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HSTE and HIDOE Collaboration

To support the distance learning efforts of Hawaii’s public schools, the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) has partnered with the Hawaii Society for Technology in Education (HSTE) to provide a series of professional development sessions. Participation is optional for all sessions.

Getting Started with WebEx

    Beyond Basics with WebEx

    Getting Started with Google Meets
    Beyond Basics with Google Meets
    We Are Here

    During this time when COVID19 has forced us to close our doors to students and educators. We at HSTE want to extend our support to those in need.

    If you have never run your own virtual meeting or managed your assignments through a learning management system, we are here to help.

    HSTE will be hosting a schedule of Office Hours  to support you in your educational technology needs.

    Distance Learning and Virtual Meetings

    As schools prepare for an extended break and distance learning, we at HSTE understand the concern from educators around the islands.

    The best advice right now is to stop, take a breath, and then make a plan. We have provided a few links below to help you start making a plan for your transition to a new adventure and style of teaching. Take a moment to look through and use what you can in your complex/school plan of action.

    ISTE: 10 strategies for online learning during a coronavirus outbreak

    GOOGLE: Explore distance learning resources for schools affected by COVID-19

    HIDOE Continuity of Education Plan
    Local Career Chats for


    Hawaii parents, students, and teachers: Starting on Wednesday, April 8, industry professionals from around our state will conduct free live video chats on the Nepris learning platform about various careers in Hawaii and how to achieve them. With education systems having to shift to distance learning, the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and the State CTE Office want to continue providing ways for students to learn about pathways to career success in Hawaii.


    Upcoming Industry Chats

    ISTE20 in Anaheim
    Rescheduling ISTE20 ensures that we’re able to host an amazing and collaborative learning experience with peace of mind and without compromise – the venue, setup and content will remain as similar as possible – and we’ll continue to update our lineup with exciting new additions.

    For registered attendees: We will automatically transfer your registration to the November dates.  For questions that need immediate attention, please contact iste@iste.org.

    For presenters: The program will remain as similar as possible. We will be back in touch with additional details and next steps for presenters.

    The event will now be held on 

    Saturday, November 28-Tuesday, December 1 in Anaheim, California.

    For now, we hope you’ll access our Learning Keeps Going site, where more than 30 organizations have mobilized to share resources and support during this challenging time for schools around the world.

    2020 Schools of the Future Conference

    Be a part of the 12th annual Schools of the Future Conference! Join us an learn about topics related to pedagogy and best teaching practices to help educators prepare student learners for the future. This year's conference will take place on Monday and Tuesday, October 26-27. For more information about the conference, please visit the HAIS SOTF Webpage. Stay tuned for Early Bird Registration, which will open in March.

    • Date: October 26 & 27, 2020
    • Time: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
    • Location: Hawaii Convention Center
    • MORE INFO: sotfconf.org

    Featured Members


    We are proud to announce that  HSTE

    has become a partner with:

    Learn more here! 

    About us

    HSTE inspires educators to use technology to innovate teaching and learning, encourage best practices, and solve tough education problems. Through shared knowledge and a supportive community, we strive to empower learners and create equitable technology access.

    Become a member

    If you are interested in becoming a member of HSTE, please fill out the member application. There is no charge to join at this time and you will be helping to create an important new organization to support the use of technology in our learning environments.


    Hawaii Society for Technology in Education

    PO Box 4497

    Honolulu, HI 96812


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