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Tracy is a former bilingual teacher turned teacher educator, writer, and co-organizer for EdTechWomen Austin.

Every EdTech Conference Should Emulate the Energy of iPadpalooza

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With conferences we need to know people are more than their current role or amount of Twitter followers. When those deemed “presenters” or “featured speakers” take the chance to really make meaningful connections everybody wins.

Carpe ISTE: Sessions, Socializing, and The Food Scene

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With more than 1,000 official sessions and countless events and opportunities to meet up at ISTE 2015, you will experience FOMO (fear of missing out), but resist the urge to overload your schedule. Here's the session you need to get to, the best networking opportunities, and the places you must try while in Philly.

How Might We… Give at ISTE 2015? #SliceOfISTE

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By: Tracy Clark. With #SliceOfISTE, the hope is to have ISTE attendees flood the local business, Rosa’s Pizza, which donates free slices of pizza to area folks in need of a meal.

Five Activities That Helped Me Survive the End of the School Year

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May we not just survive the end of the school year, but use the last interactions with our students and colleagues to set the pace for next year.

To My Son’s Future Teacher

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By: Tracy Clark. As part of our Smart Parents series, Tracy writes a letter to her son's future teacher, asking any teachers to help inspire and nurture his sense of wonder and curiosity for learning.

10 Things Your Professional Learning Partners Should Want to Tell You

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Why your professional learning partners should model the posture of experimentation by both encouraging and supporting the desire to try new things, asking difficult questions, and pushing boundaries.

10 Spring Cleaning To Dos for Your Digital Abode: Part II

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As you tackle your spring cleaning list, don’t forget your digital life! Then when you have rested and disconnected for a bit, you can come back to a clean digital abode and do work that matters.

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