Derek Larson is a elementary school teacher from Southern Utah, an #edtech enthusiast, and a fan of the House of #EdTech podcast!
Episode #26 is coming! I am still looking for you to participate in the first House of #EdTech SmackDown! Send me an audio clip of you talking about your favorite app, website, or edtech tool. Messages should be 2 min or less.
I look forward to having you be a part of the show!
Support a podcast you love! Get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial from Audible.com. There are over 150,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or other mp3 player.
Listen to Episode 22:
Links & Resources Mentioned
Derek Larson also serves as a member of the Southern Utah Educators Conference Committee and he is on the board for the Utah Coalition for Educational Technology. In April of 2014 Derek was awarded the 2014 UCET Outstanding Young Educator of the Year, an award presented to an outstanding young educator, in the first ten years of their teaching career, who demonstrates vision, innovation, action, and transformation using technology to improve teaching and learning.
- Wired Wednesday’s
- Adam Welcome – Originator of the Wired Wednesday idea
- 15 minute professional development sessions
- Technology tips, tools, recommendations
- Teacher Driven
House of #EdTech VIP
AJ Bianco – Husband, Daddy, & 6th Grade Social Studies teacher.
AJ is interested in learning more about technology so that he can integrate technology into his classroom and get his students engaged and excited to learn. He currently teaches at Benjamin Franklin Middle School (Ridgewood, NJ).
AJ is active on Twitter chats like #njed #edchat #sschat #tlap and #FlipClass
He’s also one of many minds behind EdCampNJ
Connect with AJ:
Upcoming Conferences and Events
- 20th Annual Montgomery County Community College Technology Conference
- Fri., October 24, 2014
- Conference website
- EdCampNJ – 3rd Annual
- Google Educator Certification Bootcamp
- Sat, Dec 6 & 12, 2014
Ask your questions or share your feedback
Comment on the show notes
Call (732) 903-4869 to leave a voicemail
Contact me via Voxer cnesi4602
Email firstname.lastname@example.org (audio files welcome)
Please connect with me
Thanks for listening!
Mr. Christopher J. Nesi
This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship. I may receive commissions or bonuses from your actions on such links