pROPOSAL SUBMISSION for NBPC
NBPC Proposals Close: January 30, 2021 (Extended Date)
Note: the NBPC Pre-Conference proposals are by invite ONLY for Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Conference proposals guidelines:
NBPC is seeking proposals that engage participants in topics related to quality education of a BEST PRACTICE for ALL learners, K-12, in the following areas:
Best Practice in Math
Best Practice in Science
Best Practice in Social Studies
Best Practice in Language Arts
Best Practice in Bilingual Education
Best Practice in Dual Language Education
Best Practice in English as a Second Language Education
Best Practice in General Education
Best Practice in Gifted and Talented Education
Best Practice in Special Education
Best Practice in Early Childhood Education
Best Practice in Technology in the Classroom
Best Practice in Administrators
NBPC invited ALL education experts, researchers, authors and successful practitioners with information of interest to submit a proposal.
Please read the NBPC Presenter Agreement thoroughly before submitting your proposal:
To present at the NBPC conference, all accepted presenters must register for the conference by February 1, 2021.
Registration discount of $100 will be applied for lead presenter upon registration.
Proposals that promote product or services MUST be submitted as a Commercial proposal and will be reviewed separately from the academic proposals. Commercials proposals submitted as Academic Proposals will be marked NOT ELIGIBLE, and will not be reviewed or accepted.
Title: (15-word title limit)
Do NOT include any identifying information such as name, title or organization, in the title or they will be disqualified.
If you plan to present in a language other than English, submit the proposal in the language it will be presented.
Description: (150-word description that highlights the BEST PRACTICE)
Description will appear in the conference program as submitted by the presenter. If presenting in a language other than English, submit the description in the language of presentation.
Abstract (50 words)
A brief summary of the presentation that includes an intro, body, and conclusion.
Highlight the major points of your presentation, explain the importance of the presentation, and the Best Practice.
After February 1, 2021, all NBPC submissions are FINAL and cannot be changed.
Presenter Bio: (50-word limit)
The presenter is responsible for the printing and distribution of their handouts and PowerPoint.
Presentation - 60 Minutes
Presenters share their Best Practices with audience with ample opportunities for participation and engagement
Commercial Demonstration - 60 Minutes
Promote commercial goods or services. In addition to promoting your product/service, these sessions should provide the audience with useful information.
Lead Presenter and Co-Presenter(s)
The user profile used to submit this proposal will be listed as the Lead Presenter for the proposal and will receive ALL NOTIFICATIONS regarding the proposal. Co-presenters DO NOT submit a proposal using your user profile if you are NOT the Lead Presenter. The Lead Presenter is responsible for ensuring that your co-presenters are registered by the presenter registration deadline indicated on the registration form.
Each presenter is allowed a TOTAL of (3) presentations, including presentations in which they are secondary presenters. If a presenter submits more than (3) proposals, the additional proposals will be disqualified.
Presenters whose proposals are accepted must be available to present during all three days of the conference. Presenters are not guaranteed that their accepted proposal will be scheduled for any particular day of their preference during the conference.
NBPC does not waive registration fees for presenters. Registration discount of $100 will be applied ONLY for lead presenter upon registration. All accepted presenters must be registered for the conference. The deadline for presenter registration is February 1, 2021.. If all proposal presenters (including co-presenters) are not registered by February 1, 2021., the presentation will be canceled. It is the responsibility of the lead presenter to ensure that all presenters on their proposal are registered for the conference.
Audio Visual Equipment:
The conference will be conducted via Zoom. A Zoom link and host will be provided to the lead presenter.
Cancellation Policy - Cancellations/Refunds/Substitutions Deadlines:
Registration Cancellation Deadline: February 1, 2021.
Requests for refunds of registration fees must be received in writing by February 1, 2021.. A US $50 processing fee will be deducted from the registration fees paid for ALL cancellations. Refund requests received after the January 15, 2021 deadline will not be honored.
NBPC will be communicating with the lead presenter via email.
Please add the following email addresses to your contacts list to ensure that you received all communications regarding your proposal:
Presenter No-Show Policy:
NBPC understands that emergency situations sometimes occur; however, we need to be able to inform our attendees when a session has been canceled so that they have the opportunity to select another session.
Failure to notify NBPC of session cancellation prior to the scheduled start of the session will be deemed a "presenter no-show." NBPC reserves the right to reject proposals from no-show presenters for two consecutive conference years following the occurrence of a presenter no-show.
Lead Presenter's Telephone:
The Lead Presenter's telephone number must be provided. This information will not be shared.
If you require special accommodations as outlined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact us by January 30, 2021, and we will endeavor to assist you. Send an email to .
Sign Language Interpreter
If you need a Sign Language Interpreter, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org