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Conference Proposal Writing Tips
Transcript of Conference Proposal Writing Tips
Annual Spring Conference
Prepare to Write the Proposal!
Follow the guidelines:
Make it r
State your main points early in the proposal
Target the content of your proposal to the audience
Provide background context and/or share your story
Research previous conference topics
Come up with a title that is attention getting
Discuss with colleagues
Proofread for errors
What is your motivation for presenting your topic?
Care about the topic
Be authentic and interested in your topic
Focus on helping others
Share something that you have learned, or share what went well and/or what did not go well.
Teach a skill, technique, or discovery
Consider the Audience
Teachers of Adult Learners
Build Rapport; Think about what you all have in common
Question: How will the presentation & topic be useful to the audience?
Consider how the proposal will be evaluated
The Proposal is organized and clear
The topic, title, and presentation spark interest
The proposal contains
of: your presentation/demonstration and
how the activities will be used by teachers and students.
Tip: Make sure the activities that you have
match with the objectives of the presentation.
Good Luck with your Spring Conference proposals and to submit online go to:
and click the
For Quick Share Proposal questions contact:
For Conference Proposal questions contact:
Early Bird: December 19, 2016
Proposals are due:
January 8, 2017
Reverse Engineer : look at previous
topics and areas of interest