The New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education (NHSTE) is a non-profit organization formed by volunteers to improve education through the use of information technologies.

NHSTE provides a structure for linking educators across the state to share the effective application of emerging technologies in New Hampshire schools.

NHSTE offers professional development for technology using classroom teachers and technology integrators.  Many of us consider ourselves a mix of these two  positions.   This group is provided with three workshop days per year and other informal meetings.  The workshops are generally held in October, January, and March with the topics varying to cover all the content areas through a three year cycle.

For more information or to make suggestions contact Lois Paul, the TT SIG Chair at
or our office, at NHSTE.

2017-2018 Events

Fall Event
Everyone Can Code K-12!
October 17, 2017

NHSTE announces the fall Tech Teachers Integrating Technology workshop for the 2017-18 school year, Everyone Can Code K-12! Coding can be integrated into multiple content areas across all grade levels.  Students benefit from sequential thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration ~ all core components of coding.  Join us for a day full of fun and exploration.

We have an exciting collection of exhibitors and teachers ready to share their information and expertise with you.  Join us for the day and come back with a bundle of ideas.

Approximately 8 45-minute sessions are planned  and each participant has the opportunity to attend up to four sessions along with the morning and luncheon keynotes.  Again this year, we are also including the Technology Playground, sponsored by our exhibitors, where you can go and test drive these exciting resources for yourself.

As in the past, your registration includes a buffet lunch and light refreshments in both the morning and afternoon.  The day ends with your feedback and comments via the evaluation process and the drawing of raffle prizes donated by our exhibitors.

Target Audience:

Technology directors, coordinators, integrators, school administrators, and teachers at all levels in every content area will not want to miss this day of teacher and exhibitor presentations.  Spend time in the "Technology Playground" and choose 4 sessions from the 8 offered during this action packed day!

Presenters & Exhibitors:

Opening keynote presentation:  Karen Locke ~ Computer Science Discoveries Educator

After lunch keynote presentation: presented by Texas Instruments

Teacher presentations:

  • Pencil Code ~ Laura Nickerson (HS)
  • Confident Coders ~ Heather Drolet (EL)
  • Planning for Computer Science ~ David Benedetto (all)
  • Coding is Elementary ~ Amber Levine (EE)
  • CS Discoveries ~ Karen Locke (MS)
Our select Exhibitors include:
  • Texas Instruments ~ Jim Donatelli
  • Eduporium ~ Irina Tuule
  • Project Lead the Way ~ Suzanne Snow
  • ELB Global ~ Allison Bolton
  • join these exhibitors in the technology playground and also win exciting raffle prizes!

Agenda (proposed):

8:30 Registration
8:50 Introduction and overview
9:00 Opening Session
10:00 Concurrent session 1
11:00 Concurrent session 2
11:50 Lunch   
12:25 Post luncheon presentation
1:20 Concurrent session 3      
2:20 Concurrent session 4
3:10 Evaluations and raffle drawings

The "technology playground" will be open throughout the day following the opening session. 

Questions???:  For more information or if you have any questions about this event please contact:

Karen Locke at

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