NYAR Conference – Call for Proposals
Components of Proposals:
(Use “Person-First Language”)
Provide a short proposal title–no more than 15 words.
Explain how the proposal relates to one or two (no more than two) of the five strands (SEE STRANDS)
Write an informative and interesting description of your presentation in 30 to 60 words; include specific objective(s), topics(s), and target audience. (If accepted, this description will be used in the conference program.)
Summarize proposal in 250 to 350 words. Preference will be given to proposals that describe practical models, programs, methods, strategies, or practices and provide “take home” learning opportunities for participants. Session presentations must not include advertisements for books, products, programs, or services.
Describe evidence that demonstrates the field-tested effectiveness of the proposed solution or approach. Explain how the proposal is based on known research and promising practices.
Select preferred presentation format: individual presentation to a group of 50–70 OR poster presentation. Poster presentations will provide an opportunity for interaction and consultation with conference attendees. These presentations should feature visual aids and handouts.
Provide brief biographical information about relevant professional experience FOR EACH PRESENTER.
Provide address, phone, fax, and email.
(PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF ANY OF THE REQUESTED INFORMATION IS MISSING)
Last updated: 10/17/2017