2022 NCPEID Annual Conference 

The National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) will be hosting a virtual 2022 NCPEID Annual Conference on July 14-16, 2022 on Whova. The conference format will include mainly live presentations, with a few pre-recorded presentations followed by live Q&A sessions. Attendees and presenting authors must be current NCPEID members. 

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How to Register for the Conference:
●   Login to the NCPEID site with your username and password
●   On the “Conferences and Events” tab, select “NCPEID Annual Conference”
●   Click the Registration button and follow the link to register on the Whova site
Not yet a member/not a current member?
1. Click “Join/Renew” on the right side of the page and Login to complete the membership application and become a member
2. Follow the directions above to register for the conference

Registration rates for the 2022 NCPEID Annual Conference

Early Bird- $50
Register for the conference by June 15th and save $25 off the standard registration rate.  


Standard- $75
Conference attendees may register for the standard rate of $75 when you register between June 16th – *July 10th


Student Member- $25
Student member registration rate is $25 before July 10th.


*Note: Registration will NOT be available for the NCPEID 2022 Annual Conference after July 10th.

Important Information:
-Registration fees for the 2022 NCPEID Conference are non-refundable
-All conference attendees must hold current NCPEID membership as of July 14, 2022
-Registration will be pending until your membership status is confirmed by NCPEID
-If you are unsure of the status of your membership, please contact Erin Siebert at [email protected]

The NCPEID organizes peer-reviewed, competitively selected presentations for its annual National Conference program. Proposals are sought for the following session types: Poster presentations, Free Communication presentations, Round Table Discussions, and the Emerging Scholars Symposium.

Types of Sessions

Poster Presentations:

  • Proposal abstract length: 250-300 words
  • Posters should present current research, or most current research-related issues such as advocacy, professional development, or other areas.
  • Poster presentation proposals should include the following sections and/or headers: Title; Authors, Affiliation, Contact information; Introduction/Purpose; Methodology; Results/Discussion; Summary/Conclusions
The poster should be constructed digitally on a one page powerpoint (or other) slide


Free Communications Presentations:

  • Proposal abstract length: 250-300 words
  • Free communications should be centered on research, best practices, advocacy, grant seeking, or other areas. The free communications should be formatted as a 15-20 minute oral presentation that will be presented to the entire audience of attendees.


Round Table Discussions:

  • Proposal abstract length: 250-300 words
  • Lead one 20 to 30-minute collaborative discussion with a group of the conference attendees. The Roundtable Discussions be appropriate in the area of a) Adapted Physical Education (PK-12) or b) Adapted Physical Activity. The Roundtable Discussions are intended to collate and/or build resources (i.e., white papers, position statements, shared ideas) to enhance the organization’s stance and current major issues in the profession. When submitting your proposal, please identify which area (APE or APA) you would like to be considered for during the review process.


Emerging Scholars Symposium:

  • Proposal abstract length: 250-300 words
  • This session is dedicated to students and practitioners who are new to but actively engaged in the research process and are seeking feedback from scholars in the field.
    • Note: The lead author accepted for the Emerging Scholars Symposium will have the conference registration fees waived.
  • Emerging Scholars Symposium will be designed in the following format:
    • Students or practitioners orally presenting their research in progress to the entire audience ((3-5 min per presenter).
    • Followed by a 30-minute breakout session where the emerging scholars receive additional feedback and inquiries individually from audience members.
    • Proposals should include the following sections and/or headers: Title; Authors, Affiliation, Contact information; Introduction/Purpose; Methodology; Preliminary Findings/Results/Discussion (if applicable); Summary/Conclusions (if applicable)