October 2-3, 2022
Embassy Suites 
2501 Conference Drive
Norman, OK 73069

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October 2-3, 2022  |   Embassy Suites 
2501 Conference Drive  |  Norman, OK 73069

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Call for Presenters

Call for Presenters

Submit your proposal for the OSCA Conference!

The Oklahoma School Counselor Association is soliciting proposals for presentations promoting evidence-based programs in the domains of academic achievement, emotional growth, social development, career exploration, and post secondary planning. Presentations showcase best practices, current research, or skills of value to counselors, pre-K to postsecondary, as well as district personnel, graduate students and counselor educators.

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The deadline for submissions has passed.

DECISION PROCESS

DECISION PROCESS

Please note, all sessions are 60 minutes in length.

Proposals of a political, marketing or for-profit nature will NOT be accepted.

The conference theme is Resiliency & Self-Care: No Limits! Presentations on that topic are welcome and requested!

Targeted Areas

Implementing the School Counseling Model and Standards

  • Engaging school/district leaders in the implementation of the counseling program
  • Effective strategies for administrators to support the implementation of the school counseling program
  • Creating strong needs assessments
  • Assessments and evaluations of counseling programs and individual programs and services
  • Setting program goals aligned to student and school needs
  • Effective strategies to close achievement and opportunity gaps
  • Using data to deliver effective counseling programs and show impact on student outcomes
  • Utilizing social media to market your counseling program
  • Managing your program with technology (i.e. time and data trackers)

 

School Counseling Core Curriculum

  • Prevention strategies for drop out, teen pregnancy, suicide and alcohol/drug abuse
  • Postsecondary readiness strategies for all grade levels
  • Lesson and Activity plans to meet school counseling standards

Individual Student Planning

  • Supporting seamless transitions from elementary to middle to high school to postsecondary training and the workforce
  • Strong Student Advising
    Improving ACT scores
  • Effective Counselor roles with RTII
  • Improving graduation rate
  • Reducing Test Anxiety

 

Responsive Services

  • Helping Homeless Students
  • Effective School Counselor intervention for student discipline issues
  • Meeting ESSA Benchmarks by addressing Chronic Absenteeism
  • Addressing students mental health issues

 

Student Support Services

  • Leading trainings for teachers and parents
  • Effective parent engagement strategies
  • Building community partnerships
  • Advocating to reduce systemic barriers to student success

Deadline for Submission: June 15, 2022

Notice regarding proposal acceptance will be sent via e-mail by mid-July.

The Lead Presenter will receive all communications regarding your breakout session and will be responsible for sharing it with co-presenters, if any.

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IF YOUR PROPOSAL IS ACCEPTED

IF YOUR PROPOSAL IS ACCEPTED

Presenter Instructions

  • HANDOUTS: A QR code will be used for attendees to gain access to session handouts. Please provide a file/s to presenters@ncyi.org by September 15, 2022 with your session title as the file name. You are welcome to provide physical copies of your handouts to attendees at your own expense. The rooms will be set for 40-60 participants.
  • HOTEL RESERVATIONS: Presenters must make their own hotel reservations and are responsible for all other travel expenses.
  • CO-PRESENTERS: All communications regarding your breakout session will come to the Lead Presenter directly, and they will be responsible for sharing it with their Co-Presenter(s), if any. Also note the rate structure for Co-Presenters. If Co-Presenters are not added at the time of the CFP submission, they cannot be added in the future.
  • WI-FI: The convention center is equipped with Wi-Fi Internet that is complimentary for presenters, but possibly not for all attendees. We highly recommend designing your session so that you will not need internet access, since it can be slow or unreliable.
  • AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT: All meeting rooms will be arranged theater style. Please note that the Conference will provide a screen, A/V cart and power supply at no charge to you. However, the Conference will not be able to provide any other A/V equipment. You are responsible for providing your own LCD Projector, laptop and dongle/appropriate adapter, if needed for your presentation. If your presentation requires sound for a video or sound effect please make the necessary plan to provide that equipment on your own. If you need additional audio visual equipment, please contact the hotel. Any arrangements you make with the hotel will be at your own expense.
For more information or questions, please contact presenters@ncyi.org.

LEAD PRESENTERS GET FREE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION!

October 2-3

Lead Presenter Rate

$0

Co-Presenters pay standard registration rate

The discounted presenter rate can only be used for the lead presenter. All co-presenters may register at the standard attendee registration rate. If your session is approved, the Lead Presenter will be emailed a link to the exclusive registration portal for approved lead presenters.

If your co-presenter, if any, plan to present the breakout session and then leave, there will be no registration fee. By not registering, you will not be given a name badge, program manual or tote bag, and will not be able to participate in any other sessions or meal functions at the conference.

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

This portal is now closed.

The deadline for submissions has passed.

CONTACT INFORMATION

866.318.6294

Fax 423.899.4547

presenters@ncyi.org

National Center for Youth Issues
ATTN: OK-SCA
P.O. Box 22185
Chattanooga, TN 37422-2185

The Lead Presenter will receive all communications regarding your breakout session and will be responsible for sharing it with co-presenters, if any.