The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Live 2022 conference is BACK! With the pandemic shutting down large conferences for most of the past two years, the ISTE conference is finally back in person (however, it is a hybrid conference and providing a virtual option for attendees and presenters). ISTE Live 22 is being held in New Orleans and we’ll be there! If you’ll be one of the many in attendance, then make sure to say hi!
You can also catch AnnMaria, Juliana, and Maria’s presentation “What We Really Need Educators in Indigenous Communities on Raising STEM Achievement” on Monday June 27 from 12:30 – 1:30 PM Central Daylight Time (CDT). Their presentation will focus on their peer-reviewed journal article published in The Rural Educator. Check out more session details below.
We’re looking forward to being at ISTE in person again and connecting with everyone there on technology in education and how customized development helps to tell those untold stories and educate. If you’ll be at ISTE and want to connect, we’d love to meet with you.
Presenters: Dr. AnnMaria De Mars, Juliana Taken Alive and Maria Burns Ortiz
Session Summary: This study addresses “What factors do experts perceive as impacting STEM achievement of students in rural schools with predominantly Indigenous students?” Interviews with experienced educators in tribal communities identified six major themes. This session explores those findings and how they can shape curriculum, funding, technology needs and more.
When: Monday, June 27 from 12:30-1:30 PM Central Daylight Time (CDT)
Where: ISTE Live 22, Room 383-5