Tag Archives: ISTE

Pre-ISTE Insight

A conference like ISTE requires a high level of mental preparation. I find that explaining my process to the world gets me ready. I hated not knowing what to expect nor what to pack for my first ISTE, also in Philadelphia, so … Continue reading

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DIY Poster

When asked about the best sessions at ISTE, I consistently say the ‘Posters’ win my vote. I have presented three myself and love the opportunity to talk to so many people. Some people have asked what you have to have … Continue reading

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ISTE Socials

The expectation that everything posted with the hash tag #ISTE13 will be life altering is unrealistic. Yes, you should Tweet responsibility, but that does not mean abstaining from Twitter when not in official sessions. There currently is an outpouring of … Continue reading

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Flipped: Trends, Tips, Tools, and Myths

Below are the myths, conversations, resources, tools, and reflections gathered at ISTE for the flipped classroom. Continue reading

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ISTE Question

I am not worried about my presentations (yet) – but I have started to wonder what I need to pack. I’ve been to conferences where people are very professionally dressed; I’ve been to conferences where jeans and a T-shirt is … Continue reading

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No more need for ISTE envy

Last summer I was jealous of all the people who attended ISTE. Now I get my chance – both of my proposals were accepted for presenting poster sessions at ISTE’011 in Philadelphia. The topics of the presentations are Re-evaluating the … Continue reading

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