I wish I had enjoyed more time to meet and interview all the folks that presented (hmm, maybe that could be a requirement for next time...post a video presentation of your poster session?).
Audio From Featured Speakers
Here are a few of the interviews:
- Listen to opening recording. I'm impressed that the audio turned out so well. If I had any doubts about the iRig mic working on my Android phone, then this recording settled those! Audio came in great.
- Listen to one of the speakers share her journey from teacher to software engineer. "Fail fast, learn faster." Powerful story about perseverance, failure and
- Listen to Anthony Salcito share about E2 and what it is about. These are his opening remarks at the event. Check this tweet video for more.
- Listen to Anthony Salcito responds to the question, how does technology improve learning outcomes?
- One of the featured speakers shares a vision of celebrating success of people who are using tech.
- Micro:bit in a Digital Maker program in Singapore.
- Listen to this great presentation by Dr Molly Z. See her slidedeck online.
Ten Interviews with E2 Learning Marketplace Poster Session PresentersHere are a few of the folks I interviewed:
Interview #1 - Martin Castro from Guatemala: This was a fun interview since I did it in Spanish. You'll catch me code-switching as I try to share the TCEA.org website. Sigh.
Interview #2 - Adin Begic from Bosnia & Herzegovina: What a joy to meet Adin and get to chat with him throughout the E2 Conference.
Interview #3 - Brittney Hebnes (USA): So nice to make another friend from the USA.
Interview #4 - Lindsey Troyanoski (USA)
Interview #5 - Lindelani Mhlongo (South Africa)
Interview #6 - Kris Vande Moortel from Belgium
Interview #7 - Sereen: Listen to
Interview #8 - Hongrae Kim from Korea
(more pics here)
Interview #9 - Stephane Cloatre from France
Interview #10 - Nabila Hamed
Whew! There were over 400 educators at E2 and I only managed to chat with ten. Still, what an inspiration to listen to these talented educators again.
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