You Could Be a Presenter at the 2017 ATPE Summit!

Are you a lesson plan guru? Is your classroom management tip top? We want to know your secret! Share your skills with ATPE members at the 2017 ATPE Summit!

The Association of Texas Professional Educators is accepting professional learning session proposals for our 2017 Summit in Austin, Texas, on July 10-12, 2017. ATPE strives to provide the most relevant, timely, and engaging professional learning sessions at summit. We recognize that our members are our most valuable resource, so we are providing YOU a unique opportunity to share your knowledge!

ATPE seeks proposals that:

  • Are innovative and interactive
  • Represent members’ learning needs
  • Encourage quality continuing education
  • Allow members to network and learn from their peers
  • Enable Texas educators to keep pace with emerging issues and technologies

This proposal process is a competitive one. We expect to receive many more proposals than the session spaces we need to fill. You must demonstrate in your proposal that your session fills a vital continuing education need for our membership.

All accepted session proposals will be scheduled on Tuesday, July 11, at the Austin Convention Center. Presenters must be available to present their session on that day at the time assigned by ATPE.

The submission deadline is Weds, March 8, 2017, at midnight. All proposals must be submitted via this form or typed in the exact same format. All submissions must be typed. Please follow the directions at the top of the form for submitting your proposal by postal mail or email.

Professional development session proposals will only be accepted from active ATPE members.

Submitting a professional learning session proposal does not guarantee that your session will be included in ATPE’s 2017 Summit program.

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