Proposal Writing Workshop

Saturday, May 12th

Join WATESOL for a workshop on writing successful conference proposals.

This Proposal Writing Workshop, led by Heather Weger, Ph.D., will provide strategies and tips for writing proposals for submission to various conferences, including WATESOL and TESOL. Participants will review models of successful proposals and examine the rating process used for proposal acceptance.

Participants walk away with a draft of a proposal, which they can submit for WATESOL 2018 and/or TESOL 2019!

Open to both new and experienced proposal writers! ALL interest areas including K12, Adult Ed, Higher Ed, and NNEST will be discussed. NNEST caucus members have the additional benefit of a second set of feedback by NNEST Caucus proposal reviewers.

This is a two-hour synchronous online workshop. Laptops or tablets, high-speed internet, and a Gmail account are needed to participate! Please bring any proposals that you have started on your own and would like to review.

 Date Saturday, May 12th
 Time* 10:00am - 12:00pm
 Where Virtual!
We will send an email with instructions closer to the date

 Cost FREE for members! 
Not a member yet? Join here!

Registration is limited to 20 people on a first-come, first serve basis, 
so don't delay! Registration deadline: May 7th.

Register!


Facilitator


Dr. Heather Weger           WATESOL Vice President 

Dr. Heather Weger is currently an Associate Teaching Professor in Georgetown University’s English as a Foreign Language program, the same university from which she earned her doctorate in Applied Linguistics. She began her teaching career in 1999 in Germany, and has served as a consultant on assessment and curricular issues both nationally and internationally.

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