Networking PanSIG Meeting more
Mon, Jul 4, 20:00-22:00 Asia/Tokyo
Final committee meeting to prepare for PanSIG2022
Teacher Development Conference proposal writing and reviewing: Constructive feedback more
Sun, Jul 10, 10:00-10:25 Asia/Tokyo
Presenting ideas to fellow teachers and researchers is an essential part of professional development. Concisely describing a presentation in one or two hundred words of text is a challenge. Conference organisers must also put together teams of reviewers to assess the quality of each submission, and ideally write feedback that will be useful for authors to revise their submissions, whether to raise the standards of the current conference or to help authors when they apply to a later conference. This session is intended for anyone thinking about writing a presentation abstract, joining a reviewing team for a conference, or continuing to review and give feedback on submissions. This presentation will first consider the essential form and component of a presentation submission: who it relates to, what it is about, when and where it takes place, and why it is important. Then we will look at how reviewers can write feedback in a tone that is helpful without being patronising, and critical without being offensive. What are the rules concerning abstract writing and when do rules become guidelines? Do abstracts need references (Gough & Taylor, 2018)? Should abstracts include questions? (194 words including these ones!)
Closing Ceremony and PanSIG 2023 Introduction Meeting more
Sun, Jul 10, 16:10-17:30 Asia/Tokyo
Find out what to look forward to in 2023!
Networking Opening Ceremony more
Sat, Jul 9, 08:50-09:00 Asia/Tokyo
Welcome to PanSIG2022!