Presenter Proposal Form
The 2023 Presentation Proposal Form is available for persons interested in
presenting at the One Goal Summer Conference. Presentation Proposals should
focus on program tracks listed on the form. If you wish to make a presentation
at the Conference, please complete and submit the Presenter Proposal
Form no later than April 7, 2023.
All proposals will be reviewed by the Planning Committee and the primary presenter
noted on the proposal will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance of
the proposal. While multiple proposals are encouraged, we will only select
one or, space allowing, a maximum of two.
Due to logistical issues, the Planning Committee voted to have speakers present
demonstrations, videos, visuals, etc., rather than engage attendees in make &
take or hands-on activities. Extra tables may be requested for demonstrations.
The Florida Early Learning Developmental Standards developed by the Division of Early
Learning, Florida Department of Education; and the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes
Framework define what children should know and be able to do. The Classroom Assessment
and Scoring System™ (CLASS™) is the tool that the state has adopted to measure classroom
interactions, an important predictor of quality linked to better child outcomes. This summer, the
One Goal Summer Conference Planning Committee is asking presenters to be explicit in
connecting these standards whenever possible to their presentations and demonstrate how they
can promote positive classroom interactions. Doing so will help educators better understand
how to integrate them into every facet of their program day.
The conference registration fee will be waived for the primary presenter
only. All co-presenters will need to register and pay the registration fee.
All presenters are responsible for making their own hotel reservations and
any other expenses incurred.
There are a variety of ways to select to complete the form. You can:
1) download the PDF document, complete it on your computer, and submit it via email or mail; or
2) use the online form and submit the information directly online.
Using the PDF form will require software such as Adobe Reader
to open and complete electronically. If you elect to print the form out,
hand-completed forms are not recommended due to the difficulty in reading
Download the PDF Presenter form
If you elect to complete the PDF form online, please review the following
1) Open the PDF form.
2) If your computer has any difficulty opening the form, you may either not
have the Adobe Reader installed or have an older version of it. You can
download it without charge from http://www.adobe.com
3) Once the form is open, look under Primary Presenter and click your mouse
at the beginning of the line after "Name (as you wish it to appear in the
4) You can tab from one field to another and enter your information
directly onto the form from your keyboard. You can mark the checkboxes
with your spacebar, the enter key, or your mouse.
5) When the form is completed, click on the Email Form button. If your
computer system is set up to do it, this will automatically launch your
email program and open a new, pre-addressed email message with the form
already attached. All you have to do is send it. You can add a note or
additional information in the body of the email if you wish.
6) If your email program does not open automatically, save the completed
form to your computer, create your own email message addressed to
and attach the completed PDF form from wherever you saved it on your
Download the PDF Presenter form
If you elect to use the online form, all you need to do is tab from one field
to another, fill in the requested information, and hit the Submit button at
the bottom of the form.
Complete the online form.