Apply to Present at the 2018 Palm Beach Technology Conference

Presenter Notes presentation session types

APPLY TO PRESENT

Presentation Options For This Year – (Apply Below)

Please read all of the following guidelines, these important notes and please click here to review all of the session types before you begin.   Additionally,  you can check to see a bit about the submissions so far to help give you ideas in the important notes

When applying to present, you will be asked to choose your type of session, and provide some defining information.

1. You are submitting as the primary presenter.

If you need to apply on someone’s behalf, please add their information and indicate in the “Special Requests” section if you need to be contacted to confirm the submission.

This year, a total of two presenters (the primary and one co-presenter) may be included in this application. All communications regarding your presentation will be sent to the primary presenter. It is the primary presenter’s responsibility to communicate this information with co-presenters.

Students are welcome to participate in your presentation and will not count as your 1 co-presenter as long as you follow the Student Ambassador Guidelines found on the important notes page.

2. Session titles should be limited to 75 Characters

3. Session descriptions are limited to 475 characters.

4. Please Consider the Following:

Pillars of Effective Instruction

The Pillars of Effective Instruction were developed as part of the 2016 School District of Palm Beach County Strategic Plan. The four pillars have direct connections to technology integration into the curriculum: standards-driven instruction, personalized learning, high expectations, and engaged learners. The core tenants of these pillars are addressed directly and are also interwoven throughout the District Technology Plan and should be highlighted in your sessions whenever possible.

Digital Literacy and Effective Use of Technology – Prior to completing the form below please familiarize yourself with the ISTE Standards for learning, teaching, and leading in the digital age (listed below). You will be asked to identify which standard(s) apply to your presentation when applicable.

ISTE Standards

Presentations should align with the ISTE standards whenever possible, and should showcase best-practices in the effective use of technology that enhances instruction, increases productivity, or facilitates student learning.

Presenters who require a lab for “hands on interaction,” or have special requests or requirements, should indicate in the form below.

 

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