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ISTE Virtual Conference | spring 2014
Watch five innovative educators deliver rapid-fire presentations on
cutting-edge topics, then learn how they prepared for their popular ISTE
2013 Ignite sessions.Signposts to Better Projects: Take Thinking Deeper
in Digital Age PBL
How can guide students toward deeper inquiry and more meaningful project-based learning experiences? It's all about knowing what
signposts to follow, say PBL experts Suzie Boss and Jane
Tech That! Extending
Student’s Digital Environment into the Classroom
Technology integration gurus Robert Craven and Rushton
Hurley explain how to weave today’s digital
environment into your classroom.Trends that
Bend: Technological Trajectories That Will Change Everything
What technology trends are shaping the nature of teaching and learning?
Renowned educational futurist Jason Ohler examines the impact of five major
technological trends: big data, augmented reality, the semantic web, xtreme BYOD
and transmedia storytelling.
Keynote: You’re Invited to
Change the World
Small steps add up to big changes, says former ISTE
Outstanding Young Educator Adam Bellow. Have you accepted his invitation to make a
difference in the world?Modeling Digital
How do successful leaders build a solid technology vision, get genuine buy-in
from education stakeholders and create digitally powered schools? ISTE
leadership consultant Chris O’Neal explores the necessary skills and best
practices with three district leaders.
BYOD for your School: Customizing a Framework
What does it take to launch a successful BYOD initiative? Learn innovative
solutions to mobile device and network management from the American School of
Bombay's technology team.TIME (Tools, Integration,
Models, Engagement) for Technology Coaches
Discover tips and strategies for coaching and profesisonal learning in the
digital age from former state educational technology director Jana Craig-Hare
and former technology integration specialist Amber Rowland.
Classroom Tools of the Maker Movement
Ready to start making in the classroom? Learn about the most compelling maker
tools and how they can support real learning from author and tinkering expert
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