ISTE 2018

ISTE 2018 is now in the books. I’ve had some time to process the information and the experience.

ISTE is always overwhelming. There is a lot going on. There are thousands and thousands of people. (I know that they said they had the highest attendance ever, but I never heard how many). According to what I heard, there were over 18,000 people.

I didn’t feel as though I saw everything. There are poster sessions, presentations, and meetings that I would’ve liked to see but missed. This has always been the case. There is simply too much going on.

However, I always have a perspective of what I want to get out of the conference. For me, this year was about not getting caught up in the “shiny things”, but trying to focus on substantive topics, ideas and learning. I still believe that we get way too caught up in focusing on shiny things.

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