ISTE 2015: What you need to know from the K-12 IT mega-gathering
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K-12's premier ed tech conference saw almost 21,000 educators descend upon the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia last week for the 2015 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference. Education Dive was on hand to hear about the latest best practices in deploying tech in the classroom and to check out the latest ed tech products and innovations on display.
We've compiled a complete list of our ISTE coverage below. Keep an eye on this page as we continue rolling out additional coverage over the next few days.
Monday at ISTE 2015: Google's Cardboard, what works in 1:1, and fed talks: Get caught up on the sessions and all of the latest announcements from Google, NWEA, Samsung, and more.
Ed Dept's Culatta: Tech must do more than digitize the traditional [ISTE 2015]: The department is rolling out a new tool to spread the word about what's working nationwide.
FCC's Rosenworcel: Students need broadband at home, too [ISTE 2015]: Averting the 'homework gap' is critical to ensuring equity, says the commissioner.
Tuesday at ISTE 2015: STEM and baseball, Blackboard, and 'School 2.0': The announcements might have slowed down by day two, but there was still plenty to take in.
District tech leaders share 4 tips for device deployment success [ISTE 2015]: Despite the spotlight on Los Angeles' iPad flop, California administrators say 1:1 can be done
3 key questions to consider on the path to School 2.0 [ISTE 2015]: During one of the show's most interesting panels, experts tackled everything from corporate involvement to standardization.
9 ed tech developments to note from ISTE 2015: Whether you missed the giant K-12 ed tech show in Philly or just didn't have time to see everything on display, we've got you covered.
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