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Program highlights

There are more than 1,000 sessions, informal learning environments and social activities at ISTE 2015. But no need to be overwhelmed because we’ve got your back. Use these simple tools to navigate the conference and stay organized.

  • Program guide: Helps you search based on your area of expertise, role or how you like to learn.
  • Program search: Perform your own searches using filters to narrow sessions to your interests.
  • My Favorites: Log in and click the star next to session titles to save them to your own personal scheduler.

Featured sessions and events

iTools for Educators
Learn to use iTunes U, iBooks and a collection of iPad apps and tools with the iTools for Educators Learning Academy.

Google Tools for Learning
What if you could create, collaborate or communicate better in your classroom? Learn how with Google Tools for Learning.

Soledad O’Brien
Kick off the conference with Soledad O’Brien, award-winning journalist, documentarian, news anchor, producer and television personality who will challenge you to push the limits of education.

Jack Gallagher
On Tuesday, hear from Jack Gallagher, an educator, comedian and father of an autistic son with a perspective on what discoveries can be made when we’re pushed to the limit of understanding.

Josh Stumpenhorst
Wrap up the event with insight on the new teacher revolution with 2011-12 Illinois Teacher of the Year and ISTE Emerging Leader, Josh Stumpenhorst.

Join us for these five mini-keynotes featuring inventors to researchers to social entreneurs who will inspire and intrigue.

Leadership strand
How do you build a team and infrastructure to support digital age change? What do learning environments look like when distributive leadership is practiced? We’ve got sessions, forums and special events tailored specifically for education leaders who want to delve into school and districtwide issues and solutions.

Young Educator strand
Learn, collaborate and network with your peers under the age of 35 who face the same challenges as you and come together to find new solutions.

Sponsor solutions
Our Mission and Gold sponsors not only help make registration affordable for you, they also have a host of solutions for all your ed tech needs.

Learning playgrounds
You can “play” with the latest tools from mobile to augmented reality to makerspaces in each of the playgrounds.

Pennsylvania specific
Pennsylvania and other regional attendees may enjoy the sessions hosted by the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications & Technology (PAECT).

Get access to all this and more when you register for ISTE 2015.

Bring ISTE 2015 to you!

Learn how to ignite passion in your students, lead them to discovering their innovation and guide their storytelling voices with ISTE Live, our virtual conference. ISTE Live features three days of live-streamed conference sessions — including all three keynotes — with moderated chat discussions, exclusive presenter Q&A interviews and daily peer networking sessions.

Preview ISTE

Watch the recording from this virtual sneak peek of ISTE 2015. Topics include makerspaces, Genius Hour, EdCamp, peer-to-peer coaching and personalized and project-based learning. ISTE 2015 is just around the corner—have you built your schedule yet? Be sure to check out our preconference events so you don’t miss out!

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Explore revolutionizing topics

The ISTE Conference & Expo is brimming with leading-edge ed tech innovations and ideas you can use right away! Check out the videos below to get a taste of the learning opportunities you’ll find at ISTE 2015.

The why behind 3D printing

Computer-controlled fabrication is already revolutionizing a broad swath of industries, from health care to food technology. But will it transform your classroom?

8 essential elements of PBL

Project-based learning begins with a driving question, and students learn what they need to know en route to answering it.

3 stories of love & audacity

When students use design thinking to solve real-world problems, they build confidence as well as skills. In this EdTekTalk, architect Emily Pilloton shares the transformative power of designing and building with love.