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This is an ISTE Expert Webinar recording from February 7, 2018.
The current speed of technological breakthroughs has led to the coming age of workplace automation, dramatically altering the world of work our students will enter. With all that’s known about how students learn and the predictions regarding the world our students will face tomorrow, a one‑size‑fits‑all approach to teaching and learning is educational malpractice. A redesigned learning experience fundamentally shifts the teaching and learning paradigm to one that’s personal. It alters the use of authentic assessments, how technology is leveraged, the spaces where the learning occurs, the way educators grow professionally, how schools collaborate with the community and the sustainability of the system as a whole. Join us as we dissect this approach to unlocking tomorrow’s schools so that today’s learners leave ready to create new industries, find new cures and solve world problems.
Presented by Eric Sheninger and the ISTE Technology Coordinators Network.
This ISTE Expert Webinar recording is from January 17, 2018.
Many teachers are building on students’ natural curiosity by connecting them with experts from around the globe. This connection empowers students to become the experts who share their learning with scholars in other classrooms, either across the hall or around the world. Learn how to get started, join or lead this revolution of global learning using Skype or Google Hangouts.
Presented by the ISTE STEM Network and ISTE Global Collaboration Network.
Build and program your awesome inventions with SAM, a collection of wireless blocks and a cool app for exploring your creativity.
Presented by the ISTE STEM Network.
Creative Coding (CODE68)
Join ISTE Stem Network's guest host EVERFI to learn about their free online resources to help elementary, middle and high school teachers equip their students with essential life skills. Their digital education platform is a hub for educators looking to teach financial education, STEM exploration, social-emotional learning, wellness, and career preparedness.
In 2015 the UN General Assembly formally accepted a new set of 17 measurable Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ranging from ending world poverty to achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls by 2030. These were to succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of eight measurable goals which were signed in September 2000.
These goals are considered by world leaders and nations to be essential for the ongoing viability and wellbeing of all people and living things on Earth. Young people today will be inheriting the legacy of previous generations which in many cases have been marked by unsustainable, destructive and isolated practices that have adversely affected global ecosystems, inflicted harm upon people, and set in motion some ongoing challenges that will need to be faced by today's young people. We have an obligation to alert and empower young people to address these challenges and create new ways of engaging with the world and its people.
This session will consider the scope of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and how we as educators can begin to link our teaching and learning to these goals.
Presented by the ISTE Global Collaboration Network.
This webinar recording is part of the Spring 2017 ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on March 29, 2017 at 4 Pacific, 7 Eastern.
Apple recently released Apple Teacher, a self-driven professional development program for educators. The program helps teachers build skills to use Apple products in the classroom. Teachers earn badges while completing eight tests to show their understanding of the Apple ecosystem. Hear one school's story and gather ideas for an Apple Teacher schoolwide initiative.
Presented by the ISTE Innovative Learning Network.
Join representatives fro the Legends of Learning to learn how to gamify your science lessons.
Presented by the ISTE STEM Network.
No Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum (CODEK5)
Connected Librarians (SOCLIB)