As I prepare for the EdTech Teacher iPad Summit in Boston next week I’ve found an incredible opportunity to practice what I will be teaching. I’ve started a ThingLink ePortfolio to document my own learning throughout the conference. I plan to capture the learning through images, photos and tags to prepare to use and share it.
This sounds like a lot of fun and I suspect my own session will include some very practical tips and tricks learned along the way since I will be attending 9 sessions and participating in the Creation Station all before my session on Wednesday.
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What an awesome idea, I look forward to following your learning at the conference, especially since I am not there learning too!! Question, how are you putting that together as a kinda slide show and still work in it?
Hi Cyndi. I created a few different interactive images that will be a fun way for me to capture the learning, then I added them to a ThingLink Channel. You can see the slideshow growing now and it will continue to grow until I return from the conference I suspect. I will add tags with content and resources. Hopefully I will be able to capture a lot for you, since you can't attend. Thanks!
Susan, I'm jealous, enjoy Boston and the iPad Summit!
Wish you were here Dan!