Dyknow is attending the ISTE 2019 Conference, where we have 6 customers hosting ISTE weekend sessions.
16,000 educators convene to attend the ISTE annual conference. “ISTE 19 is the place where educator-tested strategies come together with proven resources for transforming learning and teaching.”
Attending the ISTE National Show? Check out our customers’ ISTE weekend sessions!
Dyknow’s Recommended ISTE Wednesday Sessions…
Wednesday, June 26, 8:30-9:30 am
The Kinkaid School – Vinnie Vrotny
Independent and International Schools have unique opportunities as well as challenges when implementing new educational technology initiatives. Join us as we explore current trends and practices in as well as the struggles and challenges unique to our educational institutions.
Wednesday, June 26, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Stevens Point Area School District – Cassie Frost
Join Teacher Education Network leaders and community members to learn how the Standards for Educators are implemented into their practice and prepare current and future teachers for doing the same. At this interactive playground, you will discover digital tools, learning activities and PD ideas for the ISTE Educator Standards.
Wednesday, June 26, 9:00-10:00 am
MSD Lawrence Township – Maureen Hayes
Caddo Mills ISD – Kimberly Isham
Where does one go to become “connected?” Sometimes it just happens when you least expect it! Come learn how we formed a thriving PLN after connecting in a Voxer book study of Four O’Clock Faculty.
Wednesday, June 26, 10:00-11:00 am
Gaston County Schools – Katherine Leatherman & Jason Mammano
Imagine if 3D printing were a foreign language. Go full immersion and become fluent in 75 minutes. No joke. Learn about 3D design, slicing and printing. You’ll get everything you need to get started, including an “itch” only a 3D printer can scratch.
Wednesday, June 26, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Epping School District – Deborah Booth, Thelma Thompson, & Laurie Underwood
Our entire middle school community designed and created decorative cubes for the school lobby. The students 3D printed stencils to stamp into clay tiles that were used to complete the cubes. The project integrated science, social studies, art and technology. Watch the movie of the process and finished project.
Wednesday, June 26, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Clark County School District – Lloyd Goldberg & Carie Thibault
This session will discuss methods of differentiation and individualization that teachers can employ in the ELA classroom. Students are allowed variant learning styles and different intelligences, through song writing, and video creation in order to express comprehension of multiple reading / writing / technology standards.
Attending ISTE? Stop by Booth #305 for a chance to win a Surface Go!
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