You can submit a proposal for consideration to be placed on a waitlist. We will contact you if there is a session cancellation that opens a session time for your presentation.

InnEdCO appreciates your willingness to share your expertise with conference participants. Thank you for submitting a proposal for InnEdCO 2020 Adventure Awaits! Please read through the information in this section before submitting your proposal.

Before proceeding, please consider how your proposal supports the ISTE Standards for Educators and for Students found at During the process of submitting your proposal, you will be indicating which standards are addressed in your presentation.

Be prepared to submit Title of Presentation, Presentation Summary, Type of Session (session descriptions found in Section 3), Length of Session, and Presentation Description.

Submit one proposal per topic. If your proposal is not selected for the format you submitted, we may consider it for other formats. Keep in mind that any field may be made publicly viewable so respond accordingly.

There will be a discounted full conference registration rate of $75 per accepted session for the lead presenter only. Presenters will be limited to presenting two sessions. InnEdCO does not offer an honorarium or pay expenses for presenters. Submit your proposal at InnEdCO 2020 Proposals

Session Types

  • Birds of a Feather

    Networking event that encourages communities of learners to connect with others who share similar passions or interests. Usually 1 hour in length

  • Ignite

    “Enlighten us, but make it quick” is the Ignite Presentation motto. As an Ignite presenter, you will speak while slides advance automatically to support you. An Ignite presentation is exactly 5 minutes and contains exactly 20 slides. The slides advance automatically after each slide is displayed for 15 seconds. If you are unfamiliar with the format, here is a great example from a few years ago at Ignite Boulder:

  • Listen & Learn

    Primarily one-way interaction between presenters and audience. 1 hour only Example: 10 Presentation Tools for Student Use

  • Panel

    Hour-long presentation with a designated facilitator for a diverse and focused discussion around a particular topic that sometimes includes questions from the audience. This could also be a student panel.

  • Poster

    Snapshot micro-presentation that highlights a particular instructional model, new or emerging technology solution, or content provider resource. This presentation is delivered in an open, multi-booth environment that enables presenters to engage the audience in more intimate one-on-one and small-group conversations.

  • Summit

    In-depth instructional session with hands-on learning and specific take-aways, highly interactive. Sessions can be 1 or 2 hours long.

  • Workshop

    Supplemental hands-on sessions offered in three-hour segments that provide for more personal, in-depth exploration of a particular topic, tool or resource in a smaller-group environment. (In-depth instructional session with hands-on learning and take-aways)