Monthly Archives: June 2014

Just a Quck Note

Wow. So many, many ideas today and tons of resources. Quick thoughts: Rob Furman is an invaluable resource I need to figure out how to make backchanneling my new BFF Got emotional (well, contained emotion) at the keynote – make … Continue reading

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ISTE – Day 2

So I didn’t make it out last  night at all. It was good to chill out with some room service, Orange is the New Black (laughing at the series finale!), and some time to reflect. All in all – a … Continue reading

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Back at the Club Lounge (a.k.a. gotta know the right people)

Okay – the day has gone exactly as I expected: awesome. Connected with tons of people. Gave out business cards. Walked around and got ideas. And I’ve had some great moments with other educators. More things to ponder: Backchannels – … Continue reading

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Bloggers Cafe (a.k.a. I needed a break)

As expected, I am overwhelmed. As I promised myself, I am not disheartened. What a great morning with TONS of ideas. Yes – tons. More than I can use? Of course. Will I try some of them? Absolutely! To think … Continue reading

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ISTE – Day 1

I’m about to start my ISTE experience. I know from past edtech conferences that this will be on overwhelming three days of learning, sharing, and getting more I’d than I possibly know how to handle. But I also know that … Continue reading

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