Call for Presenters
Share Your Passion for STEAM With Your Peers
It all starts with a thought, a spark of innovation, or a wicked cool idea. Inspiring today's students to integrate design and creativity, with science, technology, engineering, helps develop critical thinking skills and the fearlessness of ingenuity. Educators and STEAM professionals are invited to share their expertise and best practices at this annual conference for K-12 educators.
Presenters can consist of educators from elementary, middle, high school and higher education institutions, as well as professionals from any STEAM industry.
Session Categories/ Descriptions:
Conference Sessions (August 5, 2018) @ Hilbert College
Educators from any P-16 institution, and STEAM Professionals, are invited to submit a proposal to facilitate a 50-minute session at the STEAM Conference. Presentation sessions will be held in classrooms that are equipped with WiFi, and a projector/ screen. Each session will have approximately 15-30 participants.
Vendors/ Sponsors who have been approved to participate in the STEAM Conference are invited to submit a proposal to facilitate a 50 minute session at the STEAM Conference. Presentation sessions will be held in classrooms that are equipped with WiFi, and a projector/ screen. Each session will have approximately 15-30 participants.
Educator Poster Session:
Educators from any P-16 institution, and STEAM Professionals, are invited to submit a proposal to facilitate a 50-minute poster session. Poster sessions will take place in a common room. Presenters will be provided a table, power (if needed) and board to hang materials.
Presenters are required to submit a title and brief description of their intended session for approval. Submission should be completed by February 28, 2019 through the form link below. Topics for presentations can cover any aspect of STEAM education. Presentation proposals are welcome from educators of all subject areas and grade levels; however, presentations must be connected to an aspect of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). For example, a social studies teacher utilizing technology to flip their classroom, could present on the "flipped classroom." Or an ELA teacher using iPads to record digital video, could present on Digital Video and iPads.
The Call for Proposals will end on April 15, 2019. All proposals will be reviewed by the WNY STEAM Conference Planning Committee. Selected presenters will be notified on or about May 1, 2019. Please send any questions to Eric Yarwood: email@example.com
Please review the presentation rubric to the left before submitting a presentation. Then follow this link to submit your presentation.