Page     Group     Page    Community   

\

EdTech Events in Hawaii

HSTE is trying to be a resource for all the education and technology professional learning opportunities in Hawaii.  Listed below are upcoming events that you might be interested in attending that relate to technology and education.  Check back periodically for updated events.  


**Note: This information is just provided as a resource, if you have questions about registering for any of these events, please contact the person listed in the event information or from the website link.  HSTE's is just sharing the information as a community service, we are not responsible for the quality of the training or the accuracy of the information provided here.  

Upcoming events

    • 04 Jun 2017
    • 09 Jul 2017
    • Halau Inana (2438 S. Beretania St. Honolulu, HI)


    ALTION: CODING FOR NON-CODERS WORKSHOP

    Multiple dates: June 4 - July 9 | $200 DOE teacher | $600 non-DOE teacher

    Register here

    The Altino trainings are geared for teachers and instructors who want to teach coding but have no experience in coding. Preference will be given to that class of attendees first, and then to everyone else.

    Watch a video

    • 12 Jun 2017
    • 29 Jul 2017
    • Multiple Islands


    GENCYBER HAWAII TEACHER CAMP

    Multiple islands | June 12 - July 29 | FREE (if accepted)

    Register Here

    This camp targets teachers who are passionate about providing students with the tools they need to be safe and responsible online. A team of teachers and cybersecurity experts will guide you through hands-on activities using current technologies, introduce the concept of digital citizenship and give you online safety information to share in your classrooms.

    Walk away from camp with a comprehensive set of teaching materials mapped to appropriate standards, including lesson plans, a robotic starter kit, project ideas for your classrooms and a network of like-minded teachers in your area to share ideas in the future.


    • 28 Jun 2017
    • 20 Jul 2017
    • Kamehameha Schools Kapalama


    PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN THINKING (June 28)

    REGISTER HERE | $195 HAIS | $215 NON-HAIS

    PART 2: DESIGN THINKING LABORATORY (July 20)

    REGISTER HERE | $250 HAIS | $270 NON-HAIS

    HAIS has partnered with Design Thinking Hawai'i to offer a 2-part workshop experience this Summer. These workshops will be high-energy, hands-on learning experiences where participants will collaborate in small multidisciplinary teams to solve a hands-on customized innovation challenge. 

    • 01 Jul 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • 'Iolani School, Sullivan Center for Innovation & Leadership

    GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN PARADISE!

    Join Alice Keeler and Michael Fricano II for a day of learning about Google Classroom and G Suite for Education. Start the day with a keynote with Alice Keeler followed by 3 break out sessions and a closing keynote by Michael Fricano II. Follow the hashtag #gcparadise and visit bit.ly/gcparadise!


    Early bird registration starts NOW! Get your tickets for $167 before February 2! Group rates for 10 or more are also available for $167 through June 2!

    • 10 Jul 2017
    • 21 Jul 2017
    • Manoa Innovation Center

    Learn to Teach Code Training Camp

    by Jr. DevLeague


    The Jr. DevLeague Train the Teacher program is an innovative, immersive learning approach to teacher training to equip our educators with the foundational knowledge to be able to teach coding in the classroom.

    $865 for two week course.

    Train the Teacher 2017 Program Outline 

    Registration Form 

    • 13 Jul 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Mid-Pacific Institute


    DESIGNING AUTHENTIC STEM EXPERIENCES & ASSESSMENTS

    Instructed by HSTE board member: Mark Hines!

    MORE INFO & REGISTER HERE

    $75 HAIS member schools | $85 non-HAIS member schools

    includes light lunch

    Participants will start by looking at examples of teacher and student work, and assess the quality of learning demonstrated, which will then serve as a starting point for their own project design.

    Next, we will explore a template for project design that uses essential questions and backwards design principles to establish an instructional design framework for building lessons. The majority of our time will be spent designing, giving each other feedback and prototyping the student work and guiding documents for implementation in our classrooms.


    • 21 Jul 2017
    • 27 Jul 2017
    • Multiple islands & dates available!


    CCSS SUMMITS FOR HAWAII EDUCATORS

    Multiple Islands & Dates available! $149

    The CCSS Summit is a full day of professional development which includes dedicated workshop time for both elementary and secondary teachers in math and ELA and a variety of breakout sessions showcasing tools and opportunities to help support the Anchor Standards in K-6 classrooms in Science, Social Studies, and other disciplines.

    Register here. 

    • 22 Jul 2017
    • 29 Jul 2017
    • Multiple islands & dates available!


    VIRTUAL REALITY WORKSHOP FOR EDUCATORS

    Multiple islands & dates available! $90

    Come explore Virtual Reality and see how it is changing the classroom. Learn how you can you VR to engage and how students can create their own VR experiences! The workshop will explore: Google Expeditions, Google Street View, creating 360° photos & videos, lesson plan design, curriculum integration, and more!

    Register here. 


    THINGLINK VR WORKSHOP FOR EDUCATORS

    Multiple islands & dates available! $90

    Student created virtual reality experiences can be one of the most powerful forms of learning! And the best (and easiest) tool for the job is the new Thinglink VR Editor, designed with classrooms in mind! We'll show you how to get started and provide ideas for lesson plan and curriculum integration across grades and subjects. We'll give you a free 2 month subscription to the Thinglink VR tool and a discount code for you and your whole school! (Thinglink VR Editor is a paid annual subscription service but you'll get a discount code for attending!)

    Register here. 

    • 29 Jul 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Momilani Elementary School (OAHU)

    Register for a FREE CS Fundamentals Workshop

    Click here to register 

    Taught by Code.org facilitators who are experienced computer science educators, our workshops will prepare you to teach the Code.org curriculum.


    Please bring your own laptop or tablet for this training. This is an 8-hour training with time for registration and lunch built in. Morning refreshments and lunch (pizza) will be provided. You are welcome to bring your own lunch if you would prefer. If you have any questions, please email Shane Asselstine at asselstine@pd.code.org. Thank you!

    • 09 Sep 2017
    • 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Sacred Hearts Academy

    iTeach808 Conference at Sacred Hearts Academy


    The theme this year is Connecting Innovative Educational Technology and Multiple Intelligences with an opening keynote from Michael Fricano II on Virtual Reality: Taking Students Beyond the Classroom

    Stay tuned for registration information! Free coffee, breakfast, snack, and lunch provided!

    Website: http://iteach808.blogspot.com/

    Registration: http://iteach808.blogspot.com/p/registration.html

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPEN!

    Submit by June 1st! 

    • 26 Oct 2017
    • 27 Oct 2017
    • Hawaii Convention Center


    Schools of the Future Conference 2017

    Check the website for registration info!

    Early bird registration available NOW!


© Hawaii Society for Technology in Education
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software