2021 ORATE Award Application
Thank you for your interest in the second annual Oregon Association of Teacher Educators (ORATE) Award for travel to the annual Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) Conference. The 2021 ORATE Award will be given to one recipient to aid with conference expenses for the national ATE conference, which will online from February 13 - 17, 2021. Information on the conference can be found here: https://ate1.org/page-18499. The award recipient will be publicly recognized at the 2021 ORATE conference, will receive a recognition award, and will receive an award of $1,000, which will be promptly reimbursed with valid receipt of conference expenses. * Note. Due to the online nature of the ATE conference, the ORATE Award can be applied to registration for attendance at the virtual conference, and additional funds may be applied to professional development purchases by the Awardee.

Eligible applicants must be either a current graduate student in a Master's or Doctoral program focused on Education or an education practitioner who supports preservice or inservice teachers.

Please respond to the writing prompt below and submit this application for consideration. Award applications are due by December 1, 2020. The ORATE Award winner will be notified by December 31, 2020 and will be recognized at the annual ORATE conference on February 19, 2021. To learn more about ORATE and how to present at and attend the February conference, please click here: https://sites.up.edu/orate/
Name *
First and last name
Email Address *
Affiliated Institution *
Professional Title *
Phone Number *
Please choose one of the following categories that accurately identifies you: *
Please briefly state your current professional position, including the school/program you attend and/or the school/district/city in which you work. *
Please response to the following prompt: In 500 words or less, please respond to the following questions: What about teacher education most interests you? This year's ATE and ORATE conferences are focused on the theme Advocating for Inclusiveness, Equity, and Excellence in Teacher Education. The conference strands include: 1) advocating for all people through a culture of inclusivity; 2) advancing educator preparation throughout the next century; 3) collaborating in support of equitable educational opportunities; and 4) empowering educators toward excellence through research and practice. How do your professional practice and your future goals align with this theme? Please provide specific examples when possible. *
Reference: Please provide the name, professional title, email address, and phone number of one professional reference that may be contacted by the ORATE Board. *
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