WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 15, 2017 – The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has selected its 2018 award winners, including educators who work to increase access to computer science for all students, use technology with young children and lead districtwide innovation, to name a few. Each year, ISTE honors individuals who are leading the way in accelerating the use of technology to solve tough problems in education and inspire innovation. These winners represent a who’s who in the edtech world and will be honored at ISTE’s Conference and Expo in Chicago, June 24-27.
“The 2018 award honorees represent what can be accomplished by using technology to bring new opportunities to students,” said ISTE CEO Richard Culatta. “We look forward to learning from these exemplary educators as they share their stories and accomplishments in Chicago.”
The 2018 ISTE award winners are:
Computer Science Network Excellence Award: Jorge Valenzuela, educational coach, Lifelong Learning Defined, Inc., North Chesterfield, Virginia
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