22nd International Conference on Issues related to Individuals with Specific Needs (29.3.2022),

9th Young Research Workers Conference (30.3.2022)

If you have any question, you can contact Mgr. Lucie Moudra on mail


Topic: Special education teacher in the online world


  • Help and support in online space
  • Reflection of lockdown in researches (special educational, psychological, sociological)

The articles submitted to the conference proceedings will be peer-reviewed

Presentation of all invited speakers will be translate into English and into Czech Sign Language.

Scientific committee

doc. PaedDr.  Lea Květoňová, Ph.D.

prof. PaedDr. Libuše Ludíková, CSc.

prof. PhDr. PaedDr. Miloň Potměšil, Ph.D.

prof. dr. hab.Adam Stankowski, Ph.D.

prof. PaedDr. Alica Vančová, CSc.

prof. PaedDr. Milan Valenta, Ph.D.

doc. Mgr. Kateřina Vitásková, Ph.D

prof. PhDr. Marie Vítková, CSc.


Auditorium of Faculty of Education of Palacky University in Olomouc, Žižkovo nám. 5

Registration information

Key dates:

· Deadline for active participants: 20 February 2022

· Abstract submission deadline: 20 Frebruary 2022

· Anthology submission deadline: 10 April 2022

· Deadline for passive (non-presenting) participants: until the venue and conference are filled to capacity

Registration fees:


by 28 February 2022

after 1 March 2022 and walk-ins

with paper

without paper

with paper

without paper

Academia, part-time programme students, others

800 CZK

800 CZK

1,200 CZK

1,200 CZK

Full-time programme students

500 CZK

200 CZK

500 CZK

400 CZK

The fee for both days for full-time Special Education undergraduates is free.

Please transfer the amount to the following Palacký University bank account:

Bank account: 19-1096330227/0100

Variable symbol (VS): 9941220011

Please type your name in Information for Recipient of the money order for the registration fee (postal order).

Participants are OBLIGED to submit the payment receipt upon registration (postal order receipt, account statement).

Full-time students are obliged to submit a valid student ID upon registration.

Your registration will be confirmed once the conference fee payment has been received.


All participants arrange their own accommodation.

How to register:

Non-presenting participants:


Presenting participants:


Please enter your personal details and attach an abstract.
Once you submit the form, you will receive an email confirming your registration at the email address specified.
Sign in at the website to change your details.

Active participation rules

If you are planning to take an active part in the conference, you may hold a presentation, workshop or poster. You can also submit your paper to the conference anthology. For more information on the forms of presentation, see below. 

1 Presentation

Time limit: 20 minutes including discussion.

If a presenter from the same block is absent, the session may be extended accordingly.

Presentation is intended for a large audience of up to 150 people.

Presenting participants will be free to use standard technical equipment (notebook, data projector, wireless presenter and pointer).

If you should need other technical equipment, please specify this in your paper registration.

2 Workshop

Time limit: 1.5 hrs.

A workshop is an interactive presentation for a small group of maximum 30 participants (please specify the required number of participants in your registration form).

A workshop should promote interaction between the presenter and the participants.

Technical equipment specified in the registration form will be available for the workshops.

3 Research poster

Size limit – 90 x 120 cm

A poster made of multiple A4 pages cannot be accepted as a poster.

Poster sessions will be listed in the programme.

Vertical placement – 90 horizontal and 120 vertical.

The researchers are obliged to accompany their posters for the duration of the poster session.

Poster recommendation:

1. Name and place of the conference where the poster is presented

2. Title – short (maximum eight words)

3. Authors

4. Research centre/university of the research project

5. Introduction, design – research objective usually summarized in a few brief sentences;

6. Theoretical background of research – review of key poster themes;

7. Description of the population and sample;

8. Methodology – key or new methods of data collection;

9. Results;

10. Conclusion – typically 1 to 3 clear sentences;

11. Discussion – possible limits and benefits of the research;

12. References – 3 to 5 main sources.


The participants reserve their accommodation individually!

The list of accommodation facilities is available at

For more information please contact:

Lucie Moudrá

GSM: +420 723 103 311


Oranisation committee

  • Mgr. Miluše Hutyrová, Ph.D.
  • doc. Mgr. Michal Růžička, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Martin Dominik Polínek, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Adéla Hanáková, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Bc. Ivana Hrubešová, DiS., Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Jan Chrastina, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Kateřina Jeřábková, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Zdeňka Kozáková, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Kristýna Krahulcová, Ph.D.
  • PhDr. Kateřina Kroupová, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. BcA. Pavel Kučera, PhD.
  • Mgr. Jaromír Maštalíř, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Renata Mlčáková, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Oldřich Műller, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Veronika Růžičková, Ph.D.
  • doc. Mgr. Kateřina Vitásková, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Lucie Moudrá
  • PhDr. Martin Dolejš, Ph.D.
  • Mgr. Romana Poprocká
  • Mgr. Barbora Považanová
  • Mgr. Gabriel Kňažek
  • Mgr. Jan Švec