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November 29, 2020

On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!

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And another item from the folks at ISTE on their first day of the conference.

ISTE20 Live: The learning you need NOW!
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There’s still time to join us!

If you’re feeling the FOMO, there *may* still be space at ISTE20 Live.
Remember, you’ll have on-demand access to all sessions for six months!  

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Join us in reinventing education!

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November 28, 2020

ISTE20 Live Kicks Off TOMORROW!

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And another item from ISTE.

ISTE20 Live: The learning you need NOW!
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ISTE’s legendary conference
starts tomorrow!

Still need three reasons to join us?

1.  The content!  800+ sessions all recorded so you can watch them as many times as you want through May.

2.  The voices!  Meet Ibram X. Kendi, Ph.D., Dena Simmons, Ed.D., Gitanjali Rao and so many more.

3.  The cost!  We’ve slashed the price of registration to make it more accessible to more educators — like you!

We hope to see you tomorrow!

REGISTER NOW

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621 SW Morrison Street, Suite 800, Portland, Oregon, 97205 USA
Virginia: 2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201 USA

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See Who Called ISTE the #BestConferenceEver!

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 7:34 pm
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Another update from the ISTE conference.

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The energy, the passion,

the #BestConferenceEver!

Find out why THOUSANDS of educators like these love attending the ISTE conference. Join them at ISTE20 Live, Nov. 29-Dec. 5!

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“I’ve been to three ISTE conferences and each time it’s been a transformative experience that has enhanced my curriculum, classroom facilitation and knowledge of the learning sciences.”

— Jorge Valenzuela, Education Coach, Author and Advocate, Richmond, Virginia

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“I love the sessions, posters and workshops put on by real teachers who are really in the classroom. I love to network and connect with other educators like me. Sharing ideas and learning with and from peers is the most valuable PD out there.”

— Shaundel Krumheuer, Tech Integration Specialist and Teacher Librarian, Billings Senior High School, Montana

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“I love ISTE! It’s the best conference to gather ideas, improve my pedagogy and hone my tech ninja skills. #bestconferenceever”

— Charles Hanosek, Digital Coach, Nebo School District, Utah

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“I love the energy and passionate people at ISTE. This conference is like none other. There is something for everyone!”

— Rita Morenson, Educational Technology Coach and Personalized Learning Coach, Verona Area High School, Wisconsin

Join us in 2 days!

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Virginia: 2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201 USA

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VIP Invite: ISTE20 – 18th CanAm Celebration of Excellence ‘Virtual’ MEETUP, Tuesday, December 1, 4-6pm – Please RSVP

An item from a Canadian-based educational technology organization related to the up-coming ISTE conference.

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Dear Thought Leader,

On behalf of ISTE and the Government of Canada, I’m pleased to invite you to our

18th Annual CanAm VIP Virtual MeetUpCelebrating Excellence in Learning and I nnovation. Tuesday, December 1st, 2020, 4-6pm ET. 

While it’s been a most challenging year, innovation in education has been pivotal in sustaining learning during COVID-19. Congratulations! We want to celebrate you as educators and EdTech partners who have gone beyond the call of duty to make learning happen for students in new and creative ways. While it hasn’t been perfect, we know that the future holds great promise when we get beyond this pandemic.

Our Virtual meetup will feature state-of-the-art technology to allow you to meet and connect live with your peers in the education and technology space–A great opportunity to expand your professional learning network!

We’ll be launching our Canadian EdTech Summit Playbook and Celebrating this Year’s Schools of the Future and Canadian EdTech Award Winners as well.

 
Please RSVP by November 27th

Feel free to drop me a note if you’d like more info, or wish to sponsor, or provide prizes for the event.

I look forward to the opportunity to meet you!

Until next time, Keep the digital learning curve steep!

Robert Martellacci, MA EdTech
Founder & CEO
MindShare Learning Technology
Thank you to our partners!
This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com by robert@mindsharelearning.com
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November 27, 2020

The Lineup Keeps Getting Better! Join Us in 4 Days!

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 4:06 pm
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I believe it is only two days now, as it took me some time to get this item up.

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These visionaries will inspire you!

It all begins in four days! ISTE20 Live is almost here, but we’re not done wowing you with our list of speakers who are sure to captivate you! Join us Nov. 29-Dec. 5!

Jim Knight_v1 LORD JIM KNIGHT, Chief Education Officer, Tes Global
A renowned innovator and legislator, Knight is just the voice you need to hear right now as you navigate complex challenges. He’s an expert in training educators and knowing what resources they need to succeed! 
megan forbes_v1 MEGAN DUVARNEY FORBES, History and English Teacher, Arcadia Unified School District
Forbes is a history content creator with a sense of humor, as evidenced by her blog and YouTube channel called “Too Cool for Middle School.” Find out how she’s teaching social justice through history and literature.
Brandie wright_v1 BRANDIE WRIGHT, Teacher, Dozier Middle School
Wright made big career changes during the pandemic. You’ve got to hear how she’s showing students how to harness their superpowers.
Chris aviles_v1 CHRIS AVILES, Teacher, Knollwood Middle School
Aviles is on the leading edge of one of education’s biggest trends: esports. Hear how he’s growing the movement and why you may want to get in on the fun.
Minnie Bredouw_v1 MINNIE BREDOUW, Executive Director, The Purpose Project
Helping young people build agency and self-direction is her passion. Bredouw wants to let you in on her secret sauce for succeeding with learners.

See our full lineup of featured voices, including Ibram X. Kendi, Dena Simmons and many more!

With 800+ sessions, a custom-built interactive platform and access to content for six months, you’ve got to join us at ISTE20 Live!

REGISTER NOW

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REINVENTING EDUCATION TOGETHER!
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International Society for Technology in Education
621 SW Morrison Street, Suite 800, Portland, Oregon, 97205 USA
Virginia: 2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201 USA

mkbarbour@gmail.com is receiving this email because you signed up for updates from ISTE, are an ISTE member or past conference attendee. To contact customer service, please email iste@iste.org.

Actual savings vary based on type of ISTE20 registration
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