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Join Intel at ISTE 22, hybrid event for edtech

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by Peter Krass on 06/23/2022
Blog Category: devices

School may be taking a summer break, but education technology leaders are still hard at work. They’ll be gathering soon at this year’s conference of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

ISTE’s 2022 conference will be a hybrid event with live proceedings in New Orleans and virtual speakers and events online. This 4-day event is happening June 26-29, and there will be 2 sessions to help attendees learn more about Intel’s initiatives to bring edtech expertise and training to educators.


ISTE 22 will feature more than 800 sessions on topics including sustainable use of tech, preparing educators for flexible learning, and finding the best edtech products.

Reflecting the event’s hybrid nature, you can attend with any of 3 pass types:

> All access: Attend all sessions either in person in New Orleans or attend remotely from any location.

> Year-round: Attend virtual and livestreamed sessions, get access to recorded sessions for 6 months, and more.

> Lite Virtual: Attend 100+ virtual-only sessions, and gain access to 200+ recorded sessions for 6 months.

Two sessions at ISTE ’22 will focus on Intel’s edtech offerings:

> Intel Skills for Innovation: Leading the Learning Experience

June 27, 1 – 2 p.m. CT

In this live event, you’ll hear how changes in the workforce are making a direct impact on the skills needed to teach students—and the types of technologies required in our classrooms.

All workshop attendees will receive a code to access Intel’s Skills for Innovation instructional resources.

This session will be presented by Cigdem Ertem, Intel’s global director for education and public sector sales, client computing.

> Intel Skills for Innovation: Tools that Motivate to Innovate

June 27, 4 – 5:30 p.m. CT 

In this live session, you’ll learn about Intel’s latest initiatives, including tools, to motivate students and inspire them to demonstrate mastery in new, innovative ways.

All participants will receive access to Intel’s Skills for Innovation professional-development resources and more than 70 ready-to-use technology-infused lessons for developing skills for the future.

Speakers at this session will include Thomas Ashley of CDW Government and education consultant Ari Flewelling.

Learn more about Intel at ISTE ‘22


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