Proposal Limits and Criteria

Limits on Participation
Regardless of session format, an individual may serve as lead presenter for no more than one session and may appear no more than twice on the program. Lead presenters must personally certify that all co-presenters have confirmed their willingness to participate. All presenters and co-presenters must be registered and attend the conference in order to be included in the program.

Resources to Consider when Preparing a Proposal 

For all sessions except the syllabus share and innovations showcase, SSMA will provide a screen and digital projector for each room. No other equipment will be provided by SSMA.

Review Criteria
Clarity of the Proposal – To what degree is the proposal clearly written?
Relevance to SSMA’s Mission and Goals – To what degree is the proposal topic relevant to SSMA’s mission and goals?
Presentation Outcomes – To what degree are the presentation outcomes clearly stated and appropriate for the proposed session?
Presentation Organization – To what degree does the proposal make clear how the time during the session will be allocated?
If you have questions about the proposal process or the presentation schedule, please contact:  Margaret Mohr-Schroeder, Program Co-Chair and the Department of STEM Education at the University of Kentucky at ssma2017convention@gmail