The 2022 Sunshine State TESOL (SSTESOL) Program Committee invites you to submit a session, workshop, or paper/research proposal for the 2022 SSTESOL Virtual Conference. SSTESOL is seeking proposals that reflect the best and most promising topics, research, and practice to support quality education of English learners (ELs) from diverse populations. This year’s Conference will include online live presentations. The conference theme is “New Opportunities, New Horizons” Use the guidelines below for your proposal.

Submission Timeline

● Registration opens: May 31, 2022

● Deadline for proposal submissions to be received: July 31, 2022

● Acceptances and notifications announced: August 31, 2022

● Registration deadline for all accepted presenters: July 31, 2022

● Conference presentations will be live and virtual on October 22, 2022

Registration Presenters must register for the conference (for multi-authored presentations, all presenters must register).

Proposal Components

Presenter Information: Name, title, institutional affiliation, email address, physical address, and telephone number of all presenters on proposal.

Presenter Bio: 30-word limit

Title: 12-word limit

Strand: Choose one: dual language, K-12, adult education, EFL, EAP/IEP, teacher education, technology, advocacy/policy, other Presentation Type: Practice-Oriented Session, Demonstration/Workshop, or Paper/Research (45 minutes)

Abstract: 100-word limit. This will be used in the program. Please proofread. Proposal

Summary: 300-word limit Selection Criteria: Timeliness of topic, relevance to conference theme, positive contribution to the TESOL field, and clarity. The following rubric will be used.

Submission: Proposals should be submitted to:

Online presenters will be invited by the SSTESOL Program Committee upon acceptance of the proposal.




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