The Ohio Google Summit is a great opportunity to​ spotlight the amazing things happening with technology in Ohio classrooms. Be part of this spotlight and share some of the Google-tastic activities you are doing in your classroom and school district!​

1. Know Your Audience

Over 800 educators from around Ohio attend the Ohio Google Summit. Attendees include:

  • Teachers, faculty, K-12
  • Tech coordinators, specialists, facilitators, directors
  • Principals, assistant principals
  • Librarians, media specialists
  • Consultants, trainers
  • Curriculum coordinators, specialists
  • Superintendents, assistant superintendents

2. Pick Your Format

Choose a session format that best fits your presentation style and content.

  • Interactive Lecture - presenter offers a mix of lecture and engagement that has attendees interacting with the presenter and/or fellow audience members
  • Lecture - presenter provides an informative demonstration of their use of the technology along with examples and recommendations to prepare attendees to use what has been shared
  • BYOD - presenter leads a mini-workshop style learning experience that has attendees actively engaged and using their own personal digital applications and devices (if attendees require install/set up of an app, account or tool prior to your session, please include this in session description)

3. Choose A Strand

Select a session strand from one of the following four areas:

  • Case Studies - session shares how Google applications have impacted student learning ​- presenters reflect upon successes and ​challenges of implementing a program or initiative
  • Classroom Integration - session features a lesson, practice, or instructional model that integrates Google applications
  • Elementary Classroom Integration - session spotlights a K-5 specific lesson, practice or instructional model that integrates Google applications
  • Productivity - session offers examples of how Google applications can help to manage workflow, increase efficiency and/or streamline a process or task
  • Technical - session is of interest to technology support staff - can focus on hardware, infrastructure, device or app management, integration, best practices or other innovations that relate to supporting school districts in using Google tools and services
  • Vendor - session features specific products and/or services available from registered conference exhibitors ONLY

4. Complete Your Proposal

Submit your online proposal. Be sure to:

  • Include the purpose and objectives of the session
  • Outline the content covered and the process for engaging participants fully
  • Know and understand your format structure
  • Include how your topic relates to Google tools/products
  • Complete an application form for EACH proposed session
  • Submit your proposal by January 14, 2019

5. Check Your Email

    • Submitters will be notified if their session was selected by February 1, 2019. Presenters will need to bring their own laptop, Chromebook, etc. and the necessary adapter to connect to an LCD projector.
    • ITIP Ohio is pleased to provide each accepted proposal one complimentary conference registration.