Making Schools Work Conference Presenters

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Presenters

The Making Schools Work Conference features over 400 innovative, inspirational sessions led by educators like you that go to the heart of pressing educational challenges, such as ensuring equitable access to quality learning and addressing the effects of poverty.

Our conference sessions feature classroom-tested tools and strategies that can be used right away to transform teaching and learning. Promising practices like yours are the reason school teams return to SREB’s summer conferences again and again!

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Session Information

Making Schools Work Conference sessions focus on transforming teaching and learning in every discipline, at every level – from K-12 through postsecondary education.

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Session Handouts

Visit our Presenter Service Center on eShow to upload any handouts, presentations, documents or links you would like attendees to access. We recommend converting PowerPoint presentations to PDF and attaching all documents in PDF format. You may upload up to five documents or links per session. Do not upload copyrighted materials. Uploads are limited to 25.6MB.

To login, use the email address and password that were emailed to you with your proposal acceptance and confirmation of your session’s date, time and location.

Access the Presenter Service Center

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Presenter Service Center

Was your session accepted for the 2020 Making Schools Work Conference? Visit our Presenter Service Center on eShow to review your session information, update your presenter profile, upload handouts for your session, review our Presenter FAQ and complete our Presenter Checklist.

To login, please use the email address and password that were emailed to you with your proposal acceptance and confirmation of your session’s date, time and location.

Access the Presenter Service Center

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Presenter Login

We’ve launched a new event management system to make presenting at the Making Schools Work Conference even easier. Please note that the proposal submission system is now closed. It will reopen for the 2021 Conference in Nashville in July-August, 2020.

Ready to submit a new proposal? Need to revise an existing proposal?

Visit our proposal system

Visit our service center