Oregon Civics Conference Workshop Proposals

 

We are no longer accepting workshop proposals for the 2020 Oregon Civics Conference.

 

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