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ISTE 2017: supporting ISTE Standards and being a good digital citizen

14th June 2017

This time last year, we touched down in a 16 foot tall rocket ship booth in Denver, Colorado to showcase our solutions at ISTE. We served ‘astronaut’ ice-cream, ran an astronaut selfie competition, and officially ‘launched’ our updated online safety keyword libraries. So with ISTE 2017 fast approaching, we thought there was no better time than now to give you a sneak peek at what’s in store this year, show how we support teachers and administrators to meet ISTE Standards, and teach students about ‘being a good digital citizen’.

how we support ISTE Standards

The ISTE Standards, also known as the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) are the standards outlined for the use of technology and technology integration in teaching and learning. We’ve put together this handy document, which explores how our flagship solution, Impero Education Pro, supports a number of the ISTE standards for teachers and administrators.

 

what’s in store at ISTE 2017?

speaking panel discussion on digital citizenship

Teaching the values of digital citizenship and educating young people about being a good digital citizen lies at the heart of Impero. That’s why this year, our CEO, Sam Pemberton, will be part of a speaking panel discussion at the show on the theme ‘Creating a Holistic Culture of Digital Citizenship in Your School.

When? Monday 26th June at 08:30-09:30 CDT

a special guest on our booth

We’re super excited to be welcoming founder and CEO of the Digital Citizenship Institute, Marialice B.F.X Curran – AND her son – on our booth this year. Marialice, along with her son, will be delivering a free, insightful presentation on digital citizenship. Be sure to stop by booth 1752 to watch the presentation and ask any questions you have about being a good digital citizen.

When? Tuesday 27th June at 14:00 CDT

some exciting new developments

Of course, we’ll be showcasing the latest developments at Impero, including Clever SIS integration and enhanced Chromebook functionality. Impero Education Pro works with Clever to integrate various SIS systems and enable automatic group creation, so teachers have quick and easy visibility of all their scheduled classes. Our enhanced Chromebook compatibility provides real-time monitoring of all Chromebook screens and open tabs; an intuitive Google device IDs feature enables users to view Chromebooks alongside other devices within the same view.

 

find out more about being a good digital citizen

If you want to find out more about being a good digital citizen, why not download this whitepaper we produced in conjunction with the Digital Citizenship Institute?

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