I’ll be short on this post as I’m late to the scene as Rob, Dean & Heather have already done a great job covering the various sessions of this event.
I just want to say that I had an excellent experience in attending the TLT Conference in Saskatoon, and this is attributed mostly to the opportunity to converse and brainstorm with the great minds and leaders we have in Saskatchewan in the area of educational technology. It was great to catch up with people I haven’t had much time to talk to over the past year, and to hear about some of the great initiatives underway. Collectively, the conference attendees cover just about every innovation and idea imaginable and I truly believe that Saskatchewan has developed a wonderful mass of interested, dedicated, wise and powerful educators, and I’m just glad to be a part of it.
I took part in a couple of sessions, most notably a live-podcasting session with the other members of the EdtechPosse. The Posse did a session about podcasting while creating a podcast, and the produced audio can be found at the Edtech Posse website. You can also check out the wiki for the session.
As mentioned on the other members’ blogs, this was the very first time that all four members of the Edtech Posse actually met face-to-face. It’s always been great to bounce ideas and thoughts off these individuals through the podcast, and I really think we’ve discovered an innovative approach to self-determined professional development. It’s been great guys, and I am looking forward to the next podcast.
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