It’s been three weeks since ISTE 2018 wrapped up in Chicago. And hopefully that initial rush of new information, inspiration, and connections has had a chance to settle into a solid foundation for change.
Now is the perfect time to look back on some of the key takeaways, whether these were strategies for changing mindsets, exciting developments in tech, or relationships you developed with passionate educators.
Below are just some of the highlights from Twitter to help you reflect on and synthesize what you learned for the coming school year!
We’re excited and ready to kick-off at #ISTE18! Stop by for #VR, our brand new Story Stash and to get #IntoLearning! https://t.co/9xB2DEf51q pic.twitter.com/0SBBSb3Lq5— Diane Fluty (@hmhdiane) June 25, 2018
“Digital citizenship is about making your community better and having respectful debate. It’s never been more important than now.” #ISTE18— Houghton Mifflin (@HMHCo) June 24, 2018
Student try out #GoogleExpeditions into a @READ180 with @MsDendinger. #ISTE18 #IntoLearning pic.twitter.com/q0gJeNnEth— HMH Learning (@LeadAndLearn) June 25, 2018
“You need to meet people where they are. If people feel valued and cared about, they go above and beyond.” @katiemartinedu #ISTE18 #IntoLearning pic.twitter.com/wYxuZULKgy— Houghton Mifflin (@HMHCo) June 26, 2018
Wonderful talking to @CarolJago and @hickstro about feedback and revision at our booth in Startup Pavilion #ISTE18 pic.twitter.com/Y1MY8CIiGx— Writable (@getwritable) June 25, 2018
Oh!!! Peer Review w @getwritable had comment stems to prompt intelligent criticism. Love the focus on process! @hickstro #ISTE18 #ISTE2018 #celchat pic.twitter.com/svPvXDJJ0t— Kate Baker (@KtBkr4) June 26, 2018
"It's been said that technology makes things easier. For me, it makes things possible." @eyeonaxs #ISTE18 #NotAtISTE #NotAtISTE18 #AssistiveTech pic.twitter.com/npAn0AEX5Z— ISTE (@iste) June 26, 2018
#iste18 We have an obligation to challenge longtime tradition and rituals for better learning experiences for our students. pic.twitter.com/dhw3EbRxXO— Amy Dendinger (@MsDendinger) June 26, 2018
“The @READ180 library has been a huge asset in giving my students choices and helping them find that one book.” @MsDendinger #ISTE18 #READ180 pic.twitter.com/bFY9nf5J1p— HMH Learning (@LeadAndLearn) June 26, 2018
Teachers who are not at your school have different PD than you have. Networking with other teachers is one of the best benefits of #ISTE18 #CoffeeEdu pic.twitter.com/7hbolw8Jio— Alice Keeler (@alicekeeler) June 27, 2018
Among hundreds of #edtech products at #ISTE18, we're happy to say that our partner @getwritable stood out! As shown in our booth, we've integrated their platform within our ELA programs. https://t.co/eRVTDrelSD pic.twitter.com/HgQzDefU5J— Whitney Yaple (@WhitneyYaple) July 3, 2018
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