Help make connected learning a reality for all students by sharing your expertise at ISTE 2014. We’re looking for presentations that advance digital age learning by helping educators leverage technology to empower students, encourage collaboration, introduce real-world problem solving and provide global learning experiences.
We invite educators and students at all levels, from all parts of the world, to submit proposals. We also welcome corporate-sponsored proposals that demonstrate noncommercial uses of technology to transform education.
Proposals must be submitted online by the end of day October 2, 2013.
What We’re Looking For
The goal of all conference content is to help educators develop students’ learning, problem-solving, critical-thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration abilities. We seek content that:
- Takes advantage of student-centered pedagogy that is individualized and differentiated; project, problem or challenge based; and supported by the latest brain research on how students learn
- Increases both the technical knowledge and the technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) of educators and teacher candidates
- Helps develop the leadership skills of students and educators
- Explores systems, models, practices and strategies for achieving digital age learning in formal and informal learning environments, both virtual and face to face
- Provides a model for achieving the ISTE Standards and Common Core State Standards and offers examples of both in action
- Incorporates technical content appropriate for all levels of expertise, from beginner to advanced