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The great thing about video and my Professional Learning Network (PLN), is that as much as we may want to reinvent the wheel, there is simply no need to do so. Powerful and useful information is at our fingertips. So as I perused my latest Twitter followers this past week, I found a new site, that upon reflection, has some incredibly great video information for teachers wanting to incorporate video in their classroom. Now although these tips originate from a marketing site, […]
Last week was Zack’s birthday and this week it’s our birthday…our 50th! That’s right, it’s the 50th episode of EdGamer. We take a look back at all the great shows we have had and highlight a few of our favorite memories. If you are new to EdGamer check this out for some recommendations on can’t-miss past episodes. We are proud of our first 50 and we can’t wait to bring you 50 more…thanks to all for tuning in!
Copyright is an issue I discuss with my students on a daily basis. Recent news of SOPA, PIPA and ACTA have been debated topics in government and in the court of public opinion. And inevitably, copyright becomes a hot topic when I travel and present to educators who allow students to create videos for their classes. I recently received an email from one of my colleagues who is facing many of the same copyright issues I have dealt with personally, and […]
This week on the MacReach Show: Eric Callis joins in to offer a behind the scenes look at a successful 1:1 laptop program. Listen in to learn about everything from financing to data collection, and some excellent resources! Show Hosts: Meg Wilson (@iPodsibiities) and Kelly Dumont (@KDumont) CoHost: Eric Callis (@edttw) Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on MacReach: We discuss lots of Apple new, Apple resources, and an awesome app of the week! We invite you to join in on the conversation about Apple’s impact in education as we look to the future. Show Hosts: Meg Wilson (@iPodsibiities) and Kelly Dumont (@KDumont) Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Everyday, educators are sharing their positive teaching and learning experiences with each other via the WhatIsYourEduWin.com website and the #EduWin hashtag on Twitter. You may be wondering… what is an #EduWin? An #EduWin can happen any time someone takes education forward. It is a way to celebrate all the fabulous things that are taking place in the world of education every day! So far, educators from all over the globe are sharing a daily #EduWin, and it is inspiring to […]
I have been asked by my school district to be a part of a 1:1 task force. We are moving forward and laying a plan of implementation. EdReach has been a big help for gathering information and there are many articles on EdReach that have been quite helpful.
As 2011 winds down, I have spent a good deal of time thinking about all of the online resources and tools that have helped make this past year a successful ‘Year of the iPad’ in my school district. And with an upcoming winter vacation ahead for many educators next week, I thought it might be nice to share out some of my favorite resources for using iPads, iPods, and iPhones in the classroom. Although there are many, many fantastic resources […]
This week we are joined by Larry Ferlazzo a teacher and blogger at Larry Ferlazzo’s Website of the Day. We discuss the ways that ESL and Special Education instruction are similar and take a look at a ton of great resources! Show Host: Anne Truger (@atruger) Show Guest: Larry Ferlazzo (@larryferlazzo) Show contributors: Patrick Black (@teachntech00) Deb Truskey (@debtruskey) Subscribe to The EdCeptional Podcast on iTunes Subscribe to the EdReach Podcast Feed The complete show notes are now on the […]
I have been asked by many if I will discuss 9-11 in my classroom. As a social studies teacher I feel it is my duty to talk about important events such as September 11th. I could write a lot about how I felt and what I saw during those months, they are still fresh within my memory. I can playback the exact moment I heard the news and it chokes me now as I write. There are so many stories […]
EdGamer 20 is short and sweet, but it doesn’t lack any punch! In fact, in honor of our 20th show, we give you a gift. In this episode we pass along to the listener a list of places we routinely check and monitor to find all the great sites, tools and gadgets we bring to you each week! We have brought you into the sporadic, sarcastic, app-addicted and often downright scary brain behind EdGamer…good luck and enjoy!
Additional note- Gerry needs to understand that there is a difference between Blue’s News and Blue’ Clues. It is Steve and Joe. We got Joe correct, but using the word Steven threw me off. Steven didn’t sound right. It’s just Steve.
EdCeptional kicked off our 3rd podcast with the addition of a special guest, Jeremy Brown. We are very excited to announce that Jeremy did such a great job that we are not going to let him go! Jeremy Brown will now be a part of our weekly podcast along with Deb Truskey, Patrick Black and host Anne Truger. This month kicks off Autism Awareness Month and there are some great deals to be had to celebrate. Be sure to read […]
In this post, I will be looking at RSS the power and potential of Real Simple Syndication. Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a tremendous way to simplify your processes in searching and gathering information. Overall, RSS keeps you from having to hunt for information… especially from sites that you frequent often to gather information. This saves time and energy and focuses your attention on evaluating information and choosing whether to delve further into researching a specific topic or simply moving […]