CALL FOR PAPER
We invite presenters to send their full paper to be presented on August 22 2022. The abstract should include
the description of the study, the summary of the topic (highly expected the results of the study), five
keywords and the references. Abstract is written in English.
Full paper is written in 5-10 pages, cover the abstract, background of the study, theoretical review and
methodology findings and discussion, conclusion, and references. The full paper is written in English and
must follow the template in this site.
ICLESS 2022 aims to build an international platform that allows interested parties to gather together to
share and discuss their studies regarding all aspects of language, education, and social science from
various perspectives. Prospective authors are welcome to submit their full papers. All submissions to the
conference will go through blindly review processes. Paper that will be presented at the conference can be
research, conceptual ideas and book or review. Interesting topics are listed below for your reference only,
and not limited to the following themes:
- Model of teaching and learning in digital technology
- Evaluation and Assessment of Learning
- Technological, Pedagogical, Content, Knowledge (TPACK) in Education
- Curriculum Development in Education
- SLA for second language learners in adopting and adapting knowlege in disruptive era
- Shaping human's awareness through Genres
- The framework of socioculture in connecting human's value life
- Innovative strategy in expanding humans' social utility in life
- Fulfilling society's need for arousing communities'awareness
with additional Fee IDR 1.500.000
Stages in Article Review:
- The article is submitted to the desk review.
- The editorial team analyzes the article's grammatical use dan similarity index.
- The blind review process (The double blind review process is the
process of evaluating the work completely anonymously. In this system, only the editor knows each stage.
In this system authors do not know who the reviewer is, and the reviewers do not know whose work they
are evaluating. Thus, biased evaluation of the work by the reviewers is prevented. In addition, since
the author does not know the reviewers, he/she can not possibly get contact with the reviewer, and
influence him/her through ‘special routes’. From this point of view, the double- blind review process is
thought to provide objective evaluation and increase the equal opportunity).
- Sending the feedback to the authors.
- The authors resubmit the revision.
- The editorial team rechecks the revision
- The editorial team issues the Letter of Acceptance