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My approach is I work out in advance the key ways I want to learn ( which you will find summarized here http://www.theedublogger.com/2015/06/18/notatiste-how-to-participate-in-iste-2015-remotely/ ) and adjust as the days proceed (each year there are options we didn't have the previous year). is adding to her list as she finds them http://www.mauilibrarian2.com/2015/06/22-cool-and-free-ways-to-enjoy-iste2015.html?m=1
Think we would all agree I'm more routine orientated :) My work flow is flip articles into my ISTE Flipboard magazine (which also means I'm reading through info being shared by #iste2015 and #notatiste15), visit our Google+ communities to check latest posts, visit Voxer community to listen to latest voxers.
Tipperary Station School blog is a great example of how a blog can be used connect students with classes in other countries and to connect students with content experts.
Check out their blog to find out how they use it to participate in a global education.
- Edublogs.orgEdublogs Support Manager, 2008 - presentProvides help and assistance to educators using blogs and technology with their students.
- WPMU DEVDocumentation writer, 2008 - presentWrites how-to documentation on WordPress, WordPress Multisite, BuddyPress and WordPress plugins.
- Challenger Institute of TechnologyFish Farming lecturer, 1995 - 2011
I'm Australian based in Perth who is passionate about helping others learn how to use web technologies.
This passion has lead to my transition from aquaculture lecturer, to facilitating professional development workshops on elearning and web 2.0 technologies to my current role working for Edublogs and CampusPress as Support Manager.
- University of Western AustraliaBotany, Biochemistry and Microbiology, 1982 - 1985