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Welcome to the ISTE Commons – a network where you can connect with ISTE members 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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    Sounds great! We use #isteten as the hashtag. Hope to "see" you there. Dennis Dennis W. McElroy Professor Emeritus ISTE TEN President Apple Teacher Twitter: @acoustimac

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    Hi Dennis, I'm going to try to make the Twitter chat Wednesday but if our last interview goes long I might not get home in time. Just wondering what hashtag does the chat use? Thanks, Phil ------------------------------ Philip Pulley, Ed.D. Teacher/Faculty ...

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    Hi, I wanted to share my article in this month's Science Scope for National Science Teaching Association.  Need some tips when using small groups when teaching science online ?  Check out my article in NSTA:  Small Group Work In The Online Science Classroom ...

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  • Funding opportunity: Rural Tech Project

    The Rural Tech Project is a $600,000 challenge to advance rural technology education and prepare students for the careers of today and tomorrow. The U.S. Department of Education invites high schools and local educational agencies to propose technology education programs that use competency-based distance learning.

    Quick facts:

    • A challenge for rural educators. The challenge is open to any publicly-funded school or local educational agency serving students in grades 9-12 in rural communities. “Rural” is broadly defined as a non-urban, non-suburban area. An area may be considered rural based on its population density and/or distance from suburban or urban hubs. See the eligibility criteria for further guidance.
    • $600,000 in cash prizes. Up to five finalists will be selected to receive an equal share of the $500,000 Phase 1 cash prize pool. At the conclusion of program implementation, one grand-prize winner will receive an additional $100,000.
    • Two years of ongoing support. From January 2021 through August 2023, finalists will have on-the-ground assistance, expert mentorship, and access to virtual resources as they plan, run, refine, and report on their programs.
    • Deadline. Program proposals are due October 8.
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