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Make and Take and Round Table Planning

Make and Take Plan will be a framework that can help guide participants in developing action items to take back to their district/school
  • Frame a series of questions that need to be considered in working toward a plan.
  • Plan gives space to link ISTE sessions held during regular conference. Might give suggestions for sessions that can help build plan components.

60 minute facilitated round-table discussions are scheduled after each 2 breakout session.  These will be an opportunity to:
  • Bring together all 3 audiences (Admin/IT/Teaching&Learning) around a common topic to discuss ideas and build consensus.
  • Give participants a chance to reflect and develop components of their "Make and Take Plan"
  • Provide access to thoughtful practitioners who are prepared to assist all participants in developing their initial takeaway thoughts.
People (Breakout 1)

Focus 1: Using learning networks to connect and collaborate
  • Who are the people doing similar work? 
  • Where can I connect to them?
Focus 2: Learning by example - best practices in action
  • Who's doing interesting work?
  • What can I learn from them?
Learning more: What ISTE sessions or resources link to these ideas?

Tools ( Breakout 2)

Focus 3: Thinking about audience and purpose
  • What messages do we need to communicate? To whom?
  • Who do we want to collaborate with? In what ways?
Focus 4: Building capacity with tools that fit
  • What tools fit our audience and purpose?
Learning more: What ISTE sessions or resources link to these ideas?

Practices (Breakout 3)

Focus 5: Refining existing practices
  • What's working well for us now?
  • How can we make it better?
Focus 6: Developing new practices
  • Where's an area of need?
  • How will we address it?
Learning more: What ISTE sessions or resources link to these ideas?

Policy (Breakout 4)

Focus 7: Your goals and purpose - developing a vision
  • What's our vision of 21st century communication and collaboration?
Focus 8: Examining your policies and AUP
  • How do our current policies address communication and collaboration practices?
  • Where's the gap between our vision and policy?
Learning more: What ISTE sessions or resources link to these ideas?




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