This call for proposals is for presentations on
Thursday, November 30 through Saturday, December 2, 2017
Robust, relevant presentations are the key ingredients to a successful conference. Please consider how you can showcase the work of your ESA at these presentation opportunities.
Submission deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017
How to submit: Please fully complete and submit the online form below.
Eligible presenters: Staff personnel of ESAs that are members of AESA. If presenting with a vendor representative, that vendor/person must also be an exhibitor in the exhibit hall.
Acceptance notifications: Sent via e-mail to the first (primary) presenter listed on the submission, no later than June 12, 2017.
Contact: John Bass firstname.lastname@example.org 832-437-8231
Breakout sessions: 60-minute sessions
How it works: These are the backbone events of our annual conference. We look forward to your submissions that feature best practice, expertise, programs, innovation and audience engagement! Please consider submitting a proposal to share your expertise or the expertise of your staff. There are several slots available throughout each day Thursday, Friday, Saturday morning.
ESA Talks: 15-minute “Ted Talk” style presentations
How it works: These are thought leader conversations similar to “Ted Talks”.
There will be four (4) ESA Talks presented back-to-back in the one ESA Talks 60-minute time slot. We anticipate two (2) ESA Talks time slots scheduled throughout the conference schedule. The Selection committee may request a 3-minute preview video after all written applications are reviewed.
6 innovations in 60 minutes: 10-minute presentation plus 30 minutes of table conversations
How it works: Fast-paced and popular! First, present 10 minutes on an innovation, new idea, processes, home-grown product or programs. There will be six (6) presentations in hour. Then Immediately following the presentations, you will host a 30 minute post-presentation conversation for interested participants to learn more details, ask questions and discussions.
The conference strands are:
- Governance, Leadership and Policy
- Teaching and Learning
- Innovative Program and Services
- Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice