Call for Session Proposals
We invite you to submit a proposal for our 2018 Literacy for All Conference.
As the leading literacy and Reading Recovery conference in the Northeast, Literacy for All includes more than 100 workshops for grades PreK-8, which cover a wide range of topics, such as:
- Vocabulary Instruction
- Phonics/Word Study
- Genre Study
- Coach/Principal Team
- Best Practices of Reading Recovery Teaching and More
To submit a proposal, please complete our online form. If we select your session, you can attend the Literacy for All Conference for free on Monday and Tuesday.
The Literacy for All Conference draws more than 1,500 PreK–8 literacy and Reading Recovery educators. The attendees are professionals who come to us from New England, across the nation, and abroad, including:
- Classroom Teachers
- Reading and Literacy Specialists
- Reading Teachers
- Title I Teachers
- Principals and Assistant Principals
- Special Education Teachers
- Reading Recovery Teachers
Types of Presentations
We are looking for proposals for 90-minute sessions or 3-hour in-depth sessions. Please state your session's intended time slot on the online proposal form.
We are looking for sessions that cover the following topics:
- Reading Recovery
- Common Core State Standards
- Administrators/School Leaders
- Classroom Literacy (PreK–K, K–2, 3–6, 5–8)
- Technology and Literacy
- Literacy Coaching
- Children's Literature and Authors
- Use this printable proposal form (PDF) as a guide for gathering information in advance before starting on the online proposal form (outline, bio, co-presenter information). We need outlines for all sessions.
- Provide a session description as you would like it to appear in the conference brochure. Also, please keep your description within a maximum of 75 words.
- Conference registration fee for Monday and Tuesday is waived for one presenter per session only, unless the presentation is repeated.
- You can submit multiple proposals.