ISTE Young Educators Ignite
Listen and learn : Multi-presentation
Wednesday, June 26, 12:00–1:00 pm
Location: Terrace Ballroom I, Level 4 (near Posters)
tzu yu chou Erin D'Elia Alicia Discepola Keri Gritt Jullia Suhyoung Lim Brandon Lutz Alefiya Master Kathryn Nieves Noora Fatima Noushad Adrianne Rose WEN-HSIN TSAI
Attend the third and final round in the series of ISTE Ignite sessions featuring the stories of young educators. Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions in one continuous rapid-fire presentation. 1. "The Self-Paced Classroom," Adrianne Rose. 2. "#Beapreneur, Anypreneur," Alefiya Master. 3. "Coding & Robotics With Our Youngest Students: The Why & How," Keri Gritt. 4. "How to Create a Maker-Mindset Classroom Culture and Pass It On," Tzu Yu Chou. 5. "Stop Being Irrelevant: Leverage Edtech to Create Culturally Responsive Learning Environments," Alicia Discepola. 6. "Give the Full 20%: Bring Passion to Class," Kathryn Nieves. 7. "Bringing Literature to Life Through STEAM," Erin D’Elia. 8. "HoloLens to Help Students With Special Needs Transition into Middle School," Jullia Suhyoung Lim. 9. "Digital Creators, Not Consumers: Empowering Learners With Applied Digital Skills in STEAM," Noora Fatima Noushad
|Audience:||Coaches, Teachers, Teacher education/higher ed faculty|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
|Additional detail:||Session recorded for video-on-demand|
Alicia is Millville Public School District's (Millville, NJ) Digital Literacy and Learning Specialist. She has presented at dozens of regional and national conferences, started #NJED on Twitter, and is a Google for Education Certified Educator (Levels 1 and 2) and Trainer.
Jullia Suhyoung Lim is an Educator and Designer. She likes creating playful and engaging experiences to help students learn more effectively. Watch her recent TED Talk here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUm_EW5oExE to learn how she's using augmented reality (AR) in education.
Noora is a published learning scientist who has led multiple initiatives on imparting mobile computing skills to middle school students across public & private schools in USA. She led the research on a Milken funded project; Code for Philadelphia, a curriculum that focused on building student engagement in STEM through the creation of mobile apps. Her work has been presented at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL) in London & at the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA). She holds an M.S.Ed in Learning Sciences & Technology from University of Pennsylvania. She heads the Design, Tech & Innovation at HXLS
Utilizing educational technology to boost learner success is Adrianne’s passion as an educator. After graduating from Hope College with a degree in Special Education, she knew her role as an educator would include advocating for student needs and embedding assistive technology into student lessons. In 2015, Adrianne earned her Master’s Degree in Learning and Technology and is a Google Certified Educator. Adrianne's major presenting experience includes ISTE, MACUL and GoogleFEST. She is an active member of ISTE Learning Networks, involved in Young Educators Network and will be an ISTE Certified Educator in the Summer of 2019.