The annual ISTE Conference was this week. It’s at a really bad time for Ontario Classroom teachers. The school year is winding down and so it’s difficult to leave classrooms for a professional development event such as this. But, consultants and coaches can leave their posts and mingle with educators from around the world. The very technology savvy of that group try to share their learning with others while away. That’s the focus for this week’s post.
Brenda Sherry had the first of the posts that I read about the event. She focused her thoughts on the connections and the people that she met enroute and at the conference.
Colin Harris seemed to be very active at ISTE. He tag teamed a presentation about “A Sustainable Professional Development Model: Blended Learning and Teacher Inquiry ” with Melissa Murray and Kim Stolys. His activity was expressed mostly via microblogging. I put together a few of the messages in a Storify document.
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