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How to Write a Successful Conference Proposal

Writing successful conference proposals
takes a special set of skills 

2022 NCTE Proposal Accepted

Are you tired of spending countless hours trying to write a conference proposal that gets rejected? Do you want to increase your chances of having your proposal accepted and presenting at top conferences in your field? If so, then our course "How to Write a Successful Conference Proposal" is perfect for you.

Writing a conference proposal can be a daunting task. It requires a clear and concise understanding of your research, the ability to articulate your ideas effectively, and the know-how to stand out from the competition. That's where our course comes in.

Our course is designed specifically for educators and researchers who want to improve their proposal writing skills. It covers all the essential elements of a successful conference proposal, including:

What we offer


How to choose the right conference

You will learn how to identify the right conference and theme for your research.


How to write a clear & compelling proposal

You will learn how to craft a clear and compelling abstract and description to highlight your work.


How to prepare your proposal for submission

You'll learn how to ensure that your proposal is polished and proofread before you submit it.

Michelle Waters NCTE 2022 Session

About Michelle

Michelle Boyd Waters is a doctoral student at the University of Oklahoma and served as a secondary English teacher for 10 years. She has written two successful proposals for the National Council of Teachers of English and served as a reviewer for the 2022 NCTE Convention. She has written successful proposals for several state level conferences hosted by Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English, Oklahoma Middle Level Association, Oklahoma Writing Project, and Oklahoma Literacy Association. Her proposals have also been accepted by the Critical Questions in Education Symposium and South Central Writing Center Association.

Justin Yates

Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English President
Assistant Professor of English, Tulsa Community College

"Where were you 7 years ago when I needed all of this for my first NCTE presentation?!?!!? 😂 "

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Faq.

Do you guarantee that my proposal will be accepted?

The How to Write a Successful Conference Proposal course is designed to provide you with the information and resources you need to write your proposal. We cannot guarantee that your conference proposal will be accepted. The conference proposal review process is often highly competitive and subject to the discretion of the conference organizers and review committee. Our course is designed to help you increase your chances of having your proposal accepted by teaching you the essential elements of a successful proposal and providing you with valuable tips and strategies. However, we cannot control the final outcome of the review process.

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Unlike physical products such as books or office supplies, our courses are delivered to you digitally. Once you've downloaded our materials, which may include PDFs, PowerPoint files, images, and access to our members areas, you can't return them. For this reason, all reThink ELA course sales are considered final and nonrefundable after the 7-day grace period.

That said, we understand that sometimes circumstances are out of our control and a refund may be in order on a limited, case-by-case basis. We will consider requests that fall into these categories within seven days of purchase:

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You order our Successful Conference Proposal course and then accidentally order the same item again. Or you order a bundle and then realize that you already had one of the products in the bundle.

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