EdTalks @ EdCon - Call for Submissions
MASSP is trying something new this year and we want you to be part of a keynote session at EdCon. We're looking to our membership for inspiration and asking you to lead an EdTalk - a 10 minute session sharing an innovation or change that has greatly impacted your building, students, staff, culture, etc.

Not sure what an EdTalk would be like? It's based on the TED Talk model. If you need to get familiar with what this is, simply Google "TED Talk." Those selected to present will be asked to commit to closely following the TED Talk model - no slides or other supplementals. Just you, a microphone and your story to tell.

Interested in throwing your hat in the ring? Sign up below between now and May 12th. We will let you know either way, and work with those selected to prepare for the presentation.

Presentation Name/Topic
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Description of Presentation:
(Please provide a short description that clearly describes how this topic has had an impact and what attendees will learn during your 10 min. talk.)
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Presenter's Name
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Presenter's Job Title
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School/Company
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Street Address
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City
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State
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ZIP
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Cell number
(MASSP use only)
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Email
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PRESENTATION DISCLAIMER:
I confirm all information as set forth above, as true and correct and, if selected, agree to give my presentation as stated in my title, description and objectives in both a professional and educational manner. I also understand that I cannot market my materials or services during the session and must present on professional development material only. I understand that I cannot promote my presentation or organization ahead of or after the event, without permission and an agreed upon process from MASSP, including any requests for conference attendee lists.
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