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LfPL Symposium Submission Form
Thank you for your interest in leading a session at the Leadership for Professional Learning Symposium 2022. Please complete all fields below. You may submit more than one proposal - please complete a separate form for each. The symposium is a working session in which participants are expected to host a dialogue; bring an artifact, document, or other material to contribute to that dialogue; and participate in other dialogues within up to two selected symposium strands.

Proposal submissions are due 31 October 2021 and applicants will be notified of acceptance no later than 15 January 2022. If your submission is accepted, you will receive an invitation to register.

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Last Name *
First Name *
Email *
Co-Presenting/Duplicate Submission? *
Twitter Handle
Role/Title *
Organization *
Location (City, State/Province) *
Country *
Professional Bio (100 words maximum) *
Proposed Session Title (15 words maximum) *
Abstract: Please describe the conversation you would like to host or dialogue you would like to stimulate. We are most interested in provoking courageous conversations, critiquing innovations, and pioneering concepts, not victory narratives. (150 words maximum) *
What will you be bringing with you to contribute to the dialogue at the Symposium? (e.g., artifact, document, instrument/tool, case study, conceptual approach/model, video exemplars of practices or programs - 25 words maximum) *
Select the symposium strand you would like to participate in (choose top two) *
LfPL will offer the choice of attending the 2022 symposium online or in-person at Dublin City University (Dublin, Ireland). Please indicate your preference. *
The LfPL Symposium strives to be as inclusive as possible and intends to make limited financial assistance available to those who need it. Would you like to be considered to receive this assistance? *
Please select your preferred shape. This response will be used to assist with groupings. *
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