Workshop proposals

Workshop proposals are due by February 15th, 2016.  Presenters will be notified by March 1st if their proposals are accepted.  

Workshops are one hour long.  Up to 24 submissions will be accepted for this one day workshop – we want to give educators an opportunity to present, as well as to learn from others.

Presenters are expected to use material and language that does not discriminate on the basis of gender identity, race, color, ethnicity, religion, physical ability and/or sexual orientation.

Presentation proposals should include: Presenter’s name, contact information, and agency affiliation if any, title of the workshop, workshop overview (for promotional materials), 3-5 learning objectives, and a detailed presentation description.

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Click here to propose a presentation.

Please email us if you have any questions.

This is an opportunity to present something that you’re interested in trying but haven’t had a chance yet, something that you’re working on for which you’d like constructive feedback, or a presentation of an activity that you think works particularly well.It is also an opportunity to share your presentation so others do not have to recreate the wheel.  Where possible, workshops should include handouts and curricula and handouts that can be duplicated.  If you would like to share your presentation electronically, we will host it on our website before or after the conference.  Please be sure to send us the link or materials if you would like us to do this (click here to view some of the materials provided at last year’s conference)