2019 ACTE Region V Leadership Conference Presentation Submission
Thank you for your interest in presenting at the 2019 ACTE Region V Conference, “CTE Roundup: Under the Big Sky”. This special event, co-hosted by Montana ACTE and the ACTE Region V Policy Committee will focus on the professional development of career and technical education professionals, including instructors, administrators and career guidance and school counselors from both secondary and postsecondary CTE programs and institutions. The conference will be held April 10-13, 2019 at the Best Western Plus GranTree in Bozeman, MT. All concurrent sessions are 50 minutes. Please do not submit a proposal unless you can present at any time during the day on Thursday, April 11 or Friday April 12, 2019. The Region V Conference Planning Team reserves the right to edit presentation titles and descriptions for length and content. Accepted speakers are responsible for ALL Conference-related expenses, including registration, travel, lodging and meals. Priority will be given to presenters who are ACTE members.

A conference planning committee has identified priority content areas for strengthening the skills of CTE professionals in both secondary and postsecondary programs. In an attempt to broadly represent the range of sectors and geographic identities involved in both secondary and postsecondary CTE programs throughout the region, the conference organizers reserve the right to align similar themed proposals into roundtable discussions. Should your proposal be selected and assigned to a roundtable, you will be invited to present at three 20-minute round table rotations.

Each submission must indicate which thematic area the proposed presentation addresses.
 Best Practices and Innovation in CTE
 Classroom Delivery
 Creating Partnerships: Secondary, Post-secondary, and Business
 Leadership and Advocacy
 Work-based Learning and Apprenticeships

This is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your programs and to share your expertise with colleagues.

The dates below provide information for deadlines and submissions. Please consider these dates as you prepare your submission in response to this Call for Presentations.

Date Activity
January 15, 2019 Deadline for submission of response to this Call for Presentations
February 1, 2019 Email notification of acceptance
February 15, 2019 Early registration deadline (presenters are required to register for the conference)
March 1, 2019 Electronic submission of conference documents

For presenters/authors who wish to do so, handouts will be placed on the ACTE Region V website for download prior to the Conference. Electronic files must be submitted as a Word document (.doc), PowerPoint presentation (.ppt) or Portable Document Format (.pdf). The handouts do become part of the proceedings of the Conference and are published on the Web site following the Conference. If a handout is not submitted by March 1, 2019, to ensure its inclusion in the proceedings, the author will be responsible for providing copies of the handout for distribution on-site during the session and will provide a copy of the presentation to the Conference Coordinator, Mark Branger, following the Conference.

Audiovisual: Montana ACTE will provide construction of the workshop within the contracted space and will include chairs, projection screen, and projector. You will be responsible for the laptop and/or presentation software and handouts. The official layout will be theater style, unless special accommodations are needed.

To have your session proposal considered for the program, please fully complete the form below. If you do not receive a confirmation message after submitting this form, please contact Mark Branger at mbranger@huntley.k12.mt.us to verify the status of your submission.

Each proposal will be evaluated by a panel of reviewers and final decisions will be made about the program in early March. Submitter's will be notified about the status of their proposals via email after the January 15th deadline.

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