In case you missed the 2014 ISTE conference, eSchool News has compiled a list of some of the best interactions and feedback from Twitter
Last month, the 2014 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta surpassed expectations. With more than 16,000 in attendance, educators and tech experts nationwide engaged in a series of lively seminars on the latest in innovation and education.
As the biggest ed-tech conference in the nation, it should come as no surprise that the conversation extended beyond the conference. Many participants took to Twitter to reflect and opine on some of the most relevant issues discussed, and eSchool News wants to share that list with you.
Is there something omitted which you think deserves our attention? Tell us why by sharing your views and opinions in the comments section below and joining the discussion on Twitter at @eschoolnews.
While acknowledging the importance of technology in education, Tom Murray, an eSchool News contributor and the State & District Digital Learning Policy & Advocacy Director for the Alliance for Excellent Education, stressed the importance of human interaction. “My best resource from ISTE was people,” he said.
— Thomas C. Murray (@thomascmurray) July 8, 2014
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