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5 Observations And Reflections After Participating In ISTE 2016

Brad Spirrison | Posted 07.05.2016 | Education
Brad Spirrison

The annual International Society for Technology Educators conference (ISTE) just wrapped up in Denver. In addition to serving as a networking and informational hub for several thousand educators, ISTE is a breeding ground for concepts and collaborations.

Thoughts on #ISTE2015 Conference

Rob Furman | Posted 07.06.2016 | Education
Rob Furman

Personally, I love ISTE and I love the opportunity to be a part of its magnificent conference. That being said, I do feel the keynote speakers should be educators and I do feel we have an opportunity and perhaps even an obligation to celebrate our heroes.

From Confusion to Change

Cheryl Arnett | Posted 08.31.2013 | Technology
Cheryl Arnett

Change in the classroom has been discussed and debated for years. Thirteen years after the turn of the century we are still talking about changing schools to meet the needs of 21st century learners. It is here. It is now. It is different.

Where Is the Media?

Carolyn Foote | Posted 09.12.2012 | Education
Carolyn Foote

As educators we aren't so great at telling our own stories. We need to learn to take responsibility for highlighting our profession more so that the stories that our schools abound with get told well.

Don Knezek Talks About Technology Education

Susan Sawyers | Posted 08.30.2011 | Education
Susan Sawyers

With more than one million students enrolled in online courses at the K-12 level in 2008 technology in education means much more than "computer lab." I spoke recently with Knezek about how he sees the evolving learning landscape.

Educators Urged to Allow Their Students to Fail

Esther Wojcicki | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Esther Wojcicki

In today's world, many students in the U.S. schools aren't taught to work hard.

Light a Fire Under Your Principal This Summer

Esther Wojcicki | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Esther Wojcicki

Everyday during the school year, 2,500 students drop out of high school in the U.S. -- We need to get our school principals hopping mad about this.