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Call for Proposals

14 February 2019
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Present at the 2019 Technology & Adult Ed Conference

OAE’s annual Technology & Adult Ed Conference is Philadelphia’s largest gathering of adult education professionals offering a variety of engaging sessions, poster displays, panels and industry leading exhibitors. We invite you to share your expertise and classroom experiences at the 2019 Technology & Adult Ed Conference.

The Office of Adult Education in collaboration with Temple University’s Center for Community Partnerships seeks proposals that address this year’s theme; Keep It Real: Teaching Tech Skills for Work and Everyday.

The goal of the Conference is to equip practitioners with tools to effectively support adults and opportunity youth (age 16 and up) to be successful in both work and everyday life. Proposals should be grounded in best practices, highly interactive, support OAE’s mission and
highlight your work in integrating technology into your adult ed classroom.

About the Technology & Adult Ed Conference

The Conference will be attended by a variety of adult education practitioners from a wide range of adult education organizations across the region; including Executive Directors, Coordinators, Teachers, Case Managers/Learning Coaches and Volunteers.

Submit a Proposal

Before submitting a proposal(s), please review session options and requirements. To submit a proposal(s) electronically, click here.

1. Practice-based Session (70 minute)

2. Poster Session

Submit a Proposal Here

We look forward to receiving your proposal!
Application Deadline: 12:00 p.m, Friday, March 22, 2019

Questions?

For more information, please contact Nicole Daker at Nicole.Daker@Phila.gov.

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