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The ISTE Blog is where edtech experts share practical strategies and ideas that educators can easily adapt for their classrooms, schools and districts. Aligned with the ISTE Standards, these posts help educators use tech to revolutionize learning.
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Professional Development & Well-Being
6 Ways To Attend ISTELive 24 on a Budget
February 13, 2024

You want to attend ISTELive 24, the edtech event of the year, but money is tight. Here are 6 ways to save money and fund your conference experience. 

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Artificial Intelligence
Minecraft Education Is a Game — and a Learning Tool!
February 7, 2024

Minecraft Education is more than a popular game. It's a platform that gives educators tools to teach collaboration, assessment, coding and more.

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5 Tips for AI Classroom
Artificial Intelligence
5 Tips for Using AI in the Classroom
February 2, 2024

Integrating artificial intelligence into daily practice in the classroom is no longer a choice but a prerequisite for preparing students for a tech-infused future.

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Teaching Strategies
How To Make MLK Day Meaningful for Students
January 11, 2024

When observing MLK Day, focusing on social justice and activism is a better way to commemorate Martin Luther King's legacy than relying on posters and sharing quotes. 

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Cellphones in school
Advocacy, Policy & Funding
Do Smartphones Belong in Schools? A Look at Different Approaches
January 8, 2024

As school smartphone bans take hold across the country, some education experts caution that the ubiquitous devices play a vital role in communication and school work. 

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13 Competitions To Get Your Students Fired Up About STEM
December 19, 2023

Are your students intimidated by STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)? Win them over by letting them collaborate in one of these fun online STEM challenges for middle and high schoolers.

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