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Vote Alpha Squirrel Session Proposals to ISTE 2018

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For the first time ever, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is asking you to help pick session topics for its annual conference and expo in Chicago!

The People’s Choice contest allows anyone to vote for their favorite proposal ideas. ISTE will include the top vote getters in the final conference agenda.

We’re proud to announce that we have 10 Alpha Squirrels in the running to present at ISTE 2018, as well as Squirrels director of professional development Becky Shiring. 

Vote now through January 26 until 5 p.m. Browse proposals and vote for as many as you like. As Cady Heron from the movie “Mean Girls” would say, the limit does not exist!

Click the links below to vote for Alpha Squirrel sessions.

Phil Hintz (co-presenter Carl Hooker, Leo Brehm, Adam Phyall)The 4 Horsemen of the APPocalypse
Phil HintzCoding Across the Curriculum: Building a Culture of Coding in Elementary Classrooms
Travis LapeEliminate Grade Levels and Empower Learners to Drive Their Learning
David LockhartBuilding it up with Bloxels
David LockhartThe Super Spark: 60 Tools to Start the Fire
Natasha Rachell/Felissa Ford/Melissa Dandy WalkerPeanut Butter and Jelly, Google and Microsoft, You Don’t Have to Pick
Natasha Rachell (co-presenter Aleigha Henderson-Rosser)Facebook/Twitter Took Over Our District and We Couldn’t Be Happier
Tricia LouisIs Your District Web Content Accessible
Billy SpicerSmart Video Creation to Empower the Student Broadcaster, Reporter and Reflective Learner
Rosalyn WashingtonElevating Student Voice with Hip Hop and Instructional Technology
Jason Davidson (co-presenter Eric Bennet)Pod Save the Classroom: Podcasting in Education
Angie Kalthoff (co-presenter Diana Fenton)Beyond the Hour of Code
Raymond Africa - Empowering Student Voice Through EdTech Apps
Becky ShiringIt’s Getting’ HOTT in Here: Promoting Higher Order Thinking with Technology

Get ready. Get set. Get voting! This is your chance to help shape the 2018 ISTE Conference and Expo. 

Attend the winning sessions starting Sunday, June 24, at ISTE 2018 in Chicago.

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