Archive for Category: "EdCeptional"
This episode is a little late, we recorded it on Februaru 17, but it took me a while to get it ready for publishing. We had a chance to talk about some ways teachers can learn from Jimmy Fallon, digital sub plans, and some of the upcoming conferences focusing on sped and tech.
We welcome our new Crew Member Carrie Baughcum tonight!! Carrie is a mother, edu-blogger and special education teacher and we are excited to have her as part of the EdCeptional Crew. We also took some time to discuss when technology is appropriate, some 5 min. AT videos and some great ideas to try in your classroom. Come take a listen!
We kick off our first show of 2014 with some App Picks! Some Free, some not, some educational and some not as much. It’s an Appy January on EdCeptional Live!
2013 is coming to an end and here at EdCeptional we are finishing off with some fun apps and tools. Deb and Patrick take a few minutes to discuss winding down for the year, and some ideas to try out for 2014. Join us fo the last EdCeptional of 2013!
It’s cold outside, but we are heating things up in this week’s EdCeptional. Join us as we talk with Tim Villegas (@think_inclusive) about including all students, the dreaded Common Core and the Edublog Awards. We also take a moment to talk about how to celebrate the holidays digitally and an interesting idea, protocol books.
The EdCeptional Crew was surprised and humbled by our nomination for an Edublog Award. In this EdCeptional Minute we take a look at some of the nominees on the Edublog Awards site. Check out all the amazing nominees with us!
After some technical difficulties, we are excited to welcome Carrie Baughcum (@carriebaughcum) to EdCeptional!! We talk about some great ideas that Carrie has about using Google Calendar for an assignment notebook, the Goodnotes App, and how to lock your iPad on a timer. We also learned that EdCeptional was nominated for an Edublog Award!! Check out all the nominees at http://edublogawards.com/ and vote for EdCeptional in Best Podcast!
We’ve made it to 50 episodes and celebrate we’re having a little fun. It is almost Halloween and everyone needs a costume! Chris and Melissa Bugaj join us as we talk about interesting iOS apps for supporting reading, Chris at TEDx Ashburn, and Melissa’s new job teaching physics (well, maybe it’s special ed, close enough). Make sure you check out our video!
This week on EdCeptional we welcome our special guest Mark Dohn and discuss all manner of things. We look at how to use Google as a timer, an interesting blog called UnCommon Sense, and would you live in a dorm designed for people who are deaf? Make sure to check out the show notes for all the links
It’s fall and you know what that means….new iOS software! Luis Perez describes three of the new and amazing accessibility features found in iOS 7: handwriting, subtitles & captioning and switch control. Make sure to check out the video on YouTube – EdCeptional #048.
This week we welcome back our former crew member, Anne Truger (@atruger) to EdCeptional! We lament the coming end of summer and talk about some ideas for back to school, and some tools you can check out. Anne shares with us her new love of Evernote, and why you should use it! We’ve got some great Eduwins, and take a look at some info on Playdate58.
Deb (@slpdeb), Tricia (@tlazarro11) and Patrick (@teachntech00) spend some time talking about a very interesting TEDx Talk by L. Todd Rose “The Myth of Average”. This talk has implications for education and attitudes about teaching to ALL of the students. We also talk about some interesting ways to work with parents and PlaydateDG58.
Accessibility is a priority to the designers and engineers at Apple. They have built some amazing software right into each operating system, from OS X to iOS and there will be even more in iOS7 in the fall. All for no extra charge to be able to use the products if you have a visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive disability.
Even if you don’t have a disability, you can take advantage of these systems for yourself or other family members.
Here are five different ways to do just that.
Read more at Cult of Mac.
It’s summer and we are all enjoying some time off with our families. Deb (@slpdeb) and I (@teachntech00) take a few moments from the Blackhawks game to talk WWDC, iOS7 Accessibility, and fun uses for velcro, and in our eduwin segment – summer fun! Make sure to check out the video link at the end of this post to see us in action!
Pinterest has taken education by storm, and special education is no different. Take a look at some of the interesting Pinterest Boards we’ve found that focus on Special Education, Assistive Technology and more. Make sure to check out the video as we show off some of the boards and interesting links!
It’s June, and the end of school is near. This week we talk about an interesting Pinterest Board by Lauren S. Enders, an interesting Kickstarter app called QuickKey, how to clean up your Google Drive, and wonder where did Tricia go? EdCeptional #44 with Tricia, Deb and Patrick has some great video too, so be sure to check us out on Youtube.
This show is designed to help with ideas for summer journaling. Keep those writing and reading skills going all through the break! These suggestions can be applied for just about any age level. Use your iPhone or iPad or any paper book and journal your way through the summer. Add some photos or a video for extra creativity!
It’s May and teacher’s minds are thinking of a time when Saturday is everyday, but join Tricia, Deb and Patrick as we discuss some interesting new Google form options, a great app for tracking articulation, and some personal EduWins. As well as a very dramatic reading of a classic, Sick, by Shel Silverstein! It’s Edceptional #43 – 2 More Mondays!