6 Considerations for Education Leaders

ISTE Leadership Forum 2012

The great thing about this conference is that ISTE’s leaders, members, and advisors are constantly thinking about what’s on the change horizon. The conference design grows out of questions such as, “What are the implications of rapid culture shift—driven in very significant ways by technology—for students, learning, teaching, and schools?” And, of course, “What does that mean for education leaders?” Continue reading

Incoming CEO Talks about His Past and His Future with ISTE

Posted By Andra Brichacek. Originally published in The Daily Leader So you think you’ve had a busy week? Just imagine what it was like for Brian Lewis, ISTE’s incoming CEO. Between meeting with ISTE Board members, corporate sponsors, and the … Continue reading

Turning a Teachable Moment into a Global Collaboration with Support from the HP Catalyst Initiative and ISTE

Posted by Leslie S. Conery, ISTE Deputy CEO Our online journey exploring the ways that schools around the world–with support from the HP Catalyst Initiative in partnership with ISTE–are implementing creative approaches to STEM education to transform teaching and learning … Continue reading

The Leadership Landscape Has Changed for Administrators

Posted by Deborah Mersino, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, ISTE Congrats to Scott McLeod, who has deemed today, August 15, 2012, “Leadership Day 12” in honor of his game-changing Dangerously Irrelevant blog’s six-year anniversary and Connected Educator Month. Scott—and … Continue reading

Continuing Our Tour of ISTE’s Global Collaboration Through the HP Catalyst Initiative


Posted by Leslie S. Conery, ISTE Deputy CEO On the second leg of our online global tour of the HP Catalyst Initiative projects that ISTE has had the privilege of working with, we’ll travel more than 7,000 miles from our … Continue reading

The “I” in ISTE: Our Collaboration with Kenyatta University through the HP Catalyst Initiative

Posted by Leslie S. Conery, ISTE Deputy CEO You can’t open a newspaper or listen to the news without hearing about the global economy or the globalization of our society. In fact, while we typically refer to ISTE by its … Continue reading

Educators Urge Congress to Support Technology Professional Development

by Hillary Goldmann, originally posted on the ISTE Community Ning This week Don Knezek and I delivered the ISTE Petition urging Congress and the Obama administration to support professional development for digital learning to Congress. The petition, circulated during ISTE 2012, was signed by … Continue reading

Young Educators Rock San Diego

Members of the Young Educator Network (YEN) gathered at ISTE 2012 to share resources, exchange ideas, and network with like-minded professionals during this year’s conference. Social events organized by YEN volunteers attracted classroom teachers and other educators from all levels … Continue reading