Call for Papers

Participants are invited to present papers at the 36th AEAA Conference on the chosen theme and sub-themes. Abstracts of between 350 and 500 words should be submitted by 31st March, 2018 to the following address:

An email confirming acceptance of your paper will be sent to you by 30th April, 2018. The full paper should be submitted by 30th June, 2018 and the power point presentation by 15th July, 2018 to

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Reforming Educational Assessment: A Renewed Agenda

  • Assessment in the digital era: A new chapter
  • Bridging the gap between curriculum, teaching, assessment and the world of work
  • Reflections on the implementation of school based assessment
  • Advancing creative, vocational and technical skills through assessment
  • Re-thinking assessment of learners with special needs
  • The impact of assessment innovations on resources

Persons who are interested in presenting papers on any of the listed sub-themes at the conference are invited to submit abstracts of not more than 350 words.

Abstracts should indicate the following:

  • The sub-theme that the presentation will address;
  • Title of the presentation (bold);
  • Name(s) of the author(s) and institution of affiliation;
  • Contact details: email address(es) and telephone number(s).

The text should be in MS-word format (12 points, Times New Roman). Authors whose abstracts will be accepted are expected to attend the conference. Abstracts should be submitted by email as an attachment to: or It can also be uploaded via online

The authers whose abstracts will be accepted for presentation at the conference will be notified by email not later than 30th April 2018.

Contact Details

Mrs. Methalali Khoarai (+266 62001116),

Ms. ‘Matente Qhobela (+266 58506049),

Full papers for accepted abstracts, of not more than 4500 words should be submitted by the 30th May 2018. Please note that papers submitted should be the auther’s original work. Each paper should clearly indicate the sub-theme it attempts to addess

Authors of accepted papers will be expected to be present at the designated venue to make their presentations, and observe the time stated in the conference schedule. Papers may have the following structure: Introduction/Theoretical Framework, Purpose(s)/Objectives, Methods/Procedures, Results/Findings, Discussion, Conclusion/Recommendations/Implications and References. All the papers should strictly follow The American Psychological Association (APA) format.

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