Propose a Session at iLab 2017
We are now accepting proposals for the 2017 Center for Innovation in Learning Design Innovation Lab (http://ilab.wmcild.org), to be held June 20-22, 2017 at the School of Education in Williamsburg, Virginia.

iLab is active.
iLab will bring together classroom teachers, school leaders and other educators to explore and design ways to incorporate innovative practices in their teaching. The sessions will be active, participatory and actionable.

iLab is collaborative.
Rather than sitting alone at sessions, iLab participants will have opportunities to interact and plan with others from their schools and from other schools. In addition to the active sessions, we’ve built in opportunities to debrief and take action on what you’re learning.

iLab is fun.
With a spirit of exploration and experimentation, iLab brings together dynamic, adventurous, and ambitious educators working to change teaching and learning, one classroom or one school at a time.

This is your chance to be a part of iLab in 2017.

Submissions are due May 1, 2017.

Presenters are responsible for their own conference discounted registration fee of $150, travel, and lodging.

Email address *
Presenter's Name *
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Co-Presenter's Name
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Co-Presenter's Email
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Institution *
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Address *
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City, State, Zip *
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Position *
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If you selected "Teacher" above, what subject(s) do you teach?
If you selected "Teacher" above, what age level(s) do you teach?
Title of your session for the program *
Please make this sticky and memorable! Choose a title that is very unique. If accepted, this will go in our program.
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Brief description of your session for the program *
Please limit your description to 600 characters or less. Be explicit in what participants will do and what they will learn.
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Workshop agenda *
Please include a detailed "lesson plan" for the workshop, including times, activities and what participants will create in your session. Note that your workshop should model active and deeper learning strategies, so it should be interactive by encouraging participants to work and talk together at least 70% of the time. Participants should also take something away with them (e.g., a product, an activity, next steps, etc.). Limit your response to 800 characters.
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Which topic does your workshop address the most? *
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For which audience would this session be appropriate? *
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Materials needed *
Each room will be equipped with a projector, audio and chart paper, makers, post it notes and index cards for a single workshop session with ~30 participants. All presenters are asked to bring their own laptops. Please provide a detailed list of any additional supplies your workshop requires.
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