Panel Presentation: Pre-Formed Panel

You and two other co-panelists will arrange a 75-minute panel with Q&A.















For the text boxes, draft your answers in a document saved on your computer, then cut and paste the answers in the appropriate text boxes. This will prevent unexpected loss of data while using the online form. For the Full Proposal, prepare a document to be uploaded below.


Note: This should be the over-all panel title for the entire session. The three individual presentations will have their own titles and abstracts.







Should be suitable for publication in conference program with no other support material. This is the brief statement that will draw participants to your session, so make your abstract engaging and clear. (Maximum 100 words)










Should be suitable for publication in conference program with no other support material. This is the brief statement that will draw participants to your session, so make your abstract engaging and clear. (Maximum 100 words)










Should be suitable for publication in conference program with no other support material. This is the brief statement that will draw participants to your session, so make your abstract engaging and clear. (Maximum 100 words)


In your Full Proposal, please address the following:
1) Connect your over-all session to the Conference Theme: Teaching and Learning for a Civil Society
2) Describe your session. What will you (and co-facilitators) do? What will attendees do?
3) Why do you think your session is important to include in the 2017 iPed Conference program? What will attendees walk away with? How might the experience help them to improve their teaching in the coming year?

(Maximum 250 words. Only conference organizers will read the full proposal.)




Please choose the room arrangement that best suits your needs.







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