Call for Papers

The objective of ICTES is to provide a forum for scientists, researchers and students to discuss and exchange their new ideas, novel results, work in progress and experience on all aspects of Teaching and Education Sciences. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

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Adolescent Psychology
History of Education
Advanced Educational Statistics and Application of Statistics Packages
Home Education 
Alternative Assessment of Teaching
Human Resource Management and Development in Education
Anthropology of Education
Humanism and Education
Children’s Psychology
Instructional Design
Cognitive Psychology
Interpersonal Relationships and Communication
Comparative Education
Introduction to Education
Comparison of Child Education in Different Countries 
Introduction to Special Education
Creative and Individualized Teaching
Law of Education
Creativity and Special Abilities
Leadership in Educational Administration
Critical Theory and Education
Life Education
Curriculum Development and Design
Management of Educational Business
Decision of Educational Administration 
Methods of Educational Research
Development of School-based Curriculum
Modern Thoughts on Education
Developmental Psychology
Multicultural Education
Early Childhood Education 

Organizational Behavior in Education
Economics of Education
Parent Education
Education Marketing
Philosophy of Education
Educational Administration
Psychological and Educational Assessment 
Educational Evaluation
Psychology of Instruction
Educational Finance
Reading Psychology and Teaching
Educational Philosophy
School Administration
Educational Psychology
Secondary Education 
Elementary Education 
Sociology of Education
Finance of Education
Sociology of Teaching
Gender Education
Special Education 
Group Guidance in Classroom
Teaching Talent Training 
Hermeneutics and Education
Testing and Evaluation in Education
Education Reform 
Politics of Education
Education Supervision
Postmodern Thoughts
Educational Accounting and Finance Management
Primary Education