Australian teacher gets an education at ISTE conference

07/15/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Anne Mirtschin, an award-winning teacher from Australia, writes in this blog post about her recent trip to the International Society for Technology in Education conference in the U.S., which she describes as the "world's largest classroom." At the conference, Mirtschin said she was surprised when only about a dozen of the hundreds of attendees at one session said their schools had one-to-one technology programs, and she noted that, in America, there appears to be more fear regarding the use of online technology in schools.

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