In this episode, Sam (@samuelstecher) and Mark (@mc_bossy) discuss the recent trend in discussing how GRIT can change your students’ mindset toward learning. Do you believe grit can be taught, or is it something you are born with? We encourage your comments about this podcast, and would like to hear about some of your thoughts as well. Please contribute to the discussion below.
This week on EdGamer 134, Gerry is missing, but we have added Kate Reilly from E-Line Media and Historia. Kate is sharing information on the beta for Historia and what this interactive simulation can do for you in your classroom. We also discuss a great article on Minecraft integration and a new Kickstarter for creating digital story games. There is so much to learn in this episode of EdGamer. Tune-in and level-up! Please go to the Show Notes […]
On this episode, the EduWin Crew visits with Tracy Carpenter ( @carptracy ) a fantastic educator and instructional technology specialist from the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Tracy shares how she is using Edmodo in creative ways to build student communities and improve communication. Whether your curious about how to get students more engaged through social community or are looking for ways to improve communication skills, you will find Tracy’s experience with this online resource to be enlightening and inspiring!
This Educelerate Event was recorded on April 10th, 2014 and presented by Christopher Nyren, Founder of Educelerate. Educelerate holds a gathering space for Ed Tech leaders in the industry with the educators and entrepreneurs who share their interests. This next episode, taken from Educelerate 16: The Big 5, invites listeners and viewers to get inside the Big Five Education Publishers, and see how the transition from print to digital is going.
18 to 114. I counted the steps today. 18 steps from the front door of my school to the nearest classroom and 114 steps to the farthest. I spend a lot of time thinking about what happens in those steps. 17. That’s how many years I have served in this district. I’ve served in 8 different positions in 7 buildings, 8 different classrooms, and 5 offices. A number I have lost track of- The number of trainings, programs, inservices, […]
On this show we have our guest, Alex Carsi joining us from Interiors for Business (IFB) which has a warehouse and showroom located just west of Chicago, Illinois in Batavia. We will discuss how the future of furniture in education is changing and the shopping and design for furniture is a piece to transforming our learning spaces in schools.
This week on EdGamer 133 we celebrate International Tabletop Day! Join us as we take a look at events happening all over the globe in honor of this game based holiday. We also take a look at the new Amazon Fire TV and its gaming possibilities. As always, we bring you all the latest news and notes from the gaming and learning world. Tune-in and level-up!
Kim leads Sean, Fred, Chris and Kevin through Google’s April Fools tricks. Gmail tops their Shelfie’s announcement with shareable Gmail themes. Fred leads a discussion on docs security and promoting the value of two-step-authentication. Google and Donors Choose have joined up to help fund teacher programs.
Welcome to the 26th episode of the The Two Guys Show! Tonight we welcome the amazing Leslie Fisher! Leslie is Chief Geek of Fisher Technologies Incorporated which specializes in K-12 presenting and training, Digital Photography education, capture, workflow, editing and a touch of web development. Leslie is always on the cutting edge of educational technology and is an inspiring presenter! We are very excited to have Leslie join us for this episode to discuss this week’s MACUL Conference and her Augmented Reality workshop tomorrow!