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 Call for Proposals 2019 Atlanta


The purpose of the Exemplary Supervisory Practices SIG is to form a community of learners interested in the theory and best practices associated with clinical supervision.  The university-based and school-based members are encouraged to share clinical models, teaching ideas, research and theory, intern development strategies, and resources to help meet the challenges of preparing teachers for the 21st century.


Sylven Beck

Director, Elementary Education Program

Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy

Graduate School of Education & Human Development

The George Washington University

2134 G Street, NW - #406

Washington, DC 20052

Tel: 202-994-9084

Fax: 202-994-3365

Email: Sylven Beck

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Presenters at the 2018 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas with ATE President Dr. Patricia Tate

Below are Presentation Proposals from 2018 Annual Meeting Exemplary Supervisory Practices SIG.

By Dr. Michelle Ohanian and Professor Kimberly J. Sloan

Call for Proposals


Call for


Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting

February 15-19, 2019

Sheraton Atlanta

 Atlanta, Georgia


Proposal should include in an email attachment:

  1. The cover page with proposal title

      Name of presenter or presenters and title

      Institution and mailing address

      Phone number and E-mail

 2. Describe in a minimum or 35 words the purpose of the presentation and include a proposal   summary of no more than 2 pages double-spaced describing the content.  Proposal must relate to clinical supervision practices.

  • Presenters will be required to arrange for their own audiovisual equipment.
  • Presenters must be members of the Association of Teacher Educators and members of the Exemplary Supervisory Practices SIG Group.  A membership form is attached.
  • Please note that ATE requires all presenters to pre-register.


Submit conference proposal by August 31, 2018 to:


Sylven S. Beck, Ed.D.

Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy

The George Washington University

2134 G St, NW – Suite #406

Washington, DC 20052


Phone: 202-994-9084

FAX:    202-994-3365

Email: Sylven Beck  

For a word document of this call for proposal click here

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