Guidelines and tips for your poster

The poster must include:

-    Title and authors
-    Summary or abstract of your work
-    Methods / implementation of the practice (for categories 1 and 2)
-    Data and results
-    Conclusions, implications and future work
-    References and acknowledgments
-    Schemes and/or photographs with all necessary copyrights and data protection measures taken

Please make sure that you have the agreement of EVERYBODY who appears on the picture before including the picture on the poster. In case of photographs of pupils, you must also get their parents’ agreements before using the photograph.

A poster must:

-    Be about an existing practice in the inGenious practice database (for cat. 1 and 2)
-    Represent a practice that the teacher did implement in his class
-    Be submitted in A1 format, and in Portrait orientation
-    Be submitted as pdf
-    Be in English

A good poster will:

-    Explain well what the practice is about
-    Have an engaging design
-    Be understandable for someone who doesn’t know the practice
-    Be transferrable for any teacher to read the poster and carry out the practice in their classroom


Teachers from the following countries can participate:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Macedonia (FYROM), Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom


The posters submissions will be done through the inGenious website.

Participants will need to log in with their OpenID, and then will be able to access the form to publish their entry, composed of:

-    Name of teacher
-    Education level
-    Age group of students
-    Name of school
-    Country
-    phone number
-    Title of the poster
-    Abstract
-    Category
-    Thumbnail (a small image version of your poster)
-    poster in A1 (pdf)

The form will be open until the 31 May 2014.

After submitting, the poster will go through a moderation process, and will appear in the gallery of entries once having been approved.

Do you need tips to create a scientific poster? Please see this moodle course (log in as a guest).

Do you need assistance with OpenID? With the submission form? Please contact Mathilde.

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