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submission format

For the conference presentations there are different formats:

- Panel Discussion / Symposia 
- Workshops (by invitation only)
- Oral presentation of investigations and experience demonstration 
- Interactive poster and paper presentation

A brief description of the presentation formats is:


- PANEL DISCUSSION / SYMPOSIA
Panel Discussions and Symposia are 90-minute sessions comprised of presentations by 3-5 individuals who address a common theme or topic in PBL or other Active Learning Method. Thirty minutes should be reserved for questions and discussion.


- WORKSHOPS
Workshops are 90-minute small-group interactive sessions that focus on a specific PBL or Active Learning Method intervention or assessment emphasizing the demonstration and application of techniques, skills, etc.


- RESEARCH AND EXPERIENCES PAPER PRESENTATIONS
Paper presentations are reports about research and/or the implementation and application of PBL or Active Learning Methods. They can be submitted individually or by an institution with four complementary papers. This are 90-minute sessions, in which twenty minutes should be reserved for questions and discussion.


- INTERACTIVE POSTER AND PROTOTYPE PRESENTATIONS
Posters are visual and graphic representations and Prototypes are original models of products, processes, and public policies that can be tested prior to confirm its functionality. Proposals should refer to research and/or the implementation and application of PBL or Active Learning Methods. Each presenter must prepare a Poster or a Prototype that will be exhibited and discussed during a session in a fair format. Participants will be able to see the material and interact with the author.

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