The International Society for Technology in Education’s (ISTE's) annual convention is winding down. Though you’d hardly know it at the rate educators and attendees continue to chirp away on Twitter.
From bring your own device and virtual learning to strategies for applying technology in the classroom, there is seemingly no end to the topics that educators at ISTE feel passionate about — and, if the list of Tweets assembled by our editors here is any indication, those conversations will extend well beyond the convention’s closing session Wednesday afternoon.
Check out what your colleagues are saying — and, if you haven’t already, join the conversation. You still have a few more hours!
Every teacher should be a global publisher of student work. #ISTE12
— Cameron (@cpaterso) June 25, 2012
— Kelly Smith (@kellysmith6) June 25, 2012
The worst part of #iste12? I can't make it to all of the sessions.
— Derrick Waddell (@derrickwaddell) June 25, 2012
When we rank kids in school, there is no motivation for students to help one another; ranking needs to go via Alan November #iste12
— JackieGerstein Ed.D. (@jackiegerstein) June 25, 2012
The assessment process for teachers (and kids really) has to involve multiple measures. We can't just use one data point. #iste12
— Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) June 25, 2012
According to Sir Ken Robinson, Teaching is an art form. We need to get rid of this notion of teaching as a delivery mechanism. #ISTE12”
— Gladimar(@Gladyyy) June 25, 2012
I'm getting tired of people speaking about digital citizenship as "don't put bad stuff online". What a weak and useless idea. #iste12
— Dean Shareski (@shareski) June 25, 2012
What i learned today #iste12 -- without a relationship, tech is just a tool.With relationship, tech can transform
— Jen Wagner (@jenwagner) June 25, 2012
Not teaching internet safety & etiquette is like letting kidsloose in a wood shop w/o instructions! Scary... #iste12
— Tiffany Whitehead (@librarian_tiff) June 25, 2012
— Sara Maready Collins (@SaraMCollins) June 25, 2012
Seeing a shift at #iste12 from apps to application, from tech to humans using tech. It is about time.
— Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) June 26, 2012
So so sunburned. #iste12
— Julia Fallon(@juliafallon) June 26, 2012
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