If you’ve ever been to an ed-tech conference, you’re well aware that some of the most interesting conversations happen over Twitter. While it’s impossible to attend every session, a quick scan of a conference hashtag can fill you in and spur you to join the conversation, even if you can’t physically be in the same room as your fellow attendees.
CoSN 2015 has dominated the Twittersphere this week as CTOs, technology managers, instructional technologists and K-12 administrators descend upon Atlanta for four days of networking and sessions covering topics on everything from E-rate, to professional development, to designing school networks to managing a 1:1 and much more.
I’d encourage anyone who isn’t able to attend the conference to check out #CoSN15, the official conference hashtag. I’ve certainly enjoyed keeping an eye on my Twitter feed and keeping up with the action elsewhere in the conference headquarters, the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.
Here are 10 thought provoking tweets that have caught my eye.
— CoSN (@CoSN) March 17, 2015
— Michelle Bourgeois (@milobo) March 17, 2015
— Jim Vanides (@jgvanides) March 16, 2015
— Michael Walker (@micwalker) March 17, 2015
A bad teacher can have a good 15 minutes in a lesson; a great teacher can have a bad 15 minutes in a lesson. Can’t treat the same #cosn15
— Mark Fuson (@mafuson) March 17, 2015
— Just Another Teacher (@_TeacherX) March 17, 2015
— Jason Seaver (@JasonSeaver1975) March 17, 2015
A leaders job is to create and manage culture #CoSN15
— Bill Mann (@educatormann) March 17, 2015
— Chad A. Stevens (@k12cto) March 17, 2015
— Benjamin Herold (@BenjaminBHerold) March 17, 2015