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Dee Lanier, Interactive Lesson Ideas for F2F & Remote Learning Environments, Solve In Time, Maker Kitchen, Pear Deck, Zoom Breakout Rooms, and more!

Educational Duct Tape

Release Date: 08/20/2020

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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Dee Lanier, Interactive Lesson Ideas for F2F & Remote Learning Environments, Solve In Time, Maker Kitchen, Pear Deck, Zoom Breakout Rooms, and more! show art Dee Lanier, Interactive Lesson Ideas for F2F & Remote Learning Environments, Solve In Time, Maker Kitchen, Pear Deck, Zoom Breakout Rooms, and more!

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In the 2nd episode of Season 3, Jake is joined by educational technologist and Solve In Time creator Dee Lanier. Jake and Dee discuss ways to build interactivity into content in both face-to-face and remote learning situations.

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Holly Clark, Rethinking Assessment in the Digital Age, Chromebook Infused Classroom, Flipgrid, BookCreator, Screencastify, Seesaw, Wakelet, OneNote show art Holly Clark, Rethinking Assessment in the Digital Age, Chromebook Infused Classroom, Flipgrid, BookCreator, Screencastify, Seesaw, Wakelet, OneNote

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In the Season 3 Premiere, Jake chats with the author of The Chromebook Infused Classroom about rethinking assessment in the digital age. Holly and Jake discuss how tools like Flipgrid, BookCreator, Screencastify, Seesaw, Wakelet, and OneNote can level-up your assessments to get you richer information about student learning! Jake also shares about using the word “and” to help solve problems presented by remote learning.

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

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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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#EduDuctTape S03-E045

Episode Notes Available at: jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-45

  • Support for Today’s Episode comes from Pear Deck - peardeck.com/learn-pear-deck
  • #EduDuctTape Twitter Chats
  • Jake's Calendar
  • Today’s SoapBox Moment - Merely Ship It
    • Episode of Seth Godin's Akimbo Podcast
    • Merely shipping “Does not mean to ship junk. It does not mean ship things that you know to be inferior. It means ship it. Ship it without discussion or drama or anxiety. Because the discussion, and the drama, and the anxiety do not increase the quality . . ." - Godin
    • "Saturday Night Live doesn’t come out because it’s perfect; it comes out because it’s 11:30.” - Godin
    • “My next post doesn’t come out because it’s perfect; it comes out because it’s tomorrow.” - Godin
    • “You don’t need to be afraid to be judged . . . Our opportunity, when we make something, is to make something better. But you can’t make something better if you don’t ship the work.” - Godin
  • Today’s Guest: Dee Lanier
      • Dee Lanier is an Educational Technologist and Equity Enthusiast. Dee holds Undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Sociology with special interests in education, race relations, and inequality. He is the creator of Solve in Time!®️ and Maker Kitchen™️ and is currently a Transformation Agent with LINC.
      • Twitter @deelanier and email at dee@solveintime.com
  • 2 Truths & 1 Lie
  • Educational Duct Tape Question: How can I build interactivity into my content?
    • “How do you make an interactive lesson?” - making interactivity a focus
    • Classroom setup
    • Questions & Discussion
    • “Whoever is doing the most talking is doing the most learning.”
    • Move small groups into Zoom or Google Meet breakout rooms and have them respond (or record takeaways) in a collaborative space like Google Docs, Padlet, Jamboard, etc.
    • “What needs to be happening is connectivity, connection with my kids, . . . and interactivity.” - Dee
    • Flipgrid
    • Modeling the risk-taking as a teacher, seeking feedback
    • Pear Deck - student-paced is available, embed things like Jamboards or Flipgrid Topics
    • Seize opportunities for students to share ideas and tips with YOU . . . “Power of Reciprocity”
    • Solve in Time - gamified version of design thinking
      • Cards - SOS (ask 3 before me), (1) Problem, (2) Research, (3) Understand, (4) Solve, (5) sharing cards (different cards for different groups)
      • Technology could be included in a variety of ways
      • Could transition into a robust PBL activity
  • Jake's Additional Interactivity Thoughts:
    • Pear Deck--multiple choice, numbers, text, drawing, draggable, website
    • Nearpod--similar options, multiple-choice autograde, new EdPuzzle-like video feature, drag-and-drop fill-in-the-blank activities, matching pairs activities (match a picture to text), memory tests, the Time to Climb game. An added bonus is that teachers can now choose to allow students to respond to open-ended questions using audio!
    • ClassFlow--all kinds of question types, plus Categorise, Crossword, Flashcards, Labelled Diagram, Matching, Memory Game, Sequencing, Timeline, Venn Diagram, and Word search + gradebook and LMS like features. It’s only detriment, possibly, is that it does so much!
    • Formative--multiple choice, multiple selection, true or false, short answer, essay, and Show Your Work (students can draw, type, or even upload an image) + more in the paid version…. Great data
    • Classkick - Students can respond using drawings, highlights, text, images (even from their webcam!) or audio (yup! They can record their voice!).
    • Seesaw--This student work could be a photo, a drawing, an annotated photo (within the drawing tool), a video, a note, audio (within the photo, drawing, or note tool), a link, or an uploaded file.
    • Flipgrid
    • EdPuzzle
  • Celebration of the Adjacent Possible!
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    • #EduDuctTape tweets of the fortnight - none! - go tweet it up so that you can be included next time!
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