Types of Possible Contributions :

Based on this argument and within the framework of any one of the tracks, contributions from local,national, and international pragmatic experiences are sought, as well as contributions from research work.
Submitted proposals can take different forms:

Individual communications

These are formal presentations on an original scientific contribution (i.e., based on a scientific approach and analysis of data of all kinds). These communications will be presented by one or more authors within thirty (30) minutes, including twenty (20) minutes devoted to the presentation and ten (10) minutes to the discussion after each presentation, gathered downstream of each session.


Posters are intended for face-to-face discussions. This communication format is particularly relevant for presenting visual information (tables, graphs, diagrams, etc.). Each poster session (bringing together different participants) can last between thirty (30) minutes and one hour (1h00). Presenters must be present to discuss their contributions for the full duration.

Round tables

Panel discussions are intended to stimulate conversations and engage in in-depth discussions between presenters and participants in the room. Two (2) or three (3) presenters are assigned to a round table. In general, each presenter has a period of fifteen (15) minutes for his main presentation. The mediator provides an overview of the whole debate and the participants in the room can intervene with questions or suggestions.


Symposia can take place during the forum to promote the sharing or publication of works resulting from the meeting of several researchers working on specific issues in the field of training and the teaching profession.
Note that a symposium cannot include more than 50% of papers whose first author is a student. In addition, the main organizer of a symposium cannot be a student.
You must submit your symposium proposal using the form provided for this purpose.

      Proposal format

Proposals for individual communications, round tables, and posters are expected in electronic form on the following form:


They must include the following information:

  • a title: 20 words
  • a summary: 500 words
  • the first and last names of the authors
  • the establishment(s)
  • the status
  • the e-mail addresses
  • the phone numbers
  • the addresses
  • the area of contributions

For each author, a maximum of two contributions are allowed as a first author.

Proposals for symposia are expected in electronic form on the following form:


They must include the following information:

  • a title ;
  • a presentation text of the symposium which will be published in the program: 500 words ;
  • the number of speakers ;
  • the number of communications ;
  • the organizers ;
  • the estimated duration.

The duration of the symposium is determined based on 30-minute presentations, but you may prefer shorter presentations (20 minutes for example) to favor discussions. In addition, 30 additional minutes will be allocated to you to furnish summary or discussion activities as you wish (e.g., 5 presentations of 30 minutes and 30 minutes of discussion: 150 minutes + 30 additional minutes = 180 minutes).

For more information: write to us at: forumeducation.tunis@gmail.com

           Eligibility Criteria

  • Proposals for papers must be submitted using the online electronic form. Please note that proposals sent by e-mail will not be accepted.
  • The creation of an account is essential for the submission of the contribution.
  • A person cannot submit more than two paper proposals as the first author.
  • Students cannot submit more than one proposal as the first author.
  • Undergraduate and master’s students are invited to present their contributions in the form of posters.
  • All contribution proposals are evaluated by members of the scientific committee in a double-blind manner.

   Evaluation Criteria

Individual communication and poster proposals are evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Adequacy with the issue of the axis and the importance of the subject/question/research problem;
  • Clarity of the problem;
  • Clarity of methodology;
  • Research design if it is an empirical study, including clearly stated questions, data sources, data collection, and analysis procedures;
  • Theoretical or conceptual framework, if applicable, including integration of the subject into current thinking, clear exposition of the subject and its contribution to the scientific literature;
  • Clarity and structure of the proposal;
  • Presence of a conclusion or research results.

Symposium proposals are evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Clarity of the summary;
  • Adequacy with the problematic of the axis;
  • Concordance of keywords (3 to 5) with the summary;
  • Identification of communicators;
  • Consistency and complementarity of the various communications.

Round table proposals are evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Name of presenters;
  • Clarity of the theme of the round table;
  • Clarity of the summary;
  • Adequacy with the problematic of the axis;
  • Adoption of a comparative approach;
  • Time allocated to each presenter;
  • Schedule indicating the public participation period.

Abstracts of communication, poster, round table, and symposium will be published on the forum website. It is therefore recommended that particular care be taken in drafting summaries.

     General Regulation

The eligibility and evaluation criteria are the same for oral communications as well as for posters and symposia. Communication summaries are slated for publication on the forum website. Consequently, it is advisable to exercise special attention and diligence when composing your summary.

     Edition Project

Regarding the Forum, various dissemination actions are planned in diverse formats, encompassing proceedings on the Forum’s official website, a thematic issue publication in a scholarly journal, and the creation of a collective work. These measures are intended to effectively share and circulate the valuable insights and contributions arising from the Forum’s discussions and deliberations.