As part of my ISTE certification course, I am studying instructional technology use and it’s resultant shifts in education. Part of the coursework involves evaluation of technology tools and justification of my findings. As you know, I have been a fan of the Microsoft Sway tool ever since I first discovered it. So I thought I could take the time now to explain why I think Sway is like a digital “Swiss army knife” in my instructional toolkit.
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.
I am going to Singapore. I guess I should be used to the idea by now, but it just hit home. I sat in on a Microsoft “Know before you go” call this morning and saw MY avatar on the Team USA list. I am going to Singapore!! I’ve had quite the whirlwind of activity […]