You are invited to send your abstract to email@example.com, you have to send your abstract on or before the abstract submission deadline. The abstract must first pass a double-blind peer review and if it is accepted by the reviewer, we will send you the abstract acceptance notification. Upon payment of the registration fee, your presentation will be confirmed.
Please submit your abstract only through the online submission process and send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org if necessary.
The acceptable word range for the abstract is 175 to 200 words. The abstracts which do not meet this word limit will be asked for revisions.
We accept the submission of high-quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research in progress in all of the areas mentioned in the focus area. Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration for publication anywhere else.
Please send in a brief biography together with the Abstract.
(TIMES NEW ROMAN, 14 FONT SIZE, BOLD, ALL CAPS/Title Case, CENTERED)
Teaching Critical Thinking and
Problem Solving Skills
Author’s Name and Surname1, Author’s Name and Surname2 (10 font size)
1 Organization information that the author is committed to
2 Organization information that the author is committed to
Lisa Gueldenzoph Snyder
Mark J. Snyder
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation/Poster Presentation
Keywords: Keywords regarding the work are stated in this section. Said section should contain maximum 5 words that are written with 10 font sizes and separated with semicolons.
(Critical thinking; secondary and post-secondary; memorisation, project-based; instructors model)
ABSTRACT (11 Font Size, bold, sentence case, justified/right alignment)- Abstract should be written in 175-200 words and with 10 font size, Times New Roman, justified, single line spacing. Objectives, methods and findings are summarized in this section.
Critical thinking is a learned skill that requires instruction and practice. Business education instructors at both the secondary and post-secondary levels can enhance students’ critical thinking skills by (1) using instructional strategies that actively engage students in the learning process rather than relying on lecture and rote memorisation,
(2) focusing instruction on the process of learning rather than solely on the content, and
(3) using assessment techniques that provide students with an intellectual challenge rather than memory recall. Several barriers can impede critical thinking instruction. Lack of training, limited resources, biased preconceptions, and time constraints conspire to negate learning environments that promote critical thinking. However, actively engaging students in project-based or collaborative activities can encourage students’ critical thinking development if instructors model the thinking process, use effective questioning techniques, and guide students’ critical thinking processes. The examples provided challenge instructors to think of students as users of information rather than receivers of information
References (Not counted in the word limit of the abstract)
Aiken, L. H., Clarke, S. P., Sloane, D. M., Sochalski, J. A., Busse, R., Clarke, H., … & Shamian, J. (2001). Nurses’ reports on hospital care in five countries. Health affairs, 20(3), 43-53.
This is any relevant information cited with the body of the extended abstract.
Brief biography of Presenter/Presenters in one or two paragraph.
If your abstract is accepted and you have paid the registration fee for the conference, you are encouraged to submit your full papers on or before full paper guidelines deadline.
The full manuscript must be submitted as an MS Word document in .doc format (not as a pdf or ppt)
All manuscripts should be in English or Hindi. Please ensure that your manuscript is not having any errors
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Step-by-step instructions and best practices for making your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities. When your slides are accessible, you unlock your content to everyone and people with differing abilities can read and use your slides. You learn, for example, how to add alt texts to images so that people using screen readers are able to listen to what the image is all about. You’ll also learn how to use the Accessibility Checker to make sure your presentation is inclusive before sharing it.
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