Academic journal article Issues in Teacher Education

Semiannual Call for Proposals for Presentations at CCTE Conferences

Academic journal article Issues in Teacher Education

Semiannual Call for Proposals for Presentations at CCTE Conferences

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The California Council on Teacher Education (CCTE) invites submission of research and best practice proposals for its semi-annual conferences, held each Fall in San Diego and each Spring in San Jose. Proposals are encouraged which address: (1) Research related to teacher education including policy issues, classroom-based issues, teacher effectiveness, or other related topics; (2) Projects or programs reflecting best practice; and (3) Other innovative sessions related to teacher education. Proposals are invited for diverse formats: presentations, roundtables, interactive sessions, poster sessions. CCTE is seeking a variety of topics, participants, and formats for these sessions.

General Procedures: CCTE is interested in receiving proposals from faculty directly involved in teacher education programs, county and school district personnel engaged in BTSA and other teacher induction and professional development efforts, and graduate students conducting research related to teacher education.

How To Submit Proposals: You must submit proposals electronically as follows: Submit (a) an email file cover sheet listing the names, affiliations, addresses, work and home telephone numbers, and email addresses, along with requested audiovisual equipment; and (b) an email file attachment (preferably in Microsoft WORD or Microsoft Office) of a maximum 3-page, single-spaced proposal without names of the presenters. …

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