CRITERIA FOR JUDGING PROPOSALS

Lecture

  1. Correlation between the rationale and stated goals and between the proposed research or initiative
  2. Relevant, updated theoretical framework and literature review
  3. Methods are explicitly described and suit stated goals
  4. Major findings or outcomes are reported
  5. Relevance of discussion in view of the findings
  6. Proposal’s originality and theoretical or practical contribution, to innovation in teacher education
  7. Clarity and coherence

poster

  1. Correlation between the rationale and stated goals and between the proposed research or initiative
  2. Relevant, updated theoretical framework and literature review
  3. Methods are explicitly described and suit stated goals
  4. Major findings or outcomes are reported
  5. Relevance of discussion in view of the findings
  6. Proposal’s originality and theoretical or practical contribution, to innovation in teacher education
  7. Clarity and coherence

Panel

  1. Proposal’s originality and theoretical or practical contribution, to innovation in teacher education
  2. Relevant, updated theoretical framework and literature review
  3. Questions for discussion are clear, interesting and relavant
  4. Relevance and contribution of participants positions to the discussed topic
  5. Clarity and coherence

Round Table

  1. Correlation between the rationale and stated goals and between the proposed research or project
  2. Relevant, updated theoretical framework and literature review
  3. Methods are explicitly described and suit stated goals
  4. Clarity of discussion questions and contribution for the topic
  5. Proposal’s originality and theoretical or practical contribution, to innovation in teacher education
  6. The research or project raises methodological or other questions, that require collaborative thinking

Workshop / Activity

  1. Correlation between the rationale and stated goals and between the proposed workshop or activity
  2. The workshop or the activity is anchored in updated theoretical background
  3. The workshop   or    activity    relates    to    theory   or    practice    or contemporary issues
  4. The workshop or activity is innovative and original
  5. The workshop or activity employs creatively learning tools or environment
  6. The workshop or activity is interesting and actively involves the participants

Film / book

  1. Proposal’s originality and theoretical or practical contribution, to innovation in teacher education
  2. Relevant, updated theoretical framework and literature review
  3. Questions for discussion are clear, interesting and relavant
  4. Relevance and contribution of film(s) or book(s) to the discussed topic
  5. Clarity and coherence