the future of libraries in the digital age
Your Name and Title:
Mary Appleget, CEO and Host of the Brain Academe
Area of the World from Which You Will Present:
Language in Which You Will Present:
Master Librarians, Master Information Technology Instructors, Teachers and Leaders
Short Session Description:
Brain Responsive Teaching and Learning: A Blueprint for Creating Desire and Success
Full Session Description:
The presenter, Mary Appleget, will introduce brain responsive teaching and learning in the cyber world for professional growth and personal learning. An author and researcher of the implications of current brain research in the learning and nurturing environments, Mary will share the 12 essential brain responsive elements needed in today's digitally charged classrooms and households to inspire optimal brain growth and development.
Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:
Hi, Mary! This looks really interesting. Because the conference is free, we have a policy that commercial entities have to be conference sponsors to hold a session. Would you like me to send sponsorship information?
Hi Steve! Well, sure we can look at sponsorship to the event. However, I'm not selling anything and the presentation has no up sale. I share the '12 Essential Brain Responsive Elements' and the research behind it. Additionally, I will share the top 'brain responsive' strategies for the digital-aged learners of the 21st century. Just fun, free info from the action research I apply and analyze as a teacher. I can take anything out that would imply sales of any kind.
Now, with that being said, I'll take your lead and go either direction. We can approach as a commercial entity or an individual, successful teacher with lots of action research to share. I'm an educational strategist that enjoys doing business. :) Let me know. I look forward to the conversation.
We do depend on vendors understanding the cost of producing the conference, and considering being sponsors. And we have to be strict about this--even though what you're sharing is free, the association and branding with your commercial offering are a benefit.
If you were to present as an individual with no affiliation to the company, and no branding on the material, then you could present without sponsoring. Alternatively, a non-compensated librarian or educator sharing the material would be fine.
Thanks for understanding. I'll send the sponsor sheet under separate cover.