Archive for ISTE SmartBlogs
This question has been bouncing around my brain since I left the International Society for Technology in Education conference. When people say that I’m an ed-tech leader, I am always shocked. I don’t think of myself as a leader in this area — just someone who really likes what he does.
So, what makes someone an educational-technology leader?[…] Continue Reading »
ISTE 2012 was a fast-paced week for Promethean as the integrated interactive technology firm used the cutting-edge conference by the International Society for Technology in Education to make three major announcements aimed at technology-using educators. SmartBlog on Education stopped by the Promethean exhibit toward the end of the conference for a recap of what was an eventful week.[…] Continue Reading »
Three words seem to be dancing around in my head of late when it comes to current thinking about education: “personalization,” “engagement” and “flip.” All three were on display on the vendor floor and in session rooms at last week’s International Society for Technology in Education conference in San Diego, one of the largest ed tech conferences in the world attended by upward of 18,000 people.[…] Continue Reading »
SmartBrief is attending ISTE 2012 in San Diego, is a media sponsor for the conference and is providing coverage for educators.
eInstruction has been busy during the first half of this year supporting the launch of products such as its instruction system, Insight 360. That effort certainly didn’t slow down at ISTE 2012, where Samir Joglekar, senior vice president of global sales and marketing, said demonstrations at the eInstruction booth highlighted a new, fully integrated version of ExamView.[…] Continue Reading »