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EVO2022Proposals

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Call for Proposals EVO 2022

 

The EVO 2022 CfP is now CLOSED

as of the deadline: September 12, 2021

 

 

 

Individuals may propose a session, but we strongly recommend a team of several moderators for each session. At least one moderator should be a TESOL or IATEFL member or member of an affiliate association. Sessions may be on any topic in ESL/EFL (not necessarily about technology) and are free and open to all interested parties. We especially encourage proposals for hands-on workshop sessions involving materials development (whether online or on land) or the exploration of web-based tools or software. The session may follow up on topics from a previous convention or invite pre-discussion of issues or topics in an upcoming convention. To view descriptions of earlier sessions, including last year's, please see EVO Previous Sessions.

 

How to submit an EVO proposal

 

If you are interested in sending a proposal, follow these steps.

 

Step 1: If you don't already have one, create an account at https://my.pbworks.com/?p=create
You will need this in order to join the evo2022proposals wiki and start your proposal. Click 
here to learn how to create your account.

Step 2: Fill out and submit this Google Form to request permission to join the evo2022proposals wiki  as an editor of your proposal.

Step 3: Visit the Proposals Wiki  and request to join the wiki.

  1. Please add a message when you request permission, to explain who you are, and give the name of of your session as submitted on the form.
  2. Your request should be granted once we have verified your Google Form submission. usually within about 24 hours.
  3. The proposal wiki is not on public access, so if you can see it, you would also have writer access at that point.

 

To request access to the proposal wiki,

  1. log on to your PBWorks account;
  2. visit http://evo2022proposals.pbworks.com/;
  3. and click on request access when you see the following:

 


 

Remember, do this only AFTER you have completed and submitted the Google form.

 

While waiting for approval, take a look at some examples of proposals accepted for EVO sessions in prior years.

When your request is approved, you'll be able to access the EVO2022proposals page and create your proposal! 

 

Step 4: Click here to access the EVO proposal template. 
Make a COPY and submit your copy to the proposals wiki page following the instructions below. 

 

  1. Create a page on the wiki at http://evo2022proposals.pbworks.com/ (top right-hand corner).
  2. For the page title Do_not_use_spaces (connect words using underscores).
    For example: This_is_what_your_page_title_should_look_like_EVO2022
    When the page is created, its title should not look like this: This%20is%20what%20your%20page%20title%20should%20look%20like%20EVO2022
    If it does you can rename the page using underscores
  3. Keep your title simple and add the year at the end of the title.
  4. Select "Put this page in a folder" and add it to the EVO22 Proposals folder (on the EVO proposals wiki).
  5. Copy the text from the EVO Proposals template and paste it in your wiki page. Don't forget to SAVE your new page.

 

That's it! You are all set to work on your proposal.

You may also want to watch the video How to Create an EVO Proposal Wiki Page.

 

Step 5: Save your page and return at any time to work on it before the deadline September 12, 2021

 

If you are joining an existing proposal, follow these steps:

 

How to request access to a submitted proposal in order to collaborate with other co-moderators on that proposal

 

Each moderator and co-moderator needs to submit a Google form requesting access to the proposals wiki.

  1. Complete and submit this Google Form.
  2. After you have submitted the form, THEN request to join http://evo2022proposals.pbworks.com.
    1. If EVO coordinators receive your request to join the wiki but do not find where you have filled in the Google form,
      1. They will REJECT your request.
      2. You can fill in the form and then REQUEST AGAIN to join the proposals wiki. 
  3. Your request for access will be GRANTED once EVO coordinators can see from your form that you are listed as a co-moderator on the team you are trying to join. 

 

When you fill in the form, you can give 

  • your name, email, location, occupation, and title of the proposal you are submitting.

  • Where it says “main idea of your proposal” and “target audience”, these are required fields, so just explain that you are submitting an existing proposal in order to work on it with your moderating team.

  • Where it says “names of co-moderators”, give the name of the lead moderator (or the person on your team who is submitting, or submitted the proposal). Co-moderators should state the title of the proposal for the session they are trying to join.

 

Need additional help?

 

View these videos to see help you create your proposal.

 

Create a page for your EVO proposal

 

 

How to add a photo to your proposal (Bio section)

 


 

Don't forget to review the instructions carefully.

N.B.: Moderating an EVO session is challenging and time-consuming. We strongly urge you to have at least one co-moderator, if not a team of moderators.

 

Feel free to forward this Call for Proposals to other e-lists, and thank you for helping us spread the word! Click the link for the Facebook-friendly Call for Proposals for EVO2022.


If you need additional help, please contact any EVO coordinator.

NAME POSITION EMAIL ADDRESS LOCATION (city, country) 
Natasa Bozic Grojic Head Lead Coordinator lunas994gmail.com Belgrade, Serbia
Nellie Deutsch Lead Coordinator & Former Head Lead Coordinator nellie.muller.deutschgmail.com Toronto, Canada  
Sanja Bozinovic Incoming Lead Coordinator msbozinovicgmail.com Velica Gorica, Croatia
Christine Bauer-Ramazani Co-Founder of EVO, EVO/CALL-IS Liaison cbauerramazanigmail.com Burlington, Vermont, USA
Vance Stevens Moderator of several EVO sessions since 2002 and on the EVO Coordination team since 2003 vancestevgmail.com Penang, Malaysia
Mbarek Akaddar Former Head Lead Coordinator akaddar13hotmail.com Beni Mellal, Morocco
Jane Chien Coordinator ychiengmail.com Taipei, Taiwan
Sheryl McCoy Coordinator n2teaching2gmail.com Pittsburg, Kansas, USA
Larisa Olesova Coordinator lolesovagmail.com Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Rose Bard Coordinator rosebardgmail.com Criciuma, Brazil
Naglaa Salem Assistant Coordinator salemnaglaautgmail.com Toronto, Canada
Sue Annan Assistant Coordinator
sue.annan75gmail.com Isle of Jersey
Doris Molero Assistant Coordinator doris3mgmail.com San Salvador, Argentina
Peter Omal Assistant Coordinator peter.omalemc.edu.jm Kingston, Jamaica
MushtakHusen S. M. Assistant Coordinator mushtakhusen.smgmail.com Hyderabad, India

 

EVO is NOT part of TESOL's Certificate: Developing an Online Teaching Program.

 For information about this Certificate, please contact TESOL Professional Learning.

 

 EVO is a project of TESOL's CALL Interest Section.

 

 

This page was updated on or after September 13, 2021

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