Use the program guide below to find the sessions that are most relevant to you.
ISTE 2017 features sessions in several formats to accommodate a variety of learning styles.
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Sit back and soak up the learning. Listen and Learn sessions include:
Lecture. One or more presenters deliver a traditional lecture.
Panel. Two or more experts discuss a specific topic.
Multipresentation. Several presenters deliver a round-robin series of fast-paced perspectives on a common topic or theme.
Snapshot. Two, half-hour presentations focused on a particular solution, tool or resource are combined into a single hour-long lecture session.
Research paper. Two or three research papers are presented consecutively in lecture or roundtable discussion format.
Interact with presenters or peers as you learn. Participate and Share sessions include:
Interactive lecture. Follow the lecture on your own device and participate in hands-on activities.
Poster. Explore a variety of projects in a multibooth environment where you can engage with presenters one-on-one or in small groups.
Learn by doing. Explore and Create sessions include:
BYOD. Explore new resources and develop your skills with extensive hands-on activities using your own device. Participation is free but requires preregistration on a first-come, first-served basis.
Workshop. Dive deep during a 90-minute, three-hour or six-hour workshop. Enrollment is limited, and preregistration and additional fees are required.
Learning academy. Full-day learning opportunities provide a hands-on, curriculum-integrated, project-based series of sessions on a unique topic. Enrollment is limited, and preregistration and additional fees are required.
Playground. Explore experiential environments and "play" with interactive technologies that enhance creativity and learning.
Network and socialize with like-minded peers. Engage and Connect sessions include:
ISTE campfires. Join an informal discussion with colleagues on a topic of common interest.
Meeting. Meet with other participants in a formal, public or private gathering with a structured purpose or agenda.
Social event. These include both hosted and no-host events sponsored by ISTE, an ISTE Professional Learning Network (PLN) or an affiliate partner.
Sponsor activity. Participate in a variety of demonstrations and activities hosted by our conference sponsors.
Find sessions that directly relate to your job by browsing our five major focus areas and related topics.
Digital age teaching and learning covers all aspects of technology use in the learning environment.
Leadership develops and articulates a vision for the role of technology in educational programs.
Professional learning focuses on the training and development of leaders, teachers and other educators.
Technology infrastructure focuses on the technology, resources and policies necessary to build the infrastructure for effective learning, teaching and administration.
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June 25-28, 2017
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