Five cities. Five dates. Five opportunities to share, learn, and connect with others. One amazing experience.
We’ve expanded PLTW Summit from one event to five to offer you increased access to training, peer collaboration, and networking activities, plus more opportunities to earn continuing education units (CEUs) through our professional development offerings.
PLTW Summit is a three-day event packed with workshops, general sessions, and after-hours activities designed to bring together the PLTW Network and strengthen our collective passion for providing students with inspiring, engaging, and empowering learning opportunities.
Submit a Workshop Proposal Today!
Inspire, engage, and empower PLTW Summit guests. Submit a proposal today to facilitate a workshop session and share your expertise.
You are welcome to submit more than one proposal and can also request to facilitate a session (or sessions) at more than one PLTW Summit.
Be sure to submit your proposal – or proposals – by September 2, 2018, for 2018 conferences and September 30, 2018, for 2019 conferences. Facilitators receive 50 percent off the PLTW Summit registration fee.
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A Look Back at PLTW Summit 2017
Inspiring Career Confidence
Hear PLTW Gateway students from Coulwood share their professional aspirations and explain how STEM knowledge and skills are key to their careers.
Empowering Students for Life and Career
PLTW alumna Keiana Cavé shares three mantras to live by: It’s OK to skip class, stay obnoxious, and be a unicorn and stay true to yourself.
Tackling Real-World Problems
Watch students from Gulliver Preparatory School present on their winning PLTW Engineering Design Competition project.
Learning from a Young Entrepreneur
Founder and CEO of Jack’s Stands and Marketplaces, 11-year-old Jack Bonneau shares how he inspires, engages, and empowers students through his business every day.
Opening the Door to New Opportunities
PLTW alumnus-turned-Master Teacher shares where he gets his career confidence, including from PLTW Core Training, peers, school administration, and his students.
Creating New Ways to Apply Knowledge
Learn how this school is using a motion-capture system as part of its work to integrate its PLTW Engineering and PLTW Biomedical Science programs.