Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Missed ISTE? Catch it via YouTube!

If you missed this year’s International Society of Technology Educator’s (ISTE) conference, that doesn’t mean you missed out on all the fun. You can still catch much of the excitement via ISTE’s YouTube channel which features conference keynotes and highlights.  

To follow you’ll find what is showing in each day’s playlist.

PreConference Videos
Find best practices and tips that make ISTE a great experience and see what happened at the Social EdCon where the top bloggerati and Twitterati come together to meet face to face.

Worth watching:

  • Top Ten Tips
  • Social EdCon

Sunday Playlist
See Peggy Sheehy and Mario Armstrong sharing the importance of great partnerships in full costume as she performs theatrical renditions of some of the hottest partnerships from the big screen such as Spock, Robin, and the Scarecrow.  Then watch Sir Ken Robinson’s keynote and panel session which featured Marc Prensky and Mayim Bialik on the topic of "Redefining Horizons: Encouraging Students' Passion to Achieve."

Worth watching:

  • Conference kickoff with Peggy Sheehy
  • Sir Ken Robinson keynote

Monday Playlist
Get out of the sessions and onto the floor with Monday’s videos which feature some of the kids who attended ISTE as well as highlights from the exposition floor and exhibit hall.

Worth watching:
  • Kids at ISTE
  • Exposition floor and exhibit hall highlights and reactions

Tuesday Playlist
Hear ISTE CEO Don Knezek share highlights of the last decade. Then watch Dr. Yong Zhao address ISTE attendees on the topic of " Global, Creative, and Entrepreneurial: Defining High-Quality Education." Zhao discusses how we prepare students for their future when globalization and rapid technological changes make it almost impossible to predict what the future will be like?

Worth watching:
  • Highlights of the last decade - Don Knezek
  • Dr. Yong Zhao keynote

Wednesday Playlist
Find out what stood out for the kids and adults who attended ISTE.  Then get a look behind the scenes of the ISTE special interest groups.

Worth watching:
  • Kids and attendees takeaways
  • Special interest groups

Whether you missed a keynote or the conference, you can still catch up on the highlights by tuning into these playlists from the comfort of your home or office.  If you want to discuss what you saw and see what others thought you can check out the comments.

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