This track focuses on the implementation and dissemination of innovative teaching strategies or use of tools for teaching & learning in different contexts such as classrooms, online & blended settings, learning of skills etc.

Submissions should be in the form of a two-page abstract (adhering to the IEEE Formatting) and must include the objective(s), description of the strategy or method for using tools for learning, and recommendations of how others can use it. Please submit practices or strategies that you have tried and used (ie not just an idea). Submissions will be reviewed based on relevance and innovativeness. Abstracts of accepted submissions will appear in the proceedings published by EdTech Society.

To whom might this track be of interest? 

We encourage submissions from (but not limited to)

  • Teachers at school level¬†¬†
  • Instructors at higher education levels in a variety of disciplines
  • Trainers in organizations
  • Pedagogy & technology advisors/consultants¬†
  • Implementation partners for educational solutions (such as those from NGOs)

Important Notice:

Submissions of Workshop, Best Practices/Teaching Demos, and Tool/Product Demo types should be done through Microsoft CMT, refer to the submission guidelines. For any query, contact