NARST 2021 Annual International Conference: Call for Proposals
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT TO THE NARST 2021 ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE!
REVISED DEADLINE: AUGUST 31, 2020
Make your mark in the Science Education field by submitting an abstract to participate in the NARST 94th Annual International Conference!
The conference is scheduled to be held April 7-10, 2021 in Orlando, Florida, and this year's theme is "Science Education-a Public Good for the Good of the Public? Research to Empower, Evoke, and Revolutionize."
Proposals are due August 31, 2020 by 5pm your local time.
Please note that we are engaging in contingency scenarios, exploring viable alternatives as we monitor the ever-evolving COVID-related conditions, we forge ahead in planning an exhilarating on-site meeting.
The 2021 conference is scheduled to overlap with the AERA annual meeting, also held in Orlando, from April 9-12. Consequently, please indicate when submitting your NARST proposal if you submitted or intend to submit a proposal to AERA. This information will facilitate scheduling.
Changes for 2021:
- References are excluded in the maximum number of pages.
- The call provides some guidance on masking your proposal.
- The call contains an FAQ sheet and checklist to assist in your adherence to proposal requirements before submitting the proposal.
- The call includes roundtables as a presentation option.
- Last, the call introduces strand revisions while retaining numbers associated with strands.
The 2019-2020 NARST Board voted to revise several of the strands in accordance with survey responses obtained from the NARST membership in November 2019. Revisions are as follows:
- Eliminated Strand 9: Reflective Practice
- Renamed Strand 10 to “Curriculum and Assessment” and revised its description
- Renamed Strand 12 to “Technology for Teaching, Learning, and Research” and revised its description
- Renamed Strand 14 to “Environmental Education and Sustainability” and revised its description
- Renamed Strand 15 to “Policy, Reform, and Program Evaluation” and revised its description
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