Submissions are now closed. Those who submitted a proposal were notified about the status of their submission. Thank you for your patience.
Deadlines for submission were:
By 15 Nov 2015 — For Paper presenter, Workshop / Demonstration Lesson teacher. Now closed
By 10 Dec 2015 — For Poster, Discussant/Group Leader. Now closed.
The Roundtable is an invitational conference. Online Registration for those invited to attend (after their proposal was approved by the IPC) closed on 5 June 2016. All participants who received invitation letters were sent a personal registration link from the IPC, and had to register by 5 June 2016 to secure their place in the program.
Regular registration fees were as follows (figures are for credit card payments; all figures are in Euro)
|(1 March to 30 Apr 2016)||(1 May to 5 June 2016)|
|1.||Members of IASE, ISI, or other ISI associations||over||over|
|2.||Non Members (to join IASE, see IASE website)||over||over|
|3.||Reduced fees (see Note 2)||over||over|
- Cancellation policy: Before you register, please be aware of our refund policy: Cancellation and refund policy
- Reduced fees: People from the following four groups are entitled to a reduced fee: students, school teachers, retired persons, delegates from developing countries. This is regardless of whether you are a member or a non-member of IASE/ISI/other ISI association. A list of all developing countries recognized by the ISI can be found here. Please check this list to decide if you are from a country that is entitled for a reduced fee.
- What the registration fee covers: Conference materials, admission to all sessions, opening and closing ceremonies, coffee breaks, and reception on evening of Day 1. It does not include Lunch or Dinner, or an optional excursion.
- Registration by 5 June 2016 is essential: This is the Final date for registration for all participants, in order to enable the SPC to finalize the Roundtable program. Invited participants who are not registered by that date will not be included in the program and will not be able to attend the conference.
The organizers offered a limited number of grants on a competitive basis to some of the participants from the following groups: developing countries (based on the World Bank list found here), graduate students, and high-school teachers - if they were invited by the IPC for the roles of Presenters of papers. These grants cover some (but not all) expenses, meaning that funded participants are expected to find supplemental sources to cover their full expenses.