NCAGT 2020 Call for Proposals Submission
Deadline for submissions: Sunday, December 1, 2019
The call for proposals is for any individual or group that would like to present at the 2020 North Carolina Association's of Gifted and Talented Annual Gifted Conference held on March 5-6 in Winston-Salem. Upon completion of this form, the presenter will receive an email confirmation of submission. If your proposal is accepted, a secondary email will be sent by January 12, 2020.
If you are presenting with additional co-presenters, the main presenter should be the primary contact person (main presenter). Each additional co-presenter will need to be listed with their best email address. Do NOT use the same email address for all presenters.
What is the presenter's name?
(Enter full name, first name followed by last name)
Are you presenting alone or as a group?
With a group
If you are presenting with a group, provide the names of your co-presenters and their best email addresses. Separate each person's full name from their email with a comma and each entry with a double dash. If you are presenting alone, skip this question.
(example, first person's full name, email--next person's full name, email--etc.)
What school district or organization do you represent?
(Use formal district name and/or organization name. Do NOT use acronyms)
What is the best email address to contact you?
Make sure your email is entered correctly. We will be sending your submission confirmation to this email address.
What is the best phone number to contact you?
What is the title of your presentation?
(50 character maximum)
To which audience is your presentation targeted?
(Check at least one, no more than two. If you check more than two, we will change the audience to general.)
General (all of the above)
Which conference strand does your presentation address?
Seeing Students Differently: Supporting Underrepresented Populations (cultural awareness & diversity, alternative identification)
Seeing Instruction Differently: Core Differentiation, Enrichment, Extension, Acceleration
Seeing the Future Differently: Overcoming Obstacles (Best practices & Next steps in building gifted programs--district, building leadership & capacity)
Briefly describe your session as it would appear in the conference program.
(250 character maximum)
Provide an in-depth look at your session's content, the implications for AIG Students, and two learning outcomes for your audience to take away from your session.
(2500 character maximum)
How are you qualified to present the information in your proposed session?
(250 character maximum)
What type of session would best fit your presentation?
(Presenters submitting a poster session are encouraged to consider submitting a separate round table session that translates the poster content into practice)
Concurrent session (50 minutes: theory, research, and best practice)
Double concurrent session (1 hour and 50 minutes: theory, research, and best practice)
Poster Session (demonstrations of the world of practice)
Are you interested in repeating your session during the conference?
Any questions/concerns? Is there anything else we need to know?
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