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Literacy in S.T.E.M. Education
Proposals are due by Friday, December 1, 2017.
Decisions for proposals will be concluded by Friday, December 15, 2017.
Accepted presenters will be notified by Christmas, 2017.
Feel free to contact us regarding the status of your proposal if you do not hear from us by January 1, 2018.
The proposal form is available online as well as in Word and PDF formats.
The Word and PDF forms can be returned to:
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS (OPEN)
A “standard session” is a 45-minute breakout session presentation. Please share your own studies, techniques, experiences, education, and practices on how you further the idea of “learning to Learn.”
A “Learning Stack” session is a shorter presentation (15-20 minutes) where you will present a brief overview of strategies, techniques, methods, innovations, or tools that have helped you encourage and motivate learning in your teaching environment (K – 12, community college, higher education, etc.). Audience Q & A will be encouraged, so please keep your presentations concise and to the point!
Multiple “Learning Stack” sessions will take place during the same time slot as a standard session.
As an alternative to submitting a proposal for a full presentation, you are welcome to submit an idea for a poster session. Poster sessions will be set up in the Atrium of Butler-Carlton Hall, around 4:00 p.m., and will be on display during our Vendor Reception at the end of the day on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
- PRINT: We can accommodate several different sized posters, but you’ll most likely want to stick with a standard size. These sizes are available at most print shops and places that accept large print jobs, such as Staples® or Office Depot®. An excellent size for posters is 36” wide by 24” tall. EdTech will provide easels. Poster presenters are responsible for all printing, laminating, and foamboard mounting costs.
If you have a demonstration that would not fit within our standard session, this is for you. These 1 hour 45-minute sessions are a great way to give a hands-on demonstration about your topic.