The PATT41 Nanjing Review Panel look forward to receiving your submissions for next the 2024 conference. Paper abstract and/or workshop proposal submissions are still welcome at this time.

For authors who have already received feedback on their abstracts, they are now eligible to submit full drafts of research papers. The deadline for submitting the full drafts paper is July 15, 2024.

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Paper abstracts must relate to technology and/or engineering education AND align with the conference theme and one of the strands. Please read our conference statements for information on the values and behaviors that we endeavor to espouse. All papers must be written in English, must be original, and cannot be submitted simultaneously to another journal or conference.

Authors must submit their abstracts to the Easychair platform:

The deadline for the submission of PATT41 full drafts of research papers is July 15, 2024. Full papers should be a maximum of 3000-words, excluding the title, authors, abstract, keywords and references (note: full papers should not exceed 4,000-words, including everything). Please include your PATT41 paper number (see abstract feedback) when submitting your draft. 

Download and use the PATT41 Paper template (below) and click on the Submission Link to submit your full drafts of research papers.

Please note that the printed proceedings will be in A4 format and the font sizes must not be altered – the appropriate settings for heading, body text, etc. are included in the Styles embedded in the template.

Download: PATT41_Paper_template

Submission Link:

PATT41 will also include workshops on Strand 4 (pedagogical content knowledge and teaching strategies in K-12 technology and engineering education). The Conference Committee invite expressions of interest in delivering a workshop on this theme by emailing, outlining the equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) focus and how the workshop specifically contributes to technology and engineering education – including relevant research and scholarship underpinning the activities.

Workshops will focus on Strand 4:

Pedagogical content knowledge and teaching strategies in K-12 technology and engineering education

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