Sometimes the only way to make progress is to leave something behind.
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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