Contact: JEANNE MEYERS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The MY HERO Project
MY HERO SHINES AT ISTE 2016
DENVER, CO – 6/28/16 – The MY HERO Project is sharing resources, ideas and inspiration this week at the 2016 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Denver, Colorado. The nonprofit ISTE promotes technology as a teaching tool and, each year, ISTE attracts more than 16,000 teachers who are committed to using media and technology in their classrooms.
|Wendy Milette, Director of MY HERO Media Arts Education, and Jennifer Russell from iEARN.org share highlights from MY HERO's Learning Circle |
“So many teachers stopped by to say they know and love MY HERO,” said Jeanne Meyers, Co-Founder and Director of The MY HERO Project. “We’ve been able to provide materials to thousands of educators from across the USA and around the world.”
|Thousands of teachers stopped by the MY HERO booth at ISTE to learn more about MY HERO's Global Learning Project|
MY HERO and several other global projects are being highlighted at the conference, which began Sunday evening and continues through Thursday, June 29. Along with Meyers, several MY HERO staff members and teachers are attending the event, including MY HERO International Film Festival Director Wendy Milette, MY HERO’s Director of Art Education Victoria Kogan Murphy, and veteran teachers Jerrilyn Jacobs and Mali Bickley.
|MY HERO’s Director of Art Education Victoria Kogan Murphy shares MY HERO resources with teachers|
The MY HERO team will be sharing resources during the conference at booth 4420 at the Exhibition Hall. For more information, please visit our web site or contact Jeanne Meyers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|A steady stream of teachers stop by MY HERO's booth 4420 at ISTE 2106|