Well the schedule for Microsoft sessions and events at ISTE 2010 in Denver is up. And I’m excited about it! Well of course I love ISTE conferences anyway. What is Microsoft up to?
- Breakfast and lunch presentations (Hyatt Regency Denver, across the street from the Convention Center) For an in-depth learning experience, join us for a breakfast or lunch presentation, enjoy a meal, and see a demo presentation by one of our education technology specialists. Space is limited. See schedule
- Special topics: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) educator and Microsoft Live@edu sessions (Hyatt Regency Denver) Learn about two of the hottest topics in education: Engaging students in STEM education and Cloud services for K-12 institutions. See schedule
- Hands-on classroom sessions in our booth (#1354). Participate in a 30-minute, hands-on session, and bring a new project idea or skill to your classroom this fall. See schedule
WorldWide Telescope planetarium
View the universe as never before. University of Washington astronomy students will guide you through a planetarium right in our booth. Spaces are limited, so come to the booth early to reserve your viewing time.
I’ll be directly involved in two sessions of
Game development = Real computer science
Featuring: Microsoft Visual C# Programming and Microsoft XNA Game Studio
Monday, 4:00–5:00 P.M. at the Hyatt Regency in room Agate AB
Wednesday, 2:00–3:00 P.M. at the Hyatt Regency in room Agate AB
I expect to be around the booth for some sessions there and for some of the other sessions and events highlighted by SIGCT (See Getting Ready for ISTE – SIGCT Recommendations) I hope to see you there!