SUMMER SPARK 2020 Presentation Proposals
CALLING ALL AWESOME EDUCATORS!
Interested in sharing your innovative educational methods and ideas at one of the best professional development experiences of the year? Consider submitting a proposal for Summer Spark, held on June 15-16, 2020 at University School of Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Session and workshop presenters will earn discounted admission to the two day event and have their work highlighted on the Summer Spark schedule and in Summer Spark communications. Plus ... it's super cool to be at Summer Spark!
GENERAL SESSIONS are typically presenter focused and last 50 minutes. WORKSHOPS should be 90 minutes of presentation and hands on creation and collaboration, with attendees walking out of the room with something started for their class or position. Summer Spark also collects digital materials from presenters to distribute to participants.
All presentation areas will have audio and visual capabilities. Most are in a classroom setting.
Our submission deadline is February 1, 2020. Thanks for your interest in putting even more spark into Summer Spark!
School or Organization
We will use this email to contact you about your presentation status.
Type of presentation
See list of tracks below for ideas about the tracked sessions. Power sessions may or may not be scheduled, depending on the number proposed.
General Session (a 50 minute session not geared toward a track or theme)
Workshop (a 90 minute session with a combination of presentation and time for hands-on work and collaboration)
If you chose a tracked session, which track(s) is applicable?
If you feel your innovative awesomeness applies to more than one track - choose multiple!
Genius Hour / Makerspace
Project Based Learning
PreSchool (3-4 year old students)
Middle School (6-8)
High School (9-12)
Make it catchy - you want to fill the room!
Proposed Session Abstract for the Online Schedule
Please provide a basic overview of the session that can appear in an online schedule. Sell your awesomeness! No more than 200 words, please!
Detailed Description of the Session
Please describe the ins and outs of the session, including any innovative presentation techniques and exciting activities. No more than 500 words, please!
Special Considerations and Needs
Is there anything special or essential to make the session a success?
Would you be willing to present this session more than once?
Any questions, suggestions, or SPARKling ideas?
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