When a state or regional conference puts out their call for proposals, send the proposal information to PLS. The sessions we submit are ‘stealth’ workshops, where we are not trying to sell (or even mention) CPM but rather helping teachers to consider other ways, besides traditional, of presenting material. Ask them to fill out the form and submit a proposal (or more than one). The Conference folder in Intranet (Professional Learning Resources) has a list of approved conference sessions. Have them notify you as soon as they find out if their proposal has been accepted or not. If you are attending the conference, ask them to list you as a co-speaker which would allow you to cover the session if the PLS is unable to attend. Choose PLS that are “local” to the site of the conference. For a state math conference, no more than five or six sessions is appropriate.
Also complete the google form “Publicity for CPM Sessions at Upcoming Conferences” found in the intranet.
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