Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Learning Proposal Submission (2020)

On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, the Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Learning will highlight Northeastern faculty, staff/co-curricular educators, administrators, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students who engage in research and inquiry focused on teaching and learning. See learning.northeastern.edu/caebl for more information.

Please submit your proposal no later than Monday, February 10, 2020.

Contact catlr@northeastern.edu with any questions or concerns.
Email address *
Lead Presenter Name *
(The lead presenter must be present at the event.)
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Primary role at Northeastern: *
Proposed Session Title *
(110 character maximum, including spaces)
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Proposed Session Category *
(Select one. Please see descriptions on conference website at learning.northeastern.edu/caebl.)
Lead Presenter Affiliation(s) - Please list College & Department or Office as relevant. *
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Collaborator(s)
(If any, including their colleges & departments or offices. Please note which collaborators, if any, will be presenting at the conference with the lead presenter.)
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Detailed Description of Your Project
1. What is the goal of the work or the major issue(s) it addresses? What was the context or setting? If it addressed a specific challenge or need, please explain. *
(200 word maximum)
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2. What did the learning experience you will be presenting on entail? How was the experience implemented? *
(200 word maximum)
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3. What evidence (i.e., literature and/or theoretical frameworks) informed the design of the learning experience? *
(200 word maximum)
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4. How is your presentation relevant to the conference theme of transparency (e.g., explicit use of SAIL)? *
See learning.northeastern.edu/caebl/#transparency for more information. (200 word maximum)
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5. The goal of this conference is to share ideas about teaching and learning that can be used across disciplines and contexts. How, specifically, will you have participants reflect on how your material relates to their own context? *
(200 word maximum)
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