* 1. Lead Presenter Information

* 2. Co-Presenter Information

Workshop Session Content & Scheduling
•All workshops are noncommercial and not promotional opportunities. Presenter(s) will not solicit any business or promote products or services during the workshop session.
•Workshop sessions are 1.5 hours in length.
•All presenters must have a MOPD ID (www.mopdid.org).
•Each session must have at least one Core Competency statement (Core Competencies)
•The committee reserves the right to modify titles and descriptions to meet the needs of the PDI program brochure.
•Proposals should be submitted by September 15, 2017. Late submissions will be placed on a waiting list.
•Presenters must be available to be scheduled on each of the 3 days if necessary. We may not be able to accommodate specific requests for workshop time slots.

Workshop Materials and Supplies
•All handouts and materials will be provided by presenter for capacity of the workshop room.
•A conference app will be available (e.g., EventMobi) for presenters to post presentations and handouts to minimize the need to copy and distribute paper at the conference.
•If presenters choose to distribute paper copies, they should plan to supply at least a minimum of 30 copies of handouts for each session.

Communication
•Only the lead presenter will be contacted by the committee.
•It is the sole responsibility of the main presenter to communicate any pertinent workshop information and/or conference updates directly to co-presenters and/or panel members.

Audio/Visual Equipment
•Only LCD projectors, power strips, and screens will be provided in each room.
•Computer equipment and additional audio visual equipment are the responsibility of the presenters. Presenters must provide their own laptops, DVD players, CD players , speakers, flip charts/makers, etc.

Travel and Other Conference Related Costs
•All presenters will be required to register for the PDI if you plan to attend the conference beyond your presentation.
•Lead presenters will receive a $75 discount off of the registration rate. Presenters will be sent a special registration link once their proposal has been reviewed. Presenters that submit their proposals by the "early bird" registration deadline will be given an additional week past the normal expiration date to register at the early bird rates.
•Any presenter who attends just to do their presentation may choose not to register for the conference (thereby waiving the presenter discount). He/she will receive one meal ticket for the day of the presentation, if a meal is served that day.
•Travel, lodging, materials, and other conference related costs will be covered by the presenter.

Other
•I understand that not abiding by the above guidelines will jeopardize my standing as a presenter for this conference as well as future MOSAC² or MASN events.

* 3. I have read and understand the parameters outlined above.

* 4. Session/Workshop Title

* 5. Short Description of Session/Workshop (30 words or less) which will appear in the conference program information

* 6. Please list your session/workshop objectives (please list up to 3 objectives)

* 7. Please select the topic that best describes your proposed session:

* 8. Please list the Core Competencies that will be covered in this session (e.g., 4.1.2.b).

See the additional information in the following link for instructions on the numbering system used in the Kansas and Missouri Core Competencies for Early Childhood and Youth Development Professionals. (http://moafterschool.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/RFP-Selecting-Core-Competencies.pdf).

* 9. How will you engage your audience?

* 10. Target audience for this session/workshop

* 11. This session/workshop would apply most to staff that work with ...

* 12. Method of Instruction

* 13. Room set-up preference

* 14. Are you willing to repeat this session?

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