2023 VCTM Conference Speaker Proposal
We are now accepting proposals to speak at the 2023 Annual Conference of the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The conference will be held at George Mason University on March 17 - March 18.

Proposals for traditional sessions will be accepted until October 10, 2022.
Proposals for tabletop (poster) sessions will be accepted until December 17, 2022.
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Session Information
Title of Session *
Limit the title of your session to no more than 100 characters.
Short Description of Session (to appear in program) *
Please provide a short description of your session. This description would appear in the conference program. This section is limited to 750 characters.
Detailed Description of Session *
Please provide a detailed description of your session. This description will be used by the program committee in determining which sessions will be offered at your conference. Include how you will engage your audience and how your session is related to the conference strand.
Target Audience *
Please indicate the grade band(s) that are the target audience for your session. Select all that apply.
Culturally responsive teaching:
*Topics could include equitable practices in math, collaboration, increasing student voice, math routines, etc.

Data Science
*Topics could include tips for teaching a course in data science, incorporating data science into other courses, use of technology, etc.
Thinking Classrooms
*Topics could include problem solving, math teaching practices, rich tasks, productive struggle, etc.

Focus Group Cohorts (the session begins at the conference, and continues during the summer)
*These sessions are designed to network participants around a common interest. You will begin learning at the conference and continue to meet as a small cohort throughout the year.  You may indicate any idea for a focus group.
Strand *
Topic for focus group cohort
If proposing a session for a focus group cohort, indicate the overarching topic here. Otherwise, leave this blank.
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