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Best New Tech podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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In this episode I talk you through some video creation tools I tried out during the Emergency Remote Learning months. The links are below, you should check them out. Make sure you know what you need in a video creation tool, which is really determined by what your students need of course, but video creation can be difficult and the end product a di…
 
I have been busy keeping in touch with my students, researching tech tools and developing content. This episode highlights the following tools that I have been using and suggest you give them a try. Audio creation Soundtrap Audacity Garage Band Screencast your content Screencastify Screencast-o-matic Loom Awesome Screenshot Explain and Send Video a…
 
Developing, delivering and assessing online content requires careful of consideration many details. Here are 3 questions that will help with the process. What do you want the students to learn? What do you want the end product to be? Is this a time to try a new tool or use a tool you are comfortable with? Tech Tip or Integration idea- Communicate E…
 
The past few epidsodes have been about student engagement, but this episode is about my engagement. Each day I use the same tech tools, I have become more adept at using them as a result. I use about 3 pieces of online software and try to incorporate 1 or 2 tools as they apply to my teaching. This episode is about my regularly tech tools, whether o…
 
This episode is a continuation of sorts of episode 61 in that I am focusing on creating or increasing student engagement using Google Slides. The last episode, I looked at using Slides to deliver content or have students create a slide demonstrating their understanding of content. This time I want to cover the following points: Using slide links to…
 
Engaging students is a challenge all educators face. No matter how perfect we think our lesson plan is, there always seems to be 1 or 2 students that are slow to get engaged in class. This episode is about using Google Slides to deliver content with or, better yet, have your students create an interactive poster. You might want to work with a tech …
 
In this episode, I look at (literally) the Triple E Framework for integrating tech into the classroom. Get ideas on how to determine if technology is the right tool to use for your lessons or how technology can enhance learning. I encourage you to click the links below and find out more, because this podcast is just a quick overview with a few of m…
 
I have had a great summer. You can probably tell because I have not been podcasting as regularly as I did during the school year. Well, I am sorry about that and I am not sorry about that. I traveled and took time for me. I kept reading articles and listening to podcasts but I noticed that things were slowing down a bit even for those who are the g…
 
Welcome to Season 2!! I discuss some tech free activities and thoughts on how to integrate tech in the process of building the collaboration skills of students. Thanks for listening and drop me an email or leave a review on iTunes. My email is olddognewtech10@gmail.com Tech tools in this episode: Glogster MyHistro Screencastify or WeVideo Google Sh…
 
#1 Awesome Screenshot- Chrome browser extension. https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/. #2 Remove background. https://www.remove.bg/?gclid=CjwKCAjw583nBRBwEiwA7MKvoNw1yMF11GXyWr2K3DEx80y5TYMVHnADnB2nPTzER_55t5oDZyzKOhoC0KUQAvD_BwE #3 Use the share to drive feature on your phone camera. Tech treat. Are cell phones a distraction? Edutopia. https://youtu…
 
First podcast in a couple weeks! End of the year is crazy! I have been using Google slides a lot though and wanted to give you some ideas on how your night use this great tool. I created a program for my concert and a cool website section with links to important information for parents and students. You will look like a pro website developer! Tech …
 
Closing out the year, I am looking at the things I wish would have gone better and the things that went great! In this episode, I focus on 4 things that I should have made sure all students understood before trying to implement some technology. These 4 are not the answer to every problem, but I found myself answering entry level "how to" questions …
 
Integrating tech into the classroom can seem challenging...overwhelming...impossible...even needless. The key is not the tech you use but the method or approach you take. There are many great tools and they do take time to get used to, but most of the time struggles with implementing tech comes from trying to do too much and the experience does not…
 
Any length of video assignment can motivate and inspire students to increase their quality of work. This podcast has suggestions of apps you can use, but also some ideas on approaches of using video creation. If you think that a quick, unedited video has little meaningful learning in it. I disagree, maybe the first few times you use video will be a…
 
Collaborating is a great feature of digital content. There are a few things you must do to make sure everyone has access. This episode highlights sharing Google Drive and Suite content Along with a few tricks for sharing anything that has a linking or embed code feature. Time saving tips that will reduce the steps necessary to collaborate. Utilizin…
 
Google Calendar offers a goal setting feature that enables you to insert a goal into your busy life by answering a few questions. Google will find times based on what you have entered in your calendar and help you reschedule and keep track of your progress. I use this feature on my phone and haven't tried on my computer (not sure it is there to be …
 
I created a tour using Tour Builder and I highlight how I used it. If you haven't had the chance to check out this tool, take some time and do it. This is a great tool for delivering content and letting students develop their own. This is a great tool to use as your first tech integration experience. There are examples of what a tour looks like and…
 
I attended the Michigan Association of Computer Users and Learners Conference at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. I learned a lot and was part of a presentation about Tech Coaching (more of a panel discussion). I have whittled down the things I learned to a top 5. I put links below as needed. I wanted to send a BIG Thank you to my District for pay…
 
In this part of the interview, Jodie and I continue to compare the two groups of tech users- natives and immigrants. We find we belong to both groups and most people do too. What do you think? Does it matter in the end? We talk about solving problems horizontally and look back to the time technology came into our lives and how these experiences hel…
 
We experienced teachers are considered digital immigrants, by some, and our students are digital natives. Does it matter? Media Specialist Jodie Kleymeer joins me in this podcast to talk about this. In Part 1 of this interview, we share a few stories and opinions about our experiences and ideas for the future.…
 
This is the last of a 3 part series on discussion in the classroom. I highlight and review the pieces of tech you can use to help engage students in a classroom discussion. Check out the tech and remember these are great tools, but you are the professional that decides whether to use them. Face-to-face discussion/communication is the focus. Integra…
 
In this episode I talk about the next things I did in fostering stronger discussion skills. Some students are intimidated by students that speak up so easily; so I held a discussion on more general questions that everyone could answer and gave them the opportunity to communicate online and in person. The questions worked well for me and maybe they …
 
In this first part of 3 podcast episodes, I reflect on the first steps I took in developing the discussion skills of my students. Researching articles, books and Twitter led me to using certain types of discussions and developing questioning styles. The articles listed below are a few I found helpful and the tech treats are great for engaging stude…
 
Are you utilizing blended learning? This method of educating demands tech integration, but may not be the right thing for your students. I give you a run down of different blended learning models (complete with my philosophical meanderings) and focus on using Google Sites as a tool for creating meaningful learning. You may be ready to try blended l…
 
In my 40th episode, I look at some articles about what reflection is and why it is important to utilize it in your classroom. I also give a few suggestions on how to integrate tech to start and complete the process. Reflection is an integral part of creating meaningful learning experiences. Think about how this might meet the needs of your students…
 
A pun in the title...This podcast goes with a blog post I did on using Google Keep and Awesome Screenshot to create png's easily. Take a look at it for more examples of what you can do with these tools. Sometimes the biggest barrier to integrating tech into the classroom is time. Part of the challenge is also ease of use, both of the tools can take…
 
Looking back at my first use of tech and comparing that to where I am now might help .make some integration decisions. Google Drive and Keep were my first primary apps but you might want to try something else. Remember student needs drive the integration of tech, but I also think tech can make your teaching life easier or more productive. Remember …
 
My friend and colleague John Daly joins me for a discussion about tech integration past, present and future. John has been a HS teacher for 25+ years and brings his ideas and experiences to the podcast to offer thoughts and ideas on tech integration and successes and failures he has had that may help you with your implementation of ed tech. We take…
 
Not just any elementary teacher in this episode...she is my wife! Married for 26 years with 2 children (ages 19 and 22); she is an incredible wife and mother; and also a fantastic educator. She has been an integral part of the integration of technology in her school and district, teaching music, Project Lead The Way and other programs that have com…
 
I sit down with Robin Kutney, Will Puvalowski, and Jimmy Roehm; 3 outstanding physical education teachers and colleagues. We talk about PE before tech, current uses of tech and a wish list for future integrated tech. This is a great conversation for all educators because all levels of tech use are present during this episode.Check it out!…
 
I was doing some research on online pedagogy, I piloted an online/hybrid course and was struggling a bit, and came across a couple of articles and thought I would read some of the articles and pose a couple of questions and share some thoughts. Among the many overwhelming things in education are learning styles and learning theories. I was checking…
 
I like to use keyboard commands to do the things you can do with a right click.This week I have been using cntrl K a lot. It is Holiday Concert time and I am creating a Google Slides as an online program. I am also printing a few paper copies but, my online program has program notes and I had students help with the creation and I am using some of t…
 
Let's take a look at a Google Site I made following the MACUL Conference in 2017. I made this to share with colleagues and to organize the many tools and ideas I witnessed at the conference. After almost two years, I take a look at the list and talk about whether I need these tools or not. I look at successes and failed attempts that yielded some p…
 
Trying to create more interactive experiences for my students and those who visit my class websites, I have begun experimenting with creating a Google Drawing with images or colorful shapes or text boxes that are linked to information or presentation that I have created. This episode is about how and why I do this.SourcesGutierrez, K. (2018). Studi…
 
If you are not a reader and would be prefer to listen, this podcast episode is for you. If you search the internet for any article or information about education, you will come across Edutopia. The George Lucas Educational Foundation founded the site in 1991 with the focus on creating the opportunity for all students to acquire and effectively appl…
 
Google Sites has received some incredible changes that has made it one of my primary tech tools. In my opinion, it is the easiest website creator to use, but does have some limitations. Still for classroom use, I don’t think there is anything better. If you want to code and create this may not be the best choice. If you want to start a classroom si…
 
In this episode I look back over the previous 24 episode and put in a couple of segments that I think might work right now for you. However, you might want to take a look at the list I put together with links to each episode in case you don’t want to scroll down the episodes. Wow! 25 episodes. I am really having fun with this.Point 1: As I look bac…
 
In 13 school days trimester 1 comes to an end. I have been part of an online collaboration, focusing on getting students to reflect, trying to create more interactive experiences for students, and navigating a hectic time for band directors known as Marching Band Season. What do all of these have in common? More than you think.I think we need some …
 
A couple of changes I have noticed in Google and I am presenting for the first time at a conference. The first is exciting and the second a little scary but both are part of my daily tech integration. This episode I highlight the Google changes and conference prep and how it is changing me and my students. Maybe something will change you too.Tech t…
 
Exploring tech can be time consuming. This episode is short and to the point. Three resources for additional content, learning objects or maybe a primary resource. What do your students need? Is always the question. There are a lot of choices. Here are a few I have used or studied. See what you think.ResourcesOER Commonshttps://www.oercommons.org/C…
 
In this episode, I jump around to different topics and go deeper into a few subjects from past episodes. I like to try and keep episode to less than 30 minutes, usually 20. So, that means somethin' s gotta give...this episode is a compilation of some things I left out, but are worth a listen. The links below are to the sources, articles, and websit…
 
In episode 20, I look at Diffusion of Innovation and a closer look at using Google Drawing or Slides to create an email brochure or bilboard. Episode 19 I discussed several ways I communicate, in this episode I focus on a couple of Google apps and my reasons for choosing the style of communication I use now. Sometimes I forget to look back and see …
 
Early in my career most communication if not all was verbal and written. I didn’t use video or any other form of communication very much or at all. Now that video and audio communication is so much easier via technology, I have many resources I utilize. How do you communicate content, events, opinions? This podcast is about what I use and have seen…
 
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