The Benefits of Presenting at the Annual Meeting
The events of 2020 challenged the field of education in unprecedented ways. The pandemic forced educators to adapt to new ways of teaching that included virtual instruction and hybrid and in-person instruction constrained by masks, plexiglass, and social distancing.
You still have time to submit a proposal and share your story of lessons learned during these difficult times and contribute to the crucial conversations to rethink, reshape, and reimagine the profession at the AACTE 2022 Annual Meeting, March 4-6, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Presenting at the AACTE Annual Meeting provides you the opportunity to
- Provide a learning experience as you discuss your methods and findings with other professionals.
- Share your work and provide recognition of research efforts and experiences.
- Include this valuable information on your curriculum vitae or resume.
- Network with other professionals at your session and throughout the entire meeting.
There are four strands to choose from
- Strand I: Preparing Educators in and For the Future
- Strand II: Renewing Democracy through Activism and Collaboration
- Strand III: Addressing Public Concerns for the Future of the Profession
- Strand IV: Confronting the Challenges Facing our Programs and Institutions
Are you still considering a proposal idea?
- For advice on developing a successful submission, visit the Ed Prep Matters article, Elements of a Successful Annual Meeting Proposal: What it Takes to Present at AACTE’s 2022 Annual Meeting.
- To learn more about submitting your proposal, review the Call for Proposals.
- The deadline to submit is Friday, May 28, 2021. Submit your proposal.
Should your proposal be accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting, you will be notified by the end of August 2021. All decisions are reached through a blind review and committee selections are final.
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