Proposal Form: NSLA 49th Annual Conference - February 24, 25, 2022 - Engaging in Equity
Conference Dates: February 24-25, 2022
Location of Conference - Kearney, Nebraska; Younes Conference Center
Proposals are being accepted for Thursday and Friday Presentations
Multiple proposals may be submitted by the same presenter.
Call for Program Proposals Deadline: Received by Wednesday, September 15, 2021.
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Program General Information Guidelines
Proposals must be received by Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Criteria used for reviewing proposals include:
1) Relevance of topic
2) Quality and clarity of the proposal
3) Implications or applications for needs and interests of the audience
4) Organization and clear method of presentation
The person submitting each proposal will be notified of the committee's decision via e-mail.
As a professional, nonprofit organization, the Nebraska State Literacy Association cannot reimburse program participants for travel, hotel or copying expenses. If a proposal is accepted for presentation on Thursday or Friday, the lead presenter will only need to pay half price registration for that day.
The program is composed of individual sessions and workshops:
* An individual session runs for either 45 or 60 minutes and is designed to provide an overview of a given topic.
* A workshop lasts 90 minutes and uses an interactive format and audience participation.
Our attendees are interested in learning about a wide variety of literacy topics. Review the list below for areas
in which you can share your expertise.
* phonological awareness
* phonics/word study - engaging phonic instruction
* literacy leadership
* children's literature
* young adult literature
* equitable literacy practices
* meeting the needs of diverse learners
* culturally responsive teaching
* small group instruction
* science of reading and balanced literacy
* disciplinary literacy
* executive functioning skills
* teaching writing
* parent engagement
* using novel and short stories
* diverse text sets
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