[Assessment 1422] PAACE Midwinter Conference Request for Proposals
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The 44th Annual PAACE Midwinter Conference on Adult Education, the largest gathering of adult educators in Pennsylvania, will be held at the Hershey Lodge, February 11-13, 2009. Adult educators and those from related areas will convene for the premier professional development and networking opportunity for all aspects of adult education in the Pennsylvania.
The theme, "PAACE Yourself: Keeping Up with Adult Education," will provide a focal point for exploring educational opportunities for all types of adult students, more efficient delivery systems, transition to postsecondary education and training, new research, professional development, workforce development, public policy supporting adult education, and the great strides within our field.
Keynote speaker will be Dr. Ian Baptiste who is an Associate Professor of Education and Professor-in-Charge of the Adult Education program at the Pennsylvania State University.
PAACE (Pennsylvania Association for Adult Continuing Education) invites you and your colleagues to submit a proposal for a concurrent session, or a more informal roundtable. Proposals are being accepted NOW.
We hope you will consider taking the time to share your work in adult education. Proposal deadline is October 1, 2008.
Here is the link to the online proposal form:
We hope to hear from you!
Diane C. Inverso
Director of Education, Mayor's Commission on Literacy
Pennsylvania Association for Adult Continuing Education (PAACE) www.paacesite.org<http://www.paacesite.org/>
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