The most impactful part of a conference is what happens afterwards. That couldn’t be any truer than after attending ISTE18, the annual conference for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). As I reflect on my learning and think about what I’ll be bringing with me into my practice, I've crafted a few guiding questions for myself inspired by some of the most fascinating presentations I attended.
Note: Links to ISTE presenters/presentations are provided where available.
ISTE-Inspired by Starting Small to Go Big
ISTE-Inspired by Students' Curiosity and Experiences
Admittedly, that's a lot! But the beauty of inspiration is not knowing exactly where it will take you. I imagine these inspirations will overlap and lead towards new learning and new experiences to focus on. For today, though, I will start with #OneSmallThing.
I'm an elementary school teacher turned professional learning/edtech coach, avid reader, and lifelong learner. For 2018, I've set the goal to create a 6 word memoir for (nearly) each week to find my voice, reflect on my own professional learning, and set goals for how my learning will impact my practice.
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