Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow: Interview EdTech12

In Washington, D.C., I had the chance to talk with Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow about teaching with wireless technology.
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In Washington, D.C., I had the chance to talk with Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow about teaching with wireless technology. My first EdTech Wireless Conference was the first in 2010. At that conference we were more like cheerleaders for handheld devices, but at the 2012 event, we were really talking about being users with students in an everyday way. Please watch my talk with Julie Evans, and also check out the 2012 Speak Up Survey at the Project Tomorrow website.

Ken Royal is a teacher/education and education technology blogger/reporter, video interviewer, podcaster, education event news commentator with 34 years of classroom/school and instructional technology experience. His teaching accomplishments include: 4-time district teacher of the year, Connecticut Middle School Teacher of the Year, and Bill and Melinda Gates award for Technology School of Excellence. Read more of Ken’s work at Royal Reports.

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