WHAT:

    ?ISTE will sponsor a one-hour roundtable discussion between top

    business and education leaders on technology in schools.

    ?Among topics to be discussed: How can we lead local and national

    dialogue toward tools that positively change the K-12 learning

    environment, encouraging innovation, creativity, and critical

    thinking skills? What is the best way to engage governors, state

    legislators and higher education officials to alter the course of

    teacher education?

WHO:

    ? Kurt Steinhaus, outgoing president, ISTE

    ? Don Knezek, chief executive office, ISTE

    ? Gary Bitter, Cheryl Williams, Jan Van Dam, Cathie Norris, and Paul Resta – ISTE past presidents

    ?Cheryl Hewett, Education Marketing Manager, Hewlett Packard

    ?Megan Stewart, Director of Worldwide K-12 Education, Adobe

    ? Karen Cator, Director, Education Leadership and Advocacy, Apple

    ?Dan Meyer, CEO, Atomic Learning

    ? Helen Soulé, Executive Director, Cable in the Classroom

    ? Paige Kuni, Worldwide K-12 Education Manager, Intel

WHEN:

    ?Wednesday, June 27, 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

WHERE:

    ?National Educational Computing Conference, Georgia World Congress Center, Conference room B203

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