Join Digital Harbor Foundation, Maryland State Department of Education, and Baltimore County Public Schools on March 10th, 2018 at Eastern Technical High School for the Make. IT. Work. Conference of 2018! This innovative conference is dedicated to Making, Instructional Technology, and Workforce Readiness in the Education realm.

Attendee registration will be available in January but the call for proposals is open now and will end on January 12th. Presenters of all ages, backgrounds, and skills are welcome to apply! The conference will use the following formats:

Maker Project:
Do you want to share your favorite maker project? Attendees will visit you throughout a time slot and work on your maker project. You provide the supplies and the instructions and we’ll provide you with a table, chairs, and some new friends to make with.

Short Presentation (45 minutes):
Have a skill to share? Have a story to share about making in your classroom? Contribute to another educator’s toolkit by sharing your techniques, experiences, or lessons learned. Topics should fit into technology, leadership, or education tracks but interesting presentations are welcome to break the mold.

Full Presentation (75 minutes):
Need some more time than will fit in a Short Presentation? Get an extra 30 minutes to share your knowledge. Have a skill to share? Have a story to share about making in your classroom? Contribute to another educator’s toolkit by sharing your techniques, experiences, or lessons learned. Topics should fit into technology, leadership, or education tracks but interesting presentations are welcome to break the mold.

Poster Session:
Not a fan of speaking in front of a crowd but have some experience to share? Then a poster session is for you! During the lunch break, you will be given a table to share your insight as people mingle. No power points or projectors to fuss with here. Trifold optional.

Complete the form below to submit a proposal. All proposals should be submitted by January 12th.