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Hapara's ISTE 2019 Sessions Not to Miss

Hapara’s ISTE 2019 sessions not to miss

The full ISTE sessions schedule includes over 1,000 sessions and can be a little overwhelming, so we’ve pulled out some of the sessions we’re looking forward to the most!

What We Learned at ISTE 2018

What we learned at ISTE 2018

This year at ISTE 2018 we sent our good friend Julian Daher out with a camera to learn more about the latest trends and biggest ideas that were brought up in ISTE sessions.

Hapara's ISTE 2018 Sessions Not to Miss

Hapara’s ISTE 2018 sessions not to miss

The full ISTE sessions schedule includes over 1,000 sessions and can be a little overwhelming, so we’ve pulled out some of the sessions we’re looking forward to the most!

A Beginner’s Guide to ISTE

A beginner’s guide to ISTE

ISTE is a conference like no other. It will inspire you, motivate you, energize you, and refresh your practice, but it can also be quite daunting. As someone who has attended five of these in the last 10 years, I have learned a few tricks to make the experience a bit easier.

Deep Learning Pedagogical Practice - Co-constructing success criteria

Deep learning: co-constructing success criteria

Our friend and Hapara Champion Trainer Julian Daher continues to share his expertise on Deep Learning in the latest video in our Teaching with Technology series. This week, Julian discusses one of his favorite practices - co-creating success criteria with learners.

deep learning pedagogical practice

Deep Learning – Pedagogical Practice with Julian Daher

In this first deep dive video, Julian shares how Deep Learning pedagogies have shifted the way he teaches French reading comprehension. He also explains how digital tools like Hapara Workspace and Google Read and Write make these shifts possible.

microcredential hub learning community

How a microcredentials hub supports teacher learning communities

At my school, I noticed that while most of our weekly Friday PD was relevant to everyone (e.g. updates to our testing software), there wasn’t much in terms of choice or voice for our educators. Thinking about the power of skill-sharing in our learning communities, I created a microcredentials hub.

Fostering Teacher Collaboration in a Digital World

Fostering Teacher Collaboration in a Digital World

Today, highly effective educators and schools push teacher collaboration so that it has become a norm. The internet has revolutionized education by changing the question from why should we collaborate to how can we foster professional collaboration in a digital world?

Building meaningful relationships with learners in a digital classroom

Building meaningful relationships in a digital classroom

In a digital classroom, it is true that, if not used intentionally, technology can add a cold and disconnecting element to our classrooms. However, it also possible for technology to be used in ways that add value to our relationships and bring teachers and students closer to together.

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