Dear Friends, I am writing to share with you something special that absolutely rocked my world today. After a very long day I came home to find a brown cardboard box sitting at my front door. ”What is this?” I wondered… I didn’t order anything. After dropping my stuff off inside, I checked out the […]
An Educators Guide to Podcasting and Broadcasting by @TeacherCast from Jeffrey Bradbury Are you interested in creating podcasts? Are you looking to share your passions with the world? On Sunday October 13 I was asked to share my passions about Podcasting at the 2013 Educational Reform Symposium Conference (#RSCON). Podcasting and broadcasting has provided my […]
As some of you may have noticed, I recently had some major audio issues when recording live for the Tech Educator podcast that I co-host. My co-hosts and audience let me know that it sounded like there was a helicopter hovering over my mic while I was talking – not what you’re looking for when […]
Have you jumped on the Evernote bandwagon yet? Did you know that Evernote is a FREE tool that is used by millions of teachers and students across the world to keep track of their notes, photos, pdfs, documents and much more? I bet you also didn’t know that in Evernote Version 5.3 you can now […]
Time is the biggest hurdle most teachers face, so I understand why many teachers are daunted by the prospect of integrating a range of web tools and apps into their methodology and practice. I’ve embraced a tool belt approach to technology integration instead of adopting a do-it-all learning management system. I prefer using specific tools for specific […]
On Wednesday Aug 21, TeacherCast and TechsmithEdu recorded an amazing webinar showcasing how educators are using Ask3 as a flipped learning tool that engages students and creates a positive learning environment both in and out of the classroom. How can you use video in your classroom? How can you use this free app with your […]
On August 10, I was honored to be a guest on the very prestigious Classroom 2.0 LIVE show hosted by the beautiful Peggy George. I wish to thank Peggy and her team for giving me the opportunity to share TeacherCast with her audience. Recording Chat: http://wiki.classroom20.com/CR20LIVEAUG102013 Please check out their homepage here If you would like […]
Trading Cards does just what it sounds like it does…however, not the baseball variety. One of my favorite parts of this app is that it is specifically designed for the classroom to create 7 styles of trading cards. You can choose between making one for: A fictional person A real person A fictional place A real […]
I’ve never met Dean Shareski, but I think I love him. The video below (Titled “The Stupidest Creative Act”) is another reason to appreciate all that Dean does and shares for the sake of students and educators. Well-intended risk-taking should be on your “to do” list from now on. Two statements jump out at me from […]
WARNING: THE WORDS PASSION AND INSPIRE ARE USED HERE MORE THAN CAN BE COUNTED ON FINGERS AND TOES PS SCROLL TO BOTTOM AND FILL OUT OUR FORM!! Making connections with many individuals “in the field” of education over Twitter has enhanced my professional development tenfold. I continue to learn from so many varying perspectives and then can […]
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