Featured videos 10/25/2016

Try this easy way to become a globally connected educator

Keep Connected Educator Month going all year long, continue to build your PLN and learn how becoming a globally connected educator can be surprisingly simple.


Lead the way 10/23/2016

Personalized vs. differentiated vs. indivdualized learning

Learn the crucial nuances that distinguish the terms personalized, differentiated and individualized.


ISTE Connects blog 10/23/2016

8 questions to ask before creating a makerspace

Like everything in ed tech, it’s not enough to have a bunch of fancy gadgets in your makerspace. You need to have the right materials to meet your goals.

TAGS: Maker movement

Community Voices & Insights

Oftentimes, parents and community members don’t necessarily understand the value or the purpose of how teachers are integrating tech into their classrooms. It’s important to advocate for educational technology in terms of educating parents and the community.
Sara Hunter, District Technology and Math Specialist, Zionsville, IN
ISTE becomes your guide in integrating technology because you find there all the resources and connections with leading brands, leading presenters, leading institutions and affiliates. All of these connections enrich you as a teacher, especially if you are from outside the US. As an outside teacher or a foreign teacher, you find ISTE is your connection with the tech world.
Dr. Mahmud Shihab, Head of Educational Technology, Beirut, Lebanon
Pernille Ripp Passion-based learning
ISTE Essential Conditions 14 critical elements

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