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Are you the kind of elementary educator who’s always looking for bright new ways to grow learning? Know someone who is? If so, we have an event that’s perfect for you. 

Our friends at TCEA invite you to be a part of the online 2021 Elementary Technology Conference. This is the summer’s hottest education event, the perfect way to chill out with your peers online, earn professional learning credit hours, and gather a batch of new ideas.

Here are just a few benefits of attending:

  • Watch 30 on-demand sessions at your pace
  • Interact with more than 40 live sessions
  • Earn over 70 credit hours of professional development
  • Access through July 12, 2021
  • Discover cutting-edge products and services from innovative companies
  • Learn in different ways, including workshops, live sessions, and on-demand sessions

Soak up summer learning and get powerful, specific resources for your grade level or specialization, and renew your commitment to PreK–5 education. Don’t forget to invite your friends, colleagues, or team members to register! Be sure to include your NHSTE affiliation when you register. 



The effects of COVID-19 on students and families require district leaders to collaborate with local stakeholders — including administrators, classroom teachers, school support staff, parents, and students — to plan strategic actions that allow digital learning to effectively and equitably continue into the summer and beyond. 

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Turnaround for Children, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), and the New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education (NHSTE) — who are members of the broader COVID-19 Education Coalition—  provide three key considerations that districts must keep in mind as they build immediate and long-term plans:equitable infrastructure, active digital learning content, and educator capacity building. See the new resource here


We are looking for volunteers to be on our board! We have multiple openings.

  • Grants Chair
  • President-Elect
  • PR Marketing Chair
  • Digital Learning Special Interests Chair
  • Treasure (open in September 2021)

If you are interested, please click here to contact Andrea O'Neil, our Vice President.


The NHSTE Awards Program is now open for 2021. Please visit our awards page for more information. The deadline for nominations is Friday, October 1st.

NHSTE Awards Program Info

NHSTE condemns racism in all its forms and manifestations. We stand alongside the Black community, communities of color, our colleagues, members, educators, students, and families in calling for justice. As educators we acknowledge the role that educators and educational institutions play in supporting our communities and will strive to change the current situation.   #BlackLivesMatter


Several NH Professional Organizations have joined together to create an alliance called NH Learns Alliance. The goal of this alliance is to provide online learning events and resources to educators in NH Schools focusing on remote learning. Please visit the #NHLearnsAlliance website for more information.
The NH Learns Alliance is now on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube!


NH Learns Alliance Online Learning Events

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