2021 TEACH Breakout Session Application
TEACH: Better Together is seeking creative, innovative, and informative sessions for our 7th annual conference on Saturday, November 13, 2021.
Conference sessions should focus on current trends, practices, and issues in education, VPK through 12th grade. There will be 27 concurrent breakout sessions, 55-minutes in length. Complimentary conference registration will be provided for up to two presenters in a group (however, no funds are available to pay presenters).
Presenters must be prepared to provide your own copies of on-site handouts. Each room will have a screen and table for a computer with electrical connections. Presenters are responsible for bringing their own laptops.
The TEACH steering committee will review the proposals and selected presenters will be notified by Wednesday, September 1, 2021. If you are selected as a presenter, you will be asked to submit a high-quality print photograph.

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Name *
Write presenter's name and level of education exactly as it should appear in the program. Make sure first and last names are capitalized properly. Example: Circe LeNoble, M.S.
Professional Job Title *
Business *
List presenter's place of work/company.
Address *
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City *
State *
Zip Code *
Email *
List the best email address to contact presenter, the one corresponded with most often.
Work Phone *
Include area code.
Cell Phone
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Presenter Bio *
Write a concise (3-4 sentence) bio about presenter's professional work and affiliations related to session, exactly as it should appear in the program. Include 2-3 sentences to introduce yourself to attendees.
Co-Presenter *
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