Best Practices Sessions
August 2, 2021 | Oklahoma City Convention Center
This is your time to toot your horn and shine! The Best Practice sessions are designed to highlight current programming within the Oklahoma CareerTech system. We want to highlight the innovative programs happening right here in Oklahoma! These sessions are limited! Submit your application today!
Best Practices Sessions are:
will have capabilities to support the use of technology (computer, screen, microphone)
Number of participants for these sessions will vary based on room availability and CDC guidelines. If you session can only serve a limited amount of participants, please include that information in your session description.
Presentation Synopsis (250 words)
This is the short description of the presentation that will appear on the Oklahoma Summit Conference website and on the Oklahoma Summit App. All descriptions are subject to change at the discretion of conference staff.
To aid applicants in completing the presentation synopsis section found in the call for presenter’s application, examples of workshop descriptions are given below.
The World Wide Web has fundamentally changed the lives of children more than any innovation in history. The pervasiveness of portable internet enabled devices opens a world of opportunity to people and offers us great hope for communication, learning, and commerce. However, there are serious risks associated with the online world. Many parents and schools have unknowingly placed their children in harm’s way. This presentation is aimed at informing adults of the risks associated with children’s online activity.
A critical part of classroom management is the implementation of corrective consequences. For corrective consequences to reduce or eliminate purposeful or habitual misbehavior, they must be implemented consistently. When consequences are implemented only some of the time, the consequence, no matter how severe is not likely to change the behavior. In fact, it may even make things worse. This session will provide tips for implementing consequences.
Each presentation proposal will be reviewed and evaluated by the Oklahoma Summit planning committee to determine the selection. Proposals will be reviewed for:
Clarity of proposal
Adherence to proposal submission instructions
Promotion of Best Practices in their area
Quality of proposed session’s content and the potential for engaging participants in meaningful discussion through experiential learning techniques
Format, organization, length and session type
Note: Presenters are not allowed to promote their products and services during their session. If you are interested in promoting your products and services, apply to exhibit. The exhibitor applications are available on the Oklahoma Exhibitors page.
All applicants will be advised electronically regarding the status of their presentation proposal no later than early June 2021.
Before You Apply
Before starting the application it is handy to have the following information available.
If you have multiple presenters for one session, you need the following for each presenter: name, title, organization, address, phone number, email address, bio (150 word maximum).
If you have multiple presenters for one session, assign one of the presenters as lead. Complete the lead presenters information under Presenter 1 Information of the application.
Before submitting a proposal, be sure that all presenters are available to present on August 2, 2021. Proposals must be submitted electronically using the Best Practices submission form no later than May 31, 2021 at noon. Handwritten, faxed or incomplete proposals will not be reviewed or accepted. Any questions regarding this Call for Presenters or the process should be directed to Dazsa Carter, .