Workshops - EdRev Expo 2018

Workshops

Workshops

Call for Presenters

EdRev Expo 2018 will feature approximately 21 workshops on topics related to learning and attention issues, and the anxiety and depression which often accompany them.

Workshops are 60 minutes long including Q&A time. We expect audiences of 30-40, 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.

Organizations are limited to a maximum of 1 workshop submission each. 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.

Deadline: Feb 2, 2018. Even though the deadline has passed, we encourage you to submit a workshop proposal. Plans of presenters can change unexpectedly, so there may be an opportunity for a workshop beyond the Feb. 2 deadline.

Workshop Strands

All workshop 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

We look forward to receiving your proposal. For more information please contact Cindy Lopez (clopez@chconline.org).


Submit your proposal here:

Deadline: Feb 2, 2018. Even though the deadline has passed, we encourage you to submit a workshop proposal. Plans of presenters can change unexpectedly, so there may be an opportunity for a workshop beyond the Feb. 2 deadline.