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

Educational Duct Tape

Release Date: 04/08/2020

EdTech Tool Comparison: Screencastify VS Loom show art EdTech Tool Comparison: Screencastify VS Loom

Educational Duct Tape

Jake breaks down the differences between Screencastify Free and Loom Pro (which is free for educators and students).

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#EduDuctTape Season 2 Finale - Listener Success Stories & The Season 2 Giggle Mix show art #EduDuctTape Season 2 Finale - Listener Success Stories & The Season 2 Giggle Mix

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In the Season 2 Finale Episode, Jake shares “success stories” from 8 educator listeners. The listeners share about uses of CommonSense Media, Code.org, Dash, Ozobot, Spheros, Shapegrams, Bitmoji, Quizizz, brain science, Google Forms, Choice Boards, WeVideo, Screencastify, Flipgrid, Adobe Spark, Pear Deck, blended learning, EdPuzzle, and HyperDocs, all of which stemmed from episodes of the show.

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Mini013 – Keven Rinaman – Problem-Solving, 3D Printing, and TinkerCAD in the Classroom show art Mini013 – Keven Rinaman – Problem-Solving, 3D Printing, and TinkerCAD in the Classroom

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In the 13th mini-episode, Jake talks to MAGIC Potion Edu Podcast host Keven Rinaman about helping students find and solve problems. Keven shares about his experiences with helping students use 3D printing to solve authentic problems.

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Mini012 - Mike Feldman - Gamified EdTech Coaching show art Mini012 - Mike Feldman - Gamified EdTech Coaching

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In the 12th mini-episode, Jake talks to technology integration specialist and middle school teacher Mike Feldman about strategies--including gamification--that he used as a tech coach to motivate teachers to try new technologies in the classroom. Mike also talks about his passion for using a wood lathe to craft pens and how it benefits students when they see their teachers as makers.

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Dr. Sarah Thomas, PLNs, Voxer, Periscope, Twitter, EduMatch, Pass The Scope Edu, EdCamp Voice, GridPals show art Dr. Sarah Thomas, PLNs, Voxer, Periscope, Twitter, EduMatch, Pass The Scope Edu, EdCamp Voice, GridPals

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In the 20th regular episode of Season 2, Jake is joined by Dr. Sarah Thomas, ISTE co-author and founder of EduMatch, about growing your professional learning network (PLN), crowd-sourcing solutions to problems, and using tools like Voxer, Periscope, Twitter, Skype, and Flipgrid.

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

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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

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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

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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!

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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

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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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Recorded January 7, 2020

 

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