Elementary #EdTech with @lars3eb – HoET022

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!

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Derek Larson is a 4th grade teacher Southern Utah. Derek is a graduate of both Dixie State College of Utah (BS) and Southern Utah University (M.Ed.) and he is currently pursuing his Administrative Certification, also from Southern Utah University.

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.

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Stoodle: A free, instant online classroom. Stoodle offers real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with as many pages as are needed. With Stoodle you have the ability to use both voice conferencing and text chat for collaboration. All virtual classrooms can be stored for later access. Within the whiteboard, you can upload images and use whiteboard drawing tools.
– Real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with infinite pages.
– Real-time communication through voice conferencing and text chat.
– Permanent storage of all classrooms for later access.
– Access to basic drawing tools and colors.

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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

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