SASTE 2020 Proposal Submissions
The theme for the Southeastern Association for Science Teacher Education (SASTE) 2020 conference is "STEM in the Community." Participants arriving on Friday (October 2, 2020) will have an opportunity to participate in an afternoon hike on the Lake Zwerner Trail around the Yahoola Creek Reservoir (3.2 miles – rated moderate) and attend an evening social in Dahlonega! The conference will begin Saturday morning (October 3, 2020) and will include 1) presentations (traditional, works in progress, and advice in the trenches), 2) a session for mentoring and dialogue between regional members, and 3) our keynote speaker, Dr. Rosann Kent, Director of Appalachian Studies Center at the University of North Georgia. Please note that you must be a current SASTE member to present.
What is your first and last name?
What is your email address?
Your institution/organization affiliation:
Please include the name(s) and institution/organization(s) for each of your co-author(s).
Works in Progress
Advice from the Trenches
Title of your Presentation (15 words or fewer)
Proposal Abstract (75 words or fewer). Abstracts will appear in the conference program.
Conference Proposal (750 words or fewer including references). Please include the following (if applicable): 1) Background/Introduction; 2) Research Questions or Purpose Statement; 3) Literature Review; 4) Methodology; 5) Analysis and Results (can be preliminary); 6) Discussion/Implications; 7) References.
Please indicate which way you prefer to share your work. We will make every effort to accommodate your preference.
Are you willing to serve as a session presider at the conference?
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