Proposed Session

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Workshops are 55 min presentations, Short courses are 115 minute sessions, Playgrounds include several come-and-go stations, STAT Chats are TED style 15-20 minute talks

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Mini - Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Pat May Center
HEB ISD
1849 B Central Drive
Bedford TX 76022

Proposal Deadline: December 6, 2019

Complimentary conference registration for presenters (only the main presenter and one co-presenter will receive complimentary registration). Please delay your registration until your session has been accepted.
Presenter Information MUST be submitted electronically through this form. Only one proposal per submission. You will see a link to submit additional proposals after you have completed this form.

We want to provide more presentation options this year. The 4 options to consider are Workshops, Short courses, Playgrounds, and STAT Chats. A Workshop is the traditional 55 minute presentation to an audience, either in a classroom, lab room or computer lab. Short courses are 115 minute sessions to provide extended time for implementation of the learning. Playgrounds will be 55 minute sessions in a room with several come-and-go stations involving manipulatives, demonstrations, or opportunities to explore tools and equipment. STAT Chats are TED style 15-20 minute talks staged in a more informal setting. We hope these options will encourage more teachers to share their expertise with their peers!