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Empowered Learner - ISTE's quarterly magazine
Showcase your use of the ISTE Standards for Students with these digital posters that are free for members. Available in multiple sizes for printing, these "I am a digital age learner" posters are the perfect way to introduce others to the ISTE Standards for Students, as well as remind yourself.
“Boost critical thinking and problem solving with Minecraft: Education Edition”
Get to Know Minecraft: Education Edition and Make the Development of Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills Fun!
Do your students love Minecraft, but you're not really sure what it is? Or maybe you are familiar with Minecraft, but don't know how or why you can use it to teach? Join the Microsoft Minecraft Education Team and 2 classroom teachers who will share engaging demonstrations for how they have been using Minecraft as a platform in their classrooms to build critical thinking skills, promote digital citizenship and provide robust opportunities for creativity, problem solving, and innovative thinking - all within a collaborative, immersive environment.
The Technology Coordinator's Handbook, Third Edition (TCHAN3)
Learning First, Technology Second (ENGAGE)
This webinar recording was part of the Fall 2016 ISTE Professional Learning Series.
In our 21st century world, students need 21st century skills. We are charting the course for these students by incorporating the 4 C’s of critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity so they can navigate the future and solve real world problems. With EdTech exploding in education, our session is an opportunity to collaborate and explore the newest and most effective STEM/Maker Space tools and their impact for the future of teaching and learning.
Our session is inspired by Makers Ed and Project-Based Learning and recognizes that today’s student have devices galore. But what else can they do with them besides chat and play games? This session will provide insights for inquiry-based Digital Learning and STEM training and collaboration for student and adult learners. Together we build understanding and comfort merging our digital and physical worlds, a vital skill for students to navigate the future.
Attendees will understand the value of mobile learning and maker education to our nation’s future and globally. Determine characteristics and apply uses of instructional technologies.
This session provides ideas for charting a course for your students to navigate their future!
Presented by the ISTE Mobile Learning Network.
This webinar is part of the Spring 2017 ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on March 15, 2017 at 4 Pacific, 7 Eastern.
Technology resources provide opportunities for engagement, problem solving and critical higher-order thinking. We’ll share activities you can use immediately to bring some ah ha moments to your learners. Whether in writing, science, social studies or math, student engagement is magnified with these sites and resources.
Presented by the ISTE Digital Storytelling Network.
This webinar recording is part of the Spring 2017 ISTE Professional Learning Series.
Discover approaches for making creativity an instructional goal and learn more about the connection between creativity and literacy. We’ll share examples of activities, projects and technology resources. We’ll answer your questions and suggest ways that participants can learn more.
Presented by the ISTE Literacy Network.
Implementing the 2017 ISTE Standards for Educators (STANTE)
This webinar recording is part of the Fall 2016 ISTE Professional Learning Series.
The session will show ways that attendees can quickly and easily integrate many web tools to engage learners, inspire creativity and curiosity in the learning environment. Participants will learn simple and engaging ways to transform instruction, create innovative and informative assessments and learn insightful ways for delivering content to provide students a voice to show what they know and can do with the material.
I will share the experiences and reflections of my students and how technology and tools have opened up many learning possibilities and provided opportunities for advocacy, choice, and to keep students engaged. I changed my methods and involved students more in the decisions in our class, regularly asked for feedback, and used this information to guide our next steps. This new approach really worked out well and provided a lot of information that helped me as the teacher and also opened up more conversations and built relationships between peers in the classroom.
Presented by the ISTE Mobile Learning Network.