I’m Still Soaring
As they say, “All good things must come to an end.” The conference is over and I am home. I am exhausted and have lost my voice from talking and talking!
I had a couple of these little Cuban expresso coffees and I am back in business. Thank God for Cuban coffee!
Here are a few snapshots of some memorable movements at Tots and Technology.
It is a privilege and on honor to have the “All Star” ribbon on my badge. I love to share what I have learned with other teachers. I hope to inspire others to integrate technology in fun and creative ways to engage their students and make learning fun.
I met Shannon Kirkland from Texarkana when she stopped by our booth. She was recognized this year by TCEA as an outstanding instructional technology specialist. Read more about her here.
I also want to sent a shout out to Dr. Roland Rios, director of Technology at Ft. Sam Houston. Thanks for offering and allowing Sandy and I to use your hotspot for our presentation. The internet connection was acting wonky which spells D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R when you are presenting at a technology conference. Thank you, thank you!
You can follow Dr. Rios on Twitter at @drrios. He and his beautiful daughter both serve the children of those American men and women who serve our great county. How cool is that!
They sure were a fun bunch!
Now I am looking forward to my next presentation at TechnoPalooza in Ft. Worth, July 30-31.
I will be co-presenting a session on augmented reality alongside my good friend Jennifer Kimbrell from Arkansas. Don’t know Jen? She has an amazing blog, go check it out: Tech with Jen.