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The proposal submissions are in!

Thanks to everyone who submitted a proposal for K-12 Online! The submitted proposals have been forwarded on to conveners of each thread who will be working with their evaluation teams to notify submitters by October 6th about their proposal status. (Refer to the K-12 Online Conference Timeline for more dates.) Submissions were received from educators living in the following places on the planet:

Adelaide, South Australia, AUSTRALIA.
Cambridge, MA, USA
Camilla, GA
Chardon, Ohio, USAQ
Corona, CA USA
Delran, New Jersey, USA
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Edmond, Oklahoma USA
Encinitas, California, USA
Essex, UK
Fort Valley VA USA
Fort Washakie, WY USA
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Hull, UK
Irvine, CA
Jacksonville, Florida/ USA
Kenton, Ohio, USA
Lehigh Valley, PA
Lemoyne, PA, USA
Lexington, SC, USA
Liberty, Missouri USA
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Menlo Park, CA USA
Montreal QC Canada
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada
New York, New York, USA
North Olmsted, Ohio , USA
Oakland, California United States
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Philadelphia, PA
Pinson, AL USA
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Rock Hill, SC, USA
Scotland, UK
Seattle, WA, USA
Shanghai, China
Skokie, IL, USA
Snow Lake, MB. Canada
St. Clair Shores, MI
St. Francois Xavier, Manitoba, Canada
Stockton, NJ
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Toronto, Canada / New York, NY
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Trussville, Alabama, USA
Williamsburg, VA, USA
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

This conference is going to be great! 🙂

comments

  1. Brandi Caldwell

    I am very excited about this conference. I know how much I learn on a daily basis through reading blogs and listening to podcasts. This is the perfect answer for anyone who wants to learn more about how educators are using technology. The funny thing is that I have been in two different school systems and both have had their own sets of obstacles. I am sure that the info I have to share here will be common to many, and I look forward to getting feedback on how others have found creative ways to overcome those obstacles. Thanks for the nod, and I look forward to seeing what everyone has to share.

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