Thursday, October 22, 2015

Update about Workshop Instructor Proposals

Hi, everyone.  We just wanted to post an exciting update for those people who are considering putting in a proposal to be workshop instructors at MOD 2016.  We have decided that if you are selected to be a workshop instructor this year based on your proposal, then you will be guaranteed a spot as an attendee at MOD, assuming you want one (you will still be responsible for the registration fee, etc.).

Also, we wanted to let you know that you shouldn't be intimidated by the proposal form - there are a lot of questions, but it does not necessarily mean that you have to have lots of experience in order for your workshop to be accepted.  We have had both first time and experienced teachers give workshops at MOD in the past, so we are certainly open to accepting proposals from first time teachers.  We are always looking for great modern workshop topics with wide appeal.

The workshop proposal form is here:

Finally, we have updated the registration page to reflect some of the details for MOD 2016, including the dates, pricing (same as last year) and approximate timeframes for when registration will open.

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