JUNE 4-5, 2019 | NEAL S. BLAISDELL CENTER HONOLULU, HI

-$180 PER PERSON-

Call For Presenters

Aloha Mai Kākou! Weʻre looking for educators who would like to share and inspire others with their maikaʻi work at our Kamehameha Schools 11th Annual Education Technology Conference on Tuesday & Wednesday, June 4 & 5.

Our conference theme for this year is “Whatʻs Your Y?” ~ What is your “why” and and how do you use your “why” to engage, inspire and innovate?  We would love to take a peak into your classroom through the stories and work that youʻll share at our conference.  As we aspire to always place students at the center, we encourage you to invite your students to present their work and learning experiences.

Submission Information

  • Submission process opens: February 19, 2019
  • Submission process closes/deadline: April 14, 2010
  • To apply/submit proposals, please go to: http://bit.ly/Call19
  • Acceptance notifications sent out to applicants: By April 21, 2019
  • Upon evaluation by our Conference Committee, we will contact you as a follow up by April 21.  If you are selected as a speaker, we will communicate with you further regarding specific arrangements.
  • Breakout session presenters will be provided complimentary conference registration, breakfast and lunch on both days.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mimi Wong at mmwong@ksbe.edu.

Learning Strands

  • EdToday

    The EdToday learning track will focus on current tools, resources, approaches, and best practices in the classroom. What real-world, current applications are hot topics in education? Topic examples: technology, tools, interdisciplinary learning, cross-collaboration, etc.
  • EdTomorrow

    The EdTomorrow track will provide us a glimpse into the future. Which new technologies, systems, and innovations will disrupt education? Topic examples: VR, AI, future schools, entrepreneurship, blockchain, and micro-credentialing, etc.
  • EdIdentity

    The EdIdentity track will focus on the culture-based technology practices and positive social-emotional learning experiences that instill within haumāna a strong cultural identity and a desire for lifelong exploration of learning, leading, and innovating within the global community. Topic examples: social-emotional learning, culture-based education, and fostering student leadership, etc.
  • EdThought

    The EdThought track will focus on big picture, innovative ideas in education. Interested in looking for thought partners to engage in deep conversations to inspire you? Topic examples: STEAM, design thinking, global competence, student-centered, problem-based, challenge-based learning, data visualization, etc.
  • EdResearch

    The EdResearch track will focus on what research can teach us about how students learn best, related to social-emotional & brain development, effective learning frameworks and instructional practices. Weʻre interested in hearing how you employ current research findings into practice. Topic examples: social, cognitive, neuroscience, assessment, other educational research topics, etc.