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Sethi De Clercq, Video in the Classroom, Sharing Tech Tips with Teachers, EdPuzzle, Screencasting, Flipgrid, Nimbus, Loom, iPad Video, Backchannel Chats

Educational Duct Tape

Release Date: 11/27/2019

BONUS - The Peg Doesn't Fit show art BONUS - The Peg Doesn't Fit

Educational Duct Tape

In April 2021, I had the opportunity to be a guest on The Peg Doesn't Fit, a podcast where the hosts Erich Stephen and Ryan Bartel discuss frustrations with the educational system and provide solutions. We spoke about some of my thoughts on edtech integration, professional development, coaching, and more!

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Kasey Bell - Dynamic Blended Learning from Shake Up Learning show art Kasey Bell - Dynamic Blended Learning from Shake Up Learning

Educational Duct Tape

Kasey Bell, host of the Shake Up Learning Podcast, and author of 3 books including Blended Learning with Google, joins me to talk about making blended learning meaningful and dynamic. We hear about her 5 “beyonds” of blended learning and her tips for using choice boards in the classroom.

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Dr. Desiree Alexander - Formative Assessment in Videos show art Dr. Desiree Alexander - Formative Assessment in Videos

Educational Duct Tape

Dr. Desiree Alexander of EducatorAlexander.com joins the show to talk about formative assessment with videos in the classroom. Desiree and I discuss Edpuzzle, PlayPosit, Razor Arts, Nearpod, and more! Plus, I’ve got a BIG announcement to share!

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BONUS: The Suite Talk, BONUS: The Suite Talk, "Kick Of Your Lessons with Fun Activities"

Educational Duct Tape

In January 2021, I had the opportunity to be on one of my favorite sources of educational technology learning: Kimberly Mattina's YouTube Live + Podcast, The Suite Talk. In this appearance, I share some of my favorite ways to kick off my class periods with smiles and laughs. I focus on Pear Deck, but the ideas can be used in other platforms, too.

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Dr. Monica Burns - Leveraging Choice & Agency to Hear from All Students show art Dr. Monica Burns - Leveraging Choice & Agency to Hear from All Students

Educational Duct Tape

EdTech and Curriculum Consultant and Easy EdTech Podcast host Dr. Monica Burns joins me to identify ways that we can hear from ALL of our students. Her suggestion? Select tools that can give our learners choice and agency in how we hear from them! Tune in to hear what tools she suggests!

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Eric Curts - Creative Projects with Docs, Slides, and Sheets show art Eric Curts - Creative Projects with Docs, Slides, and Sheets

Educational Duct Tape

Control Alt Achieve author Eric Curts joins me to talk about creative projects with Docs, Slides, and Sheets including Stop Motion Animation, Choose Your Own Adventure Activities, Emoji Learning Activities, Rebus Stories, Blackout Poetry, and Pixel Art! We also touch on Canva for Education, Adobe Spark for Education, Google Forms headers, flashcard makers like Quizlet and Flippity.net, and more!

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Dr. Natasha Rachell - Engaging Instruction with Student Choice and EdTech show art Dr. Natasha Rachell - Engaging Instruction with Student Choice and EdTech

Educational Duct Tape

Dr. Natasha Rachell joins me in this episode for lots of laughs, but also to share some of her strategies for making instruction engaging. Natasha shares about student choice, choice boards, the Flipgrid Discovery Library, Microsoft Sway, Wakelet, Mentimeter, Buncee, and the awesome Minecraft Good Trouble project!

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Joe Marquez - Strategies for UDL-Friendly Learning Experiences show art Joe Marquez - Strategies for UDL-Friendly Learning Experiences

Educational Duct Tape

Joe Marquez delivers powerful tips for designing instructional experiences that are accessible for all learners and are pedagogically effective. He also brings it with ideas for how students can process and represent their learning in UDL-friendly ways. Tune in to hear Joe's wisdom and our discussion that touches on Edji, Pear Deck, Nearpod, Flipgrid, the Record to Slides extension, and more!

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BONUS: ImprovEDCon with Meredith Akers, Elizabeth King, and Darryl Legaspi show art BONUS: ImprovEDCon with Meredith Akers, Elizabeth King, and Darryl Legaspi

Educational Duct Tape

This bonus episode features plenty of laughs, tons of fun, and a handful of edtech tips. Tune in to hear me join Meredith Akers, Darryl Legaspi, and Elizabeth King as we have some fun, do some improv, learn about the Google Slides Master Slide, and try out one of my favorite Pear Deck activities!

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BONUS: Education Today with Scott Nunes show art BONUS: Education Today with Scott Nunes

Educational Duct Tape

This bonus episode features an episode of the Education Today podcast where I was fortunate enough to join Scott Nunes to talk about teaching during the pandemic, edtech after the pandemic, Pear Deck, Nearpod, Flipgrid, Otus, Schoology, speech translation tools, transcription tools, Adobe Spark, and more!

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  • Question #1: What would be the best way to communicate and share tech-related tips and content with teachers who don't even open emails or have little planning time? I've tried a Google Classroom, newsletters (Adobe Spark, Google newsletter templates), emails, etc. Would love to hear some new ideas!
    • audience submitted question, Cathy Zandecki
    • Part of the issue is communicating with people who are uncomfortable with tech through technology.
      • Communicate via paper-based
      • Potty PD, Copier PD
    • Use multiple different communication techniques: email, Google Classroom, newsletter, paper flyers, mention at meetings
    • Make sure you’re consistently bringing value in order to keep your “audience” listening
    • Use visual design, possibly color-coding
    • How to decide when to give up on a strategy?
      • Concrete observations
      • Watch what happens if you do take it away
    • Sethi: “It’s not about you.  It’s the same as with your students: if they’re starting to use a technique or something that you’ve taught them, you’re not there for the credit.  You’re not doing that so that they’ll say ‘So-and-so taught me this.’ No, no no, they’ve got this now!  That is the reward!”
  • Question #2: How can we leverage the power of video to impact student learning?
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    • Sethi: All teachers and students should create video!
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    • Sethi’s recommendation: keep videos used in the classroom short;  2 minutes
    • Interaction built into video can be helpful
    • Be present and available for students when they’re viewing the video
    • Break up a video on Google Slides to make it smaller chunks
    • Put video onto Google Sites and use Insert Learning to embed questions
    • Use a backchannel chat tool
    • Students creating video
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        • Loom extension, limited editing options
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