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EVO Proposals 2020

Page history last edited by Dr. Nellie (Muller) Deutsch 4 months ago

******** PROPOSAL DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 5:00 PM US EASTERN TIME********

No new proposals accepted after this extended deadline

 

 

On this page, you are at

Step 2 - Join the evo2020proposals wiki and start your proposal

 

You should have reached here from this CALL for proposal page

http://evosessions.pbworks.com/w/page/134182713/Call_for_Proposals_2020

 

You should have completed Step 1 of the proposal process, which was to

Fill out and submit this Google Form 

 

Now you can create your proposal. Follow the steps below: 

 


 

Join this evo2020proposals wiki

 

Request permission to join the evo2020proposals wiki so you can add your proposal at the wiki

 

  1. Request to join this EVO2020 Proposals wiki.
    See this link for further instructions about how to join a PBworks wiki: 
    https://parkmstech.pbworks.com/w/page/14464461/How%20to%20Set%20Up%20a%20PBWorks%20Account%20and%20Join%20a%20Wiki

    Please add a message when you request permission, to explain who you are, then allow 24 hours.

  2. While you are waiting, take the time to view proposals that were accepted at EVO Previous Sessions 

  3. When your request is approved, follow the instructions below.

 

Create your proposal at the evo2020proposals wiki

 

View this video as an example

The example is from EVO 2019 but the technique is essentially similar to EVO 2020

 


 

You should have already

  1. Viewed descriptions of earlier sessions, including last year's. To do this please see EVO Previous Sessions
  2. You should have already filled in this google form.
  3. You should have requested access to this wiki
  4. Your request should have been approved and and you should now be an editor here 

 

If you have done #3 but are not at step 4 above, you could write any of the coordinators whose emails are listed here

http://evosessions.pbworks.com/w/page/134182713/Call_for_Proposals_2020

 

Now to create your proposal, follow these instructions 

  

  1. On this wiki, create a page (in the top right-hand corner).
    When you create the page Do_not_use_Spaces when you create the page title.
    Use underscores to connect the words exactly_like_this
    Use an abbreviated version if your session title is long. Please keep it simple!
  2. Select "Put this page in a folder" and choose EVO20

 

This is what it should look

 


After you have successfully created your proposal page

Copy the template below and paste it into your page 

 

IMPORTANT

Below is the template you should copy / paste to your page in the EVO20 folder
Please do not fill in the details here! 
You and your co-moderators can come back and work on your proposal until the deadline (September 6, 2019).   

 

-----------------------------PROPOSAL TEMPLATE---------------------------

 

Session Title: 

Write the complete title of your session (Please don't call it a course!) here.  You can change it later. 


Logo: If you already have a logo for your session, upload the image file to the wiki. If you don‘t have a logo yet, you can add one later, during the moderator training session. (We will help you find/create an appropriate logo if you don't already have one.)


Abstract:  Write a brief (not more than 50 words) description of your session. Your audience is potential participants in the session. Be as specific as possible.


Target audience: State who your main audience is. Who is most likely to be interested in your session? Be as specific as possible (i.e.,not "teachers of English")


Session objectives: Please provide a list of specific objectives. Start with, "By the end of this session, participants will have...


Syllabus: The session syllabus. Include the major focus for each week and at least one activity or task. You will fill in the details during the training session.


Week 1: Jan, 11-18 2020
Remember to plan 
time for get-acquainted introductions and practice with session tools as appropriate during the first week. Be as specific as you can at this stage of your planning.


Week 2:  Jan. 19-25 2020


Week 3: Jan. 26- Feb. 1 2020


Week 4: Feb. 2-8 2020


Week 5:  Feb. 9-15 2020
Be sure to 
plan time in your syllabus for wrap-up and session evaluations. Don't start a new project or topic in the last week.


Media: How will you communicate with participants during the session? Write in all that apply. (You don't need all of them!)  Be as specific as you are able at this stage. You may make changes during the training session. Remember: you may not require participants to pay for using these platforms. Participation in EVO is free. If you have no idea which platforms you will use, write We don’t know yet.

 

  • Interactive space (group/community/forum)
  • Content space (where your syllabus, readings, and videos will be) 
  • Live meeting space (for synchronous events/webinars)

 

Other technology tools: What other technology tools will you introduce or practice with participants? (e.g., AboutMe for introductions, Audacity or Chirbit for recording audio..., etc.). You can add more or make changes during the training session. If you don't know, write "We don't know yet."


Suggested sponsor(s): Sponsors are professional associations who would be willing to advertise your session in their elist or newsletters, and who would help create an audience for your session and an interest in EVO participation. (No money or other physical support is requested!) TESOL Interest Section(s) or affiliate(s), IATEFL Special Interest Group(s), or other group(s) who could sponsor your session, such as JALT, KOTESOL, or AVEALMEC. N.B.: The EVO Coordination Team will arrange for TESOL-IS sponsorship, but please tell us which Interest Section you feel would be most likely to sponsor your session. For non-TESOL organizations, we ask that you list all likely sponsors, but please confirm sponsorship with them yourself after your proposal is accepted.


Moderators: Fill in the table on the page you have created for all session moderators and co-moderators. You can change or add to the list later. Co-moderators are expected to take part in the training session along with moderators.

 

Name (last, first)

Email address

Location
(country of residence)

Biodata
(max. 50 words) 
 

Photo

 

 

 

 

How to add your photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Primary Contact (just one, please): 

The primary contact is responsible for getting all moderators into the training session, and for communicating deadlines, special events like our live webcasts, and other information to moderators.

 

Statement of commitment: On your own session page, each moderator should type the words "I agree" followed by his/her name to show understanding of and acceptance of the following statement:

 

I understand that session moderators are required to participate in the 5-week Moderators' Development Session from October 13 until November 10, 2019. The EVO session will be offered between January 11 and February 16, 2019.  I understand that EVO sessions are free of advertising and no commercial sponsorship is allowed. Finally, I understand that EVO sessions are free and open to all, and that no academic credit may be given for participation.

 

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Save your page and return at any time to work on it before the deadline Sept 6, 2019

 

If you have any questions please review the instructions carefully.

Then if you still need help, contact any EVO moderator whose email is listed at 
http://evosessions.pbworks.com/w/page/134182713/Call_for_Proposals_2020

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