Canadian Online Homeschool Conference 2020 Speaker Application
Thank you for your interest in being part of the 2020 Canadian Online Homeschool Conference. This application is for anyone who is interested in being a speaker at the conference. We are looking for sessions for the main stream (homeschooling parents) as well as some sessions for the youth and kids.


IMPORTANT DETAILS:

These are to be pre-recorded sessions that are approx. 30 minutes long. Quality of video and clarity of sound is expected to be a high as possible.

The purpose of the main sessions is to offer support, encouragement, ideas, and helpful information to the Canadian homeschooling community. Think of a question that someone would have and how you could answer it. Sessions are not intended to be promotional.

Sessions for children should be interactive, instructional, or just plain fun. These need to be something that kids can participate in at home on their own time and not live. Some examples could be things like a yoga session, brain gym exercises, storytelling, art lesson, etc.

Youth sessions need to be more informative and helpful for the teen community as they go through high school as homeschoolers, answering the questions and the needs they have.

As we anticipate many submissions for this event, but have limited speaking spaces, we will then be filtering applications to will decide which to include in this conference. We reserve the right to change sessions that we accept as needed.

Deadline for speaking submissions is September 15th, 2019 so we can choose which sessions to include and schedule times to record our sessions.

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