Perfect Chaos on the Road – ISTELive Days 3 & 4

Well, you know what they say about good intentions. Tuesday was day 3 of ISTELive, and I had it planned out to be a lower key kind of day. This is when I had most of my volunteer hours planned, so I knew it was going to be a different experience than the previous 2Continue reading “Perfect Chaos on the Road – ISTELive Days 3 & 4”

Perfect Chaos on the road – ISTELive Day 2

Sorry that this didn’t post last night, to be totally honest I fell asleep typing and watching the Men’s College World Series. Here’s my recap from Day 2. My day 2 was a totally different kind of day than day 1. EdTech Bites Podcast I started out the day with Gabriel Carillo from the EdTechContinue reading “Perfect Chaos on the road – ISTELive Day 2”

Perfect Chaos on the Road ISTELive 23 Day 1

Time for a new blog post and this time I am on the road and blogging from ISTELive 23 in Philadelphia. I’m going to blog my way through each session I go to/each activity that I do. That means these posts will get updated throughout the day and I’ll post at night. First session –Continue reading “Perfect Chaos on the Road ISTELive 23 Day 1”

Live from TETC2021 with a Challenge!

Okay, so maybe I’m not really going to go live on video, but I’m is at the Tennessee Educational Technology Conference right now and I thought I would make a post since it has been a while since I’ve posted. It hasn’t been for a lack of having things to say, it’s been from aContinue reading “Live from TETC2021 with a Challenge!”

Moving beyond perceived limits

If you are a regular listener to our podcast, you may have noticed that David and I have very different personalities. Our differences were actually the inspiration behind our logo. David is much more analytical and structured (although people that have dealt with me on calendar issues might disagree) and I am more the freeContinue reading “Moving beyond perceived limits”