In this episode, I talk with Michele Eaton. She is the author of the ISTE book The Perfect Blend and she is here to talk with me about how to support teachers as they create blended learning environments.
In this episode, I talk to coaches from all over about why edtech coaches are important in schools. You can follow the panelists on Twitter:
Cammie Kannekens- @MrsKannekens
Debbie Tannenbaun- @TannenbaumTech
Diane Mapes- @mrsmapess
Heidi Shorter- @hss21
Marcus Tanner- @mtanner_HIS
In this episode, I speak with Heidi Shorter. She is a technology teacher who had to take on the role of edtech coach during the pandemic. We discuss her experiences with this transition during remote learning and her vision for supporting teachers in the future.
In this episode, I talk to Nikita Porter. She shares how she started working with teachers through coaching cycles and provides some great information and ideas that can help anyone preparing to implement these with their teachers.
In this episode, I discuss what an edtech coach is with a panel of coaches. Adam Juarez, Katherine Goyette, Steve Katz, and Jeff Mao share their experiences in the role and their ideas about how edtech coaches can be utilized in schools.
In this episode, I talk to my friend Jennifer Chang Wathall about concept-based mathmatics, her book based on her concept-based mathematics framework, and her professional learning structure. Jennifer is an independent educational consultant with over 25 years experience. She travels around the world to work with teachers. Catch up with her at http://www.jenniferwathall.com or on Twitter @JenniferWathall.
In this episode I speak with Stacy Lovdahl about using and creating virtual reality with students.
In this episode, Tavia Clark discusses ways teachers can utilize their librarians for planning and co-teaching. We also discuss social media, her young adult literature twitter group, and the importance of growing a love of reading using books students choose themselves.
In this episode, I talk with Greg Garner where we discuss compuer science, hour of code, and computational thinking.