Session Proposals: Tech-Teach-Learn Conference 2020
The 2020 Tech-Teach-Learn Conference will be held at Kentucky Country Day School in Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday, June 16, and Wednesday, June 17, 2020.
The conference offers an opportunity for educators to explore effective uses of technology in the classroom to meet teaching and learning goals.
If you are interested in presenting a session at this conference, please submit your information below. We accept and evaluate submissions on a rolling basis, so a member of the conference planning committee will get back to you within 3 business days.
Each session will run for one hour. In addition, you can submit two proposals if you would like to cover your topic in two leveled sessions. For example, you could submit "Technology for Writing Instruction, Level 1" as a beginner's session and "Technology for Writing Instruction, Level 2" as a more advanced, workshop-oriented session for a follow-up.
If you would like to propose more than one session, please complete a separate version of this form for each session.
The conference registration fee ($32 by April 16; $42 after that date) will be waived for all presenters.
The deadline for breakout session proposals is Friday, March 27, 2020.
First & Last
Your school or organization affiliation:
Your job title:
Your phone number:
Cell phone number preferred
Your email address:
If you plan to present with others, please provide names, affiliations/job titles, and email contact information for the other people on your presentation team.
Title of proposed session:
70 character maximum
A description of your proposed session:
Please write 2-5 sentences. This is the description that will be used in the conference program if your proposal is accepted.
Skill level required:
This selection will help conference participants choose the sessions that are most appropriate for their skill level.
Introductory session (appropriate for all attendees)
Intermediate session (requires some background knowledge or specific technology skills, please see next question for specifics)
Advanced session (requires extensive background knowledge or specific technology skills, please see next question for specifics)
Skill level details:
If you chose "intermediate session" or "advanced session" above, this question must be completed. Please list and/or describe briefly the skills or knowledge that participants should have to get the most out of your session. This information will be published in conference materials to allow participants to choose sessions that are most appropriate for their skill level, so please be specific.
Device requirements for attendees:
This selection will help conference participants choose the sessions that are most appropriate for their technology.
A device is required, and it must be of a specific type (see next question for specifics).
A device is required, but it can be of any type.
A device is recommended, but not required (see next question if you would like to provide specifics).
No device is needed.
If you chose "a device is required, and it must be of a specific type" above, please give more details about the type of device that attendees must have. If you would like to give more details about another choice above, you can also use this space to do that. This information will be published in conference materials to allow participants to choose sessions that are most appropriate for their technology, so please be specific.
Select the grade levels or areas to which your session is most relevant. This selection will help conference participants choose the sessions that will contribute directly to their instructional practice. Please select all that apply.
Preschool or Pre-Kindergarten
Early Elementary (Kindergarten-2nd Grade)
Upper Elementary (3rd-5th Grades)
Middle School (5th/6th-8th Grades)
High School (9th-12th Grades)
If needed, would you be interested in presenting this breakout session twice during the conference program?
If there is other information that you would like to share about your proposed session or if you have questions for the conference planning committee, please record those notes or questions here. If you have schedule constraints for when you can present a breakout session, please explain those circumstances here.
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