SCCTE Annual Conference 2022 Session Proposal Form
Proposal Deadline: October 15, 2021
Conference Theme: Renewing Our Passion and Reinvigorating Our Practice
We did it!!!! We moved our classrooms to our dining tables. We discovered the best lighting for virtual videos. We created break-out rooms in a virtual classroom. We learned how to teach in-person and virtually...at the same time! We created and recreated lessons to meet whatever obstacles were before us. We did all of this while trying to maintain a sense of normalcy for our students, our families, and us.
As we continue to innovate in another year of uncertainty, how do we reignite our passion for our craft?
We invite you to propose presentations, posters, and roundtables that explore where we've come from and where we're going as English teachers. Consider successful ideas/practices you are implementing in your classroom...wherever that is.
There are three ways to share your work at the conference:
--Concurrent sessions: Present a session in a traditional format. Concurrent sessions are 45 minutes in length. Each room will come equipped only with a screen. Presenters are responsible for providing all other necessary equipment.
--Poster Session: Share work utilizing the condensed poster concept and interacting directly with participants in a more conversational setting. Posters or artifacts should summarize and explain work, and presenters should be prepared to discuss the work and answer questions.
--Roundtable: Lead an informal discussion of a common topic of interest, i.e. non-fiction books, equity and justice, research, AP scoring, etc.
You are welcome to submit more than one proposal, and you may submit proposals with 2-3 presenters.
PLEASE NOTE: Each room will come equipped with only a screen. Individual presenters are responsible for bringing all other necessary technology (laptops, LCD projectors, etc.). These items will not be provided.
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