PRESENTATION PROPOSALS are requested to further sustain programmatic, classroom and student achievement through professional leadership, postsecondary readiness, new technology, career pathways, best practices, enhanced life skills or successful partnerships. The 2024 Summer Program Planning Committee seeks to highlight and share proven examples of CTE’s impact on students, schools and communities, as well as innovations, technology applications and curriculum. Proposals must identify one or more of the 12 High Quality CTE Standards.
PROPOSALS will be welcomed for 50-minute, 1.5- or 3-hour sessions. Proposals may suggest more than one topic within a time period to share ideas, suggestions or practices with colleagues in a concise manner, allowing attendees to obtain valuable techniques or skills in a short timeframe.
Please note, according to Galt House Policy, high voltage machinery, open flames, hot plates, and convection burners are not allowed in the meeting rooms. All proposals incorporating equipment demonstrations must be approved by the Galt House or located off site.
ALL PROPOSALS must be submitted online only. Accepted proposals will be acknowledged in mid-April 2024.
Proposals are due on February 2, 2024