Gather enough educators, school administrators, technologists and IT leaders in one spot, and there’s bound to be collaboration.
Attendees at the ISTE 2016 conference in Denver shared ideas big and small during lectures, workshops and free time spent wandering the exhibition hall floor. But their conversations weren’t confined to halls of the Colorado Convention Center — education experts took to social media to share their insights.
Check out our favorite tweets from the conference, then read more about ISTE 2016 on EdTech’s event coverage page.
If we know students do not read our comments on the side of the paper, why do we think annotating it is so awesome? #ISTE2016
— Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler) June 28, 2016
— Susan M. Bearden (@s_bearden) June 27, 2016
— Dan McCabe (@danieldmccabe) June 28, 2016
— Makerspaces.com (@Makerspaces_com) June 29, 2016
— Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) June 27, 2016
The notion of "digital citizenship" is so messy. All the more reason educators have to be in on these conversations with students. #ISTE2016
— George Couros (@gcouros) June 28, 2016
— Kyle Pace (@kylepace) June 28, 2016