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Present at ISTE19

Submit a New Ideas proposal April 1 to 26

Have an inspiring edtech story or something new you want to share or teach? Can you present it in a short amount of time? Submit a multi-presentation proposal April 1 to 26. Multi-presentations bring together multiple speakers in the same place, to share short presentations on a variety of topics.

Here's what we’re looking for:

  • Diverse stories and paths to success
  • Short presentations that engage or inspire.
  • Sessions on timely edtech topics, ideas or approaches to teaching and learning.
  • Want to see a multi-presentation example? Look back at last year’s lineup.

    ISTE19 acceptance rates

    Format # Submitted # Accepted Acceptance rate
    BYOD 241 162 67.2%
    BYODex 178 80 44.9%
    Interactive lecture 535 189 35.3%
    Lecture 442 132 29.9%
    Panel 143 43 30.1%
    Poster 714 477 66.8%
    Research paper 114 60 52.6%
    Snapshot 227 99 43.6%
    Workshop 205 82 40.0%
    Total 2,799 1,324 47.3%

    Presenter information

    • There is no fee to submit a proposal. We seek proposals from educators at all levels and from all parts of the world.
    • Access your presenter menu to manage proposal submissions.
    • All adult presenters must register to attend the conference. Registration opens on December 4, 2018.
    • Student presenters who are 18 years and younger and listed on an accepted session are not required to register and may pick up a complimentary badge in Philadelphia.
    • Find answers to frequently asked questions.

    Suggest a keynote

    Know of a visionary you’d like to see at ISTE19? We’re looking for keynote speakers who inspire us, amaze us and ignite our passion for connected learning.

    Our keynote speakers are known as individuals from any field, including education, who can bring fresh perspectives to our audience in new and exciting ways.

    Catch our attention by:

    • Thinking outside the box. The ISTE Conference & Expo isn’t your typical education conference.
    • Keeping it simple. Make your case briefly, concisely and with gusto.
    • Sharing examples. Link to videos and articles about your suggested speaker.

    Don’t be shy — if you’ve got a burning message to share, feel free to recommend yourself!