2015 ACCE Study Tour
AbstractThe Australian Council for Computers in Education began study tours in 2008 and have been led in the past by Tony Brandenburg, John Oxley, Jason Zagami, Trudi Sweeney and Karen Swift. Typical of each tour is the camaraderie that develops between participants and the networking possibilities with other, like-minded educators. The 2015 tour was no different: an eclectic group and we found we could offer alternative perspectives to one another, and gain a better understanding of one another’s roles in education. The tour culimnated with attendance at the ISTE conference in Philadelphia
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