Criteria

The criteria for blind proposal review include:

Clarity of Proposal 

To what degree is the proposal clearly written?

Background Information 

To what degree does the proposal include relevant background information to support the proposal topic?

Relationship to AMTE's
Mission & Goals

To what degree is the proposal topic related to AMTE’s mission and goals of promoting the improvement of mathematics teacher education?

Presentation Outcomes

To what degree are the presentation outcomes clearly stated and appropriate for the proposed session?

Evidence of Impact

To what degree does the proposal indicate evidence of past or potential future impact? Examples of such evidence include impact on practice, research results, or potential impact from the presentation itself.

Presentation Engagement*

To what degree does the proposal describe how participants will be actively engaged?

Presentation Organization*

To what degree does the proposal provide a clear and appropriate outline of how the time during the session will be allocated?

* Brief Report and Poster proposals will not be reviewed for Presentation Engagement or Presentation Organization.