Groups of educators share their “recipes” for successful tech implementation at the Iron Chef competition at ISTE 2014.
Educator and consultant Jerry Blumengarten, aka Cybraryman, pops in at a video conference during ISTE 2014.
This Weekend Web segment aired on the NBC 5 Chicago News on the morning of Saturday, January 4. Great overview of ISTE and how it supports educators and communities.
ISTE author, Jon Bergmann discussed a new way for school kids to do their homework — and perhaps, a ray of hope for the parents who frequently get called on to help. Check out the flipped classroom!
LONE TREE, Colo. — The flipped classroom is a whole different approach to learning that some argue can improve grades, and maybe even free up some extra time at home. The Flipped Learning Network estimates 3 percent of teachers now flip their class, and a recent survey by Sophia.org found 85 percent of teachers surveyed who flipped their class had seen improvements in grades.
For more than 30 years, ISTE has continued to grow as an organization and evolve alongside the ever-changing landscapes of education and technology. Through membership, professional development resources, our annual conference and the definitive education technology standards, ISTE is positioned at the nexus of learning and innovation.
Propel Braddock Hills High School is integrating elements of design thinking, student-centered learning, passion-based learning and community involvement to create an environment that engages, supports and prepares students for the digital age. Co-principals Justin Aglio and Joe Oliphant present a one-hour webinar describing how they did it.
A jazz band entertains guests at the ISTE Making IT Happen Awards luncheon at ISTE 2014.
First-time ISTE conference attendees gather for a photo shoot at the Lead & Transform Town Hall at ISTE 2014.
Four educators and leaders were honored Saturday with ISTE’s Making IT Happen Award, which lauds those who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, courage and persistence in improving digital learning opportunities for students.
Education leaders gathered to discuss the challenges they’re facing — and how to overcome them — during Lead & Transform: An ISTE Town Hall at ISTE 2014.
ISTE Ignite is a fast-paced geek event featuring a series of rapid-fire mini-presentations on the latest education technology innovations.
At ISTE 2014, educators meet face to face to share ideas and network.
Educators connect face to face with like-minded professionals at the ISTE 2014 Community Networking Fair.
ISTE 2014 attendees talk about what they are looking forward to at this years conference and expo.
Ashley Judd delivers a heartfelt opening keynote to educators at ISTE 2014.
Singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson performs at the ISTE 2014 Welcome Celebration.
Levar Burton discusses the impact of technology on literacy and how to ignite children’s passion for reading at ISTE 2014.
Teacher educator Maureen Yoder offers a sneak peek at some of the latest ed tech innovations on display in the ISTE 2014 expo hall.
Top ten benefits of being an ISTE member! Learn more at iste.org.
Social activist Kevin Carroll, author of Rules of the Red Rubber Ball, tells ISTE 2014 attendees how he learned everything he needed to know on the playground.
Students from around the world show what engages and inspires them at ISTE 2014.
eduCannon, an interactive video learning platform for flipped and blended classrooms, rises to the top as the most promising ed tech start-up at ISTE 2014.
Dale Dougherty, founder of Make magazine, talks about Maker Faires, including a recent faire at the White House.
Take a tour of the Mobile Learning Playground at ISTE 2014.
Kevin Carroll inspires audience at ISTE 2014 with a message to inspire kids and let them play.
Global attendees of ISTE 2014 talk about why they came to the conference and what they hope to get out of it
ISTE’s Emerging Leaders and members of the Young Educator’s Network talk about ISTE 2014 and what it means to connect with peers.
Introducing the ISTE 2014 Award Winners!
Jeff Charbonneau, 2013 National Teacher of the Year and ISTE 2014 closing keynote speaker, encourages educators to tap the power of “What if?” to make a real difference in students’ lives. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos.
Creating stop animation videos is an easy and flexible way for young children to express their learning while learning digital skills. A ninth grader created this video in about an hour to show younger students how it’s done. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos
Check out just a few of the highlights of ISTE 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.
In this EdTekTalk from ISTE 2014, Shaherose Charania talks about how her passion for technology and desire to make a difference in the world prompted her to create Women 2.0 to inspire the next generation of technology leaders. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos
In this EdTekTalk from ISTE 2014, artist Phil Hansen talks about how a life-changing injury forced him to rethinking how limitations inspire creativity. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos
In this EdTekTalk from ISTE 2014, Make magazine founder Dale Dougherty talks about why so many people are drawn to Maker Faires and why it’s vital to bring making back to school. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos
In this EdTekTalk from ISTE 2014, researcher Guy Hoffman talks about robots that read and express body language, play improvised jazz music and respond to human emotion. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos
In this EdTekTalk from ISTE 2014, Project H founder Emily Pilloton talks about how she used the power of design to inspire students in Bertie County, North Carolina, to create architect and build confidence. Watch more education-related videos on ISTE’s EdTekHub, http://www.iste.org/videos.