The Top 5 #EduDuctTape Episodes of 2019!

The Educational Duct Tape Podcast launched on January 2nd, 2019, which makes TODAY the 1-year anniversary of the podcast.  In celebration of its first year, let’s look back at the 5 Most Played Episodes!

I’d love to hear what YOUR favorite episode was! COMMENT below!





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Jake Miller

Jake is the host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, the #EduGIF Guy, a Tech Integration Coach, speaker, Former STEM, Math & Science Teacher, and a presenter.

6 thoughts on “The Top 5 #EduDuctTape Episodes of 2019!”

  1. When it comes to PD you can implement right away in your classroom , I’d have to say the episodes with Tony Vincent and Mike Mohammad were most beneficial. Their suggestions activated student interests and allowed for creation to take center stage in order for students to display their comprehension of the content.

    1. Thanks Matt! While I think that all of the episodes are tied for my favorite 😬 – I do think that those are 2 awesome ones! Thanks for your support! – Jake

  2. I like best the episode with @Mo_physics. You made in this episode a thorough comparison between different assessment tools. It helped me with a Pd day I gave to the teachers in my school on assessment tools.
    Thank you for a wonderful year with awesome podcasts!

    1. Thanks Merav! I appreciate you listening and sharing! I’m glad that you liked that comparison between Nearpod, Pear Deck and the other similar tools: I felt like I had been putting off doing it for quite some time and had to just buckle down and get it done! – Jake

  3. You KNOW I’m a huge Stacey Roshan fan and look at that! The “second most listened to episode”! I loved how Stacey used technology as a solution to a serious time-crunch problem she had in her AP calculus class. That’s Duct Tape! I also like how the two of you point out that maybe recording a video to explain a math problem isn’t necessarily an example of creativity, but it is a stepping stone to becoming a creative person. (This makes me think of how Sonny Magana first introduces his T3 framework with a story about mastering all the Chuck Berry guitar licks before becoming an Eddie VanHalen.) This episode also lead me to Stacey’s book “Tech with Heart” which I totally loved!

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