Call for Proposals

EdRev Expo 2019 will feature a variety of sessions on topics related to learning and attention issues, and the anxiety and depression which often accompany them.

Sessions can expect audiences including a mix of parents, students, educators and other professionals. We welcome proposals for a general audience or directed specifically to one of those audiences.

We are accepting proposals for two types of sessions: Workshops and Discussion Groups – see descriptions below.

The deadline for submitting a session proposal is January 31, 2019. We will make every effort to inform you of acceptance of the proposal by February 15, 2019. We may not be able to accommodate all proposals this year, but all will be filed for future reference, with the growth of this event in mind.

If you have questions, please email

Submit a Proposal

Workshop description:

Each workshop at the EdRev Expo is scheduled to be 60 minutes. Each session should also allow for about 15 minutes of Q&A with the audience. Once your proposal you know that your proposal has been accepted, you will be required to submit presentation slides via Microsoft Powerpoint. Please submit only one Workshop proposal /presenter or organization. If you are affiliated with an organization, business or company, you can reference that affiliation during the session, but it should not be a commercial for that organization, business or company.

If you are interested in being considered to present a workshop at the Expo 2019, please complete the form, noting that your session should be strongly aligned with one or more of the strands listed below.

Discussion Group description:

Each Discussion group at the EdRev Expo will be 30 minutes. If you are interested in being considered to facilitate a Discussion Group at the Expo 2019, please complete this form, noting how your Discussion group proposal should be strongly aligned with one of more of the strands listed below.

There is no presentation or slides required to facilitate a Discussion Group. The facilitator only needs to be prepared to guide the discussion on the topic and add expertise as appropriate.

Role of Facilitator:
The Discussion Group facilitator will guide the discussion on the accepted topic with a group of 10-12 participants. The facilitator should promote and help the discussion along, offering expertise when appropriate, but not take over the group. It is really meant to be a discussion with the participants offering their questions, comments, thoughts and ideas on the Discussion Group topic.

Session Strands

All session proposals should be aligned with one or more of these strands.

  • Learning: Structured literacy, curriculum areas such as math, written expression, reading comprehension, Executive Functioning, Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
  • Attention: Managing behavior, attention, medication, non-med interventions
  • Parenting & Advocacy: Tell your story, legislation, self care, managing behavior/homework
  • Research & Assessment: Psych-ed evaluations, brain science, research work and studies
  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL): Learning/Attention and Anxiety, Depression, SEL in the classroom, gratitude, resilience, grit, perseverance
  • Technology: Assistive tech for learning and attention
  • Health & Wellness: Yoga, mindfulness, nutrition, exercise
  • Transition: High school to college transition, college readiness, middle to high school transition; college to work

We look forward to receiving your proposal. For more information please contact

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