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National Educational Computin Conference in Washington 2009

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Presented by:
    • In cooperation with:
    and Maryland Instructional Computers Coordinators Association Virginia Society for Technology in Education
  • 3. About ISTE
    • The premier membership association for educators and education leaders passionate about Ed Tech.
    • Members are engaged in improving teaching and learning through the effective use of technology in PK–12 and teacher education.
    • Home to the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS).
  • 4. About ISTE
    • More than:
      • 20,000 individual members
      • 79 regional and international affiliate organizations
      • 60 corporations
    • Represents more than 100,000 education leaders and emerging leaders worldwide.
    • Founded: 1979
    Ronetta Banks ISTE Member Since 2008
  • 5. NECC The ISTE Conference
    • ISTE’s annual conference
    • The premier event of its kind in the world
    • ISTE and NECC celebrate their 30th anniversary in 2009.
  • 6. The NECC Experience is…
    • Hands-on, interactive, collaborative
    • An opportunity to meet, network, learn
    • The ultimate venue for educators on the forefront of improving teaching and learning
    • A one-of-a-kind opportunity
  • 7. NECC has something for everyone
    • K–12 Teachers, Faculty Technology Integration Specialists
      • New ideas for integrating technology and promoting 21 st -century learning
      • Sessions with practical and useful technology applications
      • Model lessons that enable you to participate or observe replicable units of instruction
  • 8. NECC has something for everyone
    • Teacher Educators Staff Developers
      • Curriculum ideas for methods courses
      • Models for meeting accreditation requirements
    • Library Media Specialists
      • Model practices for teaching information and media literacy
      • Electronic resources for students, teachers, and administrators
  • 9. NECC has something for everyone
    • Superintendents, Principals Policy Makers
      • Leverage your technology infrastructure for school improvement
      • Leadership development
    • Chief Technology Officers Technology Coordinators
      • Effective solutions for professional learning
      • Proven strategies for technology funding, infrastructure sustainability, and support
  • 10. Hundreds of Sessions, Variety of Formats
    • Concurrent Sessions
    • Spotlight & CEO Spotlight Sessions
    • Panel Discussions
    • Workshops
    • Research Papers
    • Poster Sessions
    • Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions
  • 11. Interactive Formats
    • Problem/Solution Panel: presenters share their solutions to common Ed Tech challenges
    • Model Lesson (in a Model Classroom): an interactive, learn-by-doing environment
    • BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop): a hands-on environment similar to workshops.
    • Open Source Lab: thin client, Linux-based machines for individual exploration
  • 12. Interactive Formats
    • Playgrounds: multiple stations with hands-on activities and hardware/software demonstrations.
      • Art
      • Gaming
      • Math
      • Music
      • Physical Education
      • Science
      • MUVEs
  • 13. Presentation Themes
    • School Improvement
      • Role of technology
    • Ethics & Equity
      • Guidelines, policies, equal access, reaching the underserved
    • Technology Infrastructure
      • Needed technology, resources, and policies
  • 14. Presentation Themes
    • Professional Learning
      • Development of education leaders
    • 21 st Century Teaching & Learning
      • Covers all aspects of technology use in the learning environment
    • Virtual Schooling/E-learning
      • Implementing online courses and e-learning experiences
  • 15. Hot Topics
    • Podcasting
    • Cell Phones
    • Web 2.0
    • Moodle
    • Interactive Boards
    • Second Life
    • Open Source
    • Blogs
  • 16. The largest Ed Tech exhibition in the United States
    • Interactive learning environment
    • The latest products and services
    • More than 500 exhibitors and 1,200 booths
  • 17. Why attend NECC?
    • Past NECC Attendees say it best:
    • “ Always has the top exhibitors and latest trends regarding educational technology.”
    • “ An amazing wealth of information and expertise.”
    • “ What a great feeling it is to collaborate with people who are doing the work it takes to make change!”
    • “ You can’t turn around without learning.”
  • 18. NECC ~ The place to be!
    • Become part of the NECC community…
    • More than 17,500 educators and industry representatives attended NECC 2008.
    Michael Hilkemeijer ISTE Member since 2007
  • 19. We can’t do it without you!
    • Volunteer Your Time & Talent
    • Meet and greet people from all over the world
    • Network with educators from near and far
    • Have fun and contribute to the conference
    • Participate in professional and fun events
    • Receive a free T-shirt
    • Attend a “thank you” volunteer reception
  • 20. Key Dates for NECC 2009
    • October 1, 2008
      • Registration opens
    • October 8, 2008
      • Call for participation closes
    • November 5, 2008
      • Online housing reservations open
    • March 31, 2009
      • Early-Bird registration closes
  • 21. See you in Washington, DC!
  • 22. Contact ISTE
    • Headquarters:
    • 1710 Rhode Island Ave. NW,
    • Suite 900
    • Washington, DC 20036-3132
    • Direct: 1.202.861.7777
    • or
    • 1.866.654.4777 (US & Canada)
    • Fax: 1.202.861.0888
    • Operations:
    • 180 West 8 th Ave.
    • Suite 300
    • Eugene, OR 97401-2916
    • Direct: 1.541.302.3777
    • or
    • 1.866.336.5191 (US & Canada)
    • Fax: 1.541.302.3778
    • Email: [email_address]