ISTE is an international event which is visited by many teachers and educators. Last year I could not follow any post or hashtags. This year I could and I really enjoyed being part of the group of people who were not at the conference in Chicago. The community has a name" #NOTATISTE and educators have shared ideas, posts and interesting news about the event which is not online but thanks to modern technology we can learn about.
First of all I would like to say that thanks to Peggy George I could see more resources which were presented in the conference. The Live Binder she has presented in one webinar before the event made me think that this year I should be online. I followed the Google Plus community online and it was great!
Click here to open this binder in a new window.
Shelly Terrell has often talked about this event online and in her posts so I cannot but say that these important educators have made a change in my CPD.
Kathleen Morris has also helped me enter this world, which is new to me: she wrote a great post
Social networks have been spreading news and interesting ideas :
Adobe Spark is one of my favourite tools :
RT ClassTechTips: RT AdobeEdu: We're LIVE from #ISTE18 with Monica Burns of ClassTechTips. We'll be discussing Adobe Spark Classroom Activities and more! #NotAtISTE18 #NotAtISTE https://t.co/5CCInD59y6— SimpleK12 (@SimpleK12) 26 giugno 2018
I wish to thank Pam Hubler for her interesting post where I could find most of the resources online I need to check:
Shared ideas in some blogs which I have found online while I was checking the community today:
There are many tools which I would like to use and which I think might offer great teaching opportunities for enhancing my students' learning:
https://wakelet.com/ mainly used for collecting resources
I have just registered to Flipgrip which is now free, this was the great piece of news which I had found online some days ago.
I will also try to learn more about Google Apps as I do use most of them but I am not an expert.
I have already appreciated the great use of the new Google Sites to document student learning:
Finally my video documenting my journey into ISTE 2018: I was not in Chicago but I have learnt a lot also from home:
This summer I will have thousands of documents and blogs to read about as I have bookmarked so many interesting posts and tweets.
Thanks to the community of the #NotAtIste18: without any help I would have never thought that I could learn about ISTE while living in Italy!!