• 20 Feb 2012

Submit a Proposal for the 2012 NCSS Annual Conferece

2012 NCSS Conference Proposals

With its spectacular setting on Puget Sound, vibrant historical legacy, ever-changing cultural diversity and high tech aura, Seattle opens windows to a myriad of worlds. We invite you to submit a proposal for presenting at the 2012 NCSS Annual Conference. The 2012 conference will draw attendees from both sides of the U.S.-Canadian border, as well as other countries. You may propose a presentation in any of the following formats:

  • Session (1 hour): A targeted presentation that includes opportunities for audience participation. All sessions will be presented on Friday and Saturday.
  • Workshop (2 hours): A more intensive format with time for hands-on experiences. All workshops will be presented on Sunday morning.
  • Poster (1 hour): An opportunity to illustrate an innovative lesson, teaching strategy, or research result in a less formal setting. All posters will be presented on Friday and Saturday.
  • Pre-Conference Clinic: A ticketed half-day or full-day exploration of a specific topic. All clinics will be held on Thursday prior to the main conference program. The costs associated with a clinic (on-site or off-site) must be included in a budget submitted to NCSS once a clinic has been selected. The ticket amount for attendees must cover all costs of putting on the clinic.
We will be looking for proposals that speak to the conference subthemes while also addressing the common concerns of social studies educators everywhere.

The deadline for submitting proposals is February 20, 2012. 

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