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June 30, 2011

ISTE 2011 – Not-Your-Average Tweets

With such an enormous volume of tweets at ISTE 2011, it is not surprising that there would be “fun” tweets mixed in with the serious/academic tweets documenting conference content.So, in honor of Social Media Day… a Storify from #ISTE11 that…


June 29, 2011

ISTE 2011 through the Tweets of Undergraduate Researchers

My first Storify… story? I don’t know what to call it, but this was fun to put together (and very easy). Note that you will have to click on “Load More” at the bottom of the page to view the…


ISTE 2011 – Day Four

Day Four, the final day of ISTE 2011. The conference still had session rooms with standing-room only and energizing talks. Although I wish there were more days and more sessions, at this point, I don’t think I can take in…


June 28, 2011

ISTE 2011 – Day Three

What an absolutely fun way to start Day Three of the conference. While waiting for the opening plenary to begin, the standing/sitting-on-the-floor-room-only crowd was entertained by dancing robots and then a short performance by STOMP! Then, we shifted into our…


June 27, 2011

ISTE 2011 – #teach w/ #tweet

Although most of my posts relating to ISTE 2011 are highlights of my conference experience, this session has earned its own entry. On Monday, I attended a session titled #teach w/ #tweet. First, I have to share my experience of…


ISTE 2011 – Day Two

Day 2 at ISTE 2011 – the first full day of the conference with a range of talks and posters and workshops. Instead of reporting on all the “technical” things I learned today, I think I had some bigger takeaways…


June 26, 2011

ISTE 2011 – Day One

Today was the first day of #ISTE11 – the International Society of Technology in Education conference in Philadelphia. ISTE is a professional organization for educators and education leaders engaged in improving learning and teaching by advancing the effective use of…