Call for Papers

อีเมล พิมพ์ PDF

Venue : Impact Convention Centre, Muangtong Thani, Nonthaburi

Date :  17-19 October 2011

Lifelong learning should provide for all members of society, from the very young to the elderly, including the disadvantaged, the disabled and those living in difficult circumstances. Comprising formal, non formal and informal education services, lifelong learning is characterized by diverse modes of delivery which are innovative, flexible and adaptable and by content which is relevant and responsive to needs. Apart from helping people to keep pace with rapid developments in various fields of knowledge, it is also a means to cultivate responsible citizenship and promote and social cohesion.

Lifelong learning begins with health, nutrition, care and development initiatives to ensure every child is given the best possible start in life. It covers basic education services to equip the individual with the foundational knowledge and skills on which they can build throughout life. It integrates life skills training on a wide range of social, economic and political issues through education programmes aimed at developing self-awareness, analytical and critical thinking skills, communication and interpersonal skills, decision-making and problem-solving skills. It comprises vocational skills and workplace training to prepare young people to enter the 21st century workforce as well as initiatives to upgrade or retrain members of the existing workforce. It includes higher education opportunities in the general or vocational streams. In Thailand, an aging population has also highlighted the need for education and training which will help the elderly to remain active and productive members of society.

The 6th Thailand Education Congress invites Thai and international teachers, researchers, educators and education personnel to present their ideas and experiences on the role of teachers on quality lifelong learning provision in relation to the following sub themes: 

Submission Procedure
Interested persons should submit a maximum 300 word abstract in English by e-mail to one of the following contact persons by:

                 Asst. Prof. Dr. Siriparn Sriwanyong:   อีเมลนี้จะถูกป้องกันจากสแปมบอท แต่คุณต้องเปิดการใช้งานจาวาสคริปก่อน
              • Dr. Sumolnit Kerdnoonwong:    อีเมลนี้จะถูกป้องกันจากสแปมบอท แต่คุณต้องเปิดการใช้งานจาวาสคริปก่อน

Please click here to download the Abstract Submission Form.
Complete all sections and send this document as an attachment named:
 abstract_TEC_conference_ (author’s name)
Submitted abstracts will be considered by a review panel assigned by the program committee. Selected presenters will be allocated a 20 minute time slot. The actual presentation should last 15 minutes and may take the form of a research-based Power Point presentation or adopt a more interactive workshop style.  There will be a 5 minute discussion period at the end of each presentation to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas.

Important Deadlines:

Registration Fees:   Register online at