2019 Education Design Studio Presenter Guide
This guide provides detailed information for educators interested in presenting their work with our Design Studio attendees. The Design Studio continues to grow each year as we strive to expand our offerings to ensure each attendee has a personalized experience.
Call for Proposals Opens: March 18, 2019
Call for Proposals Closes: April 15, 2019
Notification of Acceptance: June 1, 2019
A Presenter Webinar will be offered after June 1, 2019
Presentation Materials & Handouts due: July 15, 2019
Conditions of Acceptance
Each presentation session selected to be part of the EDS 2019 program will include free registration for one presenter. Any additional presenters for a chosen session will be required to register.
Presenters are responsible for bringing a laptop or other presentation device, as well as dongles, clickers, or any other items specific to your presentation device.
Accepted sessions may be photographed and/or recorded.
After you are Accepted
A presenter webinar will be offered after June 1st, to go over additional details and answer questions. It is highly recommended that you make every effort to attend this webinar. The time and log-in information will be shared at a later date.
Each presentation session selected to be part of the EDS 2019 program will include free registration for one presenter. All additional presenters will be eligible for the Early Bird registration rate regardless of when they register.
A/V EQUIPMENT, ROOM SET-UP AND TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
Each room will have a screen, projector, cart, audio connection, and hard-wired/wireless internet connection.
Rooms will not have: computers or laptops, slide advancers/clickers, microphones.
Presenters are responsible for bringing a laptop or other presentation device.
Presenters are responsible for connecting their laptop to the audio connection, projector, and internet.
The audience will have access to guest wireless that will be password protected.
PRESENTATION MATERIALS AND HANDOUTS
Every year participants inquire about break-out session slides and handouts and request access to those ahead of and during the event. Education Design Studios will provide an online site where attendees will be able to access handouts. In order to facilitate this and provide this requested access by participants, please send your handouts by the deadline below in order to guarantee they will be included on the site.If your session requires printed handouts for activities, etc. -- you must bring your own copies. We will not have the ability to make copies on-site and we recommend not relying on participants to come with copies.
Deadline: July 15, 2019. Please submit to: email@example.com
You are responsible for making your own travel arrangements or securing accommodations if needed. Registration for the convening does not include lodging.
Submission Form Questions
The person listed as the session contact will receive all communications from Education Design Studios. This person will be responsible for communicating with the presenter and/or co-presenters.
You only need to fill out Presenter 1 information if the contact for the session is not presenting (for example, an assistant or public relations professional may be the session contact but won’t be presenting).
The short bios provided for each presenter will be used on the Studio website.
Include Twitter handles for presenters if you have them.
Length: 1 hour
TITLE OF SESSION
While participants will be provided with many details on the content of your session through your description, your title will be the first piece of information they will use to decide whether they will attend your session (or not attend). Make it unique, if you can.
DESCRIPTION OF SESSION
The description that you submit here will be used in the printed and online Studio materials. Please keep this in mind while developing your summary. It should help our review team make an informed decision about your session, but most importantly, it should provide a good description to participants of what your session will cover.
ADDRESSING FOCUS AREAS
It’s important for the sessions to reflect specific focus areas while supporting educators’ growth in understanding and implementing competency-based education and personalized learning.
Conference Focus Areas
Introduction to CBL
K-12 CBL Design
Personalization & Equity
Assessment, Grading, and Reporting
Professional Learning Communities
We will ask each presenter to identify the research they have used to inform their work. It is very important to EDS that the work being shared is connected to research.
What data can you share to show that what you are doing within your school/classroom is having a positive impact?
This field helps the reviewing committee understand the purpose and intended outcomes of your session and may be shared with attendees.
Based on participant feedback in the past, we encourage all presenters to utilize an interactive approach. Our Studio is about competency-based and personalized learning, so we will attempt to meet each learner where they are and provide the necessary support for them to move forward, thereby modeling a competency-based and personalized approach.
DEPTH OF CONTENT -- IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL
We are striving to provide support for educators at all levels of implementation (Initiating, Developing, and Performing). You will be asked to identify the depth of content/implementation level, of your session’s focus.
Indicate the role of the attendee that will get the most out of your session.
Coach or Coordinator
Again, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.