Volunteer Breakfast and a Recap of Monday


ISTE Monday

The conference moved too fast for me yesterday. I think if space and time would flex to my whims yesterday would last a year. There were many great sessions but the majority of my “choice” time was dedicated to poster sessions, playgrounds, and meeting people I had only met online before.

I also had “Non-choice” time. Not that these activities were thing I did not want to do but try we’re things I did as part of my SIG involvements. In total I spent three hours, or in my imagined space-time-flex – three years, with the mobile learning group. For part of the time I helped at the mobile app sharing session and participated in the business meeting. If I could I would have stretched that time to years in order to sleep and play with each idea.

This morning I met many of the ISTE volunteer members. In just a moment I will get the chance to mingle with everyone!


About the author: Rurik

Known both as Ru (or as the title suggests, Ru Ru the Ruiner), Rurik studies ways games can designed to improve society, especially in the realm of education.