Education leaders — superintendents, district leaders, site leaders and school board members — are tasked with influencing change. The ISTE Conference & Expo is where education leaders turn to hone their change-agent status, discover strategies that work and learn to think differently.
At ISTE 2017, leaders like you will find curated events and sessions to help guide education transformation and empower your team.
Prepare to implement a 1:1 program, examine case studies on successful transitions to mobile learning and discover the global tech trends that are changing the future of education. These sessions are ideal for school and district leaders who are leading the charge for education transformation.
You can also explore the program by the topics that matter to you. Discover sessions that align with your passions.
We’ll launch the refresh of the ISTE Standards for Administrators at a special session called “Digital Age Leaders: Refreshing the ISTE Standards for Administrators” on Sunday, June 25 at 9 a.m. This free, registration-required event will feature a keynote speaker, standards refresh-related activities and a continental breakfast.
Kick off your conference experience by discovering how to navigate ISTE 2017 through a leadership lens while leveraging technology to accelerate your school or district’s improvement efforts. Join your peers for this illuminating introductory session.
Learn hands-on at the new Leadership Playground where you can explore several stations on topics like empowering student voice, empowering teacher voice, enabling community voice, finding your personal voice and more.
Ushering in large-scale change at a school or district requires leadership and a cultural shift among all team members. That’s why many education leaders send an entire team to the ISTE Conference & Expo to gather ideas and collaborate on solutions.
Supercharge your team’s potential with group registration.
“As a principal and leader in my community, participating in ISTE really opened my eyes to how much educators really want to connect, share and get better. It is a motivational experience and makes you believe that we are better as an industry when we share and work together.” — Russ Schwartz, Principal, Park Trails Elementary School, Broward County, Florida
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June 25-28, 2017