Getting Your Conference Presentation Proposal Approved!

Education conferences, both small and large, happen year-round and all across the country.   In fact, FETC is accepting proposals as we speak.  If you are an educator looking to share your expertise and build your personal brand, submitting proposals to speak at conferences can be a great boost.  But what can you do to make sure that your proposal stands out above all of the others?

1.  Title and tagline.  Make your title something catchy. No more 5 tips for this, 3 tips for that.  How about, "The best kept secrets of successful math teachers?" Or, "How I completely screwed up genius hour in my class." Check this out for more ideas.

2.  Topic.  Make your topic something unique, but something you're also passionate about.  If you aren't passionate about it, that will come through in your pitch.  Also, make absolutely sure it aligns with the conference goals and audience.

3.  Choose your conferences wisely.  Try applying for local conferences where you may ha…

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