I am a geek and proud of it. No, not a Star Wars geek or anything like that (though to those who are, you go!) I am a tech geek. More precisely, an EdTech geek. And sometimes it reaches fangirl status.
If you are in the educational technology world, and you don't know Leslie Fisher
, you are missing out. Seriously. Check out her website
. And if you can't make it to a conference or workshop where Leslie is presenting, sometimes she does these fantastic webinars. If you can't find a webinar, follow her on twitter
. It will be well worth it! From gadgets to Google. From Adobe to Augmented Reality. Learn with Leslie and you'll have tools you can use the next day!
The first time I met Leslie was at the MACUL 2016. It was the end of a long day, and I was walking by a ballroom where she was presenting to a standing-room only audience. The room kept dissolving into oohs and aahhs every few minutes and I was curious. I poked my head in, found a little piece of wall to claim, and listened.
And ooohed. And aahhed. And became intrigued. And became a Twitter follower. And lo and behold, became a fangirl.
Every year since then, I intentionally plan my MACUL
schedule so that I can attend at least one of Leslie's sessions. This year I'm totally stoked because I am going to a pre-conference session with her, where I'll get to spend three glorious hours soaking up Leslie's wisdom and learning about the Merge Cube (more on that another post!)
I. Can't. Wait!
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