Call for Papers
Attention Curriculum Scholars
ACSA’s Call for Papers
Applicants are invited to showcase their work, via a 20 or 40 minute Paper Presentation, on Friday 23 June and Saturday 24 June, 2023
2023 ACSA Biennial National Curriculum Conference
Thursday 22 June 2023 - Saturday 24 June 2023
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Brisbane
Revitalizing Australian Curriculum Research
22nd June 2023 9am-12pm
Refereed Paper Strand
ACSA is now seeking submissions that address the 2023 curriculum conference theme of
DISRUPT CONNECT THRIVE
A paper synopsis must be sent to the Chief Editor, Associate Professor Philip Roberts for consideration. The synopsis must be no more than 1200 words, including abstract, research approach, findings and significance.
Please email your submission to Philip Roberts. Include your first and last name, organization, and addressed theme.
Expressions of Interest to be submitted by COB Monday
13 of February 2023
Successful applicants who are presenting a refereed paper, may consider submitting their paper via the Springer system for consideration of publication in Curriculum Perspectives, ACSA’s Flagship Journal.
Please note: Papers for the ACSA Conference, are subject to selection through the same criteria review process, as papers submitted for consideration to ACSA’s Journal Curriculum Perspectives.
February 13, Monday
Final Submission date of refereed and non-refereed papers
February 27, Monday
Notification of successful Presenters
June 23, Thursday
Presentations at Curriculum Conference - Day One
June 24, Friday
Presentations at Curriculum Conference - Day Two
For further information about the ACSA Conference and/or the Engaging in Curriculum Scholarship Forum to be held immediately prior to the Conference, please contact Helen Vonow, ACSA Executive Director or contact the ACSA Office.
T: 02 6260 5660