SENEME 2023 Fall Conference - Call for Presenters
Conference Theme: SENEME's 40th Anniversary! 
Conference Date: October 14, 2023
Location: Marine Science Magnet High School, Groton, CT

The Southeastern New England Marine Educators present the 2023 Fall Educators Conference in celebration of our 40th Anniversary! We welcome a broad range of sessions addressing Long Island Sound, Narragansett Bay, and any and all ocean and ocean literacy topics. All concurrent workshops will run for 45 minutes. Come share your best practices, lessons, tips, or strategies for making the ocean and our local watery ecosystems come alive for your students. Please submit this form by July 15, 2023. The Conference Committee will make selections and notify you by mid-August. Presenters will still need to register for the conference.

Contact Email: senemeinfo@gmail.com

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Lead Presenter Name:
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Lead Presenter Email:
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Lead Presenter Cell Phone Number: *
Title and School/Organization/Company (of Lead):
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Session Description (to share with participants/80 words maximum):
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More Details on Session (to help Conference Committee evaluate the proposal):
Please connect your presentation to appropriate Ocean Literacy Principle(s) and if applicable, please list any relevant NGSS that your presentation can help support. (If unsure, please put "N/A".)
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Thank you for submitting this conference session proposal form to SENEME! The Conference Committee will review all proposals, make selections, and notify you by mid-August.
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