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2019 TSSSA/NSSSA Combo Fall Conference Presentation Proposal
Welcome to Austin November 21-24, 2019! TSSSA is combining with NSSSA and NCSS to help with the national conference!

We have 8 spaces for Texas sessions at the conference!

TSSSA/NSSSA Conference will be held on November 21, 2019

Submission deadline for presentations is Monday, April 29, 2019
You will be contacted regarding approval by Monday, May 13, 2019.
You will need to confirm your participation by Monday, May 20, 2019.

Key Instructions
TSSSA expects the presenter to register for the combo NSSSA/TSSSA conference.

TSSSA will provide a space and a screen. The presenter is responsible for any copies and technology including a projector.

TSSSA does not allow presenters to use sessions as a sales platform for products that have a cost. All sessions must allow the participant to turn around your ideas to their school/district.

Theme - Enrich, Engage, Empower!
Please ensure your presentation focuses on the theme. Additionally, please accurately align your presentation with the following domains:

Enrich - presentations that are chiefly about a deeper dive into content, within the TEKS strands

Engage - presentations that are chiefly about instructional strategies, namely in a manner that is teaching participants how to turn your idea around to train others

Empower - presentations that are chiefly about leading as either a teacher or district administrator.

With which domain-dimension will this presentation connect? *
Title/Description Instructions
Please ensure that our participants have a clear understanding of the intent of your presentation.

Clarity First - Clever Second

1. Title: Ensure the session title makes clear the central purpose of your presentation. While catchy phrases may seem attractive, without clarity within the title describing your purpose, the audience will quickly move to scan other titles that are more informative before reading the session description.

2. Title Length: No more than 40 words

3. Description: Ensure the session description addresses a) who ideal attendees are; b) what your session is about including the attendees' experience and outcomes; c) why attendees will find your session relevant, engaging, or beneficial.

4. Description Length: It is unlikely a description of one or two sentences will cover it all. But limit your description to roughly 150 words.

See the Field Guide to Workshop Descriptions for tips and ideas at

Breakout Session Title *
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Breakout Session Description *
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Preferred Audience *
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