2021 Educating for Change Conference Registration: "
Thank you for your interest in presenting at the Virtual Educating for Change Curriculum Conference 2021, "Reset, Recover, Rethink: Paving a New Road Towards Justice." on Thursday July 15 through Saturday, July 17. We are seeking proposals from a diverse range of thought leaders from both within and outside of Educators for Social Justice who can passionately add to the conversation on social justice issues within the classroom, diverse learners, and activism in education. Workshop sessions will be held on Zoom are either 50 or 80 minutes long.
Describe your comfort level with using Zoom
I don't know how to present on Zoom
I am very comfortable using Zoom
Co-Presenter Name and Email
Co-Presenter Cell Number (if applicable)
Presenter's Cell Number
Have you attended the Educating for Change Conference before?
Submit a brief bio of yourself. Please include education and work related to social justice, relevant publications and a statement on what social justice means to you.
What is the title for your proposed workshop?
Please give a brief description (80 words or less) of your proposed workshop. This is what would go into the program for attendees.
Please provide a more in-depth description of your proposed workshop (150-200 words; bulleted statements are preferred.) This will help us decide whether or not we will accept your proposal. Describe how this topic is relevant to educators in their daily practice, how you will be interactive and engage your virtual participants, how students will benefit, how it connects to social justice, and to the conference theme, "Reset, Recover, Rethink: Paving a New Road Towards Justice."
Would you be willing to pre-record your session?
How long do you want your workshop to be??
I can adapt to either
Select the strands that best fit your workshop. Check all that apply.
Racism, Anti-Racism, Racial Justice
LGBTQ+/Gender Expansive Identities
Restorative Justice, Peace Education
Global, International Education
Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Drama
Media and Digital Literacy
Building Allies Within the Community
Testing, standards, educational reform, policy
Democracy, citizenship, civil and human rights
Mindfullness / Self-care
Gifted Student Education
Students with high anxiety / OCD / mental health issues
Students with special needs
Discourse - The Power of Language - Reflective Dialogue
Expressive and Receptive Language
Student Centered Projects / Inquiry
Power and Privilege
Identify the grade/age level that you will focus on. Check all that apply.
My presentation could be: (check as many that apply)
Live interactive workshop
Virtual table display (digital materials with video explanation)
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