, we will include your short abstract in our conference booklet. If you wish to make any changes to the abstract, please use the web form again or contact us via email until April 15:firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite participants to contribute to the conference with poster presentations or interactive workshops relating to the following key topics:
- patterns of productive discourse; effects on learning and other educational outcomes
- professional development and teacher education programs focusing on productive talk; effects on teaching behavior and students’ outcomes
- new digital tools in teaching and teacher education; remote learning; e-coaching
- methodological approaches for studying (digital) learning discourse
Poster with poster slam
The aim of this format is to draw attention to (ongoing) projects, studies, trainings etc.. The format is suitable for both emerging researchers who would like to present their advanced qualification work, as well as for experienced researchers or research groups who would like to present their current projects.
Workshops can take up to two hours and will provide researchers or research groups opportunities for extended in-depth discussions addressing key topics of the conference.
For detailed information about the proposal submission please read our Guidelines Submission Proposal and Grant Application (PDF, 239 KB)