Fourth Annual Virtual Conference
Online video-poster session: week beginning June 19, 2023
Online live presentations: June 28-30, 2023,
3-7pm BST/10am-2pm EDT
Welcome to TeachECONference2023. We are proud to enter the fourth year of this free and online conference that connects a global network of economics educators.
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Call for Papers Deadline
Call for Papers
We invite you to submit a proposal for a 10-minute presentation on any topic that you think will be of interest to a global audience of post-secondary economics educators. You can see from prior conferences that our attendees are interested in the sharing of lessons learned from lived experiences. This can include topics that relate to what happens in the classroom (off- or online), your perspectives on assessment, how you approach student support, and resilience in economics education. We are looking for proposals that provide practical insights on how to take forward an idea and learn from the experience of trying something new, whether it went according to plan or not. We want to know about what you did, why you did it, and what impact it had (or is having if a current initiative).
Proposals can be based on a reflection on your own experience, research in progress or a paper that is almost ready for publication. We strongly recommend looking at examples of prior successful online video posters and live presentations to get a good understanding of the nature of the proposals that we have accepted in the past.
The Conference Committee will select papers to be presented live on the conference days or to be premiered via our YouTube channel as part of the online video-poster session that will run on the week beginning June 19. To submit please follow the link below. Proposals are limited to 300 words and the deadline is February 24, 2023, at 11:45pm GMT/6:45pm EST.
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