Harnessing #EdTech When You’re Absent with @MrNagele – HoET091

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#EdTech Thought

  • Asking for Forgiveness rather than Permission
  • In education, you should NOT ask for forgiveness before permission.
  • Get things in writing.
  • Just because it’s ‘good for kids’ does not give you the green light to just do something.

#EdTech Recommendation

  • Echo Podcast App
    • Echo is a community of podcast listeners.
    • Listening to podcasts for most people is a solo endeavor. It’s you, your headphones and the awesome world the podcast host has created. Echo wants to add a member that that group, your friends.
    • If you want a better sense of which podcasts your friends are listening to, what recommendations they have, and a convenient place to chat about these podcasts, Echo is for you. The key feature in Echo is to echo out a podcast recommendation to your community. This tells your followers that you have listened to something that you’ve enjoyed and they should check out as well.
    • Echo is not meant as a replacement for your podcast player, they built it so that no matter what podcast player you or your friends use, you can always use Echo to showcase the best podcasts and episodes.
    • iOS and Android
    • https://echopodcasts.com/

Featured Content

Nate Nagele is a husband, father, and teacher. Nate is currently a middle school technology education teacher in the Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) system in Maryland. Nate has been teaching since 2009 and has served as a teacher, educational technology coordinator, department chair, and mentor.

Mr. Nagele loves teaching students and teachers about technology and how to use educational technology to get the most out of their classroom experience. Nate has a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University in Technology Education and a master’s degree in Educational Technology from Boise State University.

I just don't want my absence to be the reason for a lack of learning. ~ @MrNagele on @HouseofEdTech

Nate shares his insight into how teachers can utilize technology with their students when they, as the teacher, are absent. Nate’s core belief with what happens when he is absent is that his students should not be short changed on their learning because Mr. Nagele is not in the room.

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ERIC CURTS – Eric is an Authorized Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified Innovator, and has had the privilege of providing thousands of hours of training and consulting for schools and organizations all across Ohio and around the country for more than twenty years.

He works hard to provide professional development and services that are engaging, informative, practical, and accessible for all participants.
Curt is an avid blogger and his content is definitely worth reading!

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