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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

Mini011 - David Allan - Chromebook Accessibility Features + a Special Announcement show art Mini011 - David Allan - Chromebook Accessibility Features + a Special Announcement

Educational Duct Tape

In the 11th mini-episode, Jake talks to Special Education Consultant David Allan about some of the accessibility features available on Chromebooks. Also, Jake shares a special announcement before the interview.

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Catlin Tucker, Feedback in Blended Learning, SE2R, Real-time Feedback, 1:1 Conferencing, Tips for Efficient Digital Feedback show art Catlin Tucker, Feedback in Blended Learning, SE2R, Real-time Feedback, 1:1 Conferencing, Tips for Efficient Digital Feedback

Educational Duct Tape

In the 19th regular episode of Season 2, Jake is joined by Catlin Tucker, author of Balance With Blended Learning, to talk about how teachers can streamline feedback during class time so that they have less to do outside of class time. Catlin shares strategies from John Hattie and Mark Barnes as well as a handful of great tech tips to make feedback more efficient!

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Mini010 - Dan Stitzel - Using Screencasts to Give Feedback to Students show art Mini010 - Dan Stitzel - Using Screencasts to Give Feedback to Students

Educational Duct Tape

In the 10th mini-episode, Jake talks to Technology Integration Coach Dan Stitzel about the success that he had as a middle school language arts teacher with using Screencastify to give students feedback during the writing process.

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Supporting Students with Special Needs in Remote Learning with Accessibility Features, Assistive Technology, Accommodations, Modifications and more! show art Supporting Students with Special Needs in Remote Learning with Accessibility Features, Assistive Technology, Accommodations, Modifications and more!

Educational Duct Tape

In the 18th full episode of Season 2, Jake shares tips, ideas, and recommendations from multiple educators about supporting students with special needs during remote learning. They discuss different accessibility features and assistive technologies within Chromebooks, iPads, Google Chrome, Microsoft and more, as well as some best practices, accommodations, and modifications.

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Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 3: Tracking Student Progress in #RemoteLearning show art Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 3: Tracking Student Progress in #RemoteLearning

Educational Duct Tape

In the 3rd and final part of Episode 17 of Season 2, Jake continues his coverage of edtech ideas and suggestions for Remote or Home Learning during the covid-19 pandemic closures. In this episode, Jake shares the perspectives of 3 educators (plus his own) for tracking students’ progress during remote learning.

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Special Episode: WeVideo Giveaway show art Special Episode: WeVideo Giveaway

Educational Duct Tape

In this special episode, Jake is joined by Manny Curiel from Episode 36 and Jason Sholl from WeVideo to select the 3 winners of the February 2020 WeVideo contest! The winnerswill receive free WeVideo for Education Licenses for 12 months.  1 is a 30-seat license, 1 is a 50-seat license and the big prize is a 150-seat license!!!!

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Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 2: Formative Assessment in Home Learning Situations and lots of FUN! show art Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 2: Formative Assessment in Home Learning Situations and lots of FUN!

Educational Duct Tape

In the 2nd part of episode 17 of Season 2 Jake continues his focus on the use of technology for #RemoteLearning, #HomeLearning or #DistanceLearning in the age of school closures for the coronavirus (covid-19). Multiple guests share their advice for formatively assessing students in these scenarios. Tools discussed include Quizizz, Zoom, Google Forms, Google Classroom, Screencastify, Edulastic, EdPuzzle, PearDeck, and Formative. Also, Jake’s son Cohen joins to show off his comedy chops.

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Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 1: Live, Synchronous Video Options, Advice, Thoughts and FUN! show art Special Remote Learning Episode, Part 1: Live, Synchronous Video Options, Advice, Thoughts and FUN!

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The 17th episode of Season 2 is the 1st part of a special episode focusing on the use of technology for #RemoteLearning or #DistanceLearning in the age of school closures for the coronavirus (covid-19). Multiple guests share their advice for using live, synchronous video in these circumstances. We discuss StreamYard, OBS, Zoom, Google Meet, Screencastify and Flipgrid.

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March 16, 2020 Announcement show art March 16, 2020 Announcement

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Jake shares a special announcement about an upcoming episode in the days of Coronavirus-induced remote learning.

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Mini009 - Missy Paden talks Choice Boards, tech in 1st Grade and more after the #EduDuctTape Workshop show art Mini009 - Missy Paden talks Choice Boards, tech in 1st Grade and more after the #EduDuctTape Workshop

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In the 9th mini-episode, Jake and 1st grade teacher Missy Paden reflect on the first iteration of the Educational Duct Tape Workshop along with Missy’s goal of using Choice Boards, her experiences with using tech in the primary grades, and her growth and excitement around #edtech in her 18th year in the classroom.

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      • Session 1 - 12.6.19,  9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Educational Duct Tape: Viewing #EdTech as a Set of Tools to Address Learning Goals & Solve Problems in the Classroom
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    • “Do the best you can until you know better.  Then when you know better, do better.” - Dr. Maya Angelou
    • “Being the change takes practice.  Not the kind that you do until it’s perfect.  The kind that you do because it’s worth it.” - Toney Jackson - youtu.be/JmHAOseuhkQ
  • Today’s Guest: Sethi De Clercq
    • Sethi is passionate about technology integration and how this impacts education and student learning. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Google Innovator and Computing Subject leader. He loves training in-person at events and online through his YouTube Channel with tips, tricks and tutorials.
    • Twitter: @sdcthailand 
    • YouTube: Flipped Classroom Tutorials -  flippedtutorials.com
    • Blog: eduflip.net 
    • Email: sethi@Eduflip.net
    • Sethi’s Translate video - youtube.com/watch?v=4J8WJDTjA9Y
  • 2 Truths & 1 Lie
  • 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?
    • EdPuzzle
    • An expanded version of Jakes’ “beard & glasses” story - Episode 11
    • Don’t over-use video
    • Sethi: All teachers and students should create video!
    • Screencasting
    • Flipgrid
    • 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
      • iPad screen recorders
      • Chromebook screencasting
        • Nimbus screen recorder does screenshots and video, no limited amount of time & no watermark, premium allows HD, limited editing options - nimbusweb.me/screenshot.php
        • Loom extension, limited editing options
        • Screencastify & Screencast-o-matic have time limits
        • Limitations are editing
      • Quicktime on Mac
      • Game Recording on PC 
      • Camtasia on Mac or PC
    • Sethi on choosing which tool to have students use: “It is whatever works for you, because I’m not there to see how you’re using a tool or how you’re using the tech.  I want to see did you actually understand what we talked about? Did you get the content rather than the tool.”
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