Three Months of Work for Three Days of Exhibiting: An ISTE 2016 Twitter Recap

Since Day 1 of my new gig, I’ve had ISTE on the brain. It’s a behemoth conference of 16,000+ educators, and I was leading up my company’s efforts on its booth presence, programming, and parties this year. I’ve been MIA on the blog for the past month or so mostly because working on ISTE has been (happily) consuming my life. It’s a huge investment of time and money. While I wasn’t able to attend in person, my heart burst at the photos, videos, and happy tweets that from educators stopping by our booth.

When you see the fruits of your labor blossom into an epic teacher rap battle, fun party, and impressive presentations voluntarily done by members of your company’s community, sometimes you need to take a step back, soak it in, and give yourself a lil’ pat on the back. I’m proud of the work I did and the things our team accomplished together.

It was a complete and utter team effort, and while there were important lessons learned along the way, which I’ll share in a future post, I’m excited to continue coordinating and improving on ed tech conferences. For now, enjoy some highlights from ISTE 2016:


Photo credit for the header image goes to my awesome colleague, Jince.

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