During the past few weeks I have had the honor to be one the guests on some terrific podcasts about education and technology. I am including screenshots from each that when clicked go to each show's homepage. I think that it's always nice to those who work so hard to put together these shows to link back to their original sites.
The #ladygeeks (@kateiregan88 and @ShariSloane) produced a vodcast about Explain Everything and the Flipped Classroom. They shared a bunch of great resources, tools, and ideas, and then provided me, Michelle Cordy, Kristi Meeuwse, and Shelagh Lim each with an opportunity to talk about how student screencasting is a powerful approach for demonstrating understanding. Click the image below to visit the #ladygeeks website and watch the vodcast.
Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith have been working with educators around the world to produce brief videos that share a tip, trick, or idea for the classroom. There are a ton of great ideas shared on their website already, and more are to come. I shared an idea about an iPad workflow using Evernote, Email, and Postach.io to store and share content from iPads (in a shared or 1:1 model). I also used Explain Everything in the video. Check it out!
Jeff Bradbury (aka @TeacherCast) produced a show titled 'What is an Apple Distinguished Educator?' Jenny Grabiec invited me, David Malone, and Kristi Meeuwse to join her in this episode to share our experiences working in schools with Apple products, applying for the ADE program, and participating in the summer ADE institute.
Note: the link goes to Jeff's YouTube channel, not his TeacherCast podcast page since it doesn't look like he has posted the video there yet.
Header photo by Robert S. Donovan