Troy Cockrum and Joan Brown discussed what teacher and students should be concerned about when thinking about copyright issues. The two talk about the laws in place for copyright, the concerns for educators, the definition of Creative Commons and Fair Use, and resources to find material without infringing on copyright.
I’ve said Tigers. I’ve said Eagles. I’ve said Class and Scholars. I’ve said Jaguars and Bearcats. I’ve said Eighth Graders and Citizens. I’ve said Wrestlers. I’m pretty sure that in my entire career as an educator when attempting to collect the attention of a roomI’ve never said “Boys and Girls!” This is on my mind because if you catch the Nightly Overreaction (I can’t bring myself to call it the News) you may have seen Lincoln Public Schools of Nebraska found […]
Te@cher Tech T@lk Tidbit #16.5 Connected Educator Month October is Connected Educator Month and we challenge you to use the resources mentioned in this tidbit to Get Connected! Make sure to share the ways that you connect with our entire team using the #TeacherTechTalk hashtag on Twitter. Happy Connecting! Host: Tammy Lind (@TamL17)
Mission Monday provides a plan to enhance school communities one week at time with intentional interventions that focus on building positive relationships between students, teachers, parents, and the community. In this episode, Sam (@samuelstecher) and Mark (@mc_bossy) discuss how to get the most out of parent/teacher conferences with their friend and middle school assistant principal, Clint Edwards (@77olin). As always…Point. Click. Enjoy. Hosts: Mark Johnson and Sam Stecher Contact us with any questions or comments. Also, if you would like […]
Google has been working overtime releasing new apps, new features and making announcements about what is coming in the future. This week the Educast looks at unlimited storage for education accounts, free backup for school districts, image editing in Google slides, spell check in Google Sheets plus other additions and tricks in Google Sheets. Google continues to show that Google Voice is not going away by adding MMS support. They released a new Google News app for iOS and on Android and the web you can quickly create polls.
Kelly Kermode teaches at Forest Hills Eastern HS. Kelly teaches in a challenging space that she has made her own. A room nobody wanted. We discuss how she transformed her space in to a student centered, desired location for students. Kelly documented her space transformation with images and stop motion video. A show not to be missed.
Let’s start this off with an admission of a known character trait and a full disclosure of my hypocrisy. I love the spotlight. The prosecution respectfully submits the following as evidence: Exhibit A- Sam Stecher has been known to compete in Slam Poetry and perform poems about upper respiratory infections with frequent and explicit references to phlegm. Exhibit B- Sam Stecher used to be a cage fighter mostly because to him the saying “two men enter, one man leaves” indicated […]
This past weekend, Startup Weekend Education returned to Chicago and the site of last year’s highly successful event, National Louis University. To build on all the success of the 2013 Chicago SWEDU, we created a one-day conference around Higher Education Startups in Success (kicked off by the superlative Howard Tullman and closed by the incomparable Ron Packard) and assembled another amazing team of coaches, judges and sponsors, including National Louis University (which donated our space, technical support and our judge, president Nivine Megahed), The Joyce Foundation, Apollo […]
Join Juan, Kimberly, Fred and Chris as they bring you all the latest education news from the Googleverse. Learn about the Google Science Fair winners ( some truly amazing teens who are probably going to change the world), new features in Takeout and Drive for Mobile, the new file picker, calendar changes and more. Learn to make some awesome, styled maps, get cool app packs for back to school, and dig into the finer points of Google Classroom.