Request for Proposals (RFP): Breakout Session, 2019 National Teacher Leadership Conference
The RFP is for a Breakout session at the 2019 National Teacher Leadership Conference, A Radical Imagination for the Future.

NNSTOY is excited to host the 2019 National Teacher Leadership conference in Orlando, FL. The attendees are some of the most highly recognized educators in the world. The event offers a unique opportunity for teacher leaders, education advocates, business leaders and policymakers to come together. Participants hear first-hand accounts from expert educators about their experiences and gain insights on best practices.

The theme is "A Radical Imagination for the Future." Conversation at the event will focus on four problems of practice:
1. Best practices in teaching and learning
2. Cultivating equitable schools
3. SEL for teachers and students
4. The future of education

About the session:

A 60 minute workshop, this should be interactive, engaging, practical, including fresh ideas, and be something awesome. Maximum 60 participants.
No travel reimbursement/must pay conference fee.
We are asking that every session facilitator create an electronic one-pager for participants: this could be a discussion guide for them to take back to their PLCs, a tip sheet, etc.
You will get lots of social media love!

Your proposal will be entered in a blind scoring process by a committee of NNSTOY members.

Due Dates
1. All proposals are due by 5 pm EST January 1, 2019. Proposals submitted after the due date will not be accepted.
2. Presenters will be notified by January 31, 2019, if their proposal has been selected or not. Please make sure to include a valid email address.

Using the Submission Form
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Contact Information
Please send an email to Lauren Cantell at if you have additional questions.

Email address *
Full name and job title as you would like it to appear on the website and in the printed program (if more than one presenter, please separate by a semi-colon). *
Your biography for the website and program (under 100 words). If you have co-presenters, include their bio with their first name. *
Identify which problem of practice your session most closely aligns: *
Each problem of practice will have three tracks, the tracks are 1. Classroom practice, 2. Supporting teachers, 3. Policy and advocacy. Knowing of these tracks, to which track does your session most closely align? *
Have you given this session before? If so, where and when? *
Upload the headshots of all presenters (file name should be the full name of the presenter) *
How does your session tie into the conference theme (A Radical Imagination for the Future)? *
Session title (as it would be posted online or in a printed program). *
Description of the session. Include language to print in the program (under 50 words). *
What is the call-to-action after your session? With what do you want attendees to leave? *
Please paste the URL which links to a video of you speaking/presenting (if applicable): *
Will you agree to promote the 2019 National Teacher Leadership Conference on your personal social media networks? *
What is your Twitter handle? *
Number of Twitter followers: *
Any additional hashtags or twitter handles we should include when we announce you as a speaker? *
Would you be willing to host a Facebook LIVE talk prior to or after the conference? *
URL of your personal/professional website (for our website): *
Do you give NNSTOY permission to film/take photographs during your session to use as promotional materials? *
Any additional information you would like us to consider? *
Optional: upload resume
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