ISTE Game Night/LAN Party: Networking with Games

Location: Room Stars Ballroom 4

Engage and connect

[Engage and connect : Social event]

Monday, June 26, 5:30–7:30 pm
Location: Room Stars Ballroom 4

Trish Cloud   Dr. Michele Haiken   Sherry Jones   Chris Luchs   Kae Novak   Ryan Rasar   Lauren Thurman  
A time for Gamers of all ages and genres to gather and network with other players and educators. There will be an assortment of tables featuring popular digital and analog games to facilitate game aficionados getting together, socializing, networking, and mentoring as they indulge in their favorite pastime.

Attendee devices: Devices useful
Attendee device specification: Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: PC, Chromebook, Mac
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows

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Proposal summary

Additional Information

This will be the 4th Annual LAN Party/Game Night Social. It is a social gathering for gamers of all ages and platforms. The purpose is to provide a space where ISTE members can socialize, network, share their favorite game and find others that play the same games. We will have volunteer champions who will showcase their favorite games and talk about how they see its application to education. So come and hangout with Games & Sims Network and explore the value of games and the community that surrounds them.

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Presenters

Trish Cloud, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Technology

Dr. Michele Haiken, Rye Middle School/Manhattanville College

Sherry Jones, Rocky Mountain College of Art +Design

Chris Luchs, Colorado Community College System

Kae Novak, Front Range Community College

Ryan Rasar, Nevada Virtual Academy

I live in Henderson, NV and am the STEM Coordinator for Nevada Virtual Academy, an online public charter school. I'm passionate about integrating STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) across grades K-12 and teaching students the skills necessary to be creators of the technology of tomorrow, not just consumers of the technology of today. I am an advocate of school choice and believer that students need help and encouragement from mentors, teachers, parents, family and friends to develop their unique talents. On the weekends you'll find me on a golf course, relaxing with my family, or cheering for the Seattle Seahawks.


Lauren Thurman, Escambia County School District

Technology-charged
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San Antonio

June 25-28, 2017

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