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2019 MnAEYC-MnSACA
Annual State Conference

Call for Presenters

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the timeline for submitting and selecting presentations?

We will accept presentation proposals until Sunday, July 23rd.  Accepted presenters will be notified in early to mid-September.

 

Who can submit a proposal?

Everyone is encouraged to submit a proposal. Submissions are open to the public, regardless of membership status or previous roles within the community. In particular, individuals and organizations that have not presented previously at a MnAEYC-MnSACA event and those from underrepresented communities and perspectives are encouraged to participate.

 

Who attends the MnAEYC-MnSACA Annual State Conference?

The MnAEYC-MnSACA Annual State Conference is unique in the country. We bring together professionals in both the fields of early childhood and afterschool. We see value in creating space for professionals from two different fields, but serving the same children, to come together to ensure a continuum of care and education that benefits the children and families we serve.

  • Early childhood participants are those working primarily in child care centers, Head Start, and school district early learning programs.
  •  Afterschool participants are those working primarily in before/afterschool and summer programs in school districts.

 

Besides the bragging rights of presenting at the Minnesota’s largest gathering of early childhood and school-age professionals – why should I apply to present or facilitate?

 

Benefits of presenting at the MnAEYC-MnSACA Conference include:

  • Opportunity to present at a statewide event with nearly 1,000 attendees.
  • Enhance your credibility and stature in the field.
  • Contribute to your community’s expertise by presenting cutting-edge best practices and education.
  • Challenge yourself in a new way.

Where can I find additional information on the knowledge and competencies?

What do the "intended audience experience levels" mean?

  New to the Field:

  • Participants possess the knowledge and skills expected of someone with limited experience in the field.

   Intermediate in the Field:

  • Participants are practitioners who can apply knowledge and information

   Experienced in the Field:

  • Participants are seasoned practitioners who can apply knowledge and information in increasingly nuanced ways.

What is a Workshop Session?

Workshop sessions are the traditional 90-minute session and can be offered in a variety of formats from traditional classroom lecture to hands-on activity.

 

What is an Action Session?

Formerly known as a Power Session, Action Sessions are highly interactive, engaging and action oriented.  Using a shorter, more condensed format, Action sessions are designed to be high impact and empower participants with tools, information, and/or motivation that they can use immediately.

 

When will Action Sessions take place?

Actions sessions will be scheduled in 45 minute blocks in the afternoon.

 

How will the Workshop and Action Session rooms be set-up?

While most rooms will be set-up classroom style with chairs and long tables, a small number of rooms will be set-up theater style with chairs only.  Depending on demand and availability, there may be a room set-up with round tables and chairs.  Presenters should not rely on their stated set-up preference unless they receive explicit confirmation from MnAEYC-MnSACA.

 

Submit a proposal today! 

                                                                        
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