Oregon Civics Conference Workshop Proposals

Please check back in Spring 2021 for information on submitting workshop proposals.

Requirements for Submitting an Oregon Civics Conference Workshop Proposal:

  • You must have previously attended the Oregon Civics Conference as a Civic Scholar
  • You must be a Civics Educator in Oregon
  • You must fully complete the submission form
  • Try to connect your workshop to this year’s theme: Community, Collaboration, Courage
  • All workshops are approx. 70 minutes so your proposal should fit into that time period


Workshop Proposal Timeline:

  • June 1, 2021 – Submissions open
  • August 31, 2021 – Submissions close
  • September 2021 – We will notify all proposal submitters as to whether they are accepted to present
  • October 1, 2021 – Presenters are notified of the time-slot and location of their workshop and provided presenter details and information
  • November 1, 2021 – Presenters finalize any AV or materials needs they have for their workshop
  • November 15, 2021 – the Conference App will go live with your workshop details in it
  • December 4, 2021 – Oregon Civics Conference for Teachers 2020: Community, Collaboration, Courage


Items / Info you will want to prepare to complete the Workshop Proposal Form:

  • Names of up to 4 co-presenters
  • Presenter contact information
  • Any accessibility needs for presenters
  • Presenter school & brief teaching history
  • Presenter(s) connection(s) to Classroom Law Project and our resources
  • Type of workshop (classroom strategies, content lessons, panel discussion, etc.)
  • Title of Workshop
  • How your workshop connects to the 2021 Civics Conference Theme
  • Brief Description of your workshop (for publication) – no more than 100 words
  • Description of materials you plan to use
  • More in-depth design of what you plan to to do in your workshop
  • Any other information you need us to know