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Learning guide

How do you like to learn?

ISTE19 features sessions in several formats to accommodate a variety of learning experiences.

Listen and Learn
Lecture

Traditional

Panel

Moderator and 2-3 panelists

Research paper

Presentation, roundtable discussion or poster demonstration

Snapshot

Micropresentation on a specific solution, tool or content provider solution

Participate and Share
Interactive lecture

Some activities for audience participation

Poster

Demonstration style with 1:1 or group interaction

Explore and Create
Bring your own device (BYOD)

Hands-on activities

BYODex

Extended BYOD session

Playground

Experiential environments

Workshop

Premium content; in-depth exploration

Engage and Connect
Hosted activity

Dynamic content from conference sponsors

Trip/tour

Discover the local community through an educational institution visit or walking tour

Meeting

Formal, public or private gathering with a structured agenda

Social event

Get together of like-minded participants

Earning credit

ISTE19 is an approved content provider for continuing education units (CEUs) in select states. If you don’t live in one of the states listed, you may still be eligible to receive credit. Prior to the conference, contact your local school district or state Department of Education to find out how to secure CEUs.

Pennsylvania
PAECT can provide up to 48 credits to attendees. Visit the PAECT Regional Space located in the Broad Street Lobby for more information.

New Jersey
Track the sessions you attended in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after the conference and work directly with your district to receive credit. Additionally, record the presenter(s) of each session on your certificate to meet NJ minimum documentation requirements.

Idaho
Track the sessions you attended in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after the conference and work directly with your district to receive credit. You will also need to provide an official verification of completion and a PDU hour schedule.

Indiana and Washington
Track the sessions you attended in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after the conference and work directly with your district to receive credit.

Oregon
Work directly with an OR ESD to receive credit. Track the sessions you attended in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after the conference.

Graduate 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 2019, this school will offer up to two credits for attending the conference and implementing the ideas you discover. View the syllabus and register online or stop by their kiosk at the conference to meet with a university representative.

Questions? Contact Lisa Johnson-Bowers at 330-289-9159.

Need help designing your ISTE experience?

ISTE19 offers over 1,400 sessions, three keynotes, 18 playgrounds and dozens of other experiences both in the convention center and at locations around Philadelphia. So, where do you start? ISTE has gathered a team of educators who are excited to help you answer that question! Visit the Learning Journey Design Desk, located in the Grand Hall during the conference, and meet with Program Designers to create your personalized learning path. Our Designers are all past program committee members, who have years of conference experience under their belts. They can help you with tricks and tips to make the most of your four days, offer suggestions on crafting a schedule specific to your job and interests or simply figuring out the first steps. Talk to one of our experts during these hours at ISTE19:

Sunday, June 23 -Tuesday, June 25, 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
Wednesday, June 26, 7-11 a.m.

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