ISTE 2014 (International Society for Technology in Education) was truly an International event.
And it strengthened my belief that, all over the world, the importance of deep, meaningful, learning experiences is of utmost importance among educators.
(hopefully lawmakers will follow suit soon)
Be sure to check out my friend and colleague, Debbie Smith's, ISTE Take Aways
Each one strikes a similar chord with me and I couldn't have explained them better.
Debbie and I had bookmarked sessions about Professional Development, Project Based learning and all things STEM...and in the process, we came across an exciting collection of new tools that can be used with the click of a mouse.
We are excited to share these ideas with our teachers, fellow EdTechs and Instructional Partners.
I have put all of my resources on a List.ly list which will be updated as I continue to curate ideas and resources from this powerful conference:
Be sure to check out Debbie's List.ly list, too. Some items may overlap, but many are different:
These are things teachers can click through and and get immediate inspiration for use in their classrooms without a lot of lead in time and preparation.
Mix, Edit, add music, publish videos from computer or downloaded from YouTube or Discovery Streaming.
The last password you have to remember-true, it's in the cloud, but what isn't now?
Type in a message, assignment, or positive comment, it turns it into a QR code with a not- too-awful voice.