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This week, I invited Scott Meech in for a chat. Scott & I have a mutual admiration society, I think, in place. I admire him — he likes to chat with me! So, in a way, this conversation was a Christmas gift to me — a chat with Scott. He is VERY VERY knowledgeable about Apps – so I invite you to sit back and enjoy!
This week on LiTTech: Emily and Addie are joined by public librarians Amanda and Samatha for a chat about strategies to put your library out there using social media. What works, what doesn’t, and what we’re not so sure about yet. Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: Addie Matteson, Amanda Goodman, and Samantha Helmick. Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
I’ve had this kind of sick feeling in my stomach over the past few days. I don’t know if I’m getting tired of social media, over-loaded with social media, or just disenfranchised with it altogether. I’m just not satisfied with what’s happening there. And I’m starting to wonder if we’re setting the right example for our students with our own social media behavior.
It seems like this issue will never die, just when you think it will. Is it okay to be “friends” with students online? @Stumpteacher Josh Stumpenhorst joins us to share some cool videos and dive into the Facebook/teacher/student debate. Should we work harder at keeping our professional and personal online personas separate? Do we need strategies for teachers to avoid making stupid mistakes? Or do we just avoid students online at all costs? Let’s discuss…
EdGamer 41 is all business! We have a jam packed show this week with segments on Sony’s new PS Vita, a Smithsonian exhibit dedicated to video game history and a writing opportunity on video game violence from the ISTE website. We also discuss the fizzling of Facebook gaming as well as some huge new video game releases. This week’s episode is short but powerful…just like Zack…tune in!
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we discuss how important it is to be involved with an arts PLN, with arts educators being the only teacher in the building and/or district. Hear how other visual arts and music educators developed their own PLN. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Trisha Fuglestad and Jennifer Kolze The complete show notes are now on the EdReach Wiki Call us on our comment line! If you’d like to leave some feedback you can call us [...]
Twitter just became 5 years old and many of us can remember the first time: we heard of twitter… the first time we experienced powerful collaboration on twitter… some of us can even remember our first tweet (not me, though I can imagine it was something like: “I just don’t understand this…” So, for many it feels like a shock when after 5 years, thousands of tweets, hours of growing and grooming our personal learning network we look at Google+ [...]
Welcome to EdGamer Episode 18! As we creep closer and closer to our 20th episode we dive deeper into the world of mass gaming. Our topics of interest this week include a look at just how fast gaming is growing through social media, the way social media is corrupting the image of gaming, and how businesses are using gaming as educational tools. We also check out a great site for students where they can keep themselves busy and refresh some skills during the summer months. This week’s show is packed with tons of more great gaming and education references for you to check out. Tune in to EdGamer Episode 18!
I always try to think of ways that will get teachers excited about sharing their learning experiences. At conferences, taking teachers to the session about the Personal Learning Network is usually fun. They learn about all the social networking tools that will help them. They end up signing up for Twitter- then – never use it again. I think Twitter is really one of the best resources for getting ahead in Ed, however, it’s not for everybody. Even one of [...]
This week on EdGamer Episode 14, we discuss the potential uses of Facebook in the classroom. From utilizing the gaming features the addictive communicative qualities; the possibilities of using Facebook in the educational setting are as endless as one’s creativity. However, every great idea comes with its fair share of pitfalls. In this podcast, we talk about the positives (i.e. mobile education) and the negatives (i.e. inappropriate use) of introducing Facebook in your classroom. Join us for this interesting look at educational uses for the most popular social networking site in history.
The EdReach contributors hash through the Facebook teacher firing fiasco, brought to you by the great state of Georgia! We also wade through Indiana’s controversial idea about hiring superintendents and educational leaders who have no formal education background. Are there appropriate times where hiring outside of the “Ed” pool can work? Blog Watch: We focus on Kristina Dell’s thoughtful and brilliant post in the Daily Beast on the negative effects from the trend to hold your student back from entering kindergarten. [...]