"Never let a child risk failure until he has a reasonable chance of success."
     - Maria Montessori

Workshop Presenter Proposal



Anyone interested in submitting a proposal to present a workshop should complete the below form.

Annual Conference: January 7, 2017

Please enter presenter information below. We have provided space for two presenters but if you have additional presenters that should be listed please e-mail the information below to the committee chair, Martha Torrence, at after you have submitted your proposal.

We kindly ask that you carefully double check your information prior to submitting your proposal. Please pay close attention to spelling, grammar, and context.

Title of presentation (limited to 12 words).




Name of Presenter #1:
School:
Current Position:
Presenter's E-mail:
Phone:
Montessori credential:
Montessori training center:
Years as an educator:
Highest level of education:
Name of school/university of highest degree:
Field of study/Degree subject area:
Have you presented
in the past?
Yes     No
If yes, please list previous experience (50 characters).

Additional Montessori training (50 characters).

What experiences have prepared you to present this topic? (50 characters).


Please supply us with biographical information, beyond what has already been collected above, that will help create a more complete bio to share, that would be relevant to the topic you will be presenting.

Please limit to 50 words





Name of Presenter #2:
School:
Current Position:
Presenter's E-mail:
Phone:
Montessori credential:
Montessori training center:
Years as an educator:
Highest level of education:
Name of school/university of highest degree:
Field of study/Degree subject area:
Have you presented
in the past?
Yes     No
If yes, please list previous experience (50 characters).

Additional Montessori training (50 characters).

What experiences have prepared you to present this topic? (50 characters).


Please supply us with biographical information, beyond what has already been collected above, that will help create a more complete bio to share, that would be relevant to the topic you will be presenting.

Please limit to 50 words






Target Audience:


This workshop is primarily
focused towards the needs of:


Feedback from past registrants indicates that the more concise your presentation is to a certain teaching level the more positive the evaluations. If you feel your presentation might be applicable to another level, other than the one you chose above, please write us a brief explanation as to why below. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate this request if your workshop is chosen but we will open a dialogue with you as needed.

Please limit to 50 words





Please write an abstract for your presentation that includes three learner outcomes for the session. We kindly ask that you carefully double check your information prior to submitting your proposal. Please pay close attention to spelling, grammar, and context.

Please limit to 150 words





Anticipated number of registrants:
MSM suggests the presenters prepare for about 40 registrants per workshop. We are not able to guarantee this number however this is our average. Workshops have been known to reach 100 participants, and we run workshops with no minimum number of registrants. If you feel your workshop is best limited to a certain number please indicate that below and give us a brief explanation as to why. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate this request if your workshop is chosen but we will open a dialogue with you as needed.

Please limit to 50 words





AV needs:
Standard set-up in workshop rooms will be classroom style seating, with a head table or standing table lectern, projector and screen. Please indicate your speakers' consolidated AV needs below - beyond those provided in the standard room set-up. If you need special cabling for Mac computers, etc., please note this as a requirement.







You will be notified of the acceptance or non-acceptance of your proposal in November 2016.
Note that handouts are the responsibility of the presenter.
Thank you!