AGPA E-Learning Submission

Below are the questions that you will need to answer to complete your proposal.
We recommend you gather this information prior to starting the proposal process. You may wish to type it out in a Word document. You can then use this information to copy and paste it into the proposal system. Please note that all program proposals need to be submitted online; Word documents will not be accepted.
  1. Past experiences relevant to topic area (most recent first). Please do not say "see attached" or refer to other documents.
  2. How is this presenter qualified (by education and/or experience) to "teach" assigned content? (Expertise in a topic does not equate ability to teach the material. Please explain your qualifications to teach the material.) Do not say "see above," as this question has a different focus.
  3. Course Title
  4. Course Description (A 75 word paragraph form synopsis of the content of your presentation)
  5. Subject Index/Search Topics (A drop list of topic areas are available; please select two which are most relevant to your presentation.) - This information will be used so that interested parties can locate your presentation on our website. At least one subject is required.
  6. Learning Objectives: Please provide a minimum of three learning objectives (or, for sessions more than 2 ½ hours in length, one objective per hour of content) for your program offering.
  7. Program Outline (Agenda): Please submit a full outline of the material to be covered by the program offering.
  8. Assessment Questions: An assessment test consisting of ten objective questions (multiple-choice, true/false, matching). The questions must pertain to information the attendee has learned as a result of attending the program offering. Please keep the questions objective and close-ended.
  9. APA requires that programs presented be based on a methodological, theoretical, research, or practice knowledge base. There are four options, you will be asked to select one. You will be asked to substantiate this choice in the following two questions.
  10. Write a brief narrative describing how the content meets that criterion (how is it backed up by broader psychological practice, or established by research procedures or has been peer reviewed, published support or how it relates to statutory or regulatory policies).
  11. Significant Articles: Please provide five (5) bibliographic references that support your APA category choice and your narrative noted above. References should be current (e.g. within the last five-ten years), relevant, peer-reviewed, and in APA-style citation.
  12. Teaching Methods: Which of the following teaching methods will be used during your presentation? (drop down box with selections)
  13. Years of Group Psychotherapy Experience Necessary for Attendee Participation.
  14. Instructional Level (e.g., Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced).
  15. Identify who the presentation is suitable for (e.g., Students/Residents, Early Career/New Professionals, Master Level/Senior Clinicians, Paraprofessionals, Peer Group Leaders).
  16. Presenters participation in the planning and evaluation of the presentation (drop down box with selections).
  17. Number of additional co-presenters not including yourself (drop down box with selections).
  18. Financial Disclosures