Invitation to Present

The CTAT Winter Conference invites you to share in our efforts to provide timely, thought enriching presentations to equip CTE leaders with knowledge, resources and solutions to advance student learning.

DEADLINE to submit presentations is TBD.

Email mark@ctat.org if you have questions about presenting at CTAT Winter 2021.

Conference Strands

There are several categories for presentations. Selection will not be limited to these categories.

  • Data and Accountability

  • Integrating Credentials and Assessments

  • Structure and Support for Dual Credit, Articulation

  • Effective Teaching Strategies, Growing Teacher Leaders

  • Health Science

  • Funding and Budgeting

  • Implementing New Programs

  • Instructional Innovation and Technology

  • Making the Most of Industry Partnerships

  • Work-Based Learning Best-Practices

  • Leadership Topics

*Note to Exhibitors:

An exhibitor contract for applicable packages must accompany the submission form in order to be eligible for a presentation slot. There are a limited number of presentation slots for the conference and will be filed on a first-come, first-served basis. An exhibitor submission will not be accepted without an accompanying exhibitor contract.

 

Contact Leslie Froeschle, leslie@ctat.org, if you have any questions.

Selection Process

Any individual with experience in career and technical education, workforce development and business/industry are welcome to submit a presentation.

All proposals are carefully reviewed and selected by a committee of CTAT members. Presentations will be chosen based on current relevant need and interest for CTAT Winter attendees. Applicants will receive acceptance or regret notifications TBD.
 
Presenters are expected to provide an electronic copy of their presentation/handouts prior to the event to be published on the conference mobile app.

Session Details

Presentation sessions are 60-minutes. Handouts and interaction among attendees is encouraged. Be prepared to share proven strategies and best practices from personal experience and research. Projectors are provided, but presenters must have a laptop to setup the presentation.