I just spent four days immersed in conversations and presentations pertaining to educational technology integration. I learned as much from talking to my personal learning network as I did from the sessions I attended.
*Had the opportunity to meet with the other coaches in my region to set up a regional sharing day for our teachers.
*Participated in a Skype backchannel which helped to cement what I was learning while collaborating and sharing with others.
*Participated in live blogging during a Keynote presentation.
*Connected fact to face with many other Keystone Technology Integrators (whom I met this summer at the Summit). The way the Summit works... former Keystones come back and work with the new Keystones. So I not only got to visit with other 2007 Keystones, but former Keystones who have greatly impacted my life.
*Attended workshops and sessions to enhance my understanding of technology integration.
*Presented to others "Web2.0 Tools Go Elementary"
For more information on the sessions at PETE&C, check out this wiki started by CFF Coach Michelle Krill. Throughout the conference, and after, many of us collaborated by adding content to it.