Topics will explore how educators can provide opportunities for connection to students during remote learning, how to facilitate learning recovery and solve learning and equity gaps, and how to connect technology to classroom pedagogy to prepare for the future of work.
Conference attendees should pay close attention to the icons next to each session on the online schedule. Presentations are broken into categories that clue you in on what to expect. There are lectures and panels, playgrounds, interactive lectures and more.
For those feeling overwhelmed by the options, ISTE has curated lists of recommended sessions by topic. Social emotional learning, a concept that has found a great deal of traction in K–12 circles since the start of the pandemic last March, is a popular topic attendees can browse further. There are also recommended sessions for those interested in artificial intelligence and computer science, as well as sessions on digital equity, professional development and digital citizenship.
As an all-digital experience, ISTELive 21 can be accessed at the pace that’s right for you, and content will be available in an on-demand library following the event. Keep up with EdTech: Focus on K–12’s coverage on our ISTELive page and via Twitter with the hashtag #ISTELive.