2020 HSTE to ISTE Contest
All you have to do is create a video. The theme for this year will focus on the “ISTE Standards for Educators” and how they are impacting your teaching. We are looking for examples of creativity, originality, innovation and leadership. Tell us how HSTE has helped you with the educator standards, and how you are using them to facilitate, design, and collaborate.

Must be able to publication release forms for anyone appearing in the video.
Must upload your video to YouTube, set it as "public"
Must share your video on Twitter with the hashtag #HSTEtoISTE.
Only 1 submission per member.

You could win:
An ISTE2020 registration (this does not include membership)
A $500 travel stipend for ISTE2020
Recognition on our HSTE website and social media
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Email *
First name *
Last name *
Twitter handle
Phone Number *
Mailing address *
What is your role in education? *
Link to video *
If you are chosen, how will you share your ISTE experience with HSTE?
Consent for use and acknowledgement of original work *
I hereby consent and release to the Hawai‘i Society for Technology in Education (HSTE) to use my entry, in whole in part, for any purpose related to the current and future HSTE to ISTE contests, including promotion, advertising, or trade in non-profit form. I also hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge, my video entry including music, photographs, drawings, graphics, illustrations, symbols, and / or any other images contained within the video as submitted by me, is entirely my original work and, in whole or in part, is not owned, licensed, or otherwise controlled by any other person or entity, as of this date has not been published anywhere else, and is not subject to copyright or other protections by others, save for any references, quotations or other content which are properly credited within.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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