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Esther D Leonelli

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Registered: 12/4/04
CROSSPOST: COABE 06 presentation proposals (fwd)
Posted: Sep 30, 2005 10:05 AM
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You have less than 8 weeks to submit a presentation proposal for
COABE 2006 in Houston. By the way, Houston escaped the worst
effects of Hurricane Rita. By the time COABE comes around --
April 26-29 -- you won't be able to tell a bit of a storm passed through.

Download the Call for Presentations form on the conference website
(www.coabe06.org) and submit your proposal to TCALL no later than
November 18.

Remember that we are looking for presentations in these interest areas:
* basic literacy
* basic numeracy
* workforce development
* family literacy
* English as a Second Language
* volunteer/community-based literacy
* correctional education

.and these "strands":
* Improving Teaching and Learning Outcomes
* Integrating Technology and Instruction
* Linking Research to Practice
* Promoting Adult Educators as Leaders
* Advancing Change Through Education

Harriet Vardiman Smith
Clearinghouse Director
Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy & Learning
State Partner in the National LINCS System
Texas A&M University
website: www-tcall.tamu.edu
main office email: tcall@coe.tamu.edu

"Illiteracy and innumeracy are a greater threat to humanity than terrorism."
-- Amaratya Sen, 2003 Nobel prize-winning economist.

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