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Intel® Education at ISTE 2014

June 28-July 1, 2014

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference and Expo is the premier forum for exploring and exchanging ideas about education technology. The event attracted more than 18,000 educators and education leaders from around the globe. Attendees enjoyed world-class keynotes, hundreds of sessions, and a massive expo, showcasing the latest education technology products and services.

Intel at ISTE 2014: The World is Your Classroom

Advancing Excellence in Education Worldwide. Intel® Education brings together the high-quality technology, content, services, and professional development that empowers the people of education to be their best for students.

Activities at ISTE 2014 included:

Intel executives at ISTE

Executive Videos

Intel® Education Vice President John Galvin on Intel's global missionwhat's new in education, and the future of education.

Dr. Eileen Lento on education transformation, Intel's holistic model, and technology in schools.

Intel teachers at ISTE

Teacher Videos

Dyane Smokorowski - connecting with the world to engage students with experts and cultural exchanges

Gail Holmes - classroom tools that help motivate students in a new space

Glen Westbroek - formative assessment in the science classroom

Jill Pierce - how devices can be used to improve digital literacy 

Megan Power - using technology to break down walls and focus on students as content creators

Rebecca Leifert - improving learning with technology and personal devices

Suzy Brooks - using social media in the classroom

Vanessa Jones - how teachers go from learner to facilitator to enhance STEM curriculum

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The world is your classroom
Explore a photo mosaic of education heroes we met at the ISTE 2014 conference and discover how the world is your classroom.

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Pre ISTE: Tech & Learning CIO Summit, June 26-27
Intel keynote speakers discussed big data in education: How does big data differ from big data sets? What impact does it have on education?

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Brian Lewis, ISTE CEO

“Education must continue to innovate. The rapid pace of global change means we can’t avoid it. As educators and education leaders, we have to empower students to succeed in and create a world we can’t anticipate.”

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