Attendees at the International Society for Technology in Education’s 33rd annual convention rolled up their sleeves and got to work on the second and third full days of the conference — and, as you might expect from this crowd, a little fun was had, too.
From full-to-capacity interactive learning sessions to stirring keynotes and hands-on presentations, educators left no stone unturned in the quest for answers to problems and challenges facing schools in the 21st century — somehow that search even included a game of Frogger (you remember that one) and a hug from Moby the robot, a character from BrainPop, an online education site. I'm helpless to explain. See for yourself.
— Erin Klein (@KleinErin) June 25, 2012
— betaclassroom (@betaclassroom) June 25, 2012
— LEGO Education (@LEGO_Education) June 25, 2012
— Jonathan Becker (@jonbecker) June 26, 2012
— Josh Stumpenhorst (@stumpteacher) June 26, 2012
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