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2014 Curriculum Conference Presenter Proposal Online Submission Form
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Region 7's Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment Department invites all administrators, school leaders and teachers to share their expertise as a presenter at the 2014 Region 7 Curriculum Conference. This is an opportunity for educators to share their story! As educators in 21st Century schools, we are all learners and leaders in a rapidly changing world. Please consider sharing your journey by submitting a proposal to present!

Presenter Proposal Submission Information
 

Proposal Submission Deadline

Proposal Submission Form

2014 Conference Information

Sunday, December 15, 2013

All proposals must be submitted online.
Click here to access the online form.

June 11-12, 2014
Region 7 ESC in Kilgore


Contact Information

 Pam Garr
pgarr@esc7.net
903.988.6788

 Betty Steele
bsteele@esc7.net
903.988.6128

Leesa Green
lgreen@esc7.net
903.988.6715

Presenter Selection Guidelines & Criteria

Presentation proposals will be selected based on:

  • Relevance to the challenges and needs of teaching and learning communities
  • Innovative thought provoking subjects, topics, experiences, strategies
  • Appeal to audience and clearly defined overview
  • Engaging idea for presenting 

*Please note that all presentations should be 1 hour in length.

Presenter Strands

Presentations may apply to several strands, but please select only one when submitting your proposal. The presenter strands to choose from are:

  • Differentiation: Presentations including Special Education, AP Instruction, GT, RtI, using data to determine individual and small group needs, centers, learning stations, Project Based Learning
  • Rigor: Presentations focusing on levels of questions, rigor of the TEKS, STAAR, higher level questioning, Blooms, Facets of Understanding, Web's Depth of Knowledge, Raising the Bar
  • Technology in the Classroom: Presentations including student-centered use of technology, innovative use of social media, interactive whiteboards, virtual classroom, flippled learning concepts, podcasts, student presentations in Prezi, PowerPoint, etc.
  • PLCs: Presentations for the Professional Lerning Community, leadership that buidls collaboration, TEKS Resource System implementation of a guaranteed viable curriculum, developing relationships of trust, Leadership that is focused on growing learners, mentoring, coaching,etc.
  • Reading & Writing Across the Curriculum: Presentations on literature used in Social Studies, math, science and ELAR; Strategies for improving comprehension; Figure 19/Metacognition strategies; Writing across the curriculum, the writing process, reading for meaning
Content/Audience

You may present a topic that is geared for more than one audience including:

  • Leadership/Administration
  • TEKS Resource System
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • ELAR
  • Integration of the Arts
  • Cross Curriculum
  • Technology
  • Other