[Itech] Fwd: Share your passion—submit a proposal for ISTE 2011

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Fri Sep 17 10:21:03 EDT 2010


This is very close to us and a great place to present your research.  This
is a huge conference of over 10,000 participants so there are many
opportunities to present and meet people in the field.

Dr. Franklin

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From: ISTE2011 <iste2011 at iste.org>
Date: Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 5:31 PM
Subject: Share your passion—submit a proposal for ISTE 2011
To: franklit at ohio.edu


  Dear Educator,
The weeks have flown by since we saw many of you at ISTE 2010 in Denver, and
it’s time already to ask you to put your passion for learning and teaching
with ed tech down in the form of a presentation proposal for ISTE 2011 in
Philadelphia <http://www.isteconference.org>.
The success of ISTE’s conference is directly related to the expertise
brought by ISTE members and our community—this includes attendees,
presenters, exhibitors, and volunteers.

We’re fortunate each year to receive hundreds of incredible presentation
proposals, and we strive to select the brightest ideas and best practices
from experts in the field.

* *
*Online Call for Proposals Open September 15 – October 13, 2010*
 *  *
Submit your proposal now to present at ISTE 2011 in
Submission opportunities are divided into four major
a variety of themes
and strands<http://www.isteconference.org/ISTE/2011/program/themes_and_strands.php>.
We are seeking content that addresses digital age learning and takes
advantage of student-centered pedagogy as well as digital tools and

*NOTE: *ISTE’s recent database upgrade requires returning customers to reset
their password at initial login to the conference
You will receive a password reset link sent to the email address in our

Digital age learning is authentic, real-world, rigorous, collaborative, and
global. Student-centered pedagogy is individualized and differentiated;
project, problem, or challenge based; and/or supported by the latest brain
research on how students learn. The goal of all conference content is to
help educators develop students’ learning, problem solving, critical
thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration abilities.

Start putting your best education solutions “on paper” now, and please note
the *firm deadline of October 13*. Learn
more<http://www.isteconference.org/ISTE/2011/program/>or e-mail
conf-program at iste.org if you have questions.



*Join the New ISTE 2011 Conference Ning*

ISTE has launched the 2011 conference Ning <http://www.iste2011.org> just in
time for our Call for Proposals! Join now by importing your profile from the
ISTE 2010 Ning <http://www.iste2010.org> (if you were a member), or sign up
as a new member. It’s easy, and you’ll find the conference Ning a great
place for conference-specific information from your colleagues and ISTE
staff. Visit the Ning <http://www.iste2011.org> now for information and tips
on submitting your proposal and check back often for valuable shared info to
help you prepare and plan your trip to ISTE
2011<http://www.isteconference.org>in Philadelphia.

 Thank you in advance for taking the time to submit a proposal or join the
conference Ning community!

   Leslie Conery, PhD
2011 Conference Chair

Donella Evoniuk
Senior Director
ISTE Conference Services

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“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas.” - Linus Pauling

Dr. Teresa Franklin
Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Dept. Educational Studies
Gladys W. & David H. Patton College of Education and Human Services
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
740-593-4561 (office)
740-593-0477 (fax)
also: franklinteresa at gmail.com
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