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Call for Proposals: AMLE 2015

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Ready to go to AMLE 2015 in Columbus, OH, home of the Buckeyes? Be on the top of the priority list by submitting a proposal to present at the national middle level education conference. Join teachers and consultants from around the nation who understand and love the same goofy, hormonal, rambunctions middle schoolers that you interact with every day.

Here’s what you need:

Instructions and grading information :

http://www.amle.org/Portals/1/pdf/AMLE2015CFP.pdf

Portal for submissions:

http://www.amle.org/ServicesEvents/AMLE2015/SpeakerSubmissions/tabid/623/Default.aspx

Deadline: February 9, 2015

 

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Call for Presenter: HITC

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What: Presenters wanted for this year’s Hawaiʻi Island TechEd Conference on March 27, 2015. Remember how much you learned from your colleagues at our Kula Waena tech in-service? This is a great opportunity to share your  manaʻo, your expertise, and share the work you have been doing with your students so your colleagues can benefit from your practitioner experience.

For more information on the conference: http://blogs.ksbe.edu/hitc2015/

To apply to present: http://goo.gl/Yjs1a0

Proposals are due by December 15, 2014

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Call for Proposals: ISTE 2015

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As we saw at the Kula Waena tech in-service at the end of August, our faculty have tech-ed integration ideas that other educators can benefit from. Take your manaʻo to a larger stage by submitting a proposal to present at ISTE.

Still feel like you can’t? See Ellen and Kainoa who will tell you that it’s totally doable!

Go to ISTE, read their tips for presentations and submit your great idea online.

Deadline is 11:59 pm, October 1, PT.

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PD Tuesday: Present at KSH’s Tech Slam


What: Call for proposals for our Hawaii Campus Tech slam (Digital Natives to Digital Producers) on April 26, 2013. Sign up as a team, a department, a singleton, just sign up.

Why: This is our first K-12 tech slam and the coordinators are eager to tap into our teacher expertise as well as bringing in special, fabulous guest speakers. With a well-known keynote speaker coming, this mini conference is going to be bananas!

Other information: Go to the proposals link (above) to sign up for a 45-, 60- or 80-minute presentation.

Session types: Lecture, Hands-on (BYOD), Panel, etc.

Proposals are due on January 31, 2013

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