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Sean Fahey, FlipGrid, Wakelet, Google Sites, Drawings, Slides & Classroom, Student Digital Portfolios, Blabberize, ChatterPix, Weebly, Yo Teach, BackChannelChat.com & Padlet

Educational Duct Tape

Release Date: 01/30/2019

David Ternent, STEM, Virtual & Augmented Reality, Engineering, 3D Printing, 3D Modeling, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), SolidWorks, TinkerCAD, OnShape, SketchUp, AutoDesk, VR, Google Cardboard, Unity, Oculus Rift, HTC show art David Ternent, STEM, Virtual & Augmented Reality, Engineering, 3D Printing, 3D Modeling, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), SolidWorks, TinkerCAD, OnShape, SketchUp, AutoDesk, VR, Google Cardboard, Unity, Oculus Rift, HTC

Educational Duct Tape

In the 7th episode of Season 2, Jake talks with STEM Teacher David Ternent about 3D-modeling, CAD, CAM, virtual reality and augmented reality. They discuss TinkerCAD, OnShape, SolidWorks, AutoDesk Inventor, SketchUp, Fusion 360, Google Street View, Google Tour Creator, Ricoh Theta & Vuze 360 Cameras, Unity, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Blender, Tiltbrush, Hololens and Blender.

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Jon Corippo, EduProtocols, Formative Assessment, Quizizz, Gimkit, Socrative, Formative, CUE, The Fast & The Curious, Nacho Paragraphs and more! show art Jon Corippo, EduProtocols, Formative Assessment, Quizizz, Gimkit, Socrative, Formative, CUE, The Fast & The Curious, Nacho Paragraphs and more!

Educational Duct Tape

In the sixth episode of Season 2, Jake talks with Jon Corippo, Chief Learning Officer for CUE & coauthor of EduProtocols Field Guides 1 and 2 about formative assessment, Quizizz, Gimkit, Socrative, Formative & more!

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Mike Mohammad, PearDeck, FlipGrid Shorts Camera, NearPod, The Answer Pad, ClassKick, Formative, Seesaw, Google Sites, Digital Portfolios, Learner Profiles, Student Voice show art Mike Mohammad, PearDeck, FlipGrid Shorts Camera, NearPod, The Answer Pad, ClassKick, Formative, Seesaw, Google Sites, Digital Portfolios, Learner Profiles, Student Voice

Educational Duct Tape

In the fifth episode of Season 2, Jake talks with Mike Mohammad about PearDeck, Flipgrid, NearPod, The Answer Pad, Formative, Classkick, Seesaw, Google Sites, student voice, learner profiles, digital portfolios & a wardrobe malfunction.

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Marcia Kish, Blended Learning, Seesaw, Student Ownership, Learning Environments, Classroom Balance, Adjacent Possible, Focusing on Verbs More than Nouns show art Marcia Kish, Blended Learning, Seesaw, Student Ownership, Learning Environments, Classroom Balance, Adjacent Possible, Focusing on Verbs More than Nouns

Educational Duct Tape

In the fourth episode of Season 2, Jake discusses the “verbs vs. nouns” perspective of edtech integration and welcomes in blended learning specialist Marcia Kish to talk about students’ ownership of their learning & learning environment, as well as balancing that with having “too much tech.”

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Tony Vincent, Toney Jackson, Student Ownership of Classroom Procedures, Students Getting to Know Classmates, Google Drawings, Socrative, Selfie Activity, Google Slides, 360 Spreadsheets, Shapegrams, Classy Graphics show art Tony Vincent, Toney Jackson, Student Ownership of Classroom Procedures, Students Getting to Know Classmates, Google Drawings, Socrative, Selfie Activity, Google Slides, 360 Spreadsheets, Shapegrams, Classy Graphics

Educational Duct Tape

In the third episode of Season 2, Jake is joined by Tony Vincent to talk about a few back-to-school topics: student taking ownership of classroom expectations, students getting to know their classmates and creating a class “brand” or identity. Jake & Tony discuss Google Drawings, Socrative, the Selfie Activity, Google Slides, 360 Spreadsheets, Shapegrams, Classy Graphics and more. This episode also features inspiring spoken word poetry from educator Toney Jackson.

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

Educational Duct Tape

In the first regular episode of Season 2, Jake is joined by Tech With Heart author, Director of Innovation & Educational Technology and high school math teacher, Stacey Roshan to discuss balancing mandatory curriculum with creativity and creating connections with students that help them feel comfortable as learners. We discuss Flipgrid, PearDeck, EdPuzzle and more!

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EduDuctTape Season 2 Intro! show art EduDuctTape Season 2 Intro!

Educational Duct Tape

In the Season 2 Premiere, Jake updates listeners on changes in his professional ventures, as well as some updates to the #EduDuctTape Podcast’s format! Spoiler Alert: A Twitter Chat!! Plus a SoapBox Moment featuring a Brené Brown quote about Courage.

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Season 1 Finale EduDuctTape S01-E23 show art Season 1 Finale EduDuctTape S01-E23

Educational Duct Tape

In the Season Finale, Jake shares multiple listeners' Season 1 Classroom Success Stories--things that they tried out from the show--and a celebration of the first season in the form of a "Giggle Mix."

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Dr. Alec Couros, Lateral Reading, Student Fact-Checkers, Becoming a Digital Skeptic, Knowbe4, Positive Digital Footprints, Spearphishing, Confirmation Bias, Catfishing Scams and more! #EduDuctTape S01-E022 show art Dr. Alec Couros, Lateral Reading, Student Fact-Checkers, Becoming a Digital Skeptic, Knowbe4, Positive Digital Footprints, Spearphishing, Confirmation Bias, Catfishing Scams and more! #EduDuctTape S01-E022

Educational Duct Tape

In today’s episode, Jake is joined by Dr. Alec Couros to talk about digital footprints, digital portfolios, Lateral Reading, Student Fact-Checkers, Becoming a Digital Skeptic, Knowbe4 and more.

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John Sowash, Chromebooks, Video on ChromeOS, Adobe Spark, WeVideo, Screencastify & Tech Integration Advice! - S01-E021 show art John Sowash, Chromebooks, Video on ChromeOS, Adobe Spark, WeVideo, Screencastify & Tech Integration Advice! - S01-E021

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In today’s episode, Jake is joined by John Sowash to talk about Chromebooks and, more specifically, video projects on ChromeOS. Tools discussed include Adobe Spark, WeVideo, Screencastify, ClapMotion Chrome App and Headliner.App. They also discuss how to help teachers avoid being overwhelmed by all of the edtech tools.

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More Episodes

In Episode 6, Jake talks with Sean Fahey about student voice, sharing student creations, FlipGrid & Wakelet amongst other things. Jake also talks about moving forward with tech integration and shares from the listeners about Blabberize.

  • Educational Duct Tape FlipGrid Community - access at flipgrid.com/eduducttape or EduDuctTape.com.
  • #EduDuctTape Twitter Contest - ends 1/31/19!
  • Educational Duct Tape from FlipGrid:
  • Jake’s SoapBox
    • “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Today’s Guest: Sean Fahey - Sean Fahey is a former elementary and middle school teacher from Southern Indiana. Currently, he works as an Innovative Learning Specialist with Five-Star Technology Solutions. In this role, Sean collaborates with teachers and guides them as an eCoach to help integrate technology into classrooms and make awesome learning experiences for students.
  • Flipgrid ebook - coauthored w/ Karly Moura bit.ly/flipgridebook3
  • An Impromptu “Newlywed Game” with Sean
  • Wakelet ebook - bit.ly/wakeletebook Authors - Sean, Karly, Dr. Randall Sampson, Jen Saarinen, Scott Titmas, Claudio Zavala Jr., Paul West, John Bimmerle
  • 2 Truths & 1 Lie
  • Question #1: How can teachers show off Student Creations (or have the students show off their own creations)?
    • Sean: “Make sure you are designing lessons to ensure students are creating.”
    • Teacher created websites for showcasing exemplary work
    • Google Sites - sites.google.com
    • Weebly - education.weebly.com
    • Sean: “Are we creating an environment that students feel confident in their creations and can share openly and get feedback. The students should know that the work they do adds value to others learning and understanding?”
    • Students need to have opportunities and choices to create with freedom of expression.
    • Google Drawings activity: Everyone follows the teacher’s spoken instructions (i.e., “use the line tool, now draw a rectangle”), then show how each student’s creation is unique. - drawings.google.com
    • Sean: “It doesn’t mean they are wrong...but everyone is different and we all add value to the learning in my classroom.”
    • Student Digital Portfolios
    • Example of one of Jake’s old student digital portfolios - youtube.com/watch?v=MLtX04MMimI
    • Jake: “It is important that portfolios aren’t just showing off the amazing work, they’re showing off the amazing growth.  And to do that, you have to say ‘This is the work that I started with and it’s not perfect and these are the things that are not great about it. This is the work that I’m doing now and this is the growth that I’ve seen.’”
  • Question #2: How can educators ensure that all students get an opportunity to be heard and have the opportunity to share?

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