ISTE Commons

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Welcome to the ISTE Commons – an open network where you can connect with ISTE members and the wider ISTE community by participating in discussions and sharing resources.

Our passion is helping you connect with like-minded educators in virtual communities where creativity and ideas flow. Every new connection you make is an opportunity to discover game-changing ideas and engage in deep collaboration. Your relationships with colleagues across the globe can open new doors and lead you and your students toward new learning experiences.

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  • Do you know someone who has done an awesome project with students that uses an online tool or resource? If so, please nominate them or ask them to nominate themselves and their students! Any K-12 or college teacher or group can apply or be nominated. ...

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  • It's 2017: Let's Close the 'Inclusion Gap' In our Schools In 2017, lets raise the bar from providing the least restrictive environment to the most inclusive environment for students with disabilities. More than 40 years after the Individuals ...

  • Thank you everyone for voting and sharing the best of your tech! The Games & Sims Network along with the eLearning Consortium of Colorado sent out the Tech 2 Be Thankful for Survey last month. Several people participated in our unscientific ...

  • Welcome to the ISTE online communities! The ISTE community is a virtual space where members and other community members can connect and collaborate. We’re excited you’re a part of this group! Take a minute to get to learn about the ISTE community: ...

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    Martian Madness

    Martian Madness: Have you seen the Movie or Read the Book? We would like to invite you to participate in an online ISTE Games and Simulations Network event, Martian Madness. So, how could you use a problem based discussion like this in ...