Virtual School Meanderings

May 18, 2022

Educator, Don’t Miss These Presenters That Will Appeal to Your Boldness!

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 11:32 pm
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And an item from the folks at ISTE to finish the day.

Bold and boundlessly curious educators like you won’t want to miss LACUE’s pre-conference event and more.

Come for the 3 B’s: Bold, Boundless, Brilliant!

ISTELive 22 content is anything but the typical conference stuff. It’s designed to feed educators like you who crave big ideas and deep dives.

Weston with padding


At “Go Forth and Be Bold,” the preconference event hosted by the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators (LACUE), you can join Weston Kieschnick to unpack the critical technologies and effective teaching strategies we should bring forward  – and which we should abandon.



Ward with padding


And during ISTELive, TV science correspondent and Featured Voice Alie Ward will break down how you – and your students – can become boundlessly curious.


If Ward seems familiar, it’s because she’s made a name for herself by demystifying tough science concepts in fun and interesting ways on TV. You may have seen her on “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca,” “Did I Mention Invention?” or “Brainchild” – but now you can see her at ISTELive 22!

Sign up now to hear from Ward and dozens of other brilliant Featured Voices, including teachers, librarians, coaches and superintendents.


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