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* 1. Session Title

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* 2. Session description (250 words or less)

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* 3. Do you have prior experience presenting this session or related material?

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* 4. Please name one event or conference and location at which you have presented this in the last two years.

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* 5. Please provide at least two learning outcomes that you will be able to see and/or hear participants being able to do as a result of attending this session. You may refer to Bloom's Taxonomy of Measurable Verbs for guidance. As a result of attending this session, participants will be able to:

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* 6. We encourage you to have at least one interactive activity per learning outcome as referenced in question #5. Please indicate what engagement activities you plan to use. Some suggestions include small breakout groups, story-telling, technology apps like Mentimeter, etc.

Note: PowerPoint should not be your exclusive engagement tool.

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* 7. Research shows that adult learners get the most out of sessions when they have connected to the topic or material being presented in an emotional way. We call this the emotional hook. Sometimes it is a question that is posed at the very beginning that captures their attention and pulls them in by allowing them to relate to the topic at hand in a novel way.

Please describe your hook and how you plan to ensure participants connect to your presentation on an emotional level right from the start.

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* 8. Who is your target audience? (Check all that apply) This will help us determine conference tracks.

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* 9. Please provide any additional information about your target audience. (100 word maximum)

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* 10. How much prior knowledge is needed to make your session applicable to participants?

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* 11. Which of these twelve nonprofit principles applies to your presentation? Please rank your top 3.

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* 12. What meeting room set up is best suited for your presentation? Each room is typically set with round tables of 8 chairs. We will consider alternate room configurations based on session scheduling, timing, and meeting room availability.

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* 13. Is there anything else you’d like to add about your session for the committee’s consideration?

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