Sunday, March 2, 2014

The Twitter Reviews on in on Tech Talk

250 educators were on hand for Mercy's first Tech Talk . While I collect photos from the occasion and compile a slideshow for you, I'd like to share a selection of Twitter chat on our hashtag #mhtalk. We were thrilled by the reactions.
Top Presenter Karen Bosch talks about Creating iBooks

Planning my day at #mhtalk - excited to learn about flipping the classroom, going paperless, using iPads for formative assessment

Loading up the school van with @BroRiceWarriors teachers! #mhtalk @MercyHighMI

This looks like a great conference #mhtalk

It’s a great lineup!  Congrats on a great conference :) RT @labcbaker: Great turn out for Tech Talk. #mhtalk

@lkolb remarkable story and great keynote speaker! #mhtalk

Listening to a GREAT presentation by @lwetzel and Wendy Murray at Tech Talk #mhtalk Great app tips

Saline Area schools discuss digitizing curriculum - great segue to @karlyb’s presentation on creating eBooks at 11AM (not 10)! #mhtalk

@lkolb made a great keynote today at Mercy High- very motivational and eye-opening. #mhtalk

Great presentation on nearpod from Julia Alder and Joanne Rowe #mhtalk

Great session on apps for Elementary School students by @karlyb #mhtalk” my teachers are enjoying it, too!

Jonathan Thomas-Palmer giving an awesome preso on flipped  classroom #mhtalk pic.twitter.com/VHmsaZXDKr

#mhtalk Outstanding presentation on Formative Assessment via tablets, smartphones, & laptops by Kevin Hankinson. Recommends Socrative App.

@lkolb great keynote today at #mhtalk. Awesome personal story to hit home need for passion-based learning in schools. You have me thinking..

Thanks to @labcbaker and all at Mercy H for 1st MercyTech Talk conf. Great people, excellent facilities, wonderful sessions!

Great day at Tech Talk @ Mercy!  iteachilearnipad.weebly.com. #mhtalk



















1 comment:

Lynn Waldsmith said...

Such a great day! Very proud of our school. I was especially impressed and moved by the keynote speaker, Liz Kolb. What an inspiration. I would love for her to come back and speak to STUDENTS.

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