Teaching Innovation Forum
We understand that in a changing world it is necessary to adapt to the new requirements of today’s fast-changing society, with multiple ways of accessing information, different sources of learning and new models of communication. Technological advances provide us with new materials and new forms of production that society has today and with which our future graduates will have to work. Within this framework we understand that are being developed innovative teaching methodologies, which try to adapt to the new conditions of the environment and whose aim is to provide more efficient learning to help the student become a professional who responds to current problems and demands, qualified and honest, capable of facing present and future challenges.
Therefore we make an open call to all Design training centrers to present their teaching experiences by contributing innovation criteria, research on teaching and teaching innovation projects, reflecting and introspecting on their own work, on the current plans
of studies and their convenience, analyzing the coherence and meaning of them and deepening around the open questions in the different lines of work proposed in the conceptual framework of the 8th BID Meeting.
We encourage this new Meeting to involve an analysis of current teaching models, their methodologies and our capacity to adapt to the current world in our classrooms. That allows a conscious look at the model proposed one hundred years ago by Bauhaus, to retake the original project and estimate the adequacy or not of the values, methodologies and approaches proposed then for our current and future, to analyze to what extent we rescue ideas and concepts and in what other aspects we have abandoned this model by consciously or unconsciously distorting it in our Titles and Programs.
Within this framework, we invite teachers to this analysis in all their proposals presented (experiences of teaching innovation or research on teaching), which allows and encourages debate in the different roundtables on the topics worked on.
An Admission Committee will evaluate and select the papers submitted through an online registration.
Individual or collective abstracts/abstracts accepted for oral presentation will be grouped by the Admission Committee into groups, following the thematic axes proposed at the 8th BID Meeting.
*Note: representatives of DIMAD collaborating schools, members of the governing board, the scientific committee and the advisory committee act as coordinators and moderators of the different working groups.
The accepted proposals will be presented during the days of the Meeting, from 20 to 22 November, by oral communication. The maximum time allowed for each communication is 10 minutes. The debate, directed by the moderator of the table, will take place after each communication or at the end of the presentations of the group.
The summaries of the accepted papers will form part of the proceedings of the Meeting and may be consulted in advance in this section of the website.
Once they have been presented orally, the deadline will be opened for the delivery of the complete texts that will be gathered in a publication with an ISBN register. This management will be communicated to the authors in a timely manner.
It is possible to publish a selection of communications/papers in indexed journals, research journals or journals specialized in the sector with which the organization establishes agreements. See edition 2017.
Deadlines and prices
May 31, 2019 June 20, 2019
Participation price if your centre is registered: free of charge
Individual participation price if the centre is not registered: 150€ (including 21% tax). Includes certificate.
*An initial payment of 50€ will be made upon registration. When the communication is accepted it will be necessary to formalize the participation with the payment of the remaining value.
Procedure for the submission of communications
- Proposals for the presentation of oral communications can be made by sending an abstract with a maximum length of 500 words and a minimum of 200 words, using the official format of the Meeting. In this link you can download the template with the format in which this document should be sent.
- Once received, the abstracts will be reviewed by the organization to ensure that they meet the basic presentation requirements (format and length). Then they will be reviewed by members of the Admission Committee (blind pair system).
- The organization and the Admission Committee may request changes or additions to be made by the author in order for the communication to conform to the selection criteria.
- The organization of the BID Meeting will inform the speakers about the acceptance or rejection of the proposals once they have been evaluated by the Admission Committee.
- Once the review and selection has been carried out, the list of accepted papers will be published and, when appropriate, the authors will be sent comments or suggestions to be taken into account for the official publication (full text).
- Each paper will be sent as many certificates of presentation of papers as authors are registered. The names of all authors will appear on each certificate.
Format for abstract submission
- All abstracts must be submitted online through the form and always in the official format of the Meeting.
- Papers may be submitted in Spanish or Portuguese.
- This registration form will request a written profile, the CV as an attached document and the summary document referred to in the previous point. The organization will make a copy of this document where they will eliminate the data of authors, contact, country, city, and institutions that appear in the Word in order to create an anonymous document that will be evaluated by the admission committee (blind peer evaluation system).