Earning credit at ISTE 2015
Put your conference hours to work! Apply for graduate-level credit.
Dominican University of California
Located in the San Francisco bay area and accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Dominican University of California offers a full professional development program for credentialed educators. At ISTE 2015, this school will offer a range of 1-3 credits for attending the conference and implementing the ideas you discover. View the syllabus and registration information or stop by their kiosk onsite in the registration area to meet with a university representative.
Questions? Contact Karianne Pulli at 800.626.5080.
California State University San Marcos
In partnership with the North San Diego County Professional Development Federation and the San Diego Office of Education, California State University San Marcos is also offering 1- and 2-credit options for attending and summarizing your experience at ISTE 2015 through its Extended Learning—Teacher Education program. View the registration information.
Questions? Contact Alex Fresh at 760.750.8617.
Continuing education units
ISTE 2015 is an approved content provider for continuing education units (CEUs) in select states. If you’re a resident of one of these states, you can download a PDF with the information and forms you’ll need to get credit:
Wyoming - Sign In Form
If you don’t live in one of the states listed above, you may still be eligible to get credit. Prior to the conference, contact your local school district or state Department of Education to find out how to secure CEUs.
Build your certificate of attendance
Track the sessions you attended in your Favorites list to generate an official certificate of attendance, which is a requirement for many state CEU programs. Any preregistration events, such as workshops and BYOD sessions, are added automatically.