Enabling Better Collaboration – an ISTE conversation

Part of the ISTE conference that I usually enjoy the most is the Unconference,( which after various name changes is ¬†currently known as HackED Con), typically held on the Saturday prior to ISTE at the conference center. ¬†If you aren’t familiar with the unconference concept, it is an all day, all voluntary conference organized by the conference attendees, who upon arriving, suggest and vote on sessions for the day. A series of conversations were selected for the Saturday, including personalized learning, makerspaces, global collaborations, etc. […]