Today was a very exciting and motivating day. But then the first day of the Microsoft Global Education Exchange (E2) should be. I have two things to reflect on: this morning’s keynote session and networking opportunities.
My time at the AMLE conference was interesting. It’s been a long time since I went to a conference where the focus was not technology. A number of participants came with paper notebooks and no device. While the conference itself was very informative, I had some difficulty with the presentation styles of a number of […]
Being an active part of and ISTE PLN has helped my professional learning in a number of ways. I am a proposal reviewer for our PLN again this year. I love the opportunity it’s a great way to learn about what is going on in edtech outside of my neck of the woods. Since I […]
In this last week or two, a number of incidents have brought home that fact that I am really concerned about Edmodo. Not that I am anyone important, but I was the Edmodo administrator for my school division and am currently an Edmodo Certified Trainer. I’ve got a real stake in what they’ve got going […]
Over the weekend I had the opportunity to go to an edcamp! It was an awful wet and rainy day, but there were over 100 teachers at #EdcampNoVA. It was great to reconnect with professional friends and colleagues. I saw Karen Richardson, Heather Hurley, and Charles Randolph among others who I only see at conferences. Met […]