ISTE 2016: Educational Technology Needs More Mindfulness
Google certified teacher, ISTE keynote speaker and applied education researcher Michelle Cordy has had enough of the negativity associated with disruption.
Michelle Cordy, third grade teacher and applied reseacher
- ISTE 2016 keynote speaker Michelle Cordy says educators need to expand their networks to engage and empower students, as well as "show up and refuse to leave."
- Consider mindfulness when using technology.
- Educators need to take care of themselves and teach students the same to ensure everyone has a sense of peace and well-being.
- Check out highlights from Cordy's keynotes
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