At #ISTE16 this year, with over 16,000 EdTech gurus convened in Denver with many more #NotAtISTE2016 following along, it was tough to keep up with the Twitter stream. Lucky for you, we've put together a 'Best of' series of tweets you may have missed.
Dropping EdTech Knowledge:
We need to make the positive so loud, that the negatives are almost impossible to hear.#ISTE2016— George Couros (@gcouros) June 28, 2016
My favorite thing I am hearing is the role of “teachers as mentors” yes yes yes! #ISTE2016— Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) June 27, 2016
Just as a reminder, we are all teachers of reading. Literacy doesn’t just happen in the English class. It happens in every class. #iste2016— Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) June 28, 2016
If ur program for digital portfolios doesn't help kids shape & understand their digital identity, are we doing them a disservice? #ISTE2016— George Couros (@gcouros) June 28, 2016
Be a skeptic when looking at new tech? Is it truly good for kids? Does it allow them to do something they couldn’t before? #ISTE2016— Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) June 29, 2016
Cool New Tech:
Until next year...
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