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Follow Common Sense Education at ISTE 2018

Get exciting updates on new resources for next school year!

June 08, 2018
Erin Wilkey Oh Executive Editor, Education Content and Distribution
Common Sense Education

CATEGORIES Common Sense News

From June 24 to 27, thousands of techy educators will convene in the Windy City to share, connect, discuss, and learn about all topics related to technology in education. The Common Sense Education team will be among them, presenting and participating in a range of events throughout the week.

Sneak Peeks and Big Prizes

If you're able to be at the conference in person, be sure to stop by our booth, #782, for a chance to win a day of in-person digital citizenship training from Common Sense, valued at $3,000. You'll also get to see a sneak peek of exciting new digital citizenship resources coming for back to school 2018!

Backchannel

If you won't be at ISTE (#NotAtISTE) but want in on the action, you can follow us on Twitter (@CommonSenseEd) to get live tweets from the conference. Our team members will be sharing insights from the sessions and checking out the edtech buzz in the exhibit hall.

Presentation Schedule

Here's a quick look at what the Common Sense Education team members and Ambassadors are presenting at ISTE this year:

Sue Thotz, Common Sense Education Senior Program Manager
Barbara Huth, Common Sense Education Mid-Atlantic D.C. Metro Area

Removing Barriers to Learning: Finding Tools to Reach All Students Through Design

Wednesday, June 27, 8:30–9:30 a.m.
Location: W192b

Patricia Brown, Common Sense Education Ambassador
Computer Science Network & NCWIT (PLN) Social Event
Digital Equity Network (PLN) Social Event
Why Digital Equity Matters!

Rebecca Chambers, Common Sense Education Ambassador
EdTech Coaches Playground: Tools for Coaches? Yeah, We've Got 'Em

David Lockhart, Common Sense Education Ambassador
Snap1A: If You Wanna Flip It, Touchcast It

Blair Mishleau, Common Sense Education Ambassador
CRT and EdTech Go Together Like PB&J: Let's Jam!
Personalize Your STEM Instruction with Educational Hip-Hop Videos and Activities

Nancy Penchev, Common Sense Education Ambassador
Connecting Children and Coding
Hey, Can You Do This? Students Mentoring Students in Robotics Class
Snap2A: Integrating Digital Citizenship in the ELA Classroom
Why Every Middle and High School Needs a STEM Class

Brian Smith, Common Sense Education Ambassador
Digital Equity Network (PLN) Social Event
Digital Equity Network: What Digital Equity Means Today!
Why Digital Equity Matters!

EdTech Karaoke Pre-Party 

If you're planning to attend EdTech Karaoke at ISTE this year, keep an eye out for the Common Sense Education team. You can also catch two members of our team on stage in the house band for the EdTech Karaoke Pre-Party, hosted by SETDA and Symbaloo. Be sure to RSVP for the SETDA EdTech Karaoke Pre-Party using the pasword "setda18."