Presentation Proposal - 2020 NEOTech Conference
NEOnet will hold our 11th annual Educational Technology Conference on March 16 & 17, 2020 at the John S Knight Center in Akron, Ohio. The conference is designed for teachers, administrators, and others interested in the use of instructional technologies in the school setting.

We are now accepting proposals for 50 minute presentations to be offered for the Teacher-focused day on March 17, 2020. Please complete the form below to submit your proposal to the conference planning committee. You may submit the form more than once for multiple proposals.
Email address *
Call for Presenters will be open from November 1, 2019 - January 20, 2020
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Presenter Name(s) *
If there are more than one presenter, please list each below separated by comma.
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Your school district(s) or organization(s) *
If there are more than one school or organization, please list each below separated by comma.
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Presenter Bio *
Brief description of your experience and background, especially as related to this proposal.
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Twitter Handle (optional) *
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Presentation Title *
Please note, we want our audience to be engaged, please limit lecture/presentation speech to no more than 40 minutes. This will allow at least 10 minutes of the presentation to be interactive. Please plan for this.
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Presentation Description *
To be displayed on the conference website. (4-5 sentences max).
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Presentation - Detailed Description *
For the review committee to use internally. Please provide as much detail as possible.
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Presentation Theme(s) *
Choose all that apply. Please do not limit yourself to these themes, add your own options below too!
Grade Level(s) *
Select the grade level(s) for which your presentation is applicable.
Technology Level *
Select the user technology skill level for which your presentation is applicable.
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