NJASL 2020 Virtual Event Proposal Form
Thank you for submitting a proposal for our Dec. 4-5 Virtual Event.
There are two options for presentations: a 45 minute Zoom session or a 10 minute Spark and Tell.
All proposals should fit into one of the following strands: Social Emotional Learning, Social Justice, Advocacy and Leadership or Remote Learning.
Please submit your completed proposal no later than August 15, 2020.
Questions may be emailed to Leslie Blatt: mrsles@aol.com
For more information visit the Event Weebly: https://njasl2020.weebly.com/.
Email address *
Fall Conference Virtual Event
Presenter Name *
School (include district) or Organization: *
Position or Title *
Telephone *
NJASL Member *
Co-Presenter Name
Co-Presenter School (include district) or Organization:
Co-Presenter Position or Title
Co-Presenter Telephone
Session Proposal
There will be two ways to present:

1. Concurrent Session (45 minutes) - Online, interactive presentation
2. Spark and Tell Session (10 minute presentation) - All presentations are due to NJASL by November 1, 2020 to be pre-loaded.
Session Format *
Program Title exactly as it should appear in program (10 word limit): *
Program Description: Describe your session in 50 words or fewer. What will others learn from you and how might they use it in their practice? How does this session relate to one of the four strands? *
Intended Audience: Select all that apply. *
Strands: Select the strand or strands that apply to your session. *
Notes to Presenters
This is a members only virtual event. Within your 45 minutes timeframe, we ask that you include an interactive element.

Photo/Video Release: We will be recording some sessions to share with members.

Acknowledgement of this proposal will be made via e-mail and will constitute your adherence to the information provided in this document. Thank you.

All proposal forms must be submitted on or before August 15, 2020. Email any questions to Leslie Blatt at mrsles@aol.com.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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