Call for Presenters

Written by Kathryn Blunt on . Posted in #UCET17, #ucet4success, 2017 Conference

We want you to present at the 2017 UCET conference!

Presenter registration is live! Click HERE to submit a presentation proposal now.

Presenters are needed for the 2017 Utah Coalition for Educational Technology Conference. UCET is looking for presenters who are excited to share what they have learned about technology in education. We need people willing to present based on these selections:

  • Listen and Learn (One-way audience interaction)

     

    • Lecture: Hour-long traditional presentation
    • Panel: Hour-long presentation/discussion with moderator and 2-3 panelists
    • Over the Shoulder: 20-minute focus on specific solution, tool or content provider
    • Ignite!: Inspire teachers in 5 minutes and 20 images! (Not a vendor showcase)
  • Participate and Share (Moderate audience interaction)

     

    • Interactive Lecture: Hour-long presentation with some activities for audience participation
    • Student Showcase: Two-hour demonstration, 1:1 or small group interaction — Now part of the playground! All student showcases should be submitted as a Playground presentation (see below).
  • Explore and Create (Extensive audience interaction)

     

    • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device): Hour-long, hands-on learning
    • Workshops: 2-hour, in-depth exploration with limited enrollment
    • Playground: 2-hour interactive, open session with discussions, presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on activities

Please review the UCET 2017 Call for Presenters Submission Guide before submitting your proposal. The submission deadline is January 31, 2017. Questions? Contact ucetinfo@ucet.org.

Kathryn Blunt

Katie Blunt was the 2015-16 UCET President. She is also an Educational Technology Specialist for the Canyons School District where she is lead over the Canyons District Film Festival and PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs projects. Katie earned her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University and her Master's Degree in Instructional Design and Educational Technology from the University of Utah. Katie was the 2011 UCET Outstanding Young Educator of the year and the 2016 Canyons School District Student Support Professional of the Year.