3rd International Scientific Conference “Dance Education Tendencies and Perspectives”

Call for Papers and Guidelines

The manuscripts (up to 7–9 pages) in Englishwhich meet academic requirements will be internationally peer reviewed and considered for publication in “Collection of Scientific Articles”.



At the beginning of the manuscript the following should be mentioned: author's name, surname (12 pt, Bold, All Caps), institution that submits the paper, country (12 pt Normal), title of the manuscript (14 pt Bold, All Caps).

Short summary: in English up to 1500 characters (12 pt, Italic).

Body of the manuscript: introduction, aim, materials and methods of the work, results, conclusions (12 pt, Normal) and references (the list of literature) (10 pt, Normal).

At the end of the manuscript the following should be mentioned: author's academic position, scientific degree, name, surname, institution, personal address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address (10 pt, Normal).

Requirements for the organisation of the manuscript: The manuscript should not exceed 8 pages including the list of literature and summary in English up to 1500 characters. The manuscript should be typewritten in A4 format, set in one column according to the following parameters: margins- 2.5 cm, text editor- Word, Times New Roman, font number 12, spaces between lines - 1. Each paragraph should start with a 1.5 cm indention. Tables and pictures should be numbered. Tables and pictures should be in black and white with captions in English. They must be cited in the text; Arabic numbering should be used. The size of tables and pictures should not exceed A4 format page.

References should be indicated in the typescript by giving the author's name, with the year of publication in parentheses, e. g., (Bamberger, 1991).

The References should be listed in full at the end of the paper in the order of Latin alphabet, followed by literature in Cyrillic alphabet. The list of literature should precisely follow the form depicted in the sample (10 pt, Normal).


Garaigordobil, M. (2006). Intervention in Creativity with Children Aged 10 and 11 Years: Impact of a Play Program on Verbal and Graphic-Figural Creativity. Creativity Research Journal, Volume 18, No. 3, p. 329–345.

Hahele, R. (2006). Pašvērtējums mācību procesā [Self-Assesment in Study Process]. Rīga: RaKa, 189.–190. lpp. (in Latvian).

Kieseritzky, H., Schwabe, M. (2005). Gruppenimprovisation als musikalische Basisarbeit [Group Improvisation as Musical Base Work]. In: Ensemblespiel und Klassenmusizieren in Schule und Musikschule: ein Handbuch für die Praxis [Playing Music in a Group and Class at School and Music School: Handbook for Practice]. Rudolf-Dieter Kraemer, Wolfgang Rudiger (Hrg.), 2. unveränderte Auflage. Augsburg: Wiβner, S. 155–175 (in German).

Kočāne, I. (2001, 23. aprīlis). Psiholoģija vecākiem [Psychology for Parents]. Diena, 1., 3. lpp. (in Latvian).

Mollenhauer, K. (2003). Vergessene Zusammenhänge. Über Kultur und Erziehung [Forgotten Backgrounds. About Culture and Upbringing]. Weinheim und München: Juventa Verlag, S. 114–154 (in German).

Pētersons, E. (1931). Vispārīgā didaktika [General Didactics]. Rīga: A. Gulbis Publishing house (in Latvian).

Petty, G. (2004). Teaching Today, 3rd edition. UK: Nelson Thornes Ltd.

Wells, G. (2002). Learning and Teaching for Understanding: the Key Role of Collaborative Knowledge Building. http://people.ucsc.edu/~gwells(01.11.2007.)

Крайг, Г. (2000). Психология развития [Psychology of Development]. Санкт-Петербург: Питер, c. 552–560 (in Russian). 

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