Beyond IQ

Call For Proposals

Beyond IQ Boston 2012

Theory and Practice
with the
Highly & Profoundly Gifted

Conceptions of Giftedness

 

March 30 & 31, April 1, 2012 - Boston University Academy, Boston, MA

Proposal Deadline: December 13, 2011


All proposals should relate directly to the general topic of the conference, which focuses on understanding the characteristics, needs, and paths unique to the highly and profoundly gifted. The theme of Conceptions of Giftedness is important to the conference, but is not the only subject we are discussing. In your abstract, please specify the relationship of your proposed presentation to the topic and, if appropriate, the theme.

Proposals for the Pre-conference workshops should be directed at Teachers, Administrators, or Counselors. Each Pre-conference
workshop period is 3 hours, although those sessions are often run with a less formal structure.

Proposals for the Conference can be for adult sessions (introductory, intermediate, or advanced), young adult sessions, or children's workshops for ages 6 - 12. Unlike the pre-conference sessions, all conference sessions are 65 minutes in length. Adult sessions include a minimum of 20 minutes for discussion and questions. The young adult sessions should be highly interactive and concentrated, and allow for at least 60 minutes of discussion. The children's workshops use discovery-based learning.

Accepted presenters will be responsible for expenses related to conference attendance, including costs for travel, accommodations, and printing. The lead presenter will receive a complementary conference registration; additional presenters will receive a 50% reduction of their conference registration fee.

Overhead projectors and screens will be provided on request, and we have an LCD projector available. Other audio-visual equipment may be available and should be requested with the proposal.

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Beyond IQ
March 30 – April 1, 2012
Boston University
Boston University Academy One University Road
Boston, MA



Name of Proposer(s):
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Street Address:
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City/State or Province: _____________________ Zip: __________

Phone: _______________________

Fax: _________________________

E-mail Address:
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Presentation Title:
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Check all that apply, please.

__Pre-conference (Friday)

__ Saturday or Sunday

 

__Teachers

__ Counselors/Therapists

__Parents

__Administrators

__Highly Gifted Individuals

 

__ Lecture

__Workshop

__Discussion

__Panel

__ Mixed Presentation

 

__Introductory

__ Intermediate

__ Advanced

__ Adult

__Young Adult

 

__ Children 6-10

__ Children 9-12

__Children mixed ages

 

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Guidelines for Submission of Proposal

Beyond IQ: Theory and Practice with the Highly and Profoundly Gifted
Conceptions of Giftedness

March 30 – April 1, 2012, Boston University Academy, Boston, MA


Proposal Deadline: Proposals are due December 13, 2011

1.    Include one (1) stamped, self-addressed postcard (if mailed) and the following:

a.    Complete proposal form (see reverse side or previous page)

b.    Brief description for conference program (~50 words)

c.    List of vocabulary words (with definitions) that will come up and one or more suggested readings for beginner attendees

d.    Abstract (1-2 double spaced pages) of the proposed presentation

e.    Résumé for new speakers (2 pages or fewer)

f.     Brief bio for conference program (2 paragraphs or fewer)

 

2.    Submit ALL proposals to: Program Committee, BEYOND IQ, 7 North End Road, Townsend, MA 01469-1124, or e-mail as a attachment to info@giftedconferenceplanners.org – MS Word, Open Office, and PDF accepted.

If you are emailing your
Childrens Program proposal, please also email a copy to: Children's Program, C/O Persis Thorndike, persis@lovesong.com.

3.    Proposals must be postmarked no later than December 13, 2011. Your postcard (or an email) will be returned to you as acknowledgment of receipt.

4.    Proposals should indicate how the presentation will demonstrate principles discussed within the presentation.

5.    Each proposal will be reviewed by the Program Committee for:

a.    Clarity

b.    Usefulness/contribution to the audience

c.    Relevance to the conference theme

 

Notification of acceptance or non-acceptance will be mailed by January 13, 2012.



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