Call for Proposals: "Reimagining Our World Together" 
CONFERENCE DATE: Saturday, November 4, 2023
LOCATION: Lincoln High School, Portland, OR

The Oregon Council of Teachers of English (OCTE), the Oregon Council for the Social Studies (OCSS), and the Oregon State Literacy Association (OSLA) will join together this Fall for a special event. 

Penny Kittle will provide our keynote presentation, and that is only the beginning! This promises to be an outstanding conference, especially because of professionals like you who generously share their experience with others. 

We encourage you to submit a proposal. Please consider the theme "Reimagining Our World Together" when framing your proposal and the interdisciplinary opportunity this conference offers.


8:30 – Breakfast and Exhibits

9:00 - Welcome

9: 15  – Concurrent Session 1

10:15 – Concurrent Session 2

11:15 – Keynote: Penny Kittle

12:15 - Oregon Spirit Book Award/OSLA Awards/OCSS Teacher Award

12:45 – Lunch/Book Signing/Exhibits

1:45 – Concurrent Session 3

2:45 - 3:00 Closing Activities


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Email *
Which organization does your proposal best align with?
Name (First & Last) *
Preferred Pronouns
Phone *
District or campus name *
Co-Presenter Name(s) — if applicable
Position or Job Title  *
What type of presentation *
Biographical Information (Around 40 words, to be used in publicity and publications). *
Title of Presentation (as you wish it to appear in publicity and publications). *
Presentation Description (40 words or fewer, as you'd like it to appear in publicity and publications). We encourage you to frame your presentation with "Reimagining Our World Together" in mind.  *
Please provide some information about the objectives, content, essential questions, and/or method of your presentation: *
Grade levels your presentation will address: *
I understand that presenters must register and pay for the conference (approx. $50). *
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