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Submit Testimony to Support SB2142

Allows Department of Education students to fulfill world language, fine arts, or career and technical education graduation requirements with computer science. Establishes a scholarship at the University of Hawaii to encourage students majoring in education to take a computer science course. Requires UH to establish computer science pathways for students majoring in education. Requires teacher licensing and certification to include computer science. Appropriates funds. 


  • Testimony due: Monday, February 21 10:00 am.
  • Public decision making hearing 
  • Tuesday, February 22 at 10:00 am
  • Check out this video tutorial: LINK
  • Sample Testimony: LINK
Call For Proposals
The Schools of the Future Conference seeks proposals for presentations and workshops related to pedagogy and best teaching practices to help educators prepare learners for the future. The conference will be offered in-person this year, with an on-demand package of recorded content available to all attendees. We have big plans, excellent speakers and plenty of hands-on activities, as we welcome attendees back. As always, though, it's the voices and expertise of educators that make this event a meaningful and impactful experience.


  • The deadline: March 11, 2022
  • Notifications sent: May 6, 2022
  • For More Info: SOTF WEBSITE
SOTF Proposal Writing Session

Interested in submitting a proposal to present at Schools of the Future Conference 2022? Feeling unsure where to start?

Come out to HSTE’s SOTF Proposal Writing Virtual Workshop where you will have access to one of our board members to help you through the process. Come get advice, brainstorm, or receive feedback and walk away with a proposal to submit.  We look forward to seeing more of our members presenting!


HSTE PD Opportunity
CSEdWeek Events

Please join us this week, as HSTE will be celebrating CSEdWeek with the rest of the world!

Computer Science Education Week is an annual event aimed at encouraging K-12 students to learn computer science. In addition this week also serves to inspire teachers to teach computer science and to inform parents about the impact for our keiki.

Join our very own, Celeste Endo for Tutu's Family Code Dance Party: bit.ly/ohanadance


HSTE Activities
Virtual Office Hours

Throughout the past two years the HSTE Board has been providing one hour pd sessions through our Virtual Office Hours!

Topics for these events focus on EdTech integration in the classroom ranging from CS EdWeek to utilizing breakout rooms.

Join us for this informal professional networking time and bring a friend.

For more information:

HSTE Blogs

In an effort to share among our members, HSTE will be posting monthly blog post in support of our vision and mission.

Blog posts provide an opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas on a focused topic in an asynchronous format. Typically it will also include additional resources and references.

Interested in submitting a Blog Post to HSTE and having us share it out with our membership? Send an email to info@hste.org!

For more information:

Featured Members


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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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