The New York City Writing Project will host its 19th annual all-day Teacher-to-Teacher Conference (#T2T17) on Saturday, March 18th, 2017! The conference brings together teachers of grades PreK–16 from New York City and the surrounding areas to share their practice with colleagues in interactive workshops and engaging panel discussions.
Your work is valuable; your colleagues would love to hear from you about the work you’re doing in your classroom. Submit your proposal today and be a part of this conference featuring keynote speakers Dr. Christopher Emdin and Kiese Laymon!
Propose one of two session types:
Experiential Workshop: Individuals or pairs facilitate workshops by engaging participants in one or more in-depth activities from their classroom practice. Workshops explore a specific idea, concept, or inquiry and provide participants with a variety of resources and experiences that can support them in addressing the topic in their own schools and classrooms.
Panel: Panels focus on a single topic, theme, or large idea and involve experiences from the classrooms of three or more teachers. Teachers may be from the same school or teach in different buildings, but panels should address teaching literacy in multiple grades, classrooms, contexts, subjects, and/or settings. These broader-reaching sessions incorporate a range of experiences that are appropriate to a variety of contexts.
APPLY TODAY: Proposals will be accepted through Monday, January 23rd, 2017.
Accepted presenters will be notified in late January and attend a coaching session on February 11th.
To propose a workshop, visit bit.ly/T2T17Workshop
To propose a panel, visit bit.ly/T2T17Panel