Please complete this form to propose a session at #ELMLEBudapest. The deadline for submissions is October 1, and notifications of acceptance will be sent by October 15. Please note that the Steering Committee might work with you in finding the best presentation method for your proposal so that together we can design the most impactful learning for our teachers.
We started planning this year’s conference by wondering about possibilities - both for the conference and for our middle schools. We wondered...How might we reimagine our conference to engage delegates in a 3-day conversation about what MS could be? How might we build a community of learners around a common focus?
We landed on our focus for this year by exploring these possibilities, and the theme of “What if…?” developed. What if... a conference were a place where you could build a lasting network of colleagues, develop and dream together, and hold each other accountable to goals? What if... we designed for the powerful outcomes of our conference instead of leaving them to chance? What if... the learning from our conference could last well beyond the weekend? What if... we involved students in the conversation? What if... we could measure the impact of our learning together? We’re excited to explore these questions and more with you at #ELMLEBudapest. The Steering Committee is taking a very intentional approach to designing this year’s conference, and we hope you'll be a part of the conversation. One of the reasons the ELMLE conference is so successful is because we're with "our tribe", and we learn from and with each other.
All presenters are required to register for the full ELMLE Conference January 24-25, 2020. We are pleased to offer those individuals with accepted proposals a discount of up to €50 on their registration cost (if there is more than one presenter, the discount will be shared).
THANKS for your interest!
The content should be supportive of middle school learners.
We're looking at two different types of formats: 1) a 60-90 minute workshop and 2) a shorter idea-sharing style session. For the shorter sessions, think of "speed dating" style talks or TED-style talks where several presenters are in the room at once, and participants learn about many practical ideas in one location.