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Monica Burns from the popular EdTech blog ClassTechTips brings you teaching strategies, tips and activity ideas. Each podcast focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms. Monica provides actionable, relevant tips for teachers so you can make this school year the best one yet! Join author, speaker, and blogger, Dr. Monica Burns for an EdTech podcast that helps take the stress out of integrating education technology into your classroom.
 
MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.
 
Engage with this unique podcast - each week one of our team of experts will explore from one to three favourite and impactful apps or platforms for learning and teaching. Sometimes we'll add downloadable resources and guides too.What makes this different is the way we use neuroscience and learning design models to explore and assess the value of the app to teaching and learning. We also include adult learning - the training game in particular - to the scope of our content and recommendations ...
 
The commute institute is a driving to work, or school in this manner. Pass the time while getting some edtech educational philosophy. Some episodes will just be weird stuff I think about with some gems sprinkled throughout.. From Technology to Curriculum to Parents and students. Background music credit to Bensound.com Thank you so much for allowing me to use this recording.
 
From Ben Whitaker, Dan Fitzpatrick and Steven Hope. The Edufuturists podcast is a continuing conversation with guests from all over the world about education, technology, the future and everything between. "I never listened to podcasts before I came across EduFuturist they are mindblowingly amazing!" Z Bukhari.
 
We are committed to helping educators and those in the education community explore the successes, challenges, and opportunities in education. We give a voice to educators who have committed their lives to developing learners and are constantly looking for ways to do so better. Join us every other week as we learn together, one conversation at a time!
 
Digital Learning Radio is a podcast dedicated to exploring ways to use technology to empower learning within a classroom, campus, or district. Each week, our conversations center around living, learning, and leading with technology. The hosts are members of the Region 10 Education Service Center’s Digital Learning Team, and we frequently interview educators and other guests from around the country. Whether you’re looking for resources, favorite tech tips and tools, or want to hear ways techn ...
 
This podcast is the audio-only version of TLDCast, a livestreamed broadcast for instructional designers, learning experience designers, educational technologists, or anyone involved in workplace learning. Some of the audio content is edited for brevity. Learn more at www.TLDC.us.
 
The Third Millenium Education is a collection of thoughts and inspirations of stakeholders within education. A podcast exploring state mandated education, its relevance, impact and how it can best meet the needs of third millennium learners, employers and the country. Whether you are a parent, training to be a teacher, a policymaker, an academic, an education innovator or someone working in edtech there will be something for you. This podcast is hosted by Zenna Hopson. www.ZennaHopson.com
 
The Global PhysEd Voxcast is a podcast that is dedicated to providing health and physical education teachers around the world a platform to learn and share best practices. We use the Voxer application to showcase some of the top educators in our field and attempt to analyze their success. The Global PhysEd Voxcast has included topics such as standards-based instruction, neuroscience, mindfulness, and social justice. We attempt to bring you topical issues that will improve your teaching and u ...
 
There's a lot going on. Technology, grading, policy, planning, DeVos, grading, iPads, conferences, grading, Trump, classroom management, grading, curriculum, special needs, and did we say grading? - we get it. OnEducation is here to help. We have honest conversations about teachers, teaching, and everything in between. It's time we talked, and we're hoping you will join the conversation. Meet Mike and Glen. We're educators. We've been everywhere you've been. Mike is Canadian, Glen is America ...
 
This Week in Education is a video show that breakdowns the biggest stories and latest trends in education in roughly 10 minutes. Your host, EJ Carrion, is an award-winning social entrepreneur, EdTech CEO, and public speaker who will offer timely insights, witty comments, and real conversations with industry leaders who are doing meaningful work during these historic times. The podcast will include extended discussions that do not air on the weekly show but perfect for people who want to go i ...
 
EdTech Bites is a Podcast about all things EdTech and Food hosted by Gabriel Carrillo. He interviews teachers, leaders, and innovators to discuss the latest trends in educational technology. Many times, while sharing a meal together. So subscribe, tell a friend or colleague, and remember that great conversations happen when we break bread with great people. Buen Provecho!
 
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Do you want to find out how to use podcasts in your classroom? In this episode, I will share tips for using podcasts with students across grade levels and subject areas. We’ll also talk about setting a purpose, finding resources and involving families. Podcasts are an excellent way to engage students in learning because they can be used to introduc…
 
Welcome to episode 215 ("Advertising is Complicated") of the EdTech Situation Room from April 14, 2021, where technology news meets educational analysis. This week Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) discussed Google's new advertisement targeting technology initiative, privacy and advertisement-opt out tools, and Google searc…
 
This week we are joined by Carissa Cabrera to help us celebrate Earth Day and explore some of the ways that we can use technology to help bring awareness to these issues in the classroom. Here's what we talked about... News & Followup: Miro Education accounts Try TickTick Whiteboard.chat has handwriting recognition in 50 languages IconsMania #WCCS2…
 
EdTech Bites es un podcast sobre todo lo relacionado con la tecnología educativa y la comida presentado por Gabriel Carrillo. Entrevista a maestros, líderes y innovadores para discutir el uso y el efecto que tiene la tecnología educativa en las escuelas mientras comparten una comida juntos. Así que suscríbase y recuerde que las mejores conversacion…
 
This episode we explore augmented reality (AR) and how it stacks up against SAMR, AGES and the 5 EdTech principles. We also discover how AR can flip the switch and light up reluctant learners. To help us we have a highly credentialed and special guest, Brad Waid. Brad is one of the leading experts on AR in the classroom, and his bio underlines the …
 
Feedback, Shoutouts, and News (1:25) Changes to Google Workspace storage https://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2021/04/google-has-announced-that-its-unlimited.html https://workspaceupdates.googleblog.com/2021/04/changes-to-google-workspace-storage.html EdTech Thought and Recommendation (10:00) 10 Ways to Harness the Power of the Chat Function 1. …
 
This week, the Getting Smart team is speaking with Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski about their new book, When You Wonder, You're Learning: Mister Rogers’ Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, Caring Kids. Gregg Behr is the Executive Director of The Grable Foundation, a father, and a children’s advocate whose work is inspired by the legacy o…
 
COVID-19 brought about new concerns beyond social distancing and campus cleanliness protocols. Accessibility standards also needed to be updated. Mark Eggert, Audio Visual Technical at Macalester College, returns to the show to discuss their recent upgrades, including flattening graphics, spoken response, and multiple user modes. Connect with Mark …
 
We haven't had a Community Discussion in a while, so it was really nice to get back to that format and talk about What the Pandemic Taught Us About Remote Learning and Working. We also had a special guest, Kayleen Holt of Scissor Tail Creative Services. Kayleen has a somewhat different perspective on how things have changed; she has disabilities. A…
 
In this episode, Andy Vasily and I have a conversation about Meaningful PE. This is the first episode in a series of ongoing conversations we will be having throughout the year about the Meaningful PE framework and how we can best implement it in our PE setting. Meaningful PE Website: https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/ Help support the show: patre…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Aly Murray, Co-Founder and Executive Director of UPchieve, about her work to provide free online tutoring to low-income high school students. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: upchieve.org hello@upchieve.org Visit wegrowteachers.com for more info on our workshops and services.…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss how test publishers are making a huge profit from supposed “learning loss”, take a dive into the proposed curriculum in Alberta and our two guests this week are educators and authors Jared Cooney Horwath & David Bott. Guest: Jared Cooney Horwath & David Bott Jared Cooney Horvath i…
 
In this episode Kathryn and Laura kick off the new season and catch up as they share some reflections on the past year and answer the question: What have you learned this year about professional learning that has transformed your thinking? Resources: Pear Deck Student Paced Mode | Pear Deck Add Audio Would you Rather: Designing with Choice in Mind,…
 
Welcome to Episode 4 and the final instalment of the #ExploringNeurodiversity podcast, a co-produced podcast mini-series brought to you by @FENews and @CognAssist. In this episode, your hosts Gavin O’Meara from FE News and Louise Karwowski, Head of Science at Cognassist are joined by Charles Dall'omo, CEO of Train Together and his colleague Nicola …
 
Hannah Jones, founder & director of Connecting Learning talks about how technology can benefit education. Hannah Jones says “Technology needs to make learning easier, quicker, or better.” “Learners need to get excited about creating content online and collaborating together.” “It is important to have fun while learning.” “Technology needs to make l…
 
Today Tom is sitting down with Dr. Trish Scanlon, CEO and founder of SoapBox Labs. Dr. Scanlon is one of the foremost leaders in voice technology — especially with regards to children’s voices. She has over 20 years of experience working in speech recognition technology, including Bell Laboratories and IBM. In 2018, Dr. Scanlon was named one of For…
 
Internet shutdowns continue in Myanmar and now two new reports show the impact these have had. Top10VPN estimates these have cost the country’s economy more than $1bn, while cybersecurity firm Recorded Future Inc. has confirmed how people are still trying to connect with each other using Bluetooth and messaging apps like Bridgefy as well as accessi…
 
In this episode, I connect with Thomas Murray to chat about authentic edtech integration. We discuss the myths and debunk what some might consider “edtech integration”. It’s a great conversation fueled by passion, leadership, and chicken wings! Thomas is a huge fan of “buffalo anything” so we figured that buffalo wings fit best for this conversatio…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for April 2021: Big changes in store for ChromeOS this fall? Updated timeline on storage …
 
There are many ways to help your students refocus during class, but brain breaks can be a great way to give them a little break and allow them time for self-regulation. In this episode, you’ll learn what brain breaks are, why they work, and some activities that you can use with your class right away! Show notes -> https://classtechtips.com/2021/04/…
 
Hello and Welcome to another potentially useful episode of the TCAPSLoop Podcast!! My name is Larry Burden and I’m joined remotely by the ever inspiring Danelle Brostrom, the TechNollerGist, David Noller and our very special guest, TCAPS UpNorth Virtual Teacher. Marie Willis. Moment of Zen Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywher…
 
Drew Perkins talks with historians Walter Hawthorne and Daryle Williams about their project to help make the stories of the peoples of the historical slave trade more public and accessible. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: enslaved.org enslaved.org@gmail.com Redoshi (Sally Smith): https://twitter.com/hutchinscenter/status/13765646544288…
 
Ben Lancour is a physical education teacher and author of Henry and the Gym Monster. More than just a fun story, Henry and the Gym Monster is a wonderful way to start meaningful conversations with kids about self-control and making thoughtful choices in gym class and in life. Help support the Kickstarter campaign from April 15 to May 15. HenryAndTh…
 
Our guest for this episode is Anja Hartleb-Parson. And if you're a regular TLDC viewer or listener, you know that Anja has been on a few times before, mostly talking about Data Science and L&D. So it was with great interest when she approached me to discuss this episode, whose title is "A Sample Size of 1: Living and Working with Autism". This epis…
 
This episode's guest, Bhakti Karkare, likes to say that good facilitation creates magical experiences. But in talking to her, you also learn there's a whole lot of science behind good facilitation too. In this conversation, Bhakti focuses on discussing her professional passion, facilitation. But what you quickly learn from Bhakti is that it's not j…
 
Drew Perkins talks with Emma Brown, investigative reporter for the Washington Post and author about her book "To Raise a Boy: Classrooms, Locker Rooms, Bedrooms, and the Hidden Struggles of American Boyhood" Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: toraiseaboy.com @emmersbrown Amazon: To Raise a Boy: Classrooms, Locker Rooms, Bedrooms, and the …
 
#SEL​ #SEELearning​ #DalaiLama​ Are you looking to implement an SEL curriculum district-wide? We sit down with Dianne Acuna Andree and Ben Knaebel from City Schools of Decatur who implemented SEE Learning, a new K-12 education program started by Emory University and the Dalai Lama after their community experienced a challenging year ignited by the …
 
#antimarginalization​ #antiracistschools​ #curriculum​ ICSD's Anti-marginalization curriculum: https://www.ithacacityschools.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=1346​ As Americans, we are not just enduring a health pandemic but a racial pandemic reeled with deadly hate crimes and violence. Responding to the moment, districts across the country are accelera…
 
Learn how to support Black male teachers and educators with Dr. Baron R. Davis, superintendent of Richland School District Two. Increasing the Black male teacher representation in schools across the nation requires strategic planning, including collaborative efforts at the national, state, district, and local levels. A long-term commitment of resou…
 
Welcome to episode 214 ("Order Chromebooks NOW") of the EdTech Situation Room from April 7, 2021, where technology news meets educational analysis. This week Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) discussed a copyright/fair use victory for Google and software developers everywhere, Russia and China's plans to host an in-person c…
 
Laura Kile (@mslkile) and Kathryn Laster (@kklaster) are excited to begin Season 9 of Digital Learning Radio. Join us in reflective discussions related to all that we’ve learned about professional learning (and ourselves!) over the past year, and how our thinking has been transformed regarding designing professional learning experiences post pandem…
 
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