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Now in its 31st year, ISTE’s Annual Conference & Exposition features an amazing array of professional learning and collaborative networking opportunities. With nearly 600 sessions, 135 additional workshops, and informal learning environments everywhere you turn, ISTE 2010 provides leadership and professional development for your entire school team

  • Learn best practices and strategies for developing digital-age literacy skills
  • Discover ways to fully leverage new online and handheld technologies
  • Explore new leadership roles and strategies for collaborating with other educators
  • Learn to integrate technology standards across the curricula and into assessment practices
  • Develop strategies to boost learning for all students and prepare them with 21st century skills
  • Participate in active, authentic learning environments and share stories and resources

NEW Leadership Bootcamp!  Technology Leadership in the Rockies

Leading with Connection: Make and Take a Plan for Today! Take part in ISTE’s first-ever pre-conference Leadership Bootcamp, Saturday, June 26, from 8 am–5 pm, with an evening reception and showcase Friday evening, June 25, from 5–7 pm.


2 Responses

  1. Who’s going?

    I’m just attending TEDxDenverEd on Tuesday night–anyone else going to that event??

  2. I’d like to – just Skyped with one of the TED talkers this week – Brian Crosby from Sparks, Nevada. He is amazing! He talked to teachers in my workshop on “Global & Cultural Understanding through Service Learning” about his “High Hopes” project. http://learningismessy.com/blog/?p=804.

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