ISTE 2010 Resources



Whether you attended ISTE 2010 or not, you can keep accessing conference resources all year long by using the conference program search tool. Below we've included just a few addressing curriculum-focused Web 2.0 topics. Look for our next edition of the Web 2.0 Toolkit in August for even more free resources!
The descriptions below include the NETS that align with each resource. If you are not yet familar with ISTE's NETS, click here to learn more.
Conference session with video and handouts: Beyond Boundaries: Exploring Global Themes in the Elementary Curriculum Jessica Lancaster shares tools for students to create, share, and experience the world around them. Learn how to apply Bloom's Digital Taxonomy to student projects. Includes leveled activities for the tourist to the experienced traveler.
NETS•A2, NETS•A5, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•S6, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4

Conference Session with handouts: Creating Student Sleuths: Primary Source Investigation Joyce Mason and Stephanie Kline demonstrate how to engage students and develop their 21st-century skills. Discover innovative ways to use digital tools with primary resources from the National Archives. Requires Digital Vaults—Make a Movie, Adobe Flash 9.0, and Cutepdfwriter.
NETS•A2, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•T2
Conference session with handouts and website: Take This Book and Map It! Terry Cavanaugh and Jerome Burg teach how to use Web 2.0 geographical tools to access and create virtual field trips based on reading content setting information.
NETS•A2, NETS•A3, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S6, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3

Conference session with handouts: Using Web 2.0 and Community Journalism to Improve Communication Skills Jill Armstrong shows how to motivate and engage students through writing for a real audience. Learn from youth reporters the skills and tips that have helped them become better communicators. Participants will receive tips on interviewing, journalism basics, writing a review, photography, and avoiding plagiarism. They will also tour NextGen, a Web 2.0 site where fourth through eigth grade students post stories, photos, and blogs and comment on each other's writing.
NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4

Conference session with website: C-Cubed: Collaborate, Communicate, Connect with Web 2.0 Tools in Mathematics Classrooms Lucy Bush and Jeffrey Hall demonstrate how to get your students to collaborate, communicate, and connect. Learn about the latest Web 2.0 tools and their effective integration in the mathematics classroom.
NETS•A2, NETS•A3, NETS•A5, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S6, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T4
Conference session with website: Tiny Techies: Web 2.0 in the Early Elementary Classroom Melodie Brewer and Cristy Diaz help you discover Web 2.0 and how it can be used with today's youngest learners to enhance creativity, communication, and collaboration. Explore student work, and watch tiny techies in action!
NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•T2

Conference session with wiki: Creating an Educational Follow Me Project Jim Beeghley, Sarah Beeghley, and Brandon Lutz show how the Follow Me Project brings people together through the use of Web 2.0 tools that follow stuffed animals traveling the globe.
NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•T2
Conference Kickoff resources View the video assets, excellence quote loop, and monster images used during the ISTE 2010 Conference Kickoff featuring NPR media guru Mario Armstrong.
NETS•T1

Conference session with handouts and website: Leading Effective Technology Integration in Schools Jo Williamson will help you move your teachers beyond PowerPoint. Explore a framework and secure, homegrown Web 2.0 tools to help educators find, use, and share engaging, student-centered resources.
NETS•A1, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•S6, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4, NETS•T5

Conference session with handouts: Professors Modeling Technology Use for Not Very Tech-Savvy Future Teachers Darci Harland and Rena Shifflet share practical applications for modeling Web 2.0 tools within teacher education courses.
NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4, NETS•T5

Conference Session with handouts and website: Remix: Blending Creative Works to Show Mastery of Classroom Content Joanna Seymour, TJ Fletcher, Douglas Kiang, Bob Lee and Katie Morrow share a proven workflow of creatively combining media elements that educators can use to enhance learning in any classroom and any subject!
NETS•A3, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4

Conference session with video and website: Seven Steps to Flatten Your Classroom Julie Lindsay and Vicki Davis explore the essential steps to connect your classroom locally and globally to create meaningful and authentic learning communities using Web 2.0 tools and emerging technologies.
NETS•A1, NETS•A2, NETS•A3, NETS• A4, NETS•A5, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•S5, NETS•S6, NETS•T1, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T4, NETS•T5

Conference workshop with wiki: Using Social Media Applications to Build Your Personal Learning Network Leigh Zeitz demonstrates how personal learning networks enable you to round up the Wild Web of Information that confronts you daily. Social media applications make PLNs possible.
NETS•T3, NETS•T5

Conference session with web resources: Innovative Leadership in a Participatory Web 2.0 World Cheryl Lemke shares seven key design elements to drive the mind shifts and culture shifts essential for tomorrow’s schools. Be the change: shift thinking, policy, and practice to a Web 2.0 culture.
NETS•A1, NETS•A2, NETS•S1, NETS•S2, NETS•S3, NETS•S4, NETS•T2, NETS•T3

Conference session with video and website: Implementing and Integrating NETS•T: Moving Teachers toward Transformative Technology Aron Sterling, Amy Crowley-Gonsoulin, and Kurt Kohls share free, fun strategies and Web 2.0 tools to help you reach new levels on the journey toward transformative technology use aligned with NETS•T.
NETS•A1, NETS•A3, NETS• A4, NETS•T2, NETS•T3, NETS•T5