2019 Schools of the Future Conference - Student Call For Proposals
This year the Schools of the Future Conference will include student presentations on Friday, October 4, 2019. All student presentations will take place between 12:00-1:00pm, during the timeframe that was previously allocated for Like-Minded Sessions. All conference attendees will collect their lunch and then be encouraged to attend a student-led session.

The purpose of these sessions is to give students the opportunity to teach the teachers. Student proposals should address best teaching practices and should inspire thinking about learning from the student's perspective. All proposals can include up to 3 students and must include 1 teacher who will serve as an advisor and point person.

Email address *
Deadline to submit proposals is Friday, May 3, 2019
Notifications will be sent by May 17, 2019

Presenter Discounts and Registration Options for Accepted Proposals:

Unregistered Presenters:
The presenter group can opt to attend just for their presentation, free of charge. In this instance, presenters will be asked to arrive at 11:30 am and head directly to their assigned presentation room. At the conclusion of the presentation, the group would need to depart the Convention Center. Note: lunch will not be included for unregistered presenters.

Registered Presenters:
If your presenters would like to attend the full conference day, they will need to register. This options allows the group to participate fully in the conference and includes all meals and snacks throughout the day. The Students Presenter 1-day fee is $50. The teacher will receive the 50% presenter discount, which will be applied to the rate in effect at the time of registration and can be used for either the 1 or 2 day ticket option. Please note that the conference does not cover any travel expenses (hotel, airfare or other) for presenters.

For more information on SOTF conference fees, go to http://www.sotfconf.org.

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