Going to conferences is one of the best ways to grow your professional learning network and share your knowledge and experiences with others. Add Twitter to the mix, and you have a recipe for success! With ISTE 2015 quickly approaching, here are 10 tips for getting the most out of using Twitter at the conference.
Want to know which sessions at ISTE are the ones you have to attend? Here’s a list of 10 sessions that we know teachers and educators can truly benefit from!
Dr. Julie Glazer, Assistant Superintendent, and Doug Orr, Supervisor of Technology, have invested a huge amount of time and energy in building this culture, and shared their thoughts and insights with the Imagine Easy team.
With such hectic and demanding schedules, is daily professional development even a feasible option? Yes! I’ve compiled simple steps you can take every day to grow professionally and learn from others, without ever leaving your classroom or office—in 20 minutes or less.
To help you make the most out of the conference, we’re hosting a free webinar to share the hottest sessions, can’t-miss events, and clever conference hacks to ensure your ISTE experience is the best.
I’m gearing up to attend my first Texas ASCD’s Ignite conference in Irving and I’m excited! After looking at the sessions, I figured I’d share with you eight that I’m interested in attending next week.
Successful Project-Based Learning in Middle School Science: Action at Hong Kong International School
Over the past three years, our science teachers have remained tenaciously wedded to the idea of refining project-based learning (PBL) projects to increase student learning.
School leaders set the tone for the rest of a school; here’s how these three attributes can benefit you, your staff, and your students.