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Chad, Judi and Tammy are back ‘midsummer’ to share all kinds of mobile news that has happened recently. We wrap up ISTE and talk briefly about what Chad learned at the ADE Institute in regards to iTunes U and building courses with iTunes U Course Manager. We also break down some apps we’ve been using including Apple’s Podcasts app, Chrome for iOS and Google Drive for iOS. All this and more on this week’s episode of Mobile Reach!
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!
With the dramatic advancements in technology over the last decade, classroom-based technologies have exploded throughout education. However, in many districts, technology is often taken for granted. That is not to say that teachers and students do not appreciate the technology within their schools. Both teachers and students use technology in schools everyday, but often focused instruction in the appropriate use of technology is simply not the intended goal for educators. For many teachers, classroom and lab technologies are leveraged to [...]
Don’t be upset with the title Sid. I don’t think Civ World was meant for gamers like me. EdGamer 19 discusses Sid Meier’s new creation Civ World, which is hosted on Facebook. Lucas Gillispie (guest appearance #3) and I discuss Civ World, ISTE, World of Warcraft, and current gaming news.
What new Xbox Live Arcade game should I buy? What upcoming MMO could replace WoW in the classroom? EdGamer 19…listen you must!
It is always fun when I get to chat all things Apple with Kelly Dumont and Scott Meech! In our episode this week, we share some of our favorite resources and moments from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference… MacNews: A billion iOS apps downloaded! Are you surprised? We’re not. EdMac: ISTE Wrap-Up! Tony Vincent’s Project-Based Learning Session – Tony’s notes from the session IEAR Birds of a Feather session and a list of all of the apps [...]
ISTE has come and it has gone, but it was a grand time for all. Today’s show, besides, of course, talking about the possible education implications about Google Plus, we give our ISTE reflections, and pore through three segments of Chris Lehmann’s wonderful keynote. We were all taken aback at the powerful positive reaction following Chris’ speech, which, quite frankly doesn’t get much better. For ISTE, under such a microscope, educators have in the past tended to be quite critical, [...]
Home Alone.* It’s not fun, but Chad, Tammy & David step into the role of Kevin McCallister who’ve been left behind by Mom Judi & Dad Scott who are at the ISTE conference taking place in Philadelphia. We share some resources from ISTE we’ve been following virtually this week. Also on tap are some “true” Mobile Learning resources, discussion around a new Android tablet, talk about some apps coming to the IOS platform including Skype & Facebook and sharing of apps [...]
Well, the keynote from yesterday was not quite what we expected (getting booted, and all), but the ScribbleLive blog, we’ve found is a great way to view the #ISTE11 hashtag, with some added components for sharing like webcam comments. As you can see, it’s clean and updates smoothly. It also adds images that people are posting directly into the stream. Today, we’ll be tweeting out and sharing, but, of course you’ll be adding to the experience. If you want the [...]
EdReach will be liveblogging each day of ISTE. Today, ISTE kicks off with a keynote from Brain Rules author, Dr. John Medina. We’ll be sharing our liveblog, adding pictures, tweeting, and adding to the discussion of taking education forward. Check back on this page, for the Liveblog stream. Let’s engage, and feel free to comment!
EdReach had a great time at #EdubloggerCon 2011! We met some great new educators (new to us), met the Desmos.com guys, Symbaloo team, and we had some in-depth discussions with the creators of some of the best education tools out there, like Wikispaces. As for the conference, numerous ideas were shared about Khan Academy, Bring Your Own Device, and the state of education in the news media. Good to see that the TechCrunch spillover (Desmos.com) is finally finding its way [...]
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ISTE is the mega conference of mega conferences; it is the largest EdTech conference in the world. ISTE annually draws over 12,000 to the conference and this year there are over 135 workshops, 700 sessions, and informal learning opportunities every where you go; ISTE 2011 will be held in Philly June 26-29. For a great ISTE overview listen to the latest EdReach show. Personally I’ve been to ISTE twice and never been disappointed. This year I won’t be there, instead of attending and presenting [...]
Exciting! Scott, Judi, and Jay all join me to talk about getting into the ISTE van, and heading to Philly this week for the ISTE Conference. The big story at ISTE definitely seems like it will be iPads and tablets. We discuss the controversy over the ISTE Keynote, which has always been a point of contention for some of the attendees of the conference. We talk about many of the awesome, innovative educators to keep an eye out for, such [...]
It’s only a few days away, but the EdReach team will be at ISTE (that’s the International Society for Technology in Education- for your newbies) in Philadelphia, PA. The conference starts Sunday, June 26th and runs until Wednesday, the 29th. We’ll be starting out on Saturday, though, at EdubloggerCon, which is a fabulous “unconference” hosted by Steve Hargadon. EdReach will be live blogging, taking pictures, and catching up with educators from all around the world. Although many of the sessions and [...]
As the temperature soars and the countdown to the end of the school year reaches single digits, everyone begins to think about summer vacation. Plans of days at the beach/pool, road trips, sleeping in, time spent with friends…many people are wishing they had become a teacher come June. Certainly the pace slows down for teachers in the summer, but if your summer is shaping up anything like mine, you are scheduling leisure time as well as work commitments. While teachers have [...]