?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?


    ? 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


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


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

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