Do have a great classroom activity you’d like to share with colleagues? Have you been considering presenting at a local or regional conference, but have questions about how to go about it? Join us for our “Presentation 101” evening workshop to learn more about how to give a successful and effective presentation!
We’ll provide dinner as well as an agenda focused on learning about best practices in conference presentations. The workshop will include information specific to two upcoming opportunities for presentations, the Teacher to Teacher Climate Change Conference (June 28, 2016 at Towson University) and the NSTA Regional Conference (October 5-7, 2017 in Baltimore) as well as address issues relevant to presenting at any regional, local or professional conference. You’ll gain the following from attending the workshop:
- Learn about the hallmarks of effective conference presentations
- Confidence in presenting your ideas
- Information on how to write a compelling abstract
- Information on how presenting at conferences can support your own professional learning
- Increased understanding of the abstract review process
- Opportunities to brainstorm with colleagues and facilitators on presentation topics and design
Who: Anyone interested in learning more about presenting at professional conferences. Open to novice and experienced presenters.
When: Wednesday, January 4th from 5:00 – 7:30 pm (if canceled due to weather, make-up date is Tuesday, January 10th)
Where: Towson University’s main campus (8000 York Road, Towson, MD, 21252)
How: Register here. Registration deadline is extended until last few seats are filled.
Cost: Registration fee includes dinner and parking.
- $15 MAST Members
- $30 for non-members (includes one year MAST membership)
Participants are encouraged to bring their own device to be used during a brainstorming session. Parking and room details will be emailed after participants register.