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ISTE Live 2014 On-Demand

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$149.00 Non-member price
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Get a taste of ISTE Live 2014 content



Want more ideas for using technology to achieve deeper learning? With ISTE Live 2014 On-Demand you get more than 90 recorded sessions from ISTE 2014 on topics ranging from 1:1 to flipped learning.

ISTE Live 2014 includes all of the recorded sessions from the virtual conference, plus approximately 50 additional sessions of video-on-demand recordings from ISTE 2014— the world's most comprehensive ed tech conference and expo.

The full package includes:

  • 20 ISTE Live recordings, with audience text chat transcripts and presenter Q&A.
  • 72 VOD recordings of our most popular sessions from ISTE 2014.

Did you attend ISTE 2014 or ISTE Live?
ISTE 2014 registrants will have access to the video on-demand recordings. ISTE Live attendees will have access to the session recordings, including the chat transcripts, and the video on-demand from the physical conference. To access the recorded sessions, login to your attendee menu.

Sessions from ISTE Live:

Session title Presenter
Cinematic storytelling wth iPads and iPhones Michael Hernandez
Classroom gymnastics: Using Edmodo and BYOD to blend and flip classrooms Elizabeth Calderwood
Cloud-based maps engage students from anywhere on any device Roger Palmer
Creating student centered media projects with iPads Sam Gliksman
Enhancing student engagement by infusing social media with course content Cassie Raulston
Flipping the Google Apps classroom With Chromebooks and Nexus tablets Jennifer Middaugh
iPadeology: Staff and student resources for iPad deployment Helene Davitz
iStart to iFinish: Creating student-centered iPad lessons Kristy Andre
ISTE Ignite sessions — Round 3
Snapshot 2 of 2: Transmedia storytelling for teaching math Jean Crawford
Taming the e-book monsters: Managing a successful district virtual library Lisa Perez
Tech that! Extending students' digital environment into the classroom Robert Craven
Thank you Mr. Gutenberg but we've moved on Christine DiPaulo
The digital natives are restless 2.0: Captivating web tools Reuben Hoffman
The PBL and flipped learning connection Michael Gorman
The reflective teacher's tips and tools for guiding PBL Jane Krauss
TIME (tools, integration, models, engagement) for technology coaches Jana Craig Hare
Using infographics to develop visual literacy skills Shirley Farrell
What do you mean there's no notebook? Chris Stephenson
Young teachers and their first-year journey with 1:1 iPads Heather Blake

 

Keynote sessions from ISTE 2014:

Session title Presenter 
Play@Work: Unleashing growth through creativity and innovation Kevin Carroll
The Power and Danger of "What If...?" Jeff Charbonneau

 

Recorded sessions from ISTE 2014:

Session title Presenter 
101 free tech tools for teachers Kimberly Warrner
40 free mobile apps for teachers Kimberly Warrner
Apple, Android and Windows! Chris Rogers
Apps are free for a reason! Learn to evaluate apps Kristy Sailors
Apptastic standards: Using mobile devices to meet the Common Core Elizabeth Calhoon
Bridging gaps through blended learning Lori Roe
Building PBL with Scoot & Doodle Patricia Chang
Coaching for education transformation Kim McMonagle
Connected Learning to the Max with Google+ Charlene Chausis
Conquering the myths of technology George Couros
Creating Innovators: Educating The Students Who Will Change The World Howie Diblasi
Culturally responsive learning technologies Lynnea West
Digital age standards-based field trips Stacy Delacruz
Engage, innovate and transform: Implementing a 1:1 iPad program Phil Hardin
Flip your learning: The intersection of content, curiosity, and relationships Jonathan Bergmann
Fostering excellence through video projects and contests Rushton Hurley
Game on! Gamify your professional learning powered by Blendspace Kate Matthews
Gamification and flipped instruction: A winning combination Philip Vinogradov
Genius hour 20% time: Best practices inspire creativity not chaos Vicki Davis
Going Google Phase 2: Moving from efficiency to innovation Lexi Ballweg
Google Spreadsheets and Forms in the 1:1 classroom Tammy Worcester
Got iPads? Explore instructional strategies and differentiated professional learning Caroline Haebig
Great tech tools that work everywhere! Aaron Svoboda
Green screen "app-ventures" Debra Atchison
If you build it, they will come Christine DiPaulo
iPad STEM activities Ben Smith
ISTE EdTekTalk  
ISTE Ignite sessions — Round 1  
ISTE Ignite sessions — Round 2  
ISTE Iron Chef 2014: The entrée? Lisa Sjogren
Lights, camera, action: Students create music videos to demonstrate learning Kati Searcy
PBLU: Engaging, interactive, rigorous online professional development Dayna Laur
Personalize learning for struggling students using iPad's multimedia recording features Susan Hardin
Piecing together the pedagogical puzzle: Hacking the 1:1 classroom Heather A. Davis
Remix, repurpose, redesign: Promoting student ownership and engagement Candace Marcotte
Special education resources: Technology tools for exceptional learners Melissa Mann
Stop, collaborate and listen: Collaborative writing using Google Drive Adam Carney
Storytelling for the YouTube generation Steve Dembo
Supporting math instruction using Khan Academy: An easy primer Eric Kellerer
Tammy's top 20 technology tips, tricks and tools! Tammy Worcester
Tech commandments II: The revenge Adam Bellow
The audience participation based group smackdown Leslie Fisher
Top 10 classroom tools of the maker movement Sylvia Martinez
Training teachers for the online environment using open educational resources Joe Cozart
Transforming your instructional approach within a 1:1 Chromebook environment Naomi Harm
Trends that bend: Five global tech trends that'll change everything Jason Ohler
Tweet this! Engaging youth in community through social media Sammy Lyon
Untangling the web: The best of collaboration, communication and innovation Steve Dembo
Using Activate Instruction: A free tool to personalize learning Sarah Setiawan
Visible thinking: BYOD tools for quality questioning and formative assessment Tracy Clark
Wonderful world of Wiki teaching: Promoting collaboration and connection Vicki Davis
You Scan Do It! Connecting Creativity and QR Codes Tiffaney Lavoie