The Student Research Conference offers a space to share new knowledge construction processes carried out by students from schools around the world. Its purpose is to disseminate and promote the research carried out by students, as well as to share their experiences and learnings as researchers.

Every year, students socialize with the educational community the products of their rigorous research exercises which contribute to the active construction of knowledge. The Student Research Conference is a privileged space for interaction among young researchers and mutual learning.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Research papers developed by elementary or high school students (individual or groups), with the advice of their teachers, in the following areas are invited to participate:

  • Humanities: history, geography, philosophy, economics, sociology, anthropology, politics, literature.
  • Basic sciences: chemistry, physics, mathematics, astronomy.
  • Biological sciences: ecology and environment, biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics.
  • Arts: music, performing arts, visual arts, audiovisuals, architecture, design.
  • Sport sciences: physical education, health, biomechanics, sports physiology, kinesthetics.

LANGUAGES: SPANISH AND ENGLISH

Papers will be evaluated by the editorial committee of El Astrolabio (Gimnasio Campestre’s scientific journal) and selected to present according to topic, relevance, and quality.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: APRIL 22, 2024

PAPERS MUST BE PRESENTED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

(A) Completed Research

Presentation of the results of completed research, including the title of the work, research question, justification, objectives, methodology, results, conclusions, and references consulted. The presentation of artistic creation projects must be additionally supported by solid documentary bases that allow reflection on the results presented.

  • Presentation time: 7 minutes max.
  • Presentation options:
  1. Academic poster (live)
  2. Slides (live)
  3. Video (Pre-recorded)

(B) Research-In-Progress

Presentation of research process including title of the work, objectives, problem and/or questions, frame of reference, methodological approach, and partial results, if any.

  • Presentation time: 7 minutes max.
  • Presentation options:
  1. Slides (live)
  2. Video (Pre-recorded)

All presentations accepted at the conference will participate in a subsequent working group, led by an expert from the Research Centers, whose objective will be to compare methodological experiences and offer feedback and projection to the research presented.

For questions or further information please contact: rsuarez@campestre.edu.co

If you are interested in attending the event only as a participant, and not as a presenter, please register here no later than May 3rd.