CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

With great pleasure the National Talent Centre of the Netherlands would like to extend you a warm welcome to join us this year in The Hague, The Netherlands, as we host the 18th Conference of the European Council for High Ability on 31 August – 3 September 2022. Abstract submissions are welcome for consideration and can be submitted via the conference website (extended deadline) until Monday 11 April 2022, 23.59 hrs. CET. 

CONFERENCE THEMES

  • Innovative Educational Practices
  • Creativity without Limits
  • Supporting Talent Development & Personal Growth
  • Connecting Research & Practice in Meaningful Ways
  • Engaging Every Learner: Motivation & Flow
  • Pupil’s voice
  • Creating New Traditions
  • Giftedness across the Lifespan

SUBMISSION

The abstract can be submitted through the online submission form only. The extended deadline for the online submission is 11 April 2022, 23.59 hrs. CET.

After reading the call for abstracts, you can submit your abstract through the online submission form.

TIP: save your text in Word first and copy it into the online form to prevent loss of content in case the form automatically closes after inactivity.

TYPE OF PRESENTATIONS

  • Paper presentation: presentation of 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes questions/discussion. Three paper presentations are grouped together around a theme in one session.

 

  • Poster presentation: posters presenting research results and case studies will be available to be viewed at all times during the conference. Posters will be grouped by theme.

 

  • Symposium: A group of three or four papers submitted around one theme.
    • 3 x 20 minutes presentation and 30 minutes discussion
    • 4 x 15 minutes presentation and 30 minutes discussion

 

  • Workshop: informative interactive sessions of 90 minutes in which the participants are engaged in demonstrations, hands-on activities and/or discussion, based on research or practices.

 

  • Dynamic flash presentation: presentation of 10 minutes by young/starting researchers followed by 20 minutes discussion. The idea is to provide young researchers an opportunity to present to a larger audience and be seen in the international community of researchers. These sessions would also be for launching hot topics in a more informal session.

 

  • Inspirational talk: TED-like talk with the intention to inspire the audience, for example by storytelling and/or sharing future perspectives. Exactly 18 minutes presentation without questions/discussion. Four talks are grouped together in one session.