In this episode, I share with the loyal Duct Taper listeners some news about the current and future status of the show. Plus, a little peek into life in my household.
Al Thomas, the Edu Copilot, joins the podcast to talk about visual storytelling. We discuss multiple apps including Adobe Creative Cloud Express, Canva, Adobe Premiere Rush, Adobe Capture, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Clips, DaVinci Resolve, and Final Cut.
In this bonus episode, I chat with Batsheva Frankel about some great tech tools and we have lots of laughs!
Podcast host, high school teacher, podcast producer, university professor, and podcast network founder Chris Nesi joins the show to talk all about podcasting in the classroom. We cover a podcasting mindset, different types of podcasting, tools for micro-podcasting, tools for recording, editing, and hosting, and, of course, a few microphone recommendations.
Stephanie Howell joins me to share what she’s learned in her experience designing student choice activities. She also shares some great Google Slides design tips.
In this bonus episode, I chat with Digital Integration Specialists Adam Cobb and Ashley Pursley about podcasting, the adjacent possible, Teachers Pay Teachers, professional development through collaboration and sharing, and dogfooding.
Nyree Clark joins the show to share a set of observable practices that we could see a culturally responsive practitioner using in their classroom. Also, I talk about LMSs and share how to use pivot tables in Google Sheets to select the highest test score for each student.
Dr. Will Deyamport joins the show to talk about effectively building your curriculum in your learning management system (LMS) and a collection of compelling reasons that Schoology might be the LMS for you. Also, Jake answers a listener’s question about design thinking games.
Jeni Long and Sallee Clark join to talk about fun projects that students can do to demonstrate their learning. The Microsoft Teams Playbook authors share about Canva for Edu, Buncee, Book Creator, Wakelet, and PowerPoint. Also, Jake answers listener questions about word clouds, Jamboard, and Seesaw.
Continue reading #EduDuctTape: Jenallee – Fun Projects with Canva, Buncee, Book Creator, Wakelet, and PowerPoint
Three Google Earth Education Experts, Google Innovators, & Trainers—Jeffery Heil, Jesse Lubinsky, and Donnie Piercey join me to discuss different tools and features for exposing students to different geographical areas. The guys from the Partial Credit podcast tell us about Google Earth, Google Earth Voyages, Google Earth Engine, and more!
Continue reading Google Earth and other Geo Tools with the Partial Credit Podcast Guys