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ISTE 2019 - Let's Get Collaborating

So after traveling in South America for a couple of months during the summer break, I finally have time to make a cuppa and process my experience at International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) conference 2019 in Philadelphia. The ISTE Conference is recognized globally as the most comprehensive educational technology conference in the world. This is my second visit to the conference and has allowed me to engage in hands-on learning, exchanging ideas and networking with like-minded thinkers seeking to transform learning and teaching globally. So in this second visit to the conference what were the main thoughts I took away have already experienced the conference once before? #1 – Putting the I into ISTE One observation I made in 2017 was the emphasis of global collaboration from the perspective of the US teachers only, with what they could offer the international community. This reduced the agency of the international educators they were 'collaborating' w