Bridging to Resilience Call for Session Proposals 2021
Hello and thanks for considering B2R. We’re looking for engaging and interactive sessions related to the six Bridging to Resilience strands (below) – including those focusing on successful connections between school/organizations and community.
- Each Bridging to Resilience session is 60 minutes long. We love sessions that are collaborative, experiential, and designed to empower participants to leave with ideas, application, strategies and/or systems change. If it’s working for you, then it will work for others!
- If you need more than 60 minutes, there will be a few double sessions built into the schedule. You’ll have the opportunity to select this option in the proposal form (but the scheduling committee reserves the right to make any final decisions concerning session length).
- Target one or more of the conference strands:
- Families and Communities
- Polyvagal Theory: Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation
- Restorative Practices
-Trauma Responsive Approaches and Systems
-Neuro-informed and Resilience-Oriented SEL
-Co-regulation strategies for the classroom, the community, the family
- Each presentation room at the conference will have a projector, screen, speakers, and wireless internet access.
- Preference will be given to proposals that clearly encourage and support connection, and also include participation and collaboration in your session.
- Each accepted proposal will receive one 50% registration discount.
- The deadline for submitting a proposal is June 30, 2021
- We will contact you regarding your presentation proposal by July 15, 2021
Your organization or school
Your organization or school city/state
Name(s) of Co-Presenter(s)
You will be responsible for informing this person of conference details. We will not be contacting them.
If selected, your description as entered below will appear in the conference program. Please limit your description to 150 words and double-check for typos.
On which conference strand(s) will your presentation focus?
Families and Communities
Polyvagal Theory: Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-regulation
Trauma Responsive Approaches and/or Systems
Neuro-informed and Resilience Oriented SEL
Co-regulation strategies for the classroom, the family, and the community
Does your session target participants at beginner or advanced levels of trauma-informed work?
Would your presentation fit better with a double session?
(Clicking yes does not guarantee you receiving a double session.)
Briefly describe how your presentation will engage your audience and encourage conversation to extend the learning beyond the conference.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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