Greetings from the CSTANE 2021 (Computer Science Teacher Association New England regional conference) proposals committee.
We are excited to announce our upcoming CSTA New England Regional Conference on Saturday, October 16th. With COVID-19 taking its sweet time moving along, we are planning for a 100% virtual conference using the Hopin Platform. We have learned a lot about virtual conferences over the last 18 months and are confident this will be an engaging, fun, and educational opportunity for all of our presenters and participants. In addition to invited keynote presentations and state CS panel, we anticipate exhibitors and a full slate of innovative and stimulating presentations.
This year’s theme is Innovation. Attendees will be exposed to innovations in the ever-expanding field of computer science and its impacts on education, industry, and the world. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with experts in the field, and discuss concerns, ask questions and share their own innovative ideas.
We are looking for seasoned and brand-new presenters. If you’ve got a great idea to share, and are willing to try to make it engaging and informative, please complete the Request for Proposals form by Monday, May 24th. We anticipate contacting all who submitted a proposal by June 28th.
Session variety includes 15-minute flash talks, 30-minute topic discussion, and 60-minute sessions. We hope you will make these as interactive with conference participants as possible as well as connecting to our conference theme of “Innovation!”.
Should you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Tate, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to your presentation ideas!!