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The ATP "Magic of Learning" Conference


Call For Proposals


The Association of The Tutoring Professional

Invites You To Join Us In

Orlando April 1st - 4th, 2007

At The Sheraton World Resort Hotel


ATP 2007 Conference 

            ATP invites you to submit a proposal for presentation at the
3rd annual conference of the ATP. ATP welcomes proposals from directors,
coordinators, tutoring professionals, administrative staff, faculty,
tutors, vendors and other educational professionals involved in the
tutoring profession.


Format of Sessions 

            Sessions are scheduled in 60 minute or 90 minute blocks that
include time for the presentation followed by questions and answers.
Presentation types are listed below to help guide you.

            Presentations:               An oral summary of research or
innovative practice in the tutoring


            Demonstrations:            In a demonstration the presenter
shows a particular technique using

visual aids and/or manipulatives as needed. 

            Workshops:                  A workshop contains very little
lecture, but lot of hands on

activities for participants. The presenter works with groups to help

solve problems and envision new ideas.

            Panel Discussions:         A panel of presenters help to
present a formal presentation, 

followed by discussions that involve all attendees.  

New Poster Sessions:               A poster session is a poster display
of work that is tutoring or 

Tutor-center related. Be prepared to give a personal one-on-one

overview to people who stop by your poster.    


Proposal Requirements 

1)      Title

2)      Session description- maximum of 50 words to be included in
conference program

3)      Summary- One page maximum stating the proposals purpose, outline
of content, significance to tutoring, relevance, and intended audience. 

4)      A short biography of the presenters that can be included in the
conference program.


Presenter (s) requirements   

1)      Fill in all fields on the "Call for Proposals Form," found at
Proposal_07.pdf> , and submit the form in a timely manner. (Proposal
deadline is November 1st sending in a proposal earlier increases your
odds of acceptance.)

2)      All presenter (s) must register and pay fees.

3)      All presenter (s) are responsible for providing session

4)      Please note:  Presenters will be responsible for any costs
associated with the use of the Internet or computing equipment. LCD
projectors will be made available at no charge.


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