Thank you for your interest in presenting at FETC® 2020.
The Future of Education Technology Conference brings together a collaborative community of educational leaders and technology experts to exchange techniques and empower participants with strategies for teaching and learning success. FETC® invites education technology professionals representing all levels, content areas and specialties, as well as industry and technology experts, to submit an application to present. By sharing your successful practices that transform learning for all students, you can help inspire and encourage other administrators, educators, information technologists and executives to creatively deploy technologies and expand the possibilities of learning through educational technology.
FETC® attendees represent all 50 states and over 40 countries. Our attendees have varied professional roles in education, but all are educational technology leaders: administrators, IT directors, instructional designers, academic computing professionals, media specialists, technology integration specialists, edtech and instructional coaches, tech-savvy faculty, and others charged with technology implementations on campuses, districts and states.
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When submitting an application to present, please identify which of the following tracks best fits your proposal. Our Program Selection Committee will evaluate proposals in all tracks based on their value and relevance.
Future of EdTech Administrator: This track offers sessions dynamically designed for superintendents, assistant superintendents, district administrators, state education leaders, chief academic officers, principals, innovation directors, facilities management directors, finance directors and virtual school leadership.
FETC is accepting applications for all of the session formats described below. You will be required to select the preferred session type, and then be given the opportunity to indicate alternate session types that you would consider for the proposed presentation.
Keynotes: Keynotes provide an opportunity for all conference attendees to gather together to learn from high-profile speakers who engage attendees on important topics and content that are reflective of the prevailing themes of the conference. These highly regarded professionals are passionate about sharing their expertise with audiences.
MEGA Sessions: These sessions provide the FETC audience with the most relevant and emerging educational technology topics and most popular speakers. These sessions are held in rooms double the size of concurrent sessions and draw 500 or more attendees.
Concurrent Sessions: FETC Concurrent sessions are 40 minutes or 60 minutes sessions held in rooms set in theater style for up to 200 attendees. Attendees will have variety of session topics to choose from, presented by experts and innovators who are making a difference across the PK-12 education spectrum. They'll share best practices, innovative ideas, leadership strategies and provide valuable perspectives and solutions to challenging edtech problems.
STEM Theater Presentations: Attendees learn how to implement STEM content from education experts and representatives of award-winning schools across the country in these 30-minute sessions in a theater built in the Exhibit Hall. The FETC STEM Excellence Award winners and STEM experts will share their lessons and discuss the best tools and techniques for these innovative programs!
Skill Builders Sessions: These thirty-minute sessions held in mini-theaters help attendees learn a skill to take back to their districts! Attendees participate in 30-minute hands-on demonstration sessions to learn “How To…” skills to take back to their classrooms and use right away!
Workshops: FETC workshops are deep dive, hands-on professional learning activities designed to give attendees new skills and strategies in educational technology. Workshops are offered in 2-hour lengths only. They are offered in computer labs (PC laptops, MAC or iPad) or BYOD. Workshops require attendees to pay an additional fee to participate. Workshop presenters are expected to develop effective hands-on activities to ensure the workshop attendee the best professional development opportunity.
Special Events: There are several professional development learning opportunities at FETC that engage attendees in alternative presentations. These include, but are not limited to orientation sessions, certification testing, academies, summits, computer science firehose, mobile mega share, New @FETC, school tours and fieldtrips.
FETC® is pleased to provide a complimentary conference registration to all of the accepted lead presenters (one per session). If you are invited to present, you will be directed to a Presenter Registration Portal. All co-presenters MUST pay a discounted rate for the conference registration at the Co-Presenter Registration Portal.
ALL Communications will be sent to the primary email address you will provide in the application. It is important that you provide an email address that you access year-round and does not block FETC® emails. We recommend a personal email and not a school email if you do not control the spam filter.
The information gathered during this process will be used to prepare the program, website, signs, and the mobile app. Please be sure that the information you provide is complete and accurate:
Please use a personal e-mail address for the Presenter.
Call for Presentations Closes: April 30, 2019
Submission Review Period: May – July, 2019
Invitations to Present Issued: August 2019
FETC 2020: January 14-17, 2020 at Miami Beach Convention Center
Each proposal undergoes a process of review and evaluation by the FETC® Advisory Board and the Program Selection Committee who use the following examination criteria:
Questions About Your Submission? If you have any questions, please contact:
Jennifer Womble, Program Chair, Future of Education Technology Conference
NOTE: With the high volume of submissions we receive, expect to be notified of the status of your submission in August 2019.
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