Member Login

2019 HASTI Program Proposals

  • February 17, 2019
  • February 19, 2019
  • Wyndham - Indianapolis West, Indiana

Registration

  • Active and Retired Teachers/Educators (and co-presenters) are invited to submit up to a maximum of two (2) proposals for consideration. Proposals should focus on the presenter's individual work and not offer any endorsements to specific products or services available on the market.
  • Exhibitor workshops provide an opportunity for exhibiting companies to promote and/or sell product and/or service. Such workshops are available only to those organizations that exhibit at the conference. Submit a maximum of two (2) proposals for consideration.
  • Non-profit Organizations and Government Agencies are invited to submit up to a maximum of two (2) proposals for consideration. Proposals should focus on resources that are freely available and do not have any fee attached for participants to be able to fully utilize said resource.
    Proposals focused on offering product(s) for sale, paid training or professional learning opportunities, supplements, or additional resources for a fee will need to be submitted as an Exhibitor Workshop
  • Science Consultants areinvitedto submit up to a maximum of two (2) proposals for consideration. Proposals should focus on the presenter's individual work and not promote use consultant's service or any fee-based materials.

Thank you for submitting a 2019 HASTI Conference program proposal. Additional information will be shared once the program committee meets to make room and time assignments.
Register

Submit a program/workshop proposal for the 2019 HASTI Annual Conference, February 17-19, 2019 at the Wyndham - Indianapolis West Conference Center.  The theme of the conference is: STEM - Science Teachers Expanding Minds!  Four strands are identified for this conference.

This year's strands include:

STEAM

Integrating Science and Engineering

Integrating Science and Math

Two vital components of STEM are science and math.  Math is the way that science is understood. Math is the language of science and the way data is collected and analyzed.  Math gives science concepts measurable, communicable data that shapes our science understanding.  They are natural pairs. Sessions under this strand will focus on partnering math and science concepts and lessons to help teachers integrate the subject areas.

Integration of Technology into Instruction 

Presentations in this strand will address ways to incorporate the use of technology into instruction in order to enhance instruction and improve learning.  Although the sessions may include the "how-to's" of using technology, the focus will be on the integration of technology to not only improve student engagement, but increase learning. 


New guidelines have been established for session proposals.  Read carefully the descriptions provided to determine what category to submit proposals.  Each presenter is limited to submitting a maximum of two  proposals.  


Deadline for submission is:  September 28, 2019.  Any proposal submitted after September 28 will be placed on a wait list.

  • Home
  • 2019 HASTI Program Proposals
©2017
"The Hoosier Association of Science Teachers , Inc" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software