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Random Act of Kindness – ISTE Day 1

Posted on: June 30, 2014

I am already realizing there are just not enough hours in the day to do all the things I want to do! Today is my third day at ISTE, the International Society for Technology in Education conference, and my sponge of learning about technology has been saturated so many times, I am overwhelmed with the process of wringing out my knowledge to learn more. This place is a vacuum of non-stop energy, swirling around faster than I can document!

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I have been busy doing random acts of kindness throughout this conference. Here are just a few of the things I have left for other people to discover (or given to them myself!)

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I even went all out and hid an extra special RAK to be discovered by someone at the conference:

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It’s exciting to imagine the surprised smiles when people discover these RAKs as they experience all the wonderfulness of this technology conference. I’m hoping those that find my little acts of kindness will tweet on Twitter using the hashtag #iste2014RAK. If you’re on Twitter, you can follow me @HCPSTinyTech as I tweet about the neat things I learn and the fun people I meet. My next post will be about my Ignite presentation and the awesome RAK that happened right before I went on stage!

Now… To find the time to blog again… 🙂

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[…] my favorite parts of the ISTE conference was interacting with people. As many of you know from my previous post, I made a deliberate attempt to show kindness to others, from leaving notes and candy in hidden […]

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