You’re not bragging, but you should be.
Presentations have been selected for TCEA 2017, and you are among that elite selection. Below are some useful tips and resources for you to use to share the announcement and promote attendance at your session.
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When sharing information about your session leading up to and at the conference, be sure to use the official hashtag #tcea17 to extend the learning, discussion, and engagement.
Social media posts that contain photos or videos are proven to result in more online interaction. Create a short video highlighting the top objectives to be featured in your presentation. Post a link to the video and share it socially using the conference hashtag. Share a new tool, tip, or resource to gain new followers. However you can, encourage people to join the conversation and increase the number of attendees at your presentation!
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A maximum of three student co-presenters per presentation may be registered by the primary presenter.
The primary presenter must register the student(s) with a complimentary Minor Presenter pass. This pass permits the student co-presenter to present only and will not permit the student into any other TCEA 2017 activities. Adult chaperone(s) and/or the primary presenter are required to register online at www.tceaconvention.org.
Student names will not be published in the online or printed program, and the student must be accompanied by a registered adult chaperone at all times.
Please complete the form here to register your student co-presenters.
Presenting Successfully at TCEA 2017
Watch this recorded webinar for tips, tricks, and important information for presenting at TCEA 2017. Whether this is your first or tenth year presenting, TCEA wants to share with you updates for 2017 as well as advice for engaging attendees.
Email email@example.com with any questions regarding your presentation, conference logistics, and/or the promotion and marketing of your session.