Workshop papers

Accepted workshop papers



  1. The theoretical issues and practical development of students' creativity at all levels - preschool, elementary and college - around the world and in Vietnam (the concepts of creativity, creativity development, creative relationship with the development of society, the awareness of teachers, pupils / students and leaders on creativity, creativity development, teaching methods and examples of creativity development at all levels, in different subjects; the conditions for implementing creativity development for student; the advantages and disadvantages for schools in development of creativity.
  2. Creativity assessment of the learners and workers, and creative products: the assessment forms and methods; analysis of the assessment criteria of the contests (the Intel ISEF, Vietnam Creativity, innovative science and technology, Creative and competence tests)
  3. Creative Leadership: Leadership competencies for implementing education renovation in Vietnam; leadership capacity in building creative environments and conditions for student creativity development; leadership competencies in operating instructional and creative activities in the schools; qualities and attributes of an innovative leader; solutions for developing creativity of teachers and learners, employees ...
  4. Policies and conditions for creativity development for learners and workers around the world and in Vietnam (legal environment, the internal mechanism, reward and punishment sanctions, physical facilities, funding of social and business organizations, research institutions and schools serving creative activities and the commercialization of creative products)
  5. Entrepreneurial and start up enterprises and their achievements; linkage of school and community-businesses in implementing creative activities (research cooperation mechanisms for creating innovative products; financial support and creative ideas);
  6. Information Technology and Communication (ICT) for developing creativity: inventions in ICT; ICT applications in the creative process and in creativity development
  7. Creativity development in students with different types of intelligences (linguistic, art, music, visual spatial, math, natural sciences, bodily-kinesthetic): objectives, methods, forms and achievements
  8. Creativity in business: products, ideas, model, strategies in agriculture, industry, technology, services, marketing


Guidelines on Submission of full papers

Full paper must include, title, names, and affiliations of author/s. We also require a postal address, telephone number and e-mail address for the contact author.

The abstract should not exceed 300 words.

The paper should be between 5,000 and 6,000 words in length.

The font type must be Times New Roman. Only the title must be in 14pt font, centred and in bold. The name and affiliations of all authors (including the details of the contact author) must be centred, but not in bold. The rest of the text must be in 12pt and justified in two columns with left and right margins 1.0 inch, top and bottom margins of 0.5 inch.

Submitted manuscripts will be peer-reviewed and high-quality research papers are eligible to be considered for publication in the conference proceeding.