Recent articles

ISTE19 attendees

ISTE19 by the numbers

07/08/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

Every year, thousands of educators come together at the ISTE Conference & Expo to discover new ways to learn with technology, and ISTE19 was no exception!…

MORE

Two women explore the expo hall at the ISTE Conference & Expo

7 tips for getting the most out of the ISTE19 Expo Hall

05/21/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

The ISTE19 Expo Hall will bring together more than 550 education companies in the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia this year. Connecting with exhibitors and exploring the expo hall is a great…

MORE

Why students should create with AI tools

Why students should create with AI tools

05/13/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

That student with the heart of the world was born,
My data burns the same stars in a window.

No human would ever mistake these…

MORE

Bring an edtech conference to your school and invite your students

Bring an edtech conference to your school

05/08/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

Educators who attend tech conferences often wish they could share the experience with their peers and students back at their school. That’s how media specialist and district technology integrationist Dihanna…

MORE

The Merge Cube is one of the most popular edtech tools for classrooms.

8 hot edtech trends in 2019

05/09/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

One way to get a sense of edtech trends is to take a look at the sessions put on by educators at the annual ISTE Conference & Expo, one of the largest…

MORE

Edtech coaches can use these seven tips to help teachers overcome their technology fears.

Banish tech phobia: How to get teachers on board with edtech

04/01/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

We’ve all heard about veteran educators who have been teaching the same way for years and are reluctant to integrate technology into their practice.

Why should they? It’s scary to try something new,…

MORE

Edtech grants are widely available from government, corporations and foundations.

Need an edtech grant? Then get writing!

04/02/2019

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

Your school needs more technology resources, but your district can’t afford them. What do you do?

Start writing your grant, says Sheryl Abshire, a veteran K-12 educator and accomplished grant…

MORE

Empower global citizens with PBL

Empower global citizens with PBL

07/30/2018

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, Project-based learning

Nearly 5,000 miles separate Paris, France, from Lopez Island in the state of Washington. Middle-school students from these far-flung locations have been working together during the past school year to research, curate and share the otherwise forgotten stories of World War I American…

MORE

Show students all the possibilities

Show students all the possibilities

06/26/2018

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo, professional learning

Nadia Lopez went to college to become a nurse. But things change, and she instead worked in the private sector for Verizon before becoming an educator.

It was that somewhat twisty path that she says helped her develop a holistic approach to how she sees the world – for…

MORE

Every student needs to be a problem-solver

Every student needs to be a problem-solver

06/25/2018

Topics: ISTE Conference & Expo

Untitled Document

As a 15-year-old high school student, Andy Weir worked as a lab assistant at Sandia National Laboratories. He said the role, open to strong local students, typically involved jobs like cleaning…

MORE