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 Weekend Sessions…
Saturday, June 22, 12:00-1:30 pm
Stevens Point Area Schools – Cassie Frost
As our curriculum and classes become more digital, content becomes more accessible for students with disabilities … if you have the right tools. Come learn about and experience Chrome extensions, add-ons and websites that make your classroom content accessible for all learners.
Sunday, June 23, 10:00-11:00 am
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD – Kyle Berger
As districts transition to digital to support personalized learning, they need a trusted ecosystem of interoperable digital resources that are aligned with ISTE Standards. Hear from district leaders about the synergy between ISTE Standards and community-owned open technology standards that enable the foundation for next-generation teaching and learning.
Sunday, June 23, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools – Molly Nealeigh
New technology is great, but is it empowering students to drive their own learning? Learn how a mastery-based approach to blended learning equips students to analyze their data, set goals, asses their understanding, and own outcomes. Explore strategies to use in your classroom, and leave with an implementation plan.
Sunday, June 23, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Springfield Public Schools MA – Denis Matuszczak & Melissa Zeitz
Learn how a large, urban district in Massachusetts embarked on a journey to integrate computer science standards across the K-12 curriculum. Learn about a multiyear strategic plan to allow every child access to CS standards in all content areas through district wide teacher-developed lessons.
Sunday, June 23, 1:00-2:00 pm
Park City School District – Dr. Jill Gildea
Bringing together students, faculty, staff and the community, this stellar session spotlights 10 priorities for PK-12 districts that lead to an innovative, engaging learner experience. Participants will leave with tips and tactics to try tomorrow. No need to reinvent the wheel. Discover what works today.
Sunday, June 23, 1:30-4:30 pm
The Kinkaid School – Vinnie Vronty
Discover a variety of tools, projects and approaches to explore maker education. You’ll walk away with ideas, activities and tools to begin implementing this with your students.
Attending ISTE? Stop by Booth #305 for a chance to win a Surface Go!
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