#EduDuctTape Twitter Chat 12.18.19

In episode 33 of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, Dr. Sheldon Eakins of the Leading Equity podcast joined me to discuss techquity, disruptive discourse and bringing culture and community into the classroom. Tech tools covered include Skype-a-Scientist, Flipgrid, Synth, Voicethread, BackChannelChat.com, Yo! Teach, Google Classroom, Padlet, Schoology, and Parlay.

Also, in the Soapbox Moment I discussed my thoughts on Flow and Motivation.

A week after the episode was released, I was joined on Twitter by an awesome crew of “Duct Tapers” who were eager to talk about the content from this episode!  Below are some of the best tweets from the chat curated by Mighty Duct David Allan!

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#EduDuctTape Mini Episode 003!

In the 3rd mini episode, I sit down to talk to . . . ugh . . . disaster.  A minor technology disaster strikes the Educational Duct Tape podcast studios and I take to the microphone to vent about it and reflect on it.

 

#EduDuctTape Episode 33!

In the 10th episode of Season 2, I talk with Dr. Sheldon Eakins of the Leading Equity Center & Leading Equity Podcast. Together, Sheldon and I discuss techquity, bringing culture, community and disruptive discourse into the classroom. Tech tools covered include Skype-a-Scientist, Flipgrid, Synth, Voicethread, BackChannelChat.com, Yo! Teach, Google Classroom, Padlet, Schoology, and Parlay.

#EduDuctTape Twitter Chat 12.4.19

In episode 32 of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, Sethi De Clercq of eduflip.net joined me to talk about effectively sharing new technology information with teachers, using video in the classroom and tools for students to create video with.  We talked about EdPuzzle, screencasting tools (Nimbus & Loom), Flipgrid, Loom, Explain Everything, Backchannel Chats and more!

Also, in the Soapbox Moment I discussed my thoughts on being sure that we are Doing Better once we Know Better.

A week after the episode was released, I was joined on Twitter by an awesome crew of “Duct Tapers” who were eager to talk about the content from this episode!  Below are some of the best tweets from the chat curated by Mighty Duct David Allan!

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#EduDuctTape Live Mini 002: Tara Martin!

For the 2nd mini-episode from the #TeachBetter1

9 Conference, I am sharing my interview with Tara Martin#BookSnaps creator and author of Be Real & Cannonball In. Tara shares about the use of BookSnaps across all content areas. She discusses using them with tech tools including SnapChat, Google Slides, Seesaw and more.

Note: For the foreseeable future, mini-episodes, recorded live and on-location at a conference or event, will come out every other Wednesday morning.

Tara Martin, BookSnaps Quote: Book Snaps are all about letting a student's real self shine through the app, the learning tool."

#EduDuctTape Episode 32!

In the 9th episode of Season 2, I talk with Sethi De Clercq of eduflip.net about effectively sharing new technology information with teachers, using video in the classroom and tools for students to create video with.  We talk about EdPuzzle, screencasting tools (Nimbus & Loom), Flipgrid, Explain Everything, Backchannel Chats and more!

Sethi De Clercq Episode Promo

 

#EduDuctTape Twitter Chat 11.20.19

In episode 31 of the Educational Duct Tape PodcastJornea Armant, Educator Innovation Lead at Flipgrid, joined me to talk about video creation tools for students under the age of 13 and connecting the entire learning community to your classroom.  Also, in the Soapbox Moment I discussed my thoughts on how we can go about moving on when a tech tool goes away.

A week after the episode was released, I was joined on Twitter by an awesome crew of “Duct Tapers” who were eager to talk about the content from this episode!  Below are some of the best tweets from the chat curated by Mighty Duct David Allan!

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#EduDuctTape Live Mini 001: Adam Welcome!

In the first #EduDuctTape episode ever recorded live, on-location at a conference, I had the honor of interviewing author, speaker and educator Adam Welcome.  Adam and I chatted about “putting yourself out there” and his favorite tech tool for getting kids creating in the classroom: iMovie on iPads.  Check it out! 

Note: For the foreseeable future, mini-episodes, recorded live and on-location at a conference or event, will come out every other Wednesday morning.

Educational Duct Tape Episode Mini001 Adam Welcome Graphic

 

 

#EduDuctTape Episode 31!

In the 8th episode of Season 2, I talk with Jornea Armant of Flipgrid about video creation tools and connecting students with the entire learning community. We discuss Flipgrid, WeVideo, Seesaw, Adobe Spark, screencasting tools and more. Also, in my Soapbox Moment, what we do when a tech tool goes away.

Jornea Armant Episode Promo

 

#EduDuctTape Twitter Chat 11.6.19

In episode 30 of the Educational Duct Tape PodcastDavid Ternent, a STEM teacher from Ohio, joined me to talk about 3D-modeling, 3D-printing, Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR).  Also, in the Soapbox Moment, I discussed my thoughts on how becoming aware of new technology tools is much like browsing through a hardware store.

A week after the episode went live, I was joined on Twitter by an awesome crew of “Duct Tapers” who were eager to talk about the content from this episode!  Below are some of the best tweets from the chat, curated by me and some of the #EduDuctTape “Mighty Ducts” volunteers.

Below, you’ll find those selected responses for each question.  As always, since Q1 was silly & fun, we’ll save that one for last.  Check it all out below!

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