Excitement is building for our 31st annual conference in the breathtaking city of Denver! We’ve set our sights even higher this year, building off our amazing conference in Washington, DC, in June 2009.
Plan now to keep ISTE 2010 in your sights and budget. ARRA/stimulus monies, including formula and competitive grant monies, can be used to integrate technology into the classroom, improve achievement through the use of technology, and/or provide required supporting professional development.
For 30 years educators have known this premier ed tech conference as the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC). Now named ISTE’s Annual Conference & Exposition, ISTE 2010 remains the annual event that educational technology professionals return to year after year.
Save by registering early to take advantage of pricing discounts!
Online housing reservations will open November 4.
Online Call for Proposals—Open Until October 7
Do you have amazing ideas, solutions, or best practices that you can’t wait to share with your peers? Submit a proposal by October 7, 2009, and you could be a presenter at ISTE 2010 in Denve
Dynamic, experienced presenters interested in engaging their audience in innovative ways should also consider submitting proposals for workshops, the highly interactive Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) sessions, Model Lessons, and Open Source Labs.
ISTE members and non-members from outside the U.S. are especially invited to submit, as are representatives of the corporate sector!
Global Connections and 2009 Conference Resources
Many of you who attended NECC 2009 in Washington DC have remained connected through ISTEVision, ISTE Connects, our Twitter account, ISTE’s page on Facebook, and through our member/customer email communique like ISTE Update.
Besides all the great participant, presenter, and keynote videos on the ISTEVision Video Network ), you can find a wealth of additional conference resources on the NECC 2009 microsite, including handouts and research papers.
There’s no time like the present to get engaged and stay engaged with ISTE!
Colorado Convention Center
June 27–30, 2010
* formerly the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)