Asynchronous Research/Inquiry Presentation (Pre-recorded/On-Demand)
These sessions are primarily intended for research/inquiry that is progress or emerging. Proposals that are accepted for this format will be pre-recorded by October 15. Discussants will then add their commentary asynchronously before the November 1. The sessions will be available for viewing between November 1 and November 15, as well as after the convention. Audience members will have the opportunity to engage in asynchronous conversation with the participants. Presentations should follow a 5-minute Ignite session style presentation format as well. Previously utilized formats of Roundtables, Innovative Sessions, as well as some symposia and papers may lend themselves well to this format. We hope to encourage extended discussions and encourage submissions to this format.
Synchronous Research/Inquiry Presentation (Live)
These sessions are primarily intended for reporting of completed research, analyzing educational policy issues, or presenting theoretical/conceptual frameworks that inform educational leadership. Presentations will be scheduled during the three days of the convention. In order to prepare for the live session, papers and supporting documentation should be shared with assigned discussants by October 15, 2020. Presentations should follow a 5-minute Ignite session style presentation format with a concentration on findings. Additional documents, including papers, tables, graphs can be made available on the virtual platform as a complement to the presentation. The discussant will provide feedback and moderate questions from the audience. There will be a limited number of Synchronous Presentations and the planning committee encourages submissions from tenure earning faculty and advanced doctoral students. Previously utilized formats of Individual Papers, Symposia, and International Community Building Sessions may lend themselves well to this format. Authors may view a 2-minute video on Ignite Presentations at the following: https://bit.ly/2RVkQ63.
- Relevance to educational leadership, policy, and/or preparation
- Connection to Convention-related themes
- Anchored in scholarly literature
- Clarity of theoretical framework/lens
- Clarity of methods or modes of inquiry
- Depth and quality of analysis/conclusions
- Quality of writing