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ISTE 2015 closing keynoter Josh Stumpenhorst urges educators to push the limits and not be afraid to use the innovative ideas they learned at the conference.
ISTE member Barbara Nemko founded a program to help PK students learn reading skills using iPads and digital books.
Are you a gadget geek? Here are three trending technologies that are making things easier and more interesting.
ISTE Emerging Leader Kristy Andre saw firsthand how technology inspired her African students to be engaged in their learning. Now she coaches other teachers on how to transform learning in their classrooms.
While both traditional teaching styles and core subject areas have been slow to change with the modern world, the new area of mobile devices in classrooms is disrupting all of our previous ideologies around these sacred pillars of education.
Mia Kim Williams has developed a teacher training curriculum focused on empowering students through educational technology.
A couple of educators who connected through on online book club have teamed up to transform their classrooms and mentor other educators.
ISTE award winner Sarah Loyola takes a project-based learning approach to teaching Spanish and helps students connect with other cultures and discover who they are within the greater world.
Winners of the 2015 Vernier/National Science Teachers Association Technology Awards discuss the science projects that got their students involved in real-world projects.
ISTE Board member Mila Thomas Fuller brings a broad range of experience to her work on the board.
ISTE 2015 keynote speaker Jack Gallagher learned to redefine what it means to be cool while raising his autistic son.
Josh Stumpenhorst will challenge the audience to think differently about time-honored educational truths when he speaks at ISTE 2015 in Philadelphia in June.
Comedian Jack Gallagher will perform a one-hour adaptation of his one-man play, “A Different Kind of Cool,” at ISTE 2015. Gallagher speaks poignantly about how raising an autistic son has changed his perspective.
Award-winning journalist and activist Soledad O'Brien inspired attendees to use technology tools not for technology's sake, but to improve equity and access so all students, regardless of background, have the chance to succeed.
ISTE 2015 keynote Soledad O’Brien never shies away from taking on controversial topics, such as education reform, race and poverty.
TakingITGlobal, a nonprofit that provides innovative global education programs designed to empower youth and educators to understand and act on the world’s greatest challenges.
Five technology pioneers will share how they pushed the limits of their world and give you the blueprint to follow in their footsteps during the ISTE EdTekTalks at ISTE 2015.
It was no surprise to those who know her that ISTE member Mary Wegner got a shout-out from President Obama during a December summit for superintendents. Wegner is a tireless ed tech advocate and has been instrumental in transforming the Sitka (Alaska) School District, which she heads.
Sara Hunter brings her passion for STEM to hundreds of elementary students every week in inquiry-based, hands-on classes that cover everything from programming robots to experiencing the natural world outside. But she doesn’t stop there. As a tech coach, she also shows teachers throughout her district how they can do it too.
“Education is not a preparation for life — it’s life itself. We’re talking about people becoming good learners and doing it their entire lives,” says Dale Dougherty, founder of Make magazine and Maker Faire. Find out what he thinks the maker movement has to offer schools in this exclusive Q&A.
Former ISTE Emerging Leader Robert Pronovost took responsibility for getting his school’s students and teachers the tech tools they needed.
Kevin Carroll offered to be the chief encouragement officer to ISTE Emerging Leaders. In return, they must pay it forward.
Bill Selak teaches core curricula through song and has his students clamoring for more!
Todd Nesloney flipped his class and stopped teaching to the test. Now his students’ test scores are higher than ever, and he’s reignited his love for teaching.
Digital citizenship is not so different from traditional citizenship. We still need to guide students to be kind, respectful and responsible. What’s new is teaching them how to apply these values to the realities of the digital age.
Our job as citizens requires more than just being informed. We must also be vigilant about verifying information before posting it on social media.
The most compelling topics among educators who embrace technology for learning and teaching are not about the tech at all, but about the students. And that’s a good thing.
Twitter chats for educators offer free professional learning on your favorite topics and the chance to connect with peers around the world. Here are some that were recommended by the ISTE community.
The Burlington High School Help Desk in Massachusetts is one of the first and most successful student-run genius bars in the nation. Facilitator Jenn Scheffer gives her step-by-step guide for starting a student tech team in your school.