Loveland Student Evan Osgood presented at the International Society for Technology in Education event June 24, 2018.
Tiger educators also in attendance at International Society for Technology in Education event
Chicago – It is a leading conference on innovation in education, and a Loveland Middle School (LMS) student was one of a select group of students there to teach.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference in Chicago June 24 through June 27 will hosted more than 1,000 sessions for educators; LMS Student Evan Osgood was the Tiger student on the agenda.
“What a great honor to represent my Tiger community.”
“What a great honor to represent my Tiger community on an international stage,” Evan Osgood said about the experience. Osgood shared his learning as part of the LMS Tiger Tech Crew – a class-credit opportunity for students to serve as internal information technology experts for peers and staff in their building.
“We are incredibly proud of Evan, and the way he represented Loveland’s strategic drive toward growing Tiger Innovation at all levels of our district – for students and staff,” said Loveland Director of Technology and Innovation David Knapp, who also attended the conference with other Loveland educators.
“We are incredibly proud of Evan.”
The ISTE Conference is one of the world’s largest educational events, with presentations and opportunities for educators to learn and explore new ways to further classroom innovation. The Loveland team of educators included teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators who used the opportunity to learn and collaborate with schools and educators across the globe on this national stage.
“We are very excited that we had this opportunity to go and learn from some of the most innovative schools in the world about how they are changing education to continue to grow to meet the needs and demands of our students,” said Knapp. “We can’t wait to see how these ideas impact Tigers all across Loveland this fall!”