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Stacey Roshan, Tech with Heart, Flipped Classroom, Flipgrid, PearDeck, Wacom Tablets and Chutes & Ladders!

Educational Duct Tape

Release Date: 08/21/2019

BONUS: Teachers On Fire - EDTECH PODCASTERS Shout Out the Best Learning Tools of 2020 show art BONUS: Teachers On Fire - EDTECH PODCASTERS Shout Out the Best Learning Tools of 2020

Educational Duct Tape

This bonus episode features a roundtable discussion from the Teachers on Fire podcast about educational technology tools in 2020 and 2021. I am joined by Tim Cavey, Chris Nesi, Gabriel Carillo, Eric Guise, Scott Nunes, and Alfonso Mendoza, to talk about more than a dozen edtech tools!

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Claudio Zavala: Hearing from Your Learners with Adobe's Creativity Tools show art Claudio Zavala: Hearing from Your Learners with Adobe's Creativity Tools

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Claudio and I talk about hearing from our students with tools that empower them to create. Specifically, Adobe's tools Spark Video, Premiere Rush, Premiere Pro, Spark Post, Spark Page, Photoshop, Illustrator, Fresco, and Audition. Also, audience questions about sites to use for surprise inclement weather folders for elementary schoolers and a Google Sheets conundrum.

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Knikole Taylor: Formative Assessments show art Knikole Taylor: Formative Assessments

Educational Duct Tape

In the 10th episode of Season 3, Jake is joined by Knikole Taylor to talk about formative assessments. Tune in to hear Jake and Knikole discuss the use of Pear Deck, Nearpod, Jamboard, Padlet, Mentimeter, Formative, and Classkick!

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Casey Hall: EdTech in Music Classes show art Casey Hall: EdTech in Music Classes

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In the 9th episode of Season 3, Jake is joined by Fine Arts Education Program Specialist and Music Teacher Casey Hall to talk about educational technology in the elementary music classroom. Technologies discussed include Nearpod, Incredibox, and GarageBand.

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Robert Kaplinsky: Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving Digitally show art Robert Kaplinsky: Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving Digitally

Educational Duct Tape

In the 8th episode of Season 3, Robert Kaplinsky joins Jake to answer the question "How do I teach mathematical problem solving digitally?" Jake and Robert discuss using Open Middle math problems and mathematical modeling in in-person Blended Learning as well as Remote Learning. Technologies covered include Desmos Activity Builder, Pear Deck, Google Slides, and more!

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Brandy New & Computer Science Classes for Girls show art Brandy New & Computer Science Classes for Girls

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Brandy New joins Jake to chat about her awesome girls' high school Computer Science classes and camps. Brandy shares about the Hands-on/Hearts-on strategy that she uses as a hook to get the girls excited about STEM and CompSci as well as how Udemy, Slack, Google Drawings, The Noun Project, and Skype-a-Scientist fit into it!

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Mike Abrams: Media Literacy, Bias, & Perspective – #EduDuctTape 48 show art Mike Abrams: Media Literacy, Bias, & Perspective – #EduDuctTape 48

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In the 6th episode of Season 3, Jake is joined by Tech Specialist Mike Abrams to talk about helping students develop media literacy and understand bias and perspective in media and identify fake or untrustworthy sites.

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Jenna Drozd, Tech Electives & Smart Phone Photography - #EduDuctTape show art Jenna Drozd, Tech Electives & Smart Phone Photography - #EduDuctTape

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The 5th episode of Season 3 is a mini-episode in which Jake chats with Jenna Drozd about her middle school digital photography and graphic design course. Technology discussed include Adobe Spark Pages, Adobd Photoshop, and the iOS Camera app.

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Tisha Poncio & Digital Portfolios - #EduDuctTape 47 show art Tisha Poncio & Digital Portfolios - #EduDuctTape 47

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In the 4th episode of Season 3, Jake chats with Tisha Poncio about Digital Portfolios and Student Tech Teams. Jake and Tisha touch on MANY tech tools including Google Sites, Wakelet, Padlet, Buncee, Google Slides, Microsoft Sway, bulb, and Seesaw.

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#EduDuctTape Podcast Ep 46 with Scott Nunes show art #EduDuctTape Podcast Ep 46 with Scott Nunes

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In the 3rd Episode of Season 3, Jake is joined by ELA Teacher turned Edtech Coach and podcaster Scott Nunes to chat about strategies for building and maintaining rapport in the learning environment through thoughtful uses of edtech.

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  • Today’s Guest: Stacey Roshan is Director of Innovation & Educational Technology at Bullis School and author of Tech with Heart: Leveraging Technology to Empower Student Voice, Ease Anxiety, & Create Compassionate Classrooms. She also teaches math and her flipped classroom approach has been featured in media outlets such as USA Today and CNN. Stacey is passionate about bringing innovative tools into the classroom to create a safe learning environment for all students to find their voice and build confidence.

 

  • Which of the following is less torturous?
  • Always have to enter a room by announcing your last name OR always have to exit a room by doing cartwheels?
  • Trading your cell phone for a pager or trading your laptop for a desktop?
  • Question #1: How can one balance mandatory curriculum with creativity when admin/district expect teachers to stay on track without delays?

 

 

  • Kids creating the resources that the class uses

 

  • eBooks in Book Creator - BookCreator.com
  • Mixtapes in Flipgrid - blog.flipgrid.com/news/mixtapes
  • “How are we asking them, ‘What did you do, how have you grown and how can you connect that material’?”
  • Creativity definition on Wikipedia - wikipedia.org/wiki/Creativity
  • “Nobody expects you to have the perfect classroom this year, because nobody has the perfect classroom this year.  All we’re suggesting is that you continue to make forward movements based off on what you see that you and your students need.” 

 

  • Question #2: How can educators leverage technology to create more personal connections and make all students comfortable in the classroom?
  • FlipGrid

 

  • Synth - gosynth.com
  • PearDeck - peardeck.com
    • “Temperature checks”
    • Seeing answers while students write them
    • peardeck.com/pear-deck-blog
    • “We can talk about the wrong answers; we can talk about the right answers, but most importantly, we can talk about their answers.”
  • Nearpod - nearpod.com
  • Student Voice
  • Give students feedback - If you ask them to respond to a question in a platform, be sure to give them feedback so that they continue to give quality answers and see that you’re listening. - “Don’t ask for more than you can read and handle.”

 

 

  • Giving students a space for free responses (in EdPuzzle, PearDeck, NearPod, etc.) to give them opportunities to express confusion or ask for help.
  • Be sure to explain to students & parents why you’re doing things like flipped learning.  It helps them feel more comfortable, but it also helps them see your “why.”

 

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