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Thank you for your willingness to submit a proposal for consideration as a workshop presentation at the Infant and Early Childhood Conference. Read the entire page for additional information about the process.
The Steps for Submitting a Proposal are as Follows:
- Review the “General Submission Guidelines” listed at the bottom of this page.
- Enter your email in the field below. On the next screen, you will enter a password. Keep a record of this information. In the event your proposal is included, you will return to this presenter login page several times before the conference.
- Complete the online form. Once you have successfully submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation email.
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General Submission Guidelines
- Presentations are designed for all levels of experience - from fundamental to intermediate to advanced topics.
- Proposals should clearly indicate the age group the information will focus on i.e. birth to three, preschool, school-age OR all.
- Proposals submitted in languages other than English will not be considered.
- Proposals should be checked for spelling and grammar.
- Proposals must be non-sales or marketing orientated.
- There are no fees required to submit a proposal.
- ECDAW membership is not a requirement for submitting.
In General, IECC Does Not Pay Per Diem, Honoraria, or Reimburse Expenses:
- In lieu of payment, IECC offers (per accepted workshop) one main presenter per session two-day complimentary registration for the conference which includes lunch. A maximum of two additional co-presenters per session can register at special discounted rates. Regular rates apply for the third or subsequent co-presenters per session. One validated parking ticket per session is available. This benefit is non-transferrable.
- In addition, per accepted workshop, the presenter (or the presenter’s agency) will receive one complimentary exhibit table in the Exhibition Hall (if desired.) IECC Conference Policy strictly prohibits the promotion/sale of specific products and/or services during sessions. If accepted, you will register for the Exhibition Hall space at a later date.
- Presenters are able to charge a materials fee. The proposal description should clearly state what participants will receive in exchange for the fee i.e. books, training CD, handouts, and etc.
- As you plan the details of your presentation, please consider our purpose (below.)
- Other themes to consider are birth through age eight development, mental health and relationship issues, cultural diversity, father involvement, accountability, school readiness, transitions, and relevant research supporting your information.
- Consider how your presentation strategy and content promotes participants’ growth in their work with all children, including those with disabilities, their families and within the early learning community.
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- Provide high-quality education opportunities for professionals and parents;
- Challenge thinking about diversity and disability;
- Increase family and provider effectiveness through new skills, strategies and ideas for providing high quality services;
- Enhance understanding of the unique strengths and needs of each family;
- Foster partnerships across families, disciplines, agencies and sponsors to provide coordinated services in local communities;
- Promote networking and coalition building around early childhood issues;
- Enhance the lives of children and families through the use of information and technology;
- Promote evidenced based practices in early childhood; and
- Promote the mutual understanding of the contributions families and providers bring to the lives of young children.