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Prep for the Proposal Form Guidelines

Once you have your vision in place, the process of submitting your proposal is simple! Below are the sections of the proposal form with some additional guidance to help you prepare your submission.

Call for Proposal - Section 1

You may submit a total of two (2) different proposals for Innovate 20 Principal Conference. Each proposal must be different in the title and focus of innovation.

Lead Presenter - Section 2

Who shares your vision or has worked with you to make an impact? Consider teaming up with others to deliver an even more dynamic session. You may identify up to four (4) Co-presenters, in addition to the lead presenter. You must include the following information for the leader presenter and completer Section 4 for each co-presenter at the time you submit your proposal.

You must be available to present at any time, October 6, 2020. Sessions will be scheduled during these times: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

You will need the following information for each presenter (all are required):

  • Name (first and last)
  • Email Address
  • Job Title
  • School District Name
  • School Name
  • Brief Bio
  • Cell Phone Number
  • Social Media – Twitter Handle

Presentation Proposal Information - Section 3

You may submit a total of two (2) different proposals for Innovate 20. Each proposal must be different in title and focus.

Presentation Format (Required)

  • Learning Presentation: 50 minutes
  • Hands-on Innovative Technology: 50 minutes

Presentation Title (Maximum of 80 characters) (Required)

Choose an intriguing title that is descriptive, inspires interest and makes your topic clear to a broad audience. Limit to 80 characters.

Presentation Short Description (Required)

Capture our Attention! Write a three-sentence description (no longer than 70 words) using sentences that begin with active verbs that describe what the session will cover and what attendees can expect to learn. Ex: active verbs, such as Learn, Explore, Discover. This description will be used for the conference program and should address the objectives, content, and ways participants may use the information.

Presentation Long Description (Required)

Please provide a detailed description that will help the presentation committee understand your proposal.

Presentation Learning Objectives (Required)

Please provide one - three learning objectives for your proposal. Examples include: The participants will become familiar with; The participants will understand; The participants will practice; The participants will discuss; The participants will collaborate; The participants will develop.

Presentation Outcomes (Required)

Please list 3 - 4 intended outcomes that describe what the participants will know, be able to do, and how they might apply the knowledge as a result of attending the session. (Outcome description should not exceed 200 words.)

Presentation Additional Information

Detail any additional information you'd like to share regarding your presentation. (Video, a website, a published article, evidence/impact on student growth, teacher growth, and or organizational change.)

Conference Areas of Focus: Principal Standards

Please indicate which of the following principal standards your presentation will address.

  1. Instructional Leadership
  2. Human Capital
  3. Executive Leadership
  4. School Culture
  5. Strategic Operations

Intended Audience (Required)

Choose only one selection:

  1. Elementary
  2. Secondary
  3. All Levels
    (Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School, High School, Charter, Private, Private Non-profit)

Additional Presenters - Section 4

You may identify up to four (4) Co-presenters, in addition to the lead presenter. You must include the following information for each co-presenter at the time you submit your proposal. (All are required)

  • Name (first and last)
  • Email Address
  • Job Title
  • School District Name
  • School Name
  • Brief Bio
  • Social Media – Twitter Handle

Proposal Evaluation

Members of the committee will evaluate all proposals on the presenter's ability to:

  • Address a current or effective innovation in education.
  • Explain how his or her leadership has impacted school improvement.
  • Demonstrate clarity in content, process, and solutions.
  • Clearly define the learning outcomes for participants.
  • Use a delivery model other than a lecture format.

Submit Your Proposal

Now that you’ve created your vision, developed your story and prepared your proposal, you are ready to submit! 

Call For Proposal Form

 

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