This morning I had the honor of giving the opening keynote at the SET-BC District Partner Conference in Vancouver. The title of my talk was Built to Last – What Works in Educational Technology. The purpose of the talk is to provide an overview of what makes some ed tech tools last for many years while others are just a flash in the pan. I was asked to give a ninety minute talk so there were a handful of “turn and talk” breaks during my presentation. The slides from my talk are included below and can be accessed here. The slides alone don’t give the full context of the talk, but you can get a broad outline from it. Later this week or early next week I’ll publish a longer post about some of the details of the presentation.
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