2023 NSSSA Annual Conference
November 30, 2023
Call for Proposals
Deadline: January 31, 2023 11:59pm Eastern Time
Call for Proposals
Welcome to the online 2023 NSSSA Conference presentation submission portal for the National Social Studies Supervisors Association! The 2023 NSSSA Annual Conference will be held in Nashville, Thursday, November 30, 2023.
We plan to engage social studies leaders and supervisors from all over the US in a wide variety of relevant and timely topics. And invite you to share your work or ideas with our membership during this conference by submitting a proposal to present to NSSSA members.
Thank you for your interest in NSSSA, and we look forward to seeing you in at the conference!
Before you begin your submission, please read the General Information carefully.
All proposals are due January 31, 2023 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time. No submissions will be accepted after the deadline.
For the purpose of avoiding any misunderstandings, your electronic submission acknowledges the following statements of intent and understanding:
I certify that the named participants and I have agreed to take part in this program if this proposal is accepted. It will be my responsibility to notify each co-presenter regarding the status of the proposal as well as the date, time, and location of the presentation if accepted.
Everyone listed on the proposal agrees to the collection and use of personal information, including receiving emails, for activities related to 2023 NSSSA Annual Conference.
I understand that if my proposal is accepted each presenter must be a current member of the NSSSA. Membership is $40 per year.
NSSSA does not reimburse conference presenters for travel or hotel expenses. Presenters are responsible for providing any materials they plan to use or distribute in their presentation.
The submission of a proposal does not guarantee acceptance for a session at the NSSSA Annual Conference.
Commercial solicitation is prohibited at all presentations. If you are representing a commercial interest, your presentation must be educational in nature. If the essential purpose of a proposal is to promote books, materials, or services for sale, it will not be accepted.
If you have any questions, please contact Mert Martens, or Erika Lowery at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please review the entire form before starting to fill it out to ensure you have all the required information. Please do not copy/paste from. Microsoft Word.
Do not use auto formatting for bulletin points or numbers. Observe the word limit. Select one thememost applicable to your proposal.
Developing Systems Leadership Skills
Sessions focus on the development and fine-tuning of systems-level organizational structures from the grade level, school, and/or district perspectives. Topics can include applying organizational tools, frameworks and resources in social studies leadership.
Integrating Social Studies with STEM
Sessions focus on how social studies content and skills can or have been organically integrated with STEM content and skills for a rich, standards-based, student learning experience.
Increasing Disciplinary Literacy Capacity
Sessions focus on developing, implementing, and sustaining systemic instruction that builds student agency in self-curating information and opinions from multiple types of media and text in response to past and contemporary issues by critically examining primary and secondary sources. Supervisors facilitate instructors in embracing civic literacy and developing methods for engaging students in building skills to become informed and engaged citizens.
Supporting Equitable and Inclusive Narratives
Sessions focus on developing, implementing, and sustaining systemic instruction that supports administrators and teachers in using resources and instructional strategies that align to state standards and board of education policy requiring equitable and inclusive narratives.
Bridging K-16 with Research Based Instructional Practices
Sessions focus on developing, implementing and sustaining instruction based on partnerships with or influence by university research in social studies instruction and learning.