Presenters/Call for Proposals

Math and Science Teachers' Conference

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  • Attendee
    • Individual = $150
    • Groups of 3 or more = $125/ each
  • Vendor
    • $350

Presenters TBA

Call for workshop proposals:

Casper College invites you to submit a proposal for a workshop session at the 2017 Math and Science Teachers' Conference to be held October 16 and 17, 2017. A workshop session is a presentation offered to participants simultaneously. Each workshop session is 75 minutes in length. Participants are able to choose from simultaneous workshops.

Casper College is a Wyoming community college located in Casper, Wyoming. The college has hosted the state-wide Math and Science Teachers' Conference since its inception 15 years ago. The conference is held on the college campus and has an approximate attendance of 150 K-12 Wyoming teachers. Casper College is committed to providing the participants of this event with cutting-edge technology, innovative teaching methods, networking opportunities, and continuing education credit (CEUs), Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTSB), or graduate credits.

To submit a proposal:

Please complete the presentation information form (PDF).
Submit completed form by June 5, 2017 to:
  • Email:
  • Fax: 307-268-3111
  • Mail: Sarah Schneider, Casper College, 125 College Dr., Casper, WY 82691

All presentations must be on a jump drive and PC compatible. Each 75-minute workshop should include a presentation and time for questions and answers. 

Notification of acceptance will be sent with registration information by July 10, 2017. Note: You may be asked to present more than once. A $200 stipend will be paid after the conference is completed.

The criteria for selection include the following:

  • Consistence with one of the conference tracks
  • Clarity in describing purpose, objectives, outcomes, content, and strategies for involvement and learning
  • Adherence to proposal guidelines and requirements
  • Value of the session to the audience and the profession
  • Presenter qualifications

Conference tracks:

  • Technology
  • Integrated curriculum
  • Standards
  • Compute science: programming and coding


  • Workshops
  • Panel discussions
  • Hands-on experiences
  • Field work (weather permitting)

Accepted presenters will be paid a stipend of $200.

All professional bios must be 100 words or less and include the following:

  • Number of years in professional positions
  • Relevant position titles and employer
  • Types of degrees earned and from what institutions
    • Example: "Susan Smith has taught math and computer programming for 15 years at Natrona County High School in Casper, Wyoming. She previously taught mathematics for 10 years at Central High in Rapid City, South Dakota. Smith is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and has received Teacher of the Year Award three times in her career. She received a bachelor's of science in mathematics from the University of Wyoming, and a master's degree in education from the University of Northern Colorado."