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Tweet Episode 52 of the EdTech TV Podcast brings it to a close This is the End It’s been a damn good run. Please listen to the episode to hear my thoughts on wrapping up this chapter and moving into my next projects. If you want to find my new EdTech in ESL podcast with Ixchell Reyes, please go to DIESOL.org If you want to find my new EdTech in Hig…
 
Tweet Episode 51 of the EdTech TV Podcast brings on Chris Hesselbein from InsertCoin.org. Chris has been creating a buzz with his in-depth understanding of Gamification – where it works, where it doesn’t, and how to apply it. Gamification with Chris Hesselbein Chris Hesselbein (@chrishesselbein) should get an honorary doctorate for the depth of kno…
 
Tweet Episode 50 of the EdTech TV Podcast discusses what willpower means and some alternatives to help you keep your resolutions. It also looks at bridging the gap between the analog and digital world for those of us who love our paper. Also, a look at the updated EdTech.tv Logo. Updated Logo: After much deliberation, I decided to update the EdTech…
 
Tweet Episode 49 of the EdTech TV Podcast looks at the importance of Net Neutrality in education. Net Neutrality in Education On the surface, Net Neutrality comes across as a boring topic as made abundantly clear by John Oliver in the video below. But few things are more important to our basic rights as free and unfettered access to information wit…
 
Tweet Episode 48 of the EdTech TV Podcast visits “older” technology that may not get a highlight as often in the days where there’s a new toy to play with every week. Also: a brief review of Google Certification. Revisiting Old Tech – NoRedInk, Vocabulary.com, Kahoot There’s a lot of great technology out there that can help students, but that often…
 
Tweet Episode 46 of the EdTech TV Podcast jumps into Group Chat/Integrated Collaboration services like Slack and Ryver, and explores the use of Guided Access in iOS in the classroom. Slack vs Ryver – Team Communication without E-mail Integrated Collaboration Services: Slack Ryver Microsoft Teams Hipchat Slack vs. Ryver: Each service has its own str…
 
Tweet Episode 46 of the EdTech TV Podcast examines ways we can help our students navigate through the confusion of Alternative Facts and Fake News. Alternative Facts, Fake News and the CRAAP Test Alternative Facts: Kellyanne Conway’s Interview on Meet The Press Questions to ponder: How do we ensure students pursue academic integrity when they can t…
 
Tweet Episode 45 of the EdTech TV Podcast looks at Amazon’s hidden project, Kindle in Motion, and we discuss the realities of where teachers are with tech moving into 2017. Kindle in Motion In August of 2016 Kindle quietly launched a program called Kindle in Motion, with about 8 books on their roster. Now as we’re wrapping up the year there are abo…
 
Tweet Episode 44 of the EdTech TV Podcast interviews an anonymous member of a professional development organization trying to affect change using subversive tactics. Google’s PhotoScan Google put out a new app that lets you scan photographs from your phone without “just taking a picture” – definitely a useful addition to anyone’s app toolbelt. Down…
 
Tweet Episode 43 of the EdTech TV Podcast delves into using Iron Chef as inspiration for professional development and Lesson Planning. Kaz Shida and Ixchell Reyes walk us through how they created a successful workshop for teachers. Iron Educator Kaz Shida and Ixchell Reyes are members of the Inland Empire Board of CATESOL. They developed a professi…
 
Tweet Episode 42 of the EdTech TV Podcast takes a look at the Apple Teacher Program and waves farewell to Evernote after they chose to dismiss their free users. Apple Teachers Apple launched both the Everyone Can Code Initiative and the Apple Teacher Program. Both were mostly overlooked by the news of shiny new iPhones that don’t have headphone jac…
 
Tweet Episode 41 of the EdTech TV Podcast looks briefly at Pokemon Go and Instagram stories, and takes a look at California’s Higher Ed secret amongst teachers. Pokemon Go Are you one of the 3 people who hasn’t played it? Download from the app store here. Check out David Theriault’s article: 14 Reasons Why Pokemon Go is the Future of Learning Insta…
 
Tweet In episode 40 of the EdTech TV Podcast I cover some of the highlights of the CUE conference that took place in March in Palm Springs, CA. I take a specific look at the vendors, the sessions, and the people of CUE. CUE in Review: a look back at #CUE16 – The Computer Using Educators’ Conference The annual CUE conference is the largest of its ki…
 
Tweet In episode 39 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk with Sarah Thomas (@SarahDaTeechur) and Nicol Howard (@NicolRHoward) about creating a virtual multi-day session #EdCamp over Voxer. We explore how it was done, what was involved, and how people can copy the model. Nicol Howard and Sarah Thomas share how they collaborated to make #EdCampVoxer In De…
 
Tweet In episode 38 of the EdTech TV Podcast I look at some (very late) predictions for EdTech in 2016 and introduce voice typing with Google Docs. (Late late late!) Predictions on EdTech Trends for 2016 If you’re looking to add quizzes, comprehension checks, and assessments to videos for your students, there are a lot of growing options. Interacti…
 
Tweet In episode 37 of the EdTech TV Podcast I explore some of the current options in interactive videos between EdPuzzle, EduCanon & Zaption. I also look at creating your own qualitative student surveys. Interactive Videos with EdPuzzle, EduCanon & Zaption If you’re looking to add quizzes, comprehension checks, and assessments to videos for your s…
 
Tweet In episode 36 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk about focusing your grading to hit what matters. I also discuss Scannable for creating PDFs of loose papers. Grade Like a Sniper Most teachers, while well-intentioned, seem to take the “firebombing” approach to grading papers. Students papers end up so scratched up with red marks that it looks lik…
 
Tweet In episode 35 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk about Imposter Syndrome, the feeling that we’re not good enough to do what we do. I Blew It. More thoughts on the Imposter Syndrome and how do deal with it are available at the American Psychological Association: http://www.apa.org/gradpsych/2013/11/fraud.aspx Google Forms Google forms are a great…
 
Tweet In episode 34 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk about ClassTools.net – one of the essential EdTech resources, and how lighting can affect our brainwaves. ClassTools.net Brent talks about ClassTools.net and the many resources available through the site. Definitely worth adding to your bookmarks and having front and ready, even if some of the gra…
 
Tweet In episode 33 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk with David Theriault (@davidtedu) about how growing up with punk affected his teaching, how you can be productive without a tech budget, and getting students thinking on deeper levels. David Theriault chats about Punk, DIY and Critical Thinking David shares a number of resources and people you sho…
 
Tweet In episode 32 of the EdTech TV Podcast I discuss using Prezi for non-linear presentations and how I use Audioboom for podcasting in my classroom. Using Prezi for Non-Linear Presentations Prezi is a great presentation tool when used properly. Most people use it as a simple replacement for a standard powerpoint with funky animations, but in thi…
 
Tweet In episode 31 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk with Catherine Coleman about how she built out the Coleman Modules – a grid to organize resources so teachers can help students take better advantage of their self-study time. Catherine Coleman on Organizing Resources through the Coleman Modules Catherine Coleman is an Adjunct Professor at Irvine …
 
Tweet In episode 30 of the EdTech TV Podcast I share 5 Personal Safety Apps to share with your students, friends and co-workers. I also discuss Blab.im as the latest in shared video chat. Personal Safety Apps Personal safety is a big issue for everybody these days, and a lot of people aren’t aware that your phone can be used to help keep you and yo…
 
Tweet In episode 29 of the EdTech TV Podcast I talk with Scott Bedley (@scotteach) about his research into the value of homework and the struggles involved with leaving the traditional homework model behind. Scott Bedley on Making Homework Optional Scott shares his experiences and thoughts on mandatory, optional, or no homework options. Connect wit…
 
Tweet In Episode 28 of the EdTech TV Podcast we’re looking at 7 tips and tricks to help make a better YouTube experience. We also look at iPhone shortcuts to help you save time. 7 Tips and Tricks for YouTube YouTube is a great resource, but most of us don’t realize that there are tons of little easter eggs and useful features hiding right beneath t…
 
Tweet In Episode 27 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent talks about the tech we don’t use in classes, trello as a project management system in schools, and other bits of fun. My new book is on the verge of finalization! I’ve been working as co-author on Compelling Conversations Japan for about 3 years, and while the book is not about EdTech, if you are …
 
Tweet In Episode 26 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent talks about what you can learn from classroom observations, Hemingway, and San Francisco. If you’re in Orange County, make sure to look into joining the EdCamp OC this Saturday! https://edcamp.wikispaces.com/edcamp+OC Classroom Observations Classroom observations are one of my secret tools to impro…
 
Tweet In Episode 25 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent shares his thoughts on how to run a Twitter chat and also shares a language resource for yourself or for students. How to Run a Twitter Chat I was recently asked to guest host a couple of Twitter Chats: #PodcastPD (Sundays at 5:30 Pacific, 8:30 Eastern) run by AJ Bianco, Chris Nesi, and Stacey Lind…
 
Tweet In Episode 24 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent shares his struggles with his first experience teaching and how he had to make changes to stick with teaching. He also discusses Pixlr.com and photoshop alternatives. #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teach Like a PIRATE…
 
Tweet In Episode 23 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent interviews Matt Miller, author of Ditch That Textbook and proprietor of DitchThatTextbook.com #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teach Like a PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave) Learn Like a PIRATE – Paul Solarz (@paulso…
 
Tweet In Episode 22 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent shares a recent and teachable case of plagiarism and how a PLN helped create swift justice. #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teach Like a PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave) Learn Like a PIRATE – Paul Solarz (@paulsola…
 
Tweet In Episode 21 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent talks about how to approach the Flipped Class even with a busy schedule. He also shares Photos for Class as a resource. #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teach Like a PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave) Learn Like a PIR…
 
Tweet In Episode 20 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses why design is important and how you shouldn’t sacrifice your lesson or presentation for poorly designed PowerPoints. #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teach Like a PIRATE – Dave Burgess (@burgessdave) Learn Lik…
 
Tweet In Episode 19 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses boredom, how it helps shape us, and how our lack of boredom may reduce creativity and innovation. He also talks about using Canned Responses to save time when using Gmail. #TLAP Giveaway The giveaway is over, but you can still get these books and follow their authors! Check them out: Teac…
 
Tweet In Episode 18 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses How to manage expectations and how it can make a huge difference in the quality of our lives and our teaching. He also looks at the new Text To Speech function in Pocket. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spre…
 
Tweet In Episode 17 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses words we should remove from our vocabulary in order to communicate with our students and colleagues more effectively. Brent also takes a look at Clarisketch for Android devices. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do …
 
Tweet In Episode 16 of the EdTech TV Podcast we talk to Jeff Bradbury about how he teaches full time, maintains a podcast network, and has time for his triplets. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spread the word! Click Here to Enter the Giveaway! Expansion on #EdTechQ J…
 
Tweet In Episode 15 Brent looks at App Smashing – the idea of using multiple apps to create a final, blended digital product. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spread the word! Click Here to Enter the Giveaway! Smash It Up! App Smashing App Smashing is the process of us…
 
Tweet In Episode 14 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses password security using LastPass and Skitch for computers and phones. Lock It Down: Password Security Use LastPass to generate and keep passwords safe. Check out LastPass Also Brent shares a secret tip to keep your personal information safe. Skitch Check out Skitch The Non-Tech Rec Mike R…
 
Tweet In Episode 13 Brent revisits the idea of the #EdTechQ hashtag on twitter and how to increase your productivity using Spreed. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spread the word! Click Here to Enter the Giveaway! #EdTechQ The idea for #EdTechQ was originally discusse…
 
Tweet In Episode 12 Brent discusses the pros and cons of audiobooks and whether or not you should use them in the classroom. Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spread the word! Click Here to Enter the Giveaway! All About Audiobooks Brent shares some thoughts on the pros …
 
Tweet On Episode 11 we talk about the Power of Handwriting (just in time for #PenATweet Day) and we discuss the rules of the road for keeping it real on Twitter Giveaway In the new giveaway one lucky winner will get a $50 Amazon Gift Card as a teacher. All you have to do is spread the word! Click Here to Enter the Giveaway! The Power of Handwriting…
 
Tweet In Episode 10 of the EdTechTV Podcast we discuss 10 tips to make a Teachers’ Conference more valuable. Giveaway The Amazon Giveaway is over – thank you for participating! 10 Tips for a Productive Teacher Conference Choose your sessions carefully. Sit in the back unless you’re sure Map out your backup choices. Follow the names See if the resou…
 
Tweet In Episode 9 of the EdTechTV Podcast we explore different ways to improve the podcast listening experience and Interactive Fiction in the Classroom. Giveaway The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so please consider leaving a…
 
Tweet In Episode 8 of the EdTechTV Podcast we discuss Sleep and Productivity and how to integrate tech into the low budget classroom. Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so please consider leaving a review on iTunes! I…
 
Tweet In Episode 7 of the EdTechTV Podcast we discuss Mobile in the Classroom and reflectling on who your students are as individuals. Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so please consider leaving a review on iTunes! …
 
Tweet In Episode 6 we look at whether or not we need to resonate with the things that other people seem to, and we explore the basics of the flipped class. Also a special shout out to Brent’s Mom for her 70th birthday! Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always be…
 
Tweet In Episode 5 we look at Enthusiasm vs. Expertise and stepping into the Twitter Stream Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so please consider leaving a review on iTunes! If you’ve never left a review for a podcast…
 
Tweet In Episode 4 we look at Evernote in the toolbox and we look at the value of curated content in the modern era vs. searching out your own sources. Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so please consider leaving a r…
 
Tweet In Episode 3 we look at the toolbox of Apple. I share how I became the first person in Japan to have an iPad, and some ideas of how you can spend your summer productively. Giveaway! The Super Stump Giveaway has ended, but check the latest episodes to check for new opportunities! The show will always benefit from your ratings and reviews, so p…
 
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