This year at ISTE we’re trying something different.
As you can imagine, a big Hapara pavilion costs more than a few wheelbarrows of money and makes us feel proud and important. But, we’re not sure that the investment is good for our customers or that it positively impacts educators and learners.
So this year, we’re skipping our big Hapara booth and sending a team of staff who will be in the Google and Microsoft partner booths. We’ll also be on the floor meeting with new and existing customers!
Click here to meet up with us at ISTE or find us in the Google and Microsoft booths at the times below:
Hapara in the Google booth:
Tuesday, June 27th from 9:30 am – 12 pm, Booth 1718
Join Hapara in the Google Admin Zone to learn more about our instructional management tools for G-Suite and our new integrations with Google Classroom.
Hapara in the Microsoft booth:
Monday, June 26th at 1pm, Booth 1140
Hapara Champion Lindy Hockenbary will be in the Microsoft Partner Showcase booth, sharing how Hapara Dashboard offers visbility into learning for schools using 0365.
Ongoing, Booth 1700
Head over the Microsoft’s main booth for Hapara demos from their team any time you’re in the Expo Hall.
Even though we don’t have a booth this year, we still plan to make the most out of all that the conference has to offer, and we want help you get the best ISTE 2017 experience possible, too. With presentations from some of our Hapara Champions and sessions on some of our favorite topics, including personalized PD, student voice and choice, and digital adoption, below are some of the sessions we’re looking forward to the most. Be sure to add them to your schedule.
Monday, June 26th
* Differentiate Instruction in the Chromebook Classroom
8:30–9:30 am, 225CD
Hapara Champion Kyle Calderwood and Trish Evans offer easy to replicate methods for differentiating instruction with Chromebooks.
Using Personalization to Reignite Passion for Learning
9:00–10:00 am, 303AB
Join Alexandra Griffen and Kristi Levy to see personalized learning in action and learn how personalization can ignite learners’ passions.
* No More ‘Sit and Get:’ Making Your Training Interactive (B216)
10:30–11:30 am, 205
Join Hapara Champion Jessica Peters for this session on creating interactive, personalized professional learning trainings.
Office 365: Personalizing Learning with the OneNote Class Notebook
11:30 am–12:00 pm, Booth 1700, Expo Hall
Learn how to save time, stay organized and collaborate in a near paperless classroom from Microsoft Educators.
Blended Learning: A Chief Academic Officer’s Perspective
11:30 am–12:30 pm, Stars Ballroom 4
A panel of Chief Academic Officers from around the country will share stories of blended learning in their districts and the work it took to implement these initiatives.
From Digital Citizenship to Digital Leadership: Empowering Learners in Today’s World
June 26, 12:00–1:00 pm, Hemisfair Ballroom 2
In this Listen & Share session, Canadian educator George Couros shares examples of learners using their online presence to improve their own opportunities as well as the lives of others.
Tuesday, June 27th
How to Choose the Right Technology to Meet Instructional Goals
10:15–11:15 am, 212
Learn how to streamline to process of technology procurement in order to make better decisions that align with instructional goals from a panel of experts that includes Dr. Karen Beerer, Giancarlo Brotto, Darren Clay, Michael de la Cruz and Hal Friedlander.
Allowing Voice and Choice in Student Assessments
10:45–11:45 am, 302BC
Join 4th grade teacher Todd Flory and learn how to enable learners to take control of their learning by giving them voice and choice in assessments.
11:45 am–12:45 pm, 301A
A panel of experts from around the country will discuss best practices in IT management and answer your most pressing questions.
12:15–1:15 pm, 213
Join Matthew Fuquay and Gillian Wilson for a session with a unique game show format, during which you’ll be able to discuss the challenges 1:1 schools face and network with other educators from 1:1 districts to come up with solutions to these challenges.
* TeachTechPlay: Inspiring PD Through Empowerment and Connection
1:15–2:15 pm, 206AB, Table 1
Aussie educators and Hapara Champions Corey Aylen, Eleni Kyritsis and Steve Brophy share the story of TeachTechPlay, a professional development program created by teachers, for teachers, that offers inspiration and practical strategies and applications.
Unpacking the 2017 ISTE Standards for Educators: Stories of Success
2:45–3:45 pm, 221C
Gain understanding of the just released ISTE Standards for Teachers with Mia Morrison and Sarah Petersen by looking through the lens of engaging projects and strategies from classrooms around the world.
Wednesday, June 28th
Closing the Digital Gap: How to Get Every Student Access, Everywhere, Anytime
9:00–10:00 am, 217BC
Join a panel of experts to learn how they are addressing issues of digital equity in their districts.
* Flipping In Student-Centered Physical Education
11:00 am–1:00 pm, Tower View Lobby, Table 42
Check out this poster to learn how Robert Nakama, Richard Tran and Mark Yap use technology (including Hapara!) to successfully flip PE.
What does a 21st Century Administrator Look Like?
2:45–3:45 pm, Stars Ballroom 4
Dr. Darryl Adams of Coachella Valley Unified School District shares the tools 21st Century leaders need to engage teachers, students and stakeholders.
Tools to Cultivate Connections and Deeper Learning
June 27, 4:15–5:15 pm, Lila Cockrell Theater
Michelle Baldwin, Adam Bellow, Erin Klein and Kyle Pace share digital tools that can be used to enhance authentic learning experiences and promote the building of connections to deeper learning in and out of the classroom.
* Starred sessions feature Hapara Champions.
Give learners access to the highest quality digital learning materials and resources.