ISTE 2017

ISTE 2017: The ultimate game plan of what you can’t miss

Getting the most from ISTE 2017’s jam-packed conference next week.

Must-See Sessions

Poster sessions give attendees the opportunity to walk around and hear about many different topics within just a few hours. Miller’s must-see poster sessions include Using Coding to Enhance Literacy, Integrating MakerSpace Technology into Library Programming, and Empowering Student Voice & Narratives through Space, Digital Stories, & Innovative Practice.

He is also looking forward to Online Professional Learning: Meet the Webinators with During this session, conference attendees can learn about edWeb professional learning, watch popular edWebinar clips, and connect with edWebinar presenters, or “webinators.”

Last, attendees shouldn’t miss keynote speakers Jad Abumrad, host and creator of public radio’s Radiolab; Jenny Magiera, Chief Innovation Officer of Des Plaines Public Schools; and Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code.

Maximize Floor Time

The exhibit hall will be full of things to see, so use your time here efficiently. Spend time reviewing the floor plan before you arrive so you know where your must-sees are. Come prepared with a bag to collect any swag that booths will be giving away.

ISTE 2017 Exhibit Hall.

Miller recommended pre-printing labels with your information to hand to booths that are doing giveaways, saving you time and ensuring your information is always legible. Keep in mind, some exhibitors give sessions right at their booths, which will be a perfect opportunity to connect with experts.

Make the most out of your time at ISTE by planning ahead for your must-sees and knowing your game plan.

About the Presenter

Bryan Miller, Educator Community Manager at Wonder Workshop, has been in education for 15 years and has worked in higher education, has been a kindergarten teacher, K-5 computer teacher, and director of educational technology at one of the largest private schools in the United States. He is an international keynoter and presenter and travels the world speaking to schools about the importance of, and how to integrate computer science and robotics into the core curriculum for K-8. Bryan currently leads the educational outreach team at Wonder Workshop.

Join the Community

Coding & Robotics K-8 is a free professional learning community that supports teachers, administrators, and all educators to help students explore coding and robotics and develop math, logic, critical thinking and problem solving skills, and challenges them to think creatively.

This broadcast was hosted by and sponsored by Wonder Workshop.

The recording of the edWebinar can be viewed by anyone here.

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