See You At The Epicenter of EdTech, ISTE 2018!

Bob Nilsson Published 26 Jun 2018

Virtual reality for the classroom, formative assessment tools, and innovative ecosystems to support eSports and STEM learning in schools – these are some of the topics I’m looking forward to exploring next week at ISTE 2018 in Chicago. The keynote speakers will reveal new human interfaces — such as the sensory vest — to take in previously hidden information; and describe how to build bridges to brilliance, even in underserved and unstable neighborhoods.

Join us at McCormick Place West in Chicago starting June 24th, and stop by booth #1062 to learn new ways to improve your educational outcomes with innovative network solutions. We’ll have experts on hand to answer all your networking questions. These are some of the demonstrations you can see this year:

  • Network analytics and how they improve education
  • Network management and control for BYOD, 1-1 computing, and the Internet of Things
  • High-density Wi-Fi solutions
  • Cloud-based network management solution
  • Fabric-based campus automation

Sign up for a demo tour and you’ll get a $10 Amazon.com gift card when you visit the booth.

Rickey Jackson, former linebacker for the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers

Come see Rickey Jackson, former linebacker for the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers, and Pro Football Hall of Famer. He’ll be at the Extreme Networks booth on Tuesday, June 26th from 10:30am-12:30pm signing footballs and having his photo taken with attendees.

Here are some of the other inspiring speakers bringing EdTech alive at ISTE 2018:

  • David Eagleman, bestselling author, professor, speaker, inventor and adviser
  • Nadia Lopez, educational celebrity and founder of Mott Hall Bridges Academy
  • Andy Weir, best-selling author, software engineer, and STEM expert
  • Katie Martin, leader, teacher and speaker, and head of partnerships for the West at AltSchool
  • Michael Cohen, designer, educator and creativity instigator

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