This year, the Early Childhood Education program will hold the 4th ICECE and we will publish selected papers presented at the conference in a Scopus indexed proceeding. We will publish papers that are not accepted for publication by Scopus in a proceeding with ISBN. For more information about the background of the conference this year.
Keynote speaker :
Professor Amita Gupta (The City College of New York, The US)
Professor Branislav Pupala (Trnava University, Slovakia)
Vina Adriany, PhD (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia)
Dr. Sonja Arndt (Waikato University, New Zealand)
7 November 2018
1 – 30 October 2018 (tentative dates)
Revision and revised paper submission deadline
30 September 2018
Internal Review Notification
30 August 2018
Full paper submission deadline
30 July 2018
Notification of abstract acceptance
15 June 2018
1 March – 30 May 2018
Philosophical Issues in Early Childhood Education
Curriculum and Assessment of Early Childhood Education
Child Rights, Access and Quality in Early Childhood Education
Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Early Childhood Education
Parenting and Child Development
Gender Issues in Early Childhood Education
Teachers Training for Early Childhood Education
Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood Education
Language Development and Literacy in Early Childhood Education
Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education
Art and Creativity in Early Childhood Education
Multiculturalism in Early Childhood Education
Policy in Early Childhood Education
Methodological Issues in Early Childhood Education research
Health and Nutrition in Early Childhood Education
The article should be original and has not been published or considered to be published in any conference proceeding, journal, or other forms of reviewed publication.
The article’s word count: 2500 – 3500 words (not exceeding 3000 words, all included)
The article should be written in English. Non-English words, when necessary, should be formatted italic. The first mention of an abbreviation should be followed by the word/name of the group, then only the abbreviation for the next mentions.
The article should follow the Chicago 16th Edition referencing style.
The author should provide a signed statement of originality/free from plagiarism.
Any pictures and photos included in the article should be free from copyrights and ethical issues.
The abstract and article should be submitted through an online submission system provided on the conference website.