OverviewOur goal is to provide an international setting for analysis and reflection of emerging issues related to teacher education, curriculum and child development. The project calls for the consideration of teacher education and child development in relation to contemporary dynamics of economy, culture, politics, society, science and the general environment.We welcome submissions which seek to understand the interaction and interconnection between the concepts of teacher education and child development. Papers, presentations, workshops and panels are invited on issues related to any of the following themes:
Classroom Teacher Education
College and Higher Education
Curriculum and Instruction
Development of Science Competencies
Education and Culture
High School Teacher Education
Human Resources in Education
Human Rights Education
Innovation and Changing in Ed.
Language Learning and Teaching
Language Teacher Education
Learning and Teaching
Guiding and Counseling
Measurement and Evaluation
Middle School Teacher Education
New Learning Environments
Primary School Education
Social Sciences Teaching
Technical Teacher Education
Public Policy Issues
Best Practices In ICT Classrooms
Strategies For E-Learning Organizations
Diffusion Of Innovation
Distance and Open Learning
Educational Technology & Globalization
Human Resources In Educational Technology
ICT Literacy In Education
Improving Classroom Teaching
Innovation and Change In Education
Intelligent E-Learning Systems
Intelligent Training Technology
Interactive E-Learning Systems
Interactive Learning Environment
Knowledge Management In E-Learning
Learning and Content Management Systems
Learning and Teaching With Technology
Life Long Learning and Technology
Network Based Education and Training
Pedagogical and Practical Issues
Pedagogical and Practical Issues
Professional Development & Teacher Training
Simulations In Education
Video Games For Learning
Virtual Classroom, Virtual University Aging and Disability
Augmentative and Alternative Communications (AAC)
Assessment and Early intervention
Building and Sustaining an Inclusive Community
Continuous Professional Development
Curriculum Adaptation and Modification
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Developmental
Disabilities Disability and Diversity
Human Rights/Disability Rights
Legal Issues (Legislative and Policy)
Support ServicesIn-Service Training
Professionalism,Ethics and Integrity
Public Health, Diversity and Disability
Study Skills Development
Human Resource Development
Academic Advising and Counselling
Education Policy and Leadership
Life-long Learning Experiences Workplace Learning and Collaborative Learning
Patent Registration and Technology Transfer
University Spin-Off Companies
Accreditation and Quality Assurance
Academic Experiences and Best Practice
Digital Libraries and Repositories
Digital Rights Management
Evaluation and Assessment
E-content Management and Development
Security and Data Protection
Student Selection Criteria
Curriculum, Research and Development
Acoustics in Education Environment
Courses, Tutorials and Labs
Study Abroad Programmes
Assessment, Methods and Technologies
Early Childhood Education
Second life Educators
Social Studies Education
Interaction and Cultural Models of Disability
Augmented and Alternative Communication
Hospitality and Tourism
Labor Market Integration
Sport, Fitness and Leisure
Special Educational Centres
Social Innovation and E-Service Delivery
Student and Adults with Disabilities
Usability and Ergonomics
Methodologies and Assessment
Simulated Communities Online Mentoring
e-Testing and new Test Theories
Supervising and Managing Student Projects
Pedagogy Enhancement with e-Learning
Educating the Educators
Metrics and Performance Measurement
Assessment Software Tools
Blended Learning Environments
Information for Authors
1. The paper should be A4 format. Left, right, top and bottom margins should be 2.00 cm each. English is the official language of the conference.
2. Title should be 14-point, all in capital letters, bold and centered.
3. Font size throughout the paper should be 12-point in Garamond, in single space, and justified.
4. The whole text should be written with “Garamond”.
5. Do not give page numbers for the paper
6. A blank line should be left after the title. Names of authors, affiliations and e-mails should be provided after the title.
7. Following the authors’ information, a 200-word abstract should be provided with five keywords. The “Abstract” should be.
8. Graphics and pictures should be prepared in black and white.
9. One blank line should be allowed between the components of the paper (i.e. introduction, methods and procedures, results, conclusion, references.). Main headings should be centered, bold and capitalized. The second level of headings should be title case and bold. The third level should be italicized and upper- and lower-case heading.
10. For titles of tables, graphics and pictures, sentence case should be used.
11. Texts used in Tables, graphics and pictures should be Garamond. The font size can be reduced to 10 pt.
12. References should be at the end of the paper and should be listed alphabetically. References and citations within the text should be prepared in the APA format.
13. Abbreviations should comply with the standard use. They should be given in full format at the first place they are used.
14. The paper should be maximum 10 pages
15. SI unit should be employed where applicable
16. Only proposals containing abstract and full texts are acceptable. We do not welcome only abstracts.
17. All submissions must be by email attachment preferably in MS words. We do not accept hard copies
18. All papers must adhere to this template in format. No paper can be processed if not formatted according to the stated rules and regulations.
19. Papers submitted after April 1, 2018 may be presented at the conference but they may not be published in the conference book
20. The first 20 registered participants will collect free copies of our previous publications.
21. All papers should be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Registration: International Local
Registration: US $250 N35500
Registration at Venue US$300 N45500
Corporate Participation US$350 N55000
NB: Delegates resident in Nigeria can pay in local currency.
Cheap hotels are available around the conference venue. Information on accommodation is available on request. The hotel offers reduced rates for conference delegates.. If any participants need accommodation, the conference organizers can reserve rooms for them. Price of accommodation ranges from US$85 to US$300 per night.
Contact For more information or clarification on any aspect of the Conference, please contact the secretariat, (Professor M. O. N. Obagah, Co-Chair, ICTCD2018;Tel:+2348063130183; +2348033392236;+2347030815888; email: email@example.com