Presentation Proposal Submission

for the 2022 in-person conference 

is NOW open for chemistry and physics presentations!

The 2022 Colorado Science Conference will be held on Saturday, November 5th, 2022. This will be an in-person conference organized using the WHOVA platform. It will be held at Douglas County High School, so the meeting spaces will primarily be classrooms. Presenters are invited to submit up to a maximum of two (2) proposals for consideration.  Submit your best ideas! 

We are looking for a wide variety of sessions about science from classroom teachers, college and informal educators, and scientists. We want YOU to share YOUR successful teaching and learning strategies that engage ALL students! Share the phenomena and/or storylines that you use to engage students and frame your science lessons. Share how 3D instruction is implemented in your classroom. How do you utilize science (and/or engineering) practices? How do you incorporate crosscutting concepts into your units? What disciplinary core ideas do your students learn? What do you do to ensure that ALL students have access to great science learning? We know there are GREAT things happening all around Colorado and we want YOU to come and share them at the 2022 Colorado Science Conference. 

We welcome sessions in the science content areas of biology / life science, chemistry / physics / physical science, earth and space science, environmental science, general science and engineering. We need sessions that span the education settings of pre-K-12, college and informal education. 

Excited about joining us? If so, please complete the google form at

asap for each proposal you are submitting. If you know someone else who would like to share, please encourage them to submit a proposal! 


What happens next? The deadline for priority consideration is June 22. Acceptance of proposals will begin in July. Submitters will be notified of the Committee's decision no later than the end of July. After our initial selection we may accept additional proposals through August or until the program is balanced and spaces are full.


NOTE:  Due to space and time limitations, not all deserving proposals can be accommodated. We anticipate offering around 60 sessions for the day. Reviewers will prioritize proposals based on a balanced program (i.e., science disciplines and teaching levels) as well as the session topic. Is the session timely/appropriate? Is the session based upon contemporary research? Does the session support implementation of the 2020 Colorado Academic Standards in Science? 


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