Catch me at ISTE 2017!

25 Jun

So excited for another amazing year at the ISTE Conference. This is a time to connect with friends new and old, learn from the best in edtech… and recharge for another year of transforming teaching and learning through education innovation.

I’ve been thinking about how to make the most of this week for months. You can check out my interview on the ISTE Blog to learn more about the presenters I’m looking forward to seeing, tips for #ISTEnewbies and those #notatISTE, and top ways to connect and collaborate at the conference. There is so much to do at ISTE, and you can bet I’ll be making the most of every moment!

As you plan out your #ISTE17 schedule, be sure to check out one or more of my sessions below. These sessions maximize the best of progressive professional learning strategies to provide an experience that you will not want to miss!

 

ISTE Bytes

Monday, June 26, 8:30–9:30 am
Lila Cockrell Theater

One hour of inspiring 2 minute showcases, featured with other amazing speakers like Monica Burns, Hall Davidson, Steve Dembo, Leslie Fisher, and more!

 

How to Turn Technology Initiatives Into Educational Movements (Workshop: WH213)

Monday, June 26, 12:30–3:30 pm
Grand Hyatt Bonham E
with Craig Black, IT Project Manager

Learn more and register here!

Start turning your tech initiatives into an educational movement with innovative, proven strategies for aligning your vision and planning, cultivating buy-in from stakeholders and showcasing the incredible results. We’ll share why initiatives drift aimlessly when technology is deployed with too little direction or planning, and help you avoid making those mistakes with your ideas.

 

Promote Student Voice Through Elementary Technology Centers (Workshop: WH303)

Tuesday, June 27, 8:30–11:30 am
Grand Hyatt Presidio A

Learn more and register here!

Centers are an ideal way to provide differentiation and independence in the elementary classroom. Certain types of centers, like podcasting or graphic design, also promote student voice through media creation. Learn to empower and showcase students’ voices through hands-on experience with six types of dynamic centers. Lesson templates included!

 

Teach All the Memes!

Tuesday, June 27, 1:15–2:15 pm
216AB

Learn more here.
No registration need! Come laugh and learn with us!

Memes are a pervasive, dynamic part of digital communication. Join this award-winning educator and student duo to learn what memes are, why they are powerful tools for both teaching and learning, and how to make three forms of image- and GIF-based memes. Includes resources and adaptable lesson ideas!

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