At long last, I am finally talking about How to Podcast! This is part one of a three-part series where provide my insight on how to start podcasting. However, as Simon Sinek points out, we need to start with why.
Dr. Monica Burns provides insight on utilizing education technology when designing formative assessment.
Katie Gardner is integrating technology into her Kindergarten ESL classroom in North Carolina.
Krista Penrod is all about “embracing the freak out” and I share my Alabama adventure!
Kate Nesi, my wife, has started her own podcast, the Lifelong Learning Podcast and she shares her views on starting a podcast and lifelong learning.
Nate Nagele shares insight into how you can utilize technology with your students when you’re absent.
Derek Larson and Jen Giffen both attended ISTE 2017 in San Antonio, Texas and both are here sharing their experiences from the conference.
Brian Friedlander and Mike Marotta, two of New Jersey’s finest education minds, lead us in a conversation centered around assisitve technology.
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Listening to podcasts is an easy way to learn during Summer (and anytime really!)
Bruce Reicher, is a television production teacher from Northern New Jersey sharing his love of WeVideo.
My love of both baseball and education often had me looking for parallels between the two and this isn’t hard to do. My latest revelation came when I recently attended …
Not every classroom or school is fortunate enough to be 1:1, or even have enough computer labs or mobile carts to go around.
What do you do then?