Call for Proposals
NYS TESOL 51st Annual Conference
Looking Forward: Educational Empowerment & Transformative Education
The Call for Proposals for the NYS TESOL 51st Annual Conference (November 4-6) is live! Our theme this year is Looking Forward: Educational Empowerment & Transformative Education. We are tentatively planning a hybrid conference, with a virtual component and a live component.
Please consider submitting a proposal for the hybrid NYS TESOL 51st Annual Conference on November 4, 5, & 6 2021.
Sonesta White Plains Downtown
66 Hale Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601
Proposal Deadline: EXTENDED to April 15, 2021
Notification of acceptance: by August 1st, 2021
The NYS TESOL 51st Annual Conference invites you to participate, present and collaborate along with the TESOL community across New York State and the globe.We invite any proposal that ties in with our theme to engage attendees in conversations around Looking Forward: Educational Empowerment & Transformative Education. This includes emerging trends, issues and solutions in TESOL education.
Please consider presenting, sharing and discussing ideas related to the conference theme within the following categories:
Teaching English Internationally
Submit proposals here: http://bit.ly/NYSTESOLProposals2021
Virtual Day, November 4th, 2021
- Virtual Poster sessions: features successful lesson plans, projects and/or research studies.
- Virtual Presentations: either a live or short pre-recorded presentation intended to feature successful lessons, projects, reports on work in progress, and/or research studies. Virtual Presentations will be accessible on the NYS TESOL website during the Annual 51st Conference.
- Commercial: NYS TESOL accepts a limited number of Commercial Presentations, those given by publishers or sponsors of publisher's materials. These require purchase of a virtual exhibitor space and must be specifically marked as Commercial.
Face to Face at the Sonesta White Plains Downtown Conference Venue
November 5th & 6th, 2021
- Poster Presentations: presentations that feature successful lesson plans, projects and research studies.
- Paper Presentation: presentations that summarize research or studies in process in a particular field. It provides the audience with a rapid and intensive overview of research and allows for in-depth discussion among presenters and the audience. (20 minutes)
- Workshop/Demonstration: presentations that provide hands-on learning opportunities and specific takeaways that enable participants to gain more expertise in a particular area of interest, or interactive exercises designed to address a challenge. (50 minutes)
- Panel: presentations that explore a specific issue from the diverse points of view expressed by the participants. (50 minutes)
- 20 Minute Teaching Tip: short format presentations that allow presenters to share a quick strategy, game, or tool that facilitates instruction in the classroom. Teaching tips should be practical in focus and simple enough to be explained in a 20-minute format.
- Commercial: presentations that are given by publishers or sponsors and showcase publisher's materials. These require purchase of exhibitor space and must be specifically marked as Commercial.
NOTE: Paid registration to the conference will be necessary to present.
For more information, please contact:
Jasmin Cowin/Conference Chairperson: email@example.com
Carmen Diaz/Proposal Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
While we are planning a hybrid conference with both virtual and face-to face events, the fluidity of the Covid situation continues to create uncertainty in the conference planning process. We will keep you informed as to any updates.