We bring to the conference every year some of the leading education and business thought leaders to help provide content, perspective and inspiration for our delegates from across the globe.

Our world class training faculty include:
Our speakers provide a wealth of leadership expertise ranging from world class university lecturers who are currently undertaking ground breaking research in education to OFSTED and ISI inspectors, specialist educational consultants and those experienced in school leadership who continue to work in the classroom.-all of whom will bring to the conference their own unique involvement and knowledge of education.

Would you like to present a paper or facilitate a session?

We are incorporating a slot for select delegates to present a short paper and share their knowledge on issues or subject matter related to the theme of the conference with other delegates at the next CIEC conference. To be a session speaker, you need to email the:

· Paper Title

· Scope ( 500 words)

· Objective and Motivation

Name, Affiliation and Email

If you are interested in giving a talk please email your proposal to the admin@cambridgeiec.co.uk.

The proposal will be reviewed by the organizing committee after acceptance; you will receive a feedback on any modification required. All accepted proposals will be published in the conference brochure.

Thank you for your interest in submitting a presentation for the CIEC Annual Conference. This page will provide guidelines, useful tips, and information for submitting an effective CIEC proposal.

What criteria is used to review proposals?

Presentation proposals should be timely, carefully considered and prepared, interactive, and provide resources, takeaways, and action points. To ensure that every participant feels their time spent in workshops is valuable, reviewers will consider some of the following criteria when evaluating presentation proposals:
Relevance: The proposed session should interface with the felt needs, challenges, and opportunities in today’s schools, organizations, and society.
Approach: The following should be clear: the session description and objectives; how the session adds value to the conference and serves attendees; who the target audience is; what modes of facilitation the presenters will use; and what takeaways participants can expect.
Creativity and innovation: The session should bring to bear a new lens or perspective on its topic.
Demonstrated expertise: The session should present original research, applied knowledge of (others’) recognized research or theory, models or use of evidence-based practices, personal mastery, and/or reflective practice.
Impact: The session should lend itself to professional or personal application. It should be designed to encourage attendees to contemplate follow-up, continued exploration, and action planning on various levels.