OSII – Presenters

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Deadline for Proposal Submission:  September 30, 2019

The Ohio School Improvement Institute is a premier educator conference that
showcases research-based best practices in Ohio schools. Schools and education
organizations are encouraged to submit a proposal to share a best practice and/or
their expertise in a 50-minute presentation during the 2-day conference.

  • Breakout sessions will be held in the 2nd and 3rd floor hotel meeting rooms.
  • The hotel will provide an LCD projector, remote control, and AV table.
  • A facilitator will be assigned to your session to assist with handouts, AV
    needs, etc.
  • Two presenters per session will be eligible for a discounted registration
    rate.
    Presenters Responsibilities:
  • Bring computer adapter cords, including a MAC adapter if using a MacIntosh
    computer.
  • Bring portable speakers if your presentation requires sound.

Suggested Topics for Breakout Sessions

Below is a list of suggested presentation topics. Other pertinent topics will
also be considered.

* ACT Testing and Support
* Advisor/Advisee Program
* Bridging PBIS and Trauma-Informed Care
* Career and College Readiness
* Career Pathways
* College Credit Plus
* Compassion Fatigue
* Computer Science Model Curricula
* Co-Teaching
* Creative Scheduling
* Credit Flexibility
* Extra Help
* Grading Practices
* HSTW/MMGW & Other Initiative Integration
* Literacy Across the Curriculum
* Middle Grades Career Connection
* Ohio Assessment
* Project-based Learning
Reading Recovery
Reducing HS/MS Remediation
Reducing Non-Academic Barriers
Resilience
Rigorous Instruction
School and Community-Working Together
Self-Reflection
Service Learning
* STEM Education K-12
Student Engagement
* Supporting SEL K-12
Teacher Collaboration
*  Teacher Leadership
Teacher Self-Care
Teaching to the Whole Child
* Transitions from ES to MS
Using Technology for Learning
Work-based Learning