Poster Session & Presentation Proposals

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June 15 - 18, 2022 | Montgomery, Alabama

We invite all Noyce PI's, Noyce Scholars, Noyce Teachers, and Noyce Personnel to submit a presentation proposal for the 2022 regional conference and register a project or research poster for the conference poster session.

This year's conference will center around five learning strands, identified through a needs assessment of PI's, scholars, teachers, and personnel involved with Noyce projects throughout the Southeast Region including:

  1. Teaching STEM to Diverse Populations. Examples include but are not limited to topics that address the below:
    • Anti-Bias Self-Reflection
    • Anti-Racist Pedagogy Development
    • Strategies for Student Implementation of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
    • Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Populations
  2. Noyce Program Administration. Examples include but are not limited to topics that address the below:
    • Recruitment & Retention of Minority and Underrepresented Scholars
    • Pandemic-Minded Data and Programming
    • Incorporating College Course Content to Gap Fill for Lesser Aligned Majors
    • Programmatic Operations and Best Practices
  3. Mathematics in Secondary Education. Examples include but are not limited to topics that address the below:
    • Pedagogy and Strategies
    • Conceptual Content Building for High Cognition in High School Math
    • Inquiry and Project-Based Mathematics Units
    • CER (Claims, Evidence, Reasoning) Mathematics
  4. Science in Secondary Education. Examples include but are not limited to topics that address the below:
    • Citizen Science
    • Environmental Justice in Science
    • Pedagogical Approaches for Chemistry
    • Socio-Scientific Issues
  5. Preparing for the Upcoming School Year.  Examples include but are not limited to topics that address the below:
    • Transitioning from Online and Hybrid to Traditional Classrooms
    • Reaching Students Who Have/Had Limited Technology Access
    • Project-Based Learning and Data Analysis
    • Classroom Management for Hybrid and Traditional Classrooms
    • Moving Forward in Science or Mathematics While Remediating

Project & Research Posters

All Noyce projects are required to virtually present a project poster during the conference.  Noyce Scholars & Teachers are welcome to present posters related to their Noyce research projects as well.  To ensure we have adequate space to display all posters, please register your poster by May 19th, 2022.

 

Poster Guidelines

  • Use the online form to register your poster by May 19th, 2022.
  • A confirmation email with additional information will be sent by May 30th.
  • Posters should be approximately 36" x 48" in size.
  • Boards and fixtures will be provided so that posters may be displayed. 

Conference Presentations

Presentations are a great way to share high quality resources, report research findings, and build a strong professional network.  We are currently seeking 55 minute presentation proposals that center around the five learning strands of the conference.

Do you have a professional development session that is sure to appeal to our regional Noyce community?  This year we will have PD workshop sessions geared toward impacting our preservice and early career Noyce educators.  These sessions go beyond the shorter break-out sessions in that they engage participants interactively, inviting them to tie what they learn at the conference to their own classroom practices.  We are currently seeking hour and a half workshop proposals that center around the five learning strands of the conference.  

 

Presentation Proposal Guidelines

  • Use the online form to register your presentation by May 19th, 2022.
  • All proposals will be under blind review by the conference host committee.
  • Acceptance status will be emailed by June 3rd, 2022, and a tentative conference schedule will be available online by  June 10, 2022.
  • Submission of a proposal is a professional commitment to present at the conference.

Presentation Logistics

  • Conference sessions are scheduled for 55 minutes.  It is recommended that presenters allow approximately 40 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for questions/discussion.
  • Professional development workshop sessions are scheduled for 1 hour and 45 minutes and should be hands on and engaging for participants.
  • Essential equipment for presentations, such as a projector, presentation screen and laptop will be provided.
  • Presenters should bring their presentation, any materials for the presentation, and are allowed to bring their own laptops with HDMI output, if desired.
  • Presentation rooms will accommodate up to 25 people.
  • A moderator will be in each session to assist.