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ISTE 2010 is presented by: In cooperation with: Technology in Education (TIE) Colorado About ISTE ISTE members are advancing excellence in learning and teaching through innovative and effective uses of technology in PK–12 and teacher education.

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ISTE 2010 is presented by:

In cooperation with:

Technology in Education (TIE) Colorado

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About ISTE

ISTE members are advancing excellence in learning and teaching through innovative and effective uses of technology in PK–12 and teacher education.

ISTE is the membership association for educators and education leaders who are passionate about ed tech.

ISTE is home of the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS).

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About ISTE

  • More than 20,000 individual members

  • 82 regional and international affiliate organizations

  • 60 corporations

  • Founded in 1979

ISTE represents more than 100,000 education and emerging leaders worldwide.

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ISTE’s Annual Conference & Exposition*

  • Home to best practices and thought leadersin ed tech

  • More than 900 sessions and presentations

  • Nearly 500 top international technology companies

  • The premier event of its kind in the world for more than 30 years

*Formerly the National Educational Computing Conference

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The ISTE conference experience

  • Interactive and collaborative venues for learning and sharing

  • Networking with educators and technical professionals who share your passion for student success

  • Thought-provoking keynotes, and panels with top education leaders

  • The ultimate destination for educators on the forefront of improving teaching and learning with technology

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ISTE 2010 has something for everyone

  • K–12 Teachers, FacultyTechnology Integration Specialists

    • New ideas for integrating technology and promoting digital age teaching and learning

    • Sessions with practical and useful technology applications

    • Model lessons that enable you to participate or observe replicable units of instruction

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ISTE 2010 has something for everyone

  • Teacher Educators Staff Developers

    • Curriculum ideas for methods courses

    • Models for meeting accreditation requirements

  • Library Media Specialists

    • Best practices for teaching information and media literacy

    • Electronic resources for students, teachers, and administrators

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ISTE 2010 has something for everyone

  • Superintendents, Principals,Policy Makers

    • Leverage your technology infrastructure for school improvement

    • Leadership development

  • Chief Technology Officers Technology Coordinators

    • Effective solutions for professional learning

    • Proven strategies for technology funding, infrastructure sustainability, and support

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Hundreds of sessions, a variety of formats

  • Concurrent Sessions, including popular Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) and Open Source labs

  • Spotlight & CEO Spotlight Sessions

  • Panel Discussions

  • Workshops

  • Research Papers

  • Poster Sessions

  • Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions

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Interactive Formats

  • Problem/Solution Panel:presenters share their solutions to common ed tech challenges

  • Model Lesson:(in a Model Classroom): an interactive, learn-by-doing environment

  • BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop):a hands-on environment similar to workshops

  • Open Source Lab:thin client, Linux-based machines for individual exploration

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Interactive Formats

  • Playgrounds:multiple stations with hands-on activities and hardware/software demonstrations.

    • Art

    • Gaming

    • Math

    • Music

    • Physical Education

    • Science

    • MUVEs

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Presentation Themes

  • School Improvement

    • Role of technology

  • Technology Infrastructure

    • Needed technology, resources, and policies

  • Professional Learning

    • Development of education leaders

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Presentation Themes

  • Digital Age Teaching & Learning

    • Covers all aspects of technology use in the learning environment

  • Virtual Schooling/E-learning

    • Implementing online courses and e-learning experiences

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Hot Topics from our 2009 Conference

  • Web 2.0

  • Professional development

  • Google tools

  • Interactive boards

  • iPhone/iTouch applications

  • Cell phones in the classroom

  • Podcasting

  • Wikis

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The largest ed tech exhibition in the US

  • An interactive learning environment

  • The latest products and emerging technologies

  • 500 exhibitors and 1,200 booths

  • More than 60% of attendees spend 7+ hours in the exposition hall!

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Why attend ISTE 2010?

Past conference attendees say it best:

“I thought I’d learn new and exciting ways to use Web 2.0 tool with my students. Instead I received something more valuable—the gift of time spent shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the best and brightest educators!”

Keisa Williams, school librarianOakland CA

“This is a must for every educator! The possibilities for teaching and learning are endless!”Margaret, Tech Consultant, Maryland

“I will be returning to Canada with some great ideas and I am looking forward to the new school year–it’s a very exciting time in education. Keep up your great work!”

Lorraine, Asst. Superintendent, Canada

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ISTE 2010—the place to be!

  • Our conference attendees return year after year

  • More than 18,500 educators and industry representatives attended the 2009 conference in Washington, DC

  • Your conference registration provides you with ISTE membership, for year round benefits!

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Staying connected

Visit for additional ISTE networking information and links.

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Volunteers—we can’t do it without you

In 2009 we had over 1,000 volunteers!

As a ISTE 2010 volunteer you will:

  • Network with educators from around the world

  • Participate in professional events

  • Select from 3-hour shifts

  • Attend a volunteer reception

  • Have fun and receive a free T-shirt!

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Interested in volunteering?

  • To learn more about volunteering at ISTE 2010, contact the volunteer coordinator at [email protected]

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Key dates for ISTE 2010

Register and reserve your housing online now!

  • February 17, 2010

    • Program search online; workshops, tours available

  • March 31, 2010

    • Super Early-Bird registration closes

  • May 1, 2010

    • Early-Bird registration closes

  • June 26, 2010

    • Onsite registration begins

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ISTE 2010 in Denver

The premier ed tech conference in spectacular surroundings…

You can’t help but be inspired!

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Contact us

For more information on ISTE 2010, please contact:

National Marketing

Tonia Holowetzki

Director of Marketing


[email protected]

Regional Marketing

Helen Soulé

Marketing Outreach Coordinator

[email protected]