Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Great Professional Learning Opportunity


The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is coming to Denver next summer. This event is one of the largest and most popular professional learning experiences in the world when it comes to technology in education.  It's time to start thinking about your registration and plans to attend now so you can get the most out of this experience.  Registration for the 2016 conference in Denver, CO. opened yesterday so you can get set up at anytime.  If you're interested in attending this world class professional learning event, you'll find all the details below.  
The ISTE Conference for 2016 will take place June 26-29 at the Denver Convention Center.  For more information and to register visit the ISTE Website.  If you are already an ISTE member, you can register before March 1, 2016 at $309 per person.  If you are not an ISTE member, the registration fee is $434 per person.  You can also purchase 1 day passes for $199.  Group pricing is also available.  Check with your school leaders to see if they will help cover the cost for your attendance, many school leaders support this fantastic learning experience.

The APS EdTech coaches and a number of APS teachers have attended ISTE in the past and the reports of their experiences are nothing but fantastic.  If you have questions or would like more information that is not contained on the ISTE Website, contact your APS EdTech Coach and we'd be happy to share our knowledge and experiences with you.  

Registration is pretty simple and only takes a few minutes, visit the ISTE Website and click on "Attendees" at the top to get started.   You'll be able to view a full list of agenda items as well as the different formats in which the sessions are offered.   You can also access the ISTE standards for technology in education to get a snapshot for integration goals.  Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind opportunity, we hope to see you there!

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